The temperature of many states of North India is increasing continuously. In such a situation, people need to be careful. Many areas around it including the national capital Delhi are in the grip of a heatwave. The Meteorological Department has also issued a warning regarding this. The Meteorological Department has said that the heatwave is going to continue to wreak havoc in at least seven states for the next five days. These states include Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, etc.
Meteorological Department tweeted, “Heatwave continues for the next five days in Jammu Division, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh.” Apart from this, rain has been predicted in many states. The Meteorological Department has predicted that there is going to be heavy rain in Meghalaya on Tuesday. Apart from this, there will be rain in Arunachal Pradesh as well as Meghalaya on Wednesday. Heavy rain is predicted from April 5th to April 8th in West Bengal and Sikkim.
Strong winds will prevail over the southwest of the Bay of Bengal, with wind speeds reaching 45-55 kmph. On 9th April, It is advised to the bay of South-West Bengal and fishermen not to go to Sri Lanka coast. At the same time, on April 5 and 6, the weather in South Andaman and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal will be risky. There is a risk of damage. Here too the wind speed will be very strong. Winds will blow at a speed of 40-50 kmph.
The heatwave remains serious in many states including Delhi. Today’s minimum temperature in capital Delhi is 19 degree Celsius and the maximum temperature is 40 degrees. It is predicted the same for Wednesday. In the coming days, the temperature is guessed to rise to 42 degrees. The temperature is also increasing continuously in states like Gujarat, and Rajasthan. At the beginning of April, the temperature here has crossed 40 degrees. Coming days will experience more heat and heatwave as predicted by the metrological department.
Heat Wave Spell likely to continue over Jammu division, Himachal Pradesh, south Haryana-Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh during next 5 days. pic.twitter.com/0X0m6iUGTX— India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) April 5, 2022