Weather warning: Clouds remain in the sky, it may continue to drizzle


Weather warning: Clouds remain in the sky, it may continue to drizzle

Haryana: The weather remained unstable throughout the day on Monday. Hiding between the clouds and the sun lasted until midday and later dark clouds formed, causing a slight drizzle. A decrease in maximum temperature was recorded due to cloud cover. The wind speed also remained slow. On Monday the maximum temperature was 21 degrees and the minimum temperature was eight degrees. The humidity was 45 percent and the wind speed was five kilometers. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be partial cloudiness in the next 24 hours. The weather remains dry.

The maximum temperature fell by two degrees and clouds covered the sky

On Monday the day started with the sun peeking through the clouds. The game of hide-and-seek lasted until the afternoon. Later the clouds became darker and drizzle was possible. As a result, a drop in the maximum temperature of two degrees was recorded. The weather was significantly colder. However, there was a slight increase in the minimum temperature. Nevertheless, the feeling of cold remained.

A drop in temperature is beneficial for the crop as it requires rainfall

The drop in temperature is considered beneficial for plants. The temperature has risen in the last few days. The sunshine is also shining well. The plants benefit from this. However, this time there was very little rainfall in the winter season. Farmers need good rains. If there is good rain, the plants will benefit from it.

The weather remains dry and cloudy

The meteorologist Dr. Rajesh of Pandu Pindara Agricultural Science Center said the weather was favorable for the growth of crops. A gradual increase in temperature is beneficial for crops. The temperature will also rise. On Tuesday the sky will be partly cloudy. The weather is expected to remain dry in the future.

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