Chandigarh news: 45-minute storm created outcry in the tricity

Amar Ujala Network, Chandigarh

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Sun, 30 May 2021 12:31 AM IST

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The change in the weather at around ten o’clock in the night created panic. The storm had strong winds like the storm. The speed of the winds was so high that many electric poles and trees were uprooted from the root. The water tanks on the roof of many houses were blown away. The sign boards and teens placed outside the shops fell away and fell away. The entire tricity was blacked out for about an hour. During this period, heavy rains were also recorded. Due to the rain and strong thunderstorms, a significant drop in temperature was recorded.

The temperature was recorded at 21.2 degrees Celsius at 11:30 in the night, while the maximum temperature was recorded at 36.5 degrees Celsius during the day. A fall of about 15 degrees was recorded. According to experts, the wind speed was between 80-100 km / h. However, concrete information will be known on Sunday. About 30 mm of rain has been recorded in an hour. The storm stopped at around 11 o’clock. The Meteorological Department said that the storm came from Punjab, which passed through Chandigarh towards Panchkula.

Such a storm comes suddenly, there was no forecast
There was no forecast from the Meteorological Department about this storm. The Meteorological Department claims that this change in weather is sudden. There can be many reasons behind this. Primarily damp winds were coming from the southeast direction. This created an area of ​​low air pressure and was also affected by western disturbances. All these seasonal systems resulted in sudden weather changes and record rainfall with strong winds.

Lightning is eroding in tricity
After the thunderstorm and rain, the electricity of the entire tricity fell. After normal weather, electricity came in some places, but the places where the poles and transformers were uprooted, there was no electricity till late night. After the weather improved, the electricity department team went out for repairs and work was on to improve the interrupted power late in the night.

A lot of damage from the storm
By late night, information was received about the damage caused by the storm. The tank kept on the roof of many houses in Mohali and Zirakpur was uprooted. The glass of the shops broke. Many trees of Tricity were uprooted. It has been told by Chandigarh Municipal Corporation that the real damage will be known on Sunday morning. No such information has come to them yet.

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The change in the weather at around ten o’clock in the night created panic. The storm had strong winds like the storm. The speed of the winds was so high that many electric poles and trees were uprooted from the root. The water tanks on the roof of many houses were blown away. The sign boards and teens placed outside the shops fell away and fell away. The entire tricity was blacked out for about an hour. During this period, heavy rains were also recorded. Due to the rain and strong thunderstorms, the temperature dropped significantly.

The temperature was recorded at 21.2 degrees Celsius at 11:30 in the night, while the maximum temperature was recorded at 36.5 degrees Celsius during the day. A fall of about 15 degrees was recorded. According to experts, the wind speed was between 80-100 km / h. However, concrete information will be known on Sunday. About 30 mm of rain has been recorded in an hour. The storm stopped at around 11 o’clock. The Meteorological Department said that the storm came from Punjab, which passed through Chandigarh towards Panchkula.

Such a storm comes suddenly, there was no forecast

There was no forecast from the Meteorological Department about this storm. The Meteorological Department claims that this change in weather is sudden. There can be many reasons behind this. Primarily damp winds were coming from the southeast direction. This created an area of ​​low air pressure and was also affected by western disturbances. All these seasonal systems resulted in sudden weather changes and record rainfall with strong winds.

Lightning is eroding in tricity

After the thunderstorm and rain, the electricity of the entire tricity fell. After normal weather, electricity came in some places, but the places where the poles and transformers were uprooted, there was no electricity till late night. After the weather improved, the electricity department team went out for repairs and work was on to improve the interrupted power late in the night.

A lot of damage from the storm

By late night, information was received about the damage caused by the storm. The tank kept on the roof of many houses in Mohali and Zirakpur was uprooted. The glass of the shops broke. Many trees of Tricity were uprooted. It has been told by Chandigarh Municipal Corporation that the real damage will be known on Sunday morning. No such information has come to them yet.

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