Due to western disturbance in Uttar Pradesh, the rise in temperature will soon stop and there will be a cold winter. Giving information about this, the weather center said that cold wave will prevail in the state within the next 24 hours, which will increase the freezing cold.
JP Gupta, director of the Zonal Meteorological Center, said that maximum and minimum temperatures have been recorded in the state for the last few days and this has been due to the active western disturbance. He said that but soon the weather will change again.
He said that due to the disturbance, the trend of icy westerly winds had changed, due to which the temperature in most areas of the state increased. But now the effect of the disturbance will end soon and in the coming one or two days the westerly wind will show its effect and there will be a cold winter. If no disturbance is activated, the winter phase will continue.
Rainfall may occur at some places in western areas
Meanwhile, some western regions of the state received light rain or drizzle during the last 24 hours. Day temperatures were recorded in Gorakhpur, Prayagraj, Varanasi, Ayodhya and Jhansi divisions of the state. The mercury in Sultanpur recorded 28.4 degree Celsius which was 8 degree above normal.
Last night, Ballia was the coldest place in 6 Agra and Aligarh and minimum mercury went up to about 8. During the last day in the state, Jhansi and Meerut got cold and maximum mercury went down to 4.7. Whereas, Gorakhpur and Moradabad divisions recorded a significant increase in night temperatures. During this period, Banda was the coldest place in the state with a minimum temperature of 6.2 Celsius. Rainfall may occur at some places in the western parts of the state during the next 24 hours.