Weather updates: maximum temperature, heat, and humidity will increase till May 26

In Uttarakhand the next few days, due to cloudy weather and drizzling, the maximum temperature will increase. During this time the maximum temperature of the state can be increased by three to four degrees.

According to the Meteorological Center, most areas of the state are expected to be cloudy on Tuesday. In some areas, little rain may also fall with thunder. In many areas, a few drops of rain may also fall. Despite this, the maximum temperature will increase in the next week in the state. Around May 26, the maximum temperature can be up to three to four degrees higher than normal.

On the other hand, other areas of the state including the capital Doon can remain cloudy on Tuesday. Some areas are expected to have light drizzling. Meteorological director Bikram Singh said that till May 26, there is no hope of heavy rains.

Temperature
maximum -37
min – 21

Jungle tempered due to the Weather change
In addition to the change of weather and rise of the mercury, forest fire incidents have increased in jungles. According to the statistics, 38 incidents of a fire incident in Garhwal and Kumaon areas occurred in the last 48 hours. It burned 59 hectares of forest. Time to control the fire, there is a burning sensation of a forest worker in Garhwal area.

According to officials related to forest disaster management, 329 incidents have occurred in the Garhwal area so far. The figure has reached 535 in the Kumaon region. Apart from this, 50 incidents have taken place in wildlife areas. In this way, there have been 914 incidents of total fire incidents in the forests. So far 1169.315 hectares have been damaged and forest land worth Rs. 19 lakh 54 thousand 352 has been burnt. Apart from this, a total of seven forest workers were injured during the fire. Of these, five forest workers belong to the Kumaon region.

The lowest number of events in Nainital is 218 and Uttarkashi is 10
On the other hand, on the orders of the chief forest guard, all the divisional forest officials have camped with the subordinate officers in the forests. Divisional Forest Officer of Dehradun Rajiv Dhiman told that the orders have been issued for day-night patrolling in forests along with the employees to the Rangers. If there is negligence at some level then action will be taken against the concerned.

According to Forest Disaster Management statistics, the maximum number of 218 fire incidents in Nainital and the least 10 incidents have happened in Uttarkashi district. There are 109 incidents in Almora, 109 in Bageshwar, 59 in Champawat, 118 in Dehradun, 15 in Haridwar, 48 in Pauri Garhwal, 29 in Pithoragarh, 15 in Rudraprayag, 62 in Tehri, and in Udham Singh Nagar. Read more posts…

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