This week, there will be extreme heat in these states
This week, there will be extreme heat in these states

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast a further increase in warm weather in major parts of the country in the next five days, including in parts of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra. In the northwest region, an “Orange” weather alert has been issued, and temperatures are expected to rise by two degrees over the next few days.

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According to the IMD‘s forecast released on Thursday, heatwave conditions will continue over northwest and central India for the next five days, and over east India for the next three days.

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Meteorological Department forecasts a two-degree Celsius temperature increase over most parts of Northwest India over the next two days and that the temperature won’t fluctuate much thereafter. For the next four days, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Vidarbha in Maharashtra are under Orange alert status. Several parts of northwestern India are expected to reach 47 degrees Celsius due to high mercury.

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“To the end of April, the temperature will be 45 degrees Celsius in parts of North India like Churu, Barmer, Bikaner, and Sri Ganganagar, and 45-46 degrees Celsius in the plains of Rajasthan.” said independent meteorologist Navdeep Dahiya. According to the IMD, vulnerable people, including infants, the elderly, and those with chronic diseases, could suffer moderate health concerns during the heatwave.

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