Weather Today: Delhi-NCR in grip of heatwave, Sudden rise in temperature
According to IMD, heat wave conditions are going to remain in the capital Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra.
Weather Today: The temperature is continuously increasing in most of the states across the country. Be it UP-Bihar or Rajasthan-Madhya Pradesh or Gujarat-Maharashtra in North India, the heat is scorching even before the arrival of April. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), there was a severe heat wave in the capital Delhi on Wednesday, while today i.e. on March 31, a heat wave is expected. According to IMD, the weather conditions have become severe in North-West India due to prolonged drought.
According to the Meteorological Department, the heat wave is going to continue for the next 4-5 days in North-West, Central and West India. According to IMD, heat wave conditions are going to remain in the capital Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra. At the same time, heat wave conditions are likely to prevail over most parts of West Rajasthan. Let us tell you here that heat wave is declared for the plains when the maximum temperature is around 40 degree Celsius and at least 4-4.5 degree above normal. Due to slight drop in temperature on April 1 and 2, people will get relief from the scorching heat. Heat wave conditions are going to prevail over Central India and Maharashtra for the next five years.
If the data is to be believed, this is the second time after the year 1950 when the capital Delhi has experienced such severe heat in this season. The presence of an anti-cyclone on the neighboring country of Pakistan is also being told due to the scorching heat falling in the surrounding states including Rajasthan. For this reason, the outbreak of hot winds is showing in North and Central India.
According to the Meteorological Department, from March 31 to April 2, most parts of Rajasthan and West Madhya Pradesh will see a heatwave-like situation in different areas. At the same time, hot winds will blow in Ahmednagar, Solapur, Satara, Jalgaon and Marathwada of Maharashtra on Thursday and Friday. Hot winds will not blow in Mumbai for the next 5 days. Whereas, Vidarbha is witnessing scorching heat. Many districts of Odisha may be in the grip of severe heat in the coming days. The weather will remain dry here throughout the state. Warm winds will blow from the north-west. In some areas, the temperature can even touch 43 degree Celsius.
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