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This photo is of Ram Nagari Ayodhya. There are light clouds in the sky.
The Meteorological Department’s claim was once again proved wrong. Since August 17, this time also, there has been no rain in the districts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. The department had claimed that most districts of eastern Uttar Pradesh would receive heavy rains from August 17, but it did not happen. According to the department, once again the weather has weakened in East Uttar Pradesh. Due to lack of rain, drought has knocked in many districts of Ayodhya and Devipatan mandals of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Farmers are seen to be the most worried amidst the sound of drought.
weather Department August 17 good rain from expressed was likely
From August 12 to August 15, strong easterly winds prevailed in 12 districts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. In view of this, the Meteorological Department had predicted good rains in 12 adjoining districts including Ayodhya and Devipatan divisions from August 17, but from August 16, there was a sudden change in the weather. The wind speed also slowed down. And the clouds also disappeared from the sky. That is, the weather has cleared completely. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain from the Meteorological Department once again proved wrong.
This new ghat belongs to Ayodhya, in the morning the sky is sunny.
dried sound of troubled farmers
The districts of Ayodhya and Devipatan division of eastern Uttar Pradesh have received 40% rain. Which is much less rain than normal. The average normal in the districts should be 568.6. So far it has rained 198 mm. Due to less rain, drought has knocked in these districts. The farmers seem to be most worried about this.
Chance of rain in 24 hours
According to Dr. Amarnath Mishra, scientist of the Meteorological Department of Acharya Narendra Dev Agricultural Technological University, there is a possibility of light rain in some areas of some districts of eastern Uttar Pradesh in the next 24 hours. There will be light clouds in the sky along with winds with a speed of 10 to 15 kilometers per hour.