Red Alert in North India, IMD warns for Heat wave in Uttar Pradesh

The beginning of May is increasing day by day. It is believed that in the coming two-three days, the heat will increase further. According to the Meteorological Department, mercury is likely to increase further in many parts of North India.

New Delhi: The beginning of May is increasing day by day. It is believed that in the coming two-three days, the heat will increase further. According to the Meteorological Department, mercury is likely to increase further in many parts of North India.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for the next two days in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Rajasthan. According to the Meteorological Department, people will get some relief from the heat only after May 29.

Rajendra Kumar Gennamani, head of the Regional Specialized Metrological Center, said that in the last 2 days in India, this year’s highest temperature has been recorded at 47.6 degrees Celsius. He said that the heatwave will start to decrease from May 28 as strong winds will start blowing in the northern parts of the country.Heatwave conditions likely to persist in Delhi

There is a possibility of rain since May 29. Also, the temperature is likely to go up to 40 ° C. The Meteorological Department has predicted that the southwest monsoon will reach the coast of Kerala between June 1 and June 5. It is expected to reach Mumbai between June 15 and June 20.

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