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There may be rain in Kashi today and tomorrow: Mercury did not climb even after blooming strong sunlight; Temporament came at 25 ° C

There may be rain in Kashi today and tomorrow: Mercury did not climb even after blooming strong sunlight; Temporament came at 25 ° C

After two days of drizzle in Varanasi, very strong sunlight has blossomed today. However, Purva has been going on since last night on Friday. This wind is giving a very cool feeling. The speed is also 13 kilometers per hour. Due to this, the temperature of Varanasi was recorded at 28.6 ° C this morning. The Department of Excise Science has predicted rain today and tomorrow. There may be good rainfall with thunderstorms. Even after that light rain may continue till 26 July. At the same time, the series of clouds and strong winds can remain throughout July. However, the maximum temperature of Varanasi was recorded at 33.2 ° C and the minimum temperature of 25.6 ° C. It has been seen for two days that the weather is getting very cold at night. People are sleeping after closing the fan, she is sleeping covered and thin blankets. Namikashi Hindu University coming from Bangal, ie BHU meteorologist Professor Manoj Kumar Srivastava says that it can be estimated by looking at the monsoon conditions that it can be estimated that it may rain in Varanasi even today . The moist air is constantly coming to Varanasi from the Bay of Bengal. The air moisture remains up to 97%. All this is a sign of rain. He said that the monsoon of July this year was very impractical. In July, it did not rain for a week even this time against the average of 12.5 days of rain. Varanasi has not yet rained 120 mm across July. Whereas, till now 200 mm was to be rained. Air pollution 65 points Parvaranasi's AQI i.e. Air Quality Index is at 65 points today. Today, Varanasi's most polred area was the orderly market. The AQI 74 points were recorded here. Apart from this, 64 marks in BHELpur and 57 marks in BHU. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 2:11 am
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