Meteorological department has issued yellow alert for 21 districts of Punjab


The latest weather alert has been issued by the Meteorological Department. According to the information, on March 1, the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for 21 districts of Punjab.

According to the issued alert, rain with thunder and lightning may occur in these districts. The department has predicted rain on March 2 and 3 as well.

According to the Meteorological Department, a new Western Disturbance is becoming active in Punjab on February 29. This will also worsen the weather condition.

On the other hand, although the minimum temperature of Punjab has increased by 0.8 degrees on Monday, the temperature of four cities including Amritsar is still below normal. Pathankot and Gurdaspur were the coldest with 5.1 degrees. The department has predicted dry weather for the next three days.

The minimum temperature in Amritsar was 6.0 degrees (2.3 degrees below normal), Ludhiana 9.1 degrees (0.9 degrees below normal), Patiala 9.0 degrees (2.1 degrees below normal), Bathinda 9.4 degrees (0.1 degrees below normal). degrees less), SBS Nagar recorded 7.8 degrees, Barnala 8.2 degrees and Jalandhar 7.0 degrees.

Punjab recorded an increase of 0.7 degree in maximum temperature, but it is still close to normal. The highest temperature of Samrala was 26.5 degrees. Amritsar recorded 19.9 degrees (3.5 degrees below normal), Ludhiana 24.2, Patiala 24.5, Pathankot 22.9, Bathinda 23.6 degrees (0.5 degrees below normal), SBS Nagar 24.0 and Jalandhar 23.2 degrees Celsius. .