-Rainy roads, cold weather, four degree difference in day and night temperatures.
– Highest rainfall in Mihona, Mau, lowest in Mehgaon and Ater
Bhind (New Dunia representative) said the rain continued for two days on Thursday. Significantly, this rain not only met the average normal rainfall quota but also exceeded 46.6 mm. But due to this rain, miminu and miminu are damaged.
The rain started on Wednesday morning and continued till Thursday morning. All the roads have become muddy due to intermittent rains. The weather there has become pleasant. Meanwhile, at two o’clock in the afternoon, it rained for a while. But then the sky got cloudy. On September 21, the district received 32.3 milliliters of rain. After that normal average rainfall quota was recorded in the district. 48.6 mm of rain was recorded on September 22. Let us know that the normal average rainfall quota in the district is 668.3 mm. But till now 716.9 mm of rain has fallen. This is 48.6 mm more than normal rainfall. For the year 2021, 793.3 mm of rain fell till September 22. 76.4 mm less than this year. Meteorologists say that the weather is likely to remain like this for a couple of days.
Highest in Mihona-mau, lowest in Mehgaon-Atar
On Wednesday-Thursday, Mihona received the highest rainfall of 65 mm and Mau 62 mm. The lowest rainfall was recorded at 30 mm in Mehgaon and 38 mm in Attar. The rains for the last two days have brought life to a standstill. At the same time, farmers were worried due to lack of rain.
The maximum temperature was reached on December 30
Heavy rain started in the city from Thursday morning. Later, the rain stopped at 9.15 am. After two o’clock in the afternoon mild sunlight came out. The maximum temperature was recorded as 30 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature was recorded on December 26. On Wednesday, the temperature on that day was recorded as December 29.
– If the rainy season ends early, the millet crop suffers more because the grain has started to appear in the hairs.
Chhote Purvanshi, Kisan Para Ather.
-Currently there is no information about damage to crops due to rain. If it rains like this in the coming days, there is a possibility of damaging the crop.
Ramsujan Sharma, Assistant Director, Department of Agriculture, Bhind.