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Weather Update: Weather changed, rain brought relief in Haryana-Rajasthan, now it will rain in these states too!

The rain brought relief from the heat

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Due to western disturbances, people got relief from the heat due to rain in South Haryana and East Rajasthan on Sunday afternoon. According to IMD scientist RK Jenamani, there is no possibility of heat wave in most parts of the country for the next five days.

The latest condition of Western Disturbance has caused heat wave in North-Western India (North West India) has given a lot of relief on Sunday. This information India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday. Due to Western Disturbance, rain in South Haryana and East Rajasthan on Sunday afternoon (RainDue to this, people have got relief from the heat. According to IMD scientist RK Jenamani, there is no possibility of heat wave in most parts of the country for the next five days. However, scorching heat is expected to continue over central India and western Rajasthan.

There is no possibility of heat wave conditions in any part of the country for the next four days, except some parts of West Rajasthan and Vidarbha in Maharashtra, Jenamani said. The Met Office said that there is a possibility of light rain with dust storm, thunderstorm and wind speed reaching 50 kmph is very likely over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan during the next three days. Along with this, there is a possibility of heat wave in some parts of Vidarbha, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and West Rajasthan.

severe heat wave in western rajasthan

Parts of western Rajasthan also witnessed severe heatwave on Sunday with mercury at 47.1 degrees Celsius in Bikaner, 46.9 degrees Celsius in Ganganagar, 46.8 degrees Celsius in Barmer and 46.6 degrees Celsius in Phalodi. Bramhapuri (46.2°C) and Chandrapur (46°C) in Maharashtra’s Vidarbha region, and Nagaon (45.5°C), Rajgarh (45.4°C) and Khajuraho (45.4°C) also faced scorching heat.

“The maximum temperature is likely to drop by three to four degrees Celsius in a day or two in many parts of Northwest India,” the IMD said in a statement. Northwest and central India experienced the warmest April in 122 years due to less rainfall due to a weak Western Disturbance, with average maximum temperatures of 35.9 degrees Celsius and 37.78 degrees Celsius, respectively. The highest ever temperature was recorded in the month of April at many places in the country, as the mercury reached 46-47 degree Celsius under the influence of scorching heat.

Record of the month of April broken in UP’s Banda

April’s record high temperature of 47.4 degrees Celsius was recorded in Banda in eastern Uttar Pradesh on Friday. On Friday, the highest temperatures of April were recorded in Prayagraj, Jhansi and Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh, Gurugram in Haryana and Satna in Madhya Pradesh at 46.8 °C, 46.2 °C, 45.1 °C, 45.9 °C and 45.3 °C, respectively. it was done.

Delhi recorded the highest maximum temperature of April in 12 years on Thursday and Friday with 43.5 degree Celsius. The maximum temperature was recorded at 47.1 degrees Celsius at the Sports Complex weather station in Delhi on Saturday. Electricity demand in India reached an all-time high of 207.11 GW on Friday amid scorching heat.

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