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IMD Predicts Heat Wave Conditions in These States for Next 5 Days; Full Forecast Inside

It's still March and the maximum temperature in some states is already touching the 40 degrees Celsius mark. With the increase in the heat of the sun, the heat wave has also started showing its effect.

Ayushi Raina
The heat wave has begun to manifest itself as the sun's temperature increases
The heat wave has begun to manifest itself as the sun's temperature increases

It's still March, yet the maximum temperature in some states has already reached 40 degrees Celsius. The heat wave has begun to manifest itself as the sun's temperature increases. Across its most recent bulletin, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted a heat wave in Northwest India, Central India, and Western India over the next five days.

In addition, the temperature will rise in these states. According to the IMD, the heatwave will last for the next five days in numerous states in North and Central India. Simultaneously, heatwave conditions are predicted over the next two days in Saurashtra and the Kutch region of the Jammu division, Himachal Pradesh, and Gujarat.

The heat wave will continue for the next 4 to 5 days across West Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, and Rajasthan. People have been asked to be alert because the temperature will also increase.

Haryana, Southern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal's Ganga region, Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Maharashtra, and Marathwada, on the other hand, are predicted to suffer extreme heat wave conditions from March 30 to April 1.

An increase in temperature is being recorded continuously in these areas.

In sharp contrast, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that it may rain in the states of North-East India for the next five days. IMD has predicted that there is a possibility of rain in Assam, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh on March 31 and April 1.

According to the IMD, the sky will be clear throughout the day in the national capital of Delhi on Tuesday, with a high temperature of around 37 degrees Celsius.

On Sunday, Jammu recorded a high temperature of 37.3 degrees Celsius, breaking a 76-year-old March record. According to IMD, the previous highest day temperature of 37.2 degrees Celsius was recorded on March 31, 1945.


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