Weather Update: Heat in many areas of UP, rise in temperature in these states | IMD Weather Update- Watch Video

Publish Date: 21 Feb, 2023 |

Weather Update Today: In the districts of Kanpur, Lucknow, Fatehpur, Ayodhya, Chitrakoot, Varanasi, Prayagraj, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Moradabad, Meerut, Agra etc., strong sunlight has increased the temperature during the day. At the same time, due to the cold wind blowing at night, the weather is taking a rapid turn. The summer heat in Kanpur has broken the record of 50 years. The mercury in Kanpur is 32 degrees whereas in Agra the temperature has reached 34 degrees.

The heat in Kanpur broke fifty years old record on Monday. For the first time since 1972, on February 20, the maximum temperature was recorded at 32 degree Celsius. Meteorologists are now predicting a continuous increase in heat.

Threat to Wheat Crop in the state

Due to this, a big threat has arisen to the wheat crop. The continuously increasing temperature since the whole week destroyed all the records on Monday. The Meteorological Department's instruments installed in the Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology located in the city recorded a maximum temperature of 32 degrees, which is more than 30 degrees a day earlier. The maximum temperature on Monday was 8.6 degrees above normal.

The minimum temperature of 12.2 is also 2.8 degrees above normal. The temperature has also been up to 20 degrees at night. CSA meteorologist Dr. SN Sunil Pandey said that in the records of the university, on February 20, this much heat was recorded in 1972. Its opposite effect will now be on the wheat crop. The wheat sown early can survive, but the possibility of damage to the late wheat crop has increased. This time the month of January has become the coldest and February has become the hottest. This ups and downs of the weather is having a bad effect on the crops.


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