Today's weather 12 June: Fire will rain from the sky for the next 6 days! Know what will be the weather across the country, know the weather update

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: These days, most of the states across the country including Delhi-NCR are experiencing severe heat. According to the Meteorological Department, on Tuesday, the mercury was recorded above 40 degrees in most parts of North India. The maximum temperature in Narela, Delhi and Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh was 47.1 degrees Celsius. According to the Meteorological Department, the effect of heat wave is going to be seen once again in Delhi-NCR. According to the data released by IMD, the effect of heat wave can be seen between June 12 and June 17 and the mercury will cross 45 degrees. Doctors advise not to go out of the house at all during the heat wave and drink as much water as possible so that you do not fall victim to dehydration.

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The effect of heat wave will start again in Delhi

According to the Meteorological Department, the sky is likely to be cloudy in Delhi on June 12 and the mercury may cross 44 degrees. The mercury is likely to reach more than 45 degrees on June 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has not yet shown the effect of any kind of cloud cover or rain or strong storm. It is clear from this that the people of NCR may once again have to face severe and severe heat and due to the heat waves, people will also have to face health related problems.

The sun is spewing fire in Noida

Heat has wreaked havoc across the country. Before the arrival of monsoon, this scorching heat has made life difficult for people. The temperature is breaking all records. The heat is so intense that hospitals are witnessing a huge increase in the number of sick patients due to heat wave. The situation has become so dire that a water crisis has arisen. The situation is even more dire in the NCR region. People are also in bad condition due to heat in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, adjacent to Delhi. The situation has become so bad that the administration has had to issue an advisory. The mercury in Noida has crossed 46 degrees. CMS Renu Agarwal of Noida District Hospital has appealed to the people that first of all you should not go out of the house unless there is some work. Still, if anyone is facing any kind of problem due to this scorching heat, then he should reach the district hospital, here he will get complete treatment.

Prayagraj in UP has the highest temperature

Meanwhile, Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh recorded the highest temperature in the state at 47.1 degrees Celsius. Varanasi recorded a maximum temperature of 45.3 degrees, Baghpat and Fursatganj at 45.2 degrees Celsius, Fatehpur at 45 degrees and state capital Lucknow at 44.7 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, Agra received light rain.

Government schools will remain closed in Bihar till June 15 due to severe heat

Amid scorching heat in Bihar, the state education department on Monday ordered all government schools to remain closed till June 15. “In view of the scorching heat in the state and the warning issued by the IMD, the department has ordered all government schools to remain closed from June 11 to 15. Since the schools will remain closed, holidays will also be declared for teachers till June 15,” the education department order said. The weather department said the state will experience “scorching heat” for the next three to four days and a 'red alert' has been issued for northern and southern regions till June 14.

Rajasthan is in a bad condition due to heat

Heat wave continued in many places of Rajasthan and maximum temperature increased by one to two degrees Celsius. On Tuesday, Churu was the hottest place in the state with a maximum temperature of 45.6 degrees Celsius. An official of Jaipur Meteorological Center said that on Tuesday the maximum temperature in Churu was 45.6 degrees Celsius, 45.1 degrees in Sriganganagar, 44.8 degrees in Fatehpur and Bikaner, 44.7 degrees in Pilani, 44.3 degrees in Sangaria, 44 degrees in Barmer, 43.5 degrees in Jaipur, Alwar and Jaisalmer and 42.8 degrees Celsius in Jodhpur and Jalore. He said that the minimum temperature was recorded between 25 degrees and 32 degrees in most places of the state. According to him, light rain also occurred at some places on Tuesday.

It's raining in Jammu and Himachal!

The Meteorological Department said that the maximum temperature in Jammu was recorded at 43 degrees Celsius, which is four degrees more than normal in this season. On the other hand, the weather remained dry in Himachal Pradesh and Neri in Hamirpur district was the hottest place in the state with 44.8 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in Una was 42.8 degrees, Dhaula Kuan 42.6 degrees, Hamirpur 40.8 degrees and Sundernagar 40 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Center in Himachal Pradesh has predicted dry weather in the lower and middle mountain areas on June 12 and 13 and rain at some places in the high mountain areas from June 12 to 14.

Temperatures in Haryana and Punjab have crossed 45 degrees

The maximum temperature in Haryana's Nuh was recorded at 45.9 degrees Celsius and Hisar at 44.8 degrees Celsius. In Punjab, Ambala recorded a maximum temperature of 44.1 degrees Celsius and Karnal recorded a maximum temperature of 42.6 degrees Celsius. Chandigarh, the common capital of both the states, also experienced severe heat and the maximum temperature here was recorded at 43.9 degrees Celsius.

(With agency inputs)

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