Intermittent rain relieved the heat

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After the change in weather, the rain continued for the second day in a row. That’s why the weather stayed nice. The rain that started late Wednesday night continued until 11 a.m. Thursday. The clouds continued to rain intermittently. The district recorded an average of 40 mm of rain in 24 hours. Due to this the people who had faced the heat and humidity for many days were relieved. Forecasters say there is a chance of good rain by the end of the week.
Monsoon had called the district on June 30. Although there were clouds in the sky many times after that, but they left without rain. On Wednesday afternoon, most areas of the district received rain, which subsided after a few hours. The rain started again late at night and continued into Thursday morning. There was some good rain in several areas late in the night. That’s why the temperature also dropped. On Thursday, there was a slight increase in temperature due to the sun during the day. The maximum temperature in the district was recorded at 31 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature at 26 degrees Celsius.
Rainfall was highest in Khanpur Kalan and lowest in Rai
Khanpur Kalan received maximum rainfall in the district. 65 mm of rain was recorded here in 24 hours. While the least precipitation occurred in the Rai region. Till 8 am, only 12 mm of rain was recorded here. The area was cloudy during the day, but no rain. There was a wave of happiness among the farmers due to rain in most areas of the district. With the rains, the rice planting work also picked up pace. The cost of irrigation for the farmers was reduced due to the rain.
where it rained
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Sonipat 38 mm
Gunnaur 24 mm
Gohana 45 mm
Kharkhoda 61 mm
Khanpur Kalan 65mm
rye 12 mm
Intermittent rain continued in Sonipat for the second consecutive day. That’s why the temperature has dropped. However, people had to deal with the heat and humidity in the afternoon. There is a chance of good rain through the end of the week. Due to the rain, the temperature will also drop.
Dr. Premdeep, meteorologist
The Department of Agriculture has set itself the goal of planting rice on 90 thousand hectares of land in the district. So far, rice has been planted on more than 32 thousand hectares of land. The Kharif season crops have been greatly benefited by the continuous rains since overnight. Cotton farmers should not allow water to stagnate in the field. This rain will save the cost of irrigation for rice producing farmers. -Doctor. Anil Sehrawat, Deputy Director of Agriculture, Sonepat

After the change in weather, the rain continued for the second day in a row. That’s why the weather stayed nice. The rain that started late Wednesday night continued until 11 a.m. Thursday. The clouds continued to rain intermittently. The district recorded an average of 40 mm of rain in 24 hours. Due to this the people who had faced the heat and humidity for many days were relieved. Forecasters say there is a chance of good rain by the end of the week.

Monsoon had called the district on June 30. Although there were clouds in the sky many times after that, but they left without rain. On Wednesday afternoon, most areas of the district received rain, which subsided after a few hours. The rain started again late at night and continued into Thursday morning. There was some good rain in several areas late in the night. That’s why the temperature also dropped. On Thursday, there was a slight increase in temperature due to the sun during the day. The maximum temperature in the district was recorded at 31 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature at 26 degrees Celsius.

Rainfall was highest in Khanpur Kalan and lowest in Rai

Khanpur Kalan received maximum rainfall in the district. 65 mm of rain was recorded here in 24 hours. While the least precipitation occurred in the Rai region. Till 8 am, only 12 mm of rain was recorded here. The area was cloudy during the day, but no rain. There was a wave of happiness among the farmers due to rain in most areas of the district. With the rains, the rice planting work also picked up pace. The cost of irrigation for the farmers was reduced due to the rain.

where it rained

block the rain

Sonipat 38 mm

Gunnaur 24 mm

Gohana 45 mm

Kharkhoda 61 mm

Khanpur Kalan 65mm

rye 12 mm

Intermittent rain continued in Sonipat for the second consecutive day. That’s why the temperature has dropped. However, people had to deal with the heat and humidity in the afternoon. There is a chance of good rain through the end of the week. Due to the rain, the temperature will also drop.

Dr. Premdeep, meteorologist

The Department of Agriculture has set itself the goal of planting rice on 90 thousand hectares of land in the district. So far, rice has been planted on more than 32 thousand hectares of land. The Kharif season crops have been greatly benefited by the continuous rains since overnight. Cotton farmers should not allow water to stagnate in the field. This rain will save the cost of irrigation for rice producing farmers. -Doctor. Anil Sehrawat, Deputy Director of Agriculture, Sonepat

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