Lucknow:The effect of change in the weather of Uttar Pradesh is clearly visible. After the rains on the day of Holi, the softening in temperature now seems to be ending under the influence of strong sunlight. Before Holi, the temperature in almost entire UP was around 32 to 33 degree Celsius. The temperature is expected to reach that level in this week itself. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of severe heat and heat wave this year. The sound of scorching heat in May-June has started meeting the scorching sun in March. Preparations are being started by the Meteorological Department to deal with the danger of heat wave. At the same time, the weather has started showing harshness from Lucknow to Noida.
In the capital Lucknow, the effect of strong sunlight is visible since morning on Saturday. Due to the effect of winds in the night, the pollution level has come down considerably. AQI 48 of the capital Lucknow was recorded at 8 am. Whereas, due to the effect of dew, the weather felt soft in the morning. There is a possibility of increasing humidity as the day progresses. The maximum temperature during the day is expected to reach 32 degree Celsius. At the same time, the minimum temperature can be 18 degree Celsius.
Winds stopped in Noida-Ghaziabad
Winds have stopped in Noida and Ghaziabad. Due to this the temperature has increased. Along with this, the level of pollution has also started increasing. After Holi, there was a drop in the temperature following the change in the weather pattern. Now it seems to be increasing again. AQI 152 was recorded in Noida at 8 am on Saturday. At the same time, the maximum temperature in the city is expected to be 31 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature is expected to be 17 degree Celsius.
The AQI has reached 147 in Ghaziabad. There is a possibility of an increase in the pollution level amid the calm winds. At the same time, the maximum temperature in the city on Saturday can be 31 degrees. The minimum temperature is expected to be 16 degree Celsius.