India: Heatwave warning issued for northwest, central, eastern parts | 10 points
The India Meteorological Department has issued a heat wave warning for several parts of India for the next 2 to 3 days. No significant changes in maximum temperature have been predicted.
- Heatwave warnings have been issued for Delhi, Haryana for June 6
- Parts of South Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and more to witness heatwave from June 5 to June 7
- The temperature is expected to fall by 2 to 3 degrees after June 8
After heavy showers for days in several parts of India, the India Meteorological Department has issued a heat wave warning for Northwest, Central and East India for the next two-three days.
While rainfall has been predicted for Assam and Meghalaya and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim during the next 5 days and over Arunachal Pradesh during the next two-three days, a heatwave warning has been issued for several parts of India.
Here’s what you need to know about the heat wave conditions in India:
– A heat wave warning has been issued for isolated parts of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and South Punjab for June 6.
– Along with this, heat wave conditions are likely to hit Chhattisgarh and Telangana as well on June 6.
– Parts of South Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and interior Odisha are likely to witness heat waves from June 5 to June 7. A heat wave warning has been issued.
– The IMD has also predicted heatwave-like conditions for Jammu and Kashmir on June 5.
– A rise in maximum temperatures by about 2 degrees Celsius is very likely over most parts of East India during the next 3 days and no significant change thereafter.
– While a heat wave warning has been issued, no significant change in maximum temperatures has been predicted over most parts of Northwest India during the next 4-5 days.
– Meanwhile, no significant change in maximum temperatures is very likely over most parts of Central India during the next 2 days.
– The temperature is expected to fall by 2 to 3 degrees after that.
-The weather department has predicted no significant change in maximum temperatures is very likely over the rest of parts of the country during the next 5 days.
– Apart from this, IMD has predicted an increase in rainfall activity likely over South Peninsular India from June 7.