Doon receives hail with rain, weather to be normal today
After days of mercury settling above normal temperature in Dehradun, citizens in Dehradun experienced some relief on Monday. With spell of heavy rain accompanied with hail in some parts of the city along with thunder in some parts of Dehradun, there was a marked decrease in the temperature in Dehradun. As clouds gathered, the early daytime turned as dark as evening. With the fall in temperature, citizens could be seen once again bringing out warm clothing. However, the State Meteorological Centre has predicted that weather will be back to normal from Tuesday.
Director of the state meteorological centre Bikram Singh said, “From Tuesday, the weather will be back to normal in Uttarakhand.” According to the meteorological department’s prediction maximum temperature in Dehradun will be one degree down than the temperature on Monday that is- 32° C while the minimum temperature will be 16° C on Tuesday. In other parts of Uttarakhand, dry weather is likely to prevail, with Mukteshwar departing one degree from normal.
When asked about how the weather will be on the day of polling for the Lok Sabha elections on April 11 he said, “Weather will be clear on the polling date in Uttarakhand. In some areas partly cloudy skies could be experienced but temperature will vary between 32° C to 34° C.”
Meanwhile on Monday, the maximum and minimum temperatures recorded in places across the state were 29 degrees Celsius and 20 degrees Celsius respectively in Dehradun, 31.8 degrees Celsius and 20.5 degrees Celsius in Pantnagar, 20 degrees Celsius and 9.5 degrees Celsius in Mukteshwar and 19 and 11.3 degrees Celsius respectively in New Tehri.
Tuesday, 09 April 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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