UP-Bihar recieves rainfall before monsoon season, know the reason behind

Jun 04 2021 05:23 PM
UP-Bihar recieves rainfall before monsoon season, know the reason behind

Patna: These days, different parts of the country are seeing a unique weather forecast. The monsoon has started from Kerala, but still many parts of the country are receiving rain due to various reasons, which has nothing to do with the monsoon. For example, rain and strong winds lashed several areas including Uttar Pradesh's capital Lucknow on Thursday.

According to the Met department, the rain was caused by the winds. In fact, a cyclonic system was built in some parts of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday, and when the winds from the Bay of Bengal met it, it became a rainy season. Kuldeep Srivastava, director of the Delhi Regional Meteorological Department, says, "This kind of system is ready in the late May and several days of June. At this time the temperature remains 40 or above and when humidity and any other system is active with it, it causes rain.''

Rain likely to occur in many areas up to eastern states like Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh due to heavy winds will continue in the coming days. There are strong winds as well as lightning. Rain conditions are also prevailing in many northern states like Punjab, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir these days.

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