Temperature likely to drop because of rainfall
Rainfall brings back cold waves in Rajasthan.
Rainfall in the nearby regions and cities is likely to bring a drop in the temperature once again. The regular rise and fall in temperature is proving bad for health. People are falling sick and there has been an increase of moyla insect (seasonal insect) in the atmosphere making it all the more difficult for the people to drive and walk both.
Uttar Pradesh and some areas of Rajasthan experienced light rainfall which has given rise to the possibilities of weather getting colder again. On Wednesday the minimum temperature recorded was 14.2 with maximum being 28 degrees. This slight heat invited the moyla insect forcing two-wheeler riders to stop on the way every now and then to clear the insects from eyes, nose and ears. Public needs to stay alert because the sudden rise and fall in temperature has negative effect on health.