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Days of cool respite to end, mercury set to rise again

Dehradun: After witnessing pleasant weather conditions due to rain and thunderstorms during the past week, the temperature levels are expected to rise once again in Uttarakhand in the first week of June, according to the Met officials. 
Throughout last week, mercury in most places settled substantially below normal due to rain and thunderstorm activity. In fact, the maximum temperature in Dehradun dropped below 30 degrees Celsius. 
However, the temperature levels have once again started rising across the state, and with no rain in sight for the next 8-10 days, the maximum temperatures are likely to surge further and might breach the 40-degees Celsius mark in the plains of  Uttarakhand.
"Dry weather will prevail in the hill state during the first 10-days of June. As a result, both hills and plains will witness a rise in the temperatures. 
Plains will see temperatures ranging between 38-40 degree Celsius, while the hills would also witness warm conditions," said Bikram Singh, director, regional meteorological centre.
On Tuesday, the maximum temperature in Dehradun was recorded at 37.9 degrees Celsius, almost two notches above normal. In Pantnagar, the day temperature settled at 37.6 degrees Celsius.
The hills too are witnessing a rise in mercury. Mukteshwar recorded the maximum temperature at 25.1 degrees Celsius, one notch above normal. In the hill town of Almora, the mercury crossed the 30-degree Celsius mark on Tuesday.

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