Weather Alert: Temperature above normal in many parts of India, Why?
The temperature in the areas around Delhi and northwest India is five to six degrees Celsius above normal. This temperature trend is likely to continue even further.
New Delhi: The Additional Director General (ADG) of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Friday that temperatures in northwest and eastern India remained above normal. ADG Anand Sharma told the media that Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and West Central.
The temperature in the state is above normal. He said that the temperature in Delhi was eight degrees Celsius above normal on Thursday, where the maximum temperature reached 33.2 degrees Celsius.
Sudden increase in Temperature in Delhi:
The temperature in the areas around Delhi and northwest India is five to six degrees Celsius above normal. This temperature trend is likely to continue even further. He said that due to western disturbance, there is likely to be a slight decrease in temperature in the region on March 1 and 2. Indeed, a sudden rise in temperature has occurred due to a decrease in western disturbances. After its return, there will be some relief from the outbreak of heat.
Why the heat suddenly increased?
According to the Meteorological Department, this year the Western Disturbance occurred only 1 time, due to which rain fell on 3-4 February. Because of this, hot winds continued to reach North and East India, including Delhi, without interruption. This is the reason that this is the first time since 2006 when the maximum temperature has crossed 30 degrees before 15 February. This has increased the heat of heat.
Talking about the temperature, the country has started feeling the heat in February itself. So far in February, the average minimum temperature for the past 27 days has been recorded at 27.7 degrees. This is 3.8 degrees above the normal average temperature. At the same time, the minimum temperature is also towards making records. It was the second warmest month of February in history.