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People across the country are facing severe heat and heatwave, especially in North India, the heat is in its scorching form. In view of these, a warning has been issued for some states, issuing an orange alert.
People across the country are facing severe heat and heatwave (heatwave), especially in North India, the heat is in its scorching form. In view of the situation, the Meteorological Department (Weater department) has issued an orange alert for Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. In the capital Delhi, people are consuming fruits and lassi to protect themselves from the heat and are leaving the house only when it is necessary. rising temperature (Maximum Temperature) is not only affecting humans, but rivers are also drying up.
The water level of Yamuna has already reduced, due to which a dry plain is visible in the middle of the river. At present, the minimum temperature in Delhi is around 25 ° C and the maximum temperature is around 44 ° C, the month of April has broken the 72-year record of heat, although the Meteorological Department says that the heat wave will continue till May 2, but On Monday and Wednesday, due to the active western disturbances, there may be a slight drop in the temperature.
The Meteorological Department has said in its bulletin that heat wave conditions are expected to continue over Delhi and adjoining areas for the next three days, while dust storm or thundershower will occur at isolated places in Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi till May 2. With the possibility of splattering. It said that for the second time in 72 years, Delhi has experienced such severe heat in April, with the monthly average maximum temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius.
temperature rise due to lack of rain
Generally, the average monthly average temperature of the city in April is 36.30 °C. Earlier in the year 2010, Delhi had recorded an average monthly maximum temperature of 40.4 degree Celsius. The national capital experienced severe heat for three days in April, as there was no light rain in time. Delhi recorded a monthly average maximum temperature of 37.30 °C in April last year, 35.30 °C in 2020 and 37.30 °C in 2019.
Most parts of Rajasthan are in the grip of scorching heat and heat wave
Most parts of Rajasthan are in the grip of scorching heat and heat wave. Dholpur here recorded the highest temperature of 46.3 degree Celsius on Saturday. At the same time, the temperature remains around 45 degrees in most parts of the state and the Meteorological Department has issued a warning of further increase in it. According to the Meteorological Center, the maximum temperature during the day on Saturday was 46.3 degrees in Dholpur, 46.0 degrees in Ganganagar, 45.7 degrees in Pilani, 45.6 degrees in Sangaria and Phalodi, 45.5 degrees in Churu, 45.2 degrees in Bikaner and 45.1 degrees in Barmer. Went.
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