New Delhi: Many parts of India are reeling from severe
According to the IMD, a heat wave is expected to continue over these regions for the next four to five days. The meteorological agency said on Tuesday that the rise in maximum temperatures of around two degrees Celsius is likely in many parts of northwestern India over the next three days.
Meanwhile, there will most likely be no significant change in maximum temperatures across the rest of the country over the next five days. for the next 5 days.” The heatwave is also expected to tighten its grip on Delhi. According to the meteorological agency, there will be no relief from the heatwave for people living in Delhi for at least six days.
The IMD has also predicted heat waves to severe heatwave conditions in parts of Uttar Pradesh and eastern Rajasthan and in isolated pockets south of Haryana-Delhi over the past four to five next days. Heat wave conditions are also expected in isolated pockets over Madhya Pradesh, Jammu division and Himachal Pradesh over the next few days.
IMD in a statement said: “Heat wave conditions in isolated pockets over Madhya Pradesh, Jammu Division and Himachal Pradesh over the next 5 days; over Vidarbha of 05-07 April; over Gujarat State, North Madhya Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bihar on 05 & 06 April 2022.”
Meanwhile, low pressure is likely to form over the southeast Bay of Bengal around April 7. According to the MeT department, under the influence of strong southwesterly winds from the Bay of Bengal to the northeast states at lower tropospheric levels, fairly widespread to widespread
Meanwhile, isolated to scattered light rainfall is forecast over Kerala-Mahe, Tamilnadu, Pondicherry-Karaikal and the southern coast and interior of Karnataka. An upper cyclonic circulation is likely to form over the southern Andaman Sea and its vicinity on April 6th. Anglers are advised not to venture into these areas during this time.