Even in The Month of Jeth, Mild Cold is Causing Headache For People, Considering The Weather, Kedarnath Yatra Had To Be Postponed
In this article, we will discuss the types of fog seen in Delhi-NCR in May, the change in weather and the forecast of the Meteorological Department for the coming days. We will also cover Yellow Alert for Himachal Pradesh due to thunderstorm and lightning and postponement of Kedarnath Yatra in Uttarakhand.
Why is the weather changing again and again?
The possibility of a cyclone in the Bay of Bengal and a Western Disturbance are behind the current weather conditions in North India. Due to these two weather systems, the weather is changing again and again. Due to which there has been light rain, thunderstorm, lightning and even snowfall in some areas.
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Scattered rain and thundershowers in the coming days
The Meteorological Department has predicted. That the sky will be cloudy and there will be light rain for the next three-four days in the whole of North India. Meanwhile, a yellow alert has been issued for thunderstorm and lightning in the plains of Himachal Pradesh till Friday. The department has also predicted heavy rains in several Himalayan regions including Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh.
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Kedarnath Yatra Postpond Due to Snowfall
The recent snowfall in Kedarnath has forced the authorities to postpone the Char Dham pilgrimage for the time being. The Meteorological Department has predicted similar weather till May 4 for the rest of the Himalayan temples located in Uttarakhand. Specially the pilgrims going to Kedarnath are being advised. that where they are. Stay there and wait for further announcements.
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avoid sea travel
The Meteorological Department has issued a summer storm alert with an indication of conditions responsible for a cyclonic storm around May 9. As an advisory, people living along the seashore have been advised not to venture into the sea from May 7. However, it is not known when the storm will come.
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impact on agriculture and economy
The changing weather phenomena in North India can have a profound impact on the agriculture and economy of the region. Heavy rains and floods can damage crops. While there may be power failure due to storm and lightning. And transportation may be hindered. The government and concerned authorities should closely monitor the situation and take appropriate measures to minimize possible losses.
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