In many parts of North-West India, the heat is intensifying day by day. The heat of May-June has already begun to be felt in April. India’s north is experiencing an increase in temperature. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the next couple of days will be heavy in Delhi-NCR. There will actually be an increase in temperature, as well as the effects of the heatwave lasting longer.
In April, the India Meteorological Department predicts that there is a possibility of more severe heat and heatwaves in Northwest India and adjoining areas of Central India. Northwest India and areas adjacent to Central India will have temperatures above average, according to the Meteorological Department. It will start from Gujarat, and Rajasthan, and head eastward to Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
According to the Meteorological Department, for the next three days, the heatwave will continue in northern parts of Gujarat as well as Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, South Punjab, and South Haryana, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, and Jharkhand. Over the next five days, heatwave conditions will continue in some parts of Himachal Pradesh.
MD predicted that the severe heatwave conditions will be significantly worse in April as opposed to March, and they are expected to last into April 15 in some areas. Specifically, the Meteorological Department said the current wave of severe heat started primarily over western Rajasthan and adjoining areas of Gujarat and west Madhya Pradesh on March 27.
In the last 122 years, this year’s March is the hottest in India. We can inform you that in the plains, severe heat is declared when temperatures exceed 40 °C and the minimum temperature is 4.5 °C above normal.
Many areas are likely to experience rain today. Andaman and Nicobar will experience rain today. Skymet Weather predicts rain in Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim, and others. It may rain simultaneously in Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, and Kerala. There will still be heatwaves in states like Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu, and Uttar Pradesh.