The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a “severe heatwave” warning for the national capital. The temperature in Delhi remains constant between 40-46 degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department has said in its release that on May 14 and 15, heatwave can reach severe levels in isolated areas in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi. At the same time, on May 14, the condition of heatwave will continue in some different parts of Uttar Pradesh. Speaking with ANI, IMD’s Director General of Meteorology Mrityunjay Mohapatra said, the temperature is “much higher than normal these days”.
He told ANI that severe heat wave is prevailing in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Vidarbha. The temperature is in the range of 40-46 degree Celsius, which is above normal temperature” Mohapatra said that the heat wave will continue today and tomorrow and will gradually subside from May 16 onwards due to a Western Disturbance over Northwest India on the night of May 15. The Meteorological Department has issued a “yellow” alert on Sunday to alert people about the scorching heat.
On behalf of the Meteorological Department, it has been said that there is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in the plains of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand as well as in the plains of North India. After this the temperature will decrease and the heat wave can be seen. is.
Let us inform that with light rain due to a weak Western Disturbance, the month of April this year was the hottest in Delhi for the second time since 1951. The monthly average maximum temperature during this period was 40.2 °C. Due to heat wave at the end of the month, the mercury reached 46 and 47 degree Celsius in many parts of the city.
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