Red alert of heat wave in Delhi… scorching from UP to Rajasthan, when will monsoon bring relief?

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi : Delhi has been experiencing severe heat for the past one week. Apart from Delhi, the heat wave is also being seen in Haryana, Punjab and UP. The heat in the capital is such that the mercury is being recorded three to four degrees Celsius higher than normal. The Meteorological Department has also issued a red alert regarding heat wave in Delhi from 24 to 26 May. The Meteorological Department says that the heat wave situation will continue in Delhi and surrounding areas. The mercury in the capital can reach 46 degrees Celsius. On the other hand, it is also raining in the South Indian states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. An update has also been issued by the Meteorological Department regarding monsoon.

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What will the weather be like in the future?

The Meteorological Department says that heat wave conditions will persist in Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha till May 27. Heat wave is expected in Gujarat from 23rd to 27th May, in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra from 23rd to 25th May and in Punjab from 23rd May. Heat wave is expected to continue in Eastern UP from May 25 to May 27. Severe heat wave will prevail in many areas of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and some areas of Chandigarh from May 23 to May 27. Mild to severe heat wave is expected in western Uttar Pradesh on 26th and 27th May and heat wave is expected in some areas of Delhi from 24th to 27th May. Nights will also be hot in Rajasthan, Delhi, Punjab and Chandigarh.

What is the monsoon situation?

Seeing the heat in Delhi-NCR, Delhiites are now waiting for the monsoon. The Meteorological Department says that monsoon is expected to reach Kerala on June 1. Whereas in Delhi we will have to wait for monsoon. According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon will reach Delhi by July 2. According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon may reach Bihar by June 16, West Bengal by June 13 and UP by June 29. Average rainfall in monsoon this year. This time La Nina is being said to be the reason behind above average rainfall.

Severe heat in Rajasthan

The whole of Rajasthan is in the grip of severe heat these days. The maximum temperature in the state is being recorded up to five degrees Celsius above normal. The Meteorological Department has issued a 'red alert' i.e. a warning of severe heat in many districts. The heat in the state can be gauged from the fact that in the last 24 hours, the minimum temperature in Phalodi was recorded at 34.6 degrees Celsius. Apart from this, the minimum temperature in Jalore was 34.2 degrees Celsius, Kota 33.6 degrees Celsius, Jaisalmer 33.3 degrees Celsius, Dungarpur 33.5 degrees Celsius, Jaipur and Barmer 32.2 degrees Celsius and Bhilwara 31.7 degrees Celsius. According to the Meteorological Center, the people of the state are not expected to get immediate relief from this scorching heat. According to this, the maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to increase by 2-3 degrees Celsius in the next 72 hours.

West Bengal: There will be rain due to cyclone

The storm developing in the Bay of Bengal is likely to turn into a severe cyclone and reach the coast of West Bengal and adjoining Bangladesh on May 26. The Meteorological Department gave this information on Thursday. Due to the cyclone, heavy rains are expected in many areas of the coastal districts of West Bengal, North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas and East Midnapore, while light to moderate rains are expected in some areas.
The Meteorological Department said that the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal may turn into a deep depression on Friday and then into a cyclone in the east-central Bay of Bengal the next day. The Meteorological Department said that after this, by Sunday evening, it will reach the coast of Bangladesh and adjoining West Bengal as a severe cyclone.

Heavy rain continues in Kerala

Heavy rains continued in many parts of Kerala on Thursday as well. Due to this, waterlogging problem arose in major cities including Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Thrissur. The India Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert in nine districts of the state today in view of heavy rains.
Official sources said that flights from Kozhikode International Airport have been delayed due to heavy rains. The IMD has issued an orange alert in Alappuzha, Kottayam, Ernakulam, Idukki, Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode and Wayanad districts of the state.

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