In Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur including nearby cities, there will be rain again for the next three days. There may be light rain at some places. According to the Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology (CSA) Meteorological Department, the phase of dry winds has started but the effect of western disturbance will remain in Kanpur, Bundelkhand and adjoining districts.
Due to this, the departure of monsoon has been postponed for the next few days. Whereas last year the monsoon had left only on 18 September. The humidity and heat increased due to the sunshine between the clouds till the afternoon of Monday, while in the evening some parts of Kanpur also received drizzle.
The maximum mercury rose by one degree Celsius to 32.4 and the minimum recorded a slight increase of 24 degrees Celsius. Whereas with an increase of 7 per cent in the moisture content in the air, the humidity during the day stood at 91 per cent.
Dr. SN Pandey, head of meteorological department of Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology (CSA), said that the northwest and adjoining west central remains on the Bay of Bengal. Under its influence, a low pressure area is likely to develop by September 20.
Monsoon withdrawal cycle also started
According to meteorologist Dr. SN Pandey, the cycle of withdrawal of monsoon has also started. Due to cyclonic winds, dry winds have started blowing up to Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi, Gujarat and West Uttar Pradesh.
According to Dr. Pandey, when there is no rain in an area for several days and dry winds start blowing there, then the monsoon is considered to be a sign of withdrawal. After the next two days of rain, dry winds will start blowing in the surrounding areas including Kanpur.