(Juhi Aishwary, Intern Journalist): In the last few days, heat has increased all over the country, even in Churu, Rajasthan; the temperature had reached 50 degrees. At the same time, the temperature in Delhi also reached 47.5. However, according to the Meteorological Department, the weather may deteriorate in the coming days. If seen, cold winds started from Wednesday night. Where the weather opened up on Thursday morning and there is no sign of sunshine. The weather started warming up after the 20th of the month. After this, the countrymen were waiting for the rainy season to be pleasant. Now the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of inclement weather for the next five days.
According to IMD, heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely at isolated places in Assam-Meghalaya and Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram-Tripura. At the same time, heavy rainfall is likely at isolated places in South Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry-Karaikal, Kerala-Mahe, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal-Sikkim and Andaman-Nicobar Islands. Apart from this, it was told that there will be relief from warm winds in parts of West Rajasthan and in South Haryana and Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, East Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Vidarbha for the next few days.
According to the Meteorological Department, cloud thunderstorms will occur over Uttarakhand and Gangetic West Bengal and thunderstorms will move at a speed of 40-50 kmph. At the same time, lightning, hail, and strong winds are expected at different places in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Muzaffarabad. Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh-Delhi, and Jharkhand are also expected to gust at 30-40 kmph.
There is also a possibility of a dust storm in Rajasthan. Talking about Uttar Pradesh, the weather will deteriorate to a great extent with a dust storm. Lightning will crack. Weather in Punjab and Bihar is expected to be bad. There will be strong winds and hail storms are also reported here.
Orange alert issued in Uttarakhand
The weather has been disturbed in Uttarakhand for the last two days. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert of hailstorm in the plains and hilly areas. This will also reduce the mercury and relieve the heat. It was reported that Wednesday was the hottest day of the season. The maximum temperature in Dehradun and Udham Singh Nagar reached beyond 40 degrees Celsius. It was above 41 degrees Celsius in Roorkee and Haridwar. Jaspur was the hottest in the state. The maximum temperature was recorded at 43.6 degrees Celsius. In Mussoorie and Nainital, the day was filled with humidity. It was told that there is a possibility of hailstorm in the mountainous areas with lightning shining somewhere.
Relief from heat in Uttar Pradesh
In Purvanchal, people who have been suffering from scorching heat since last week got some relief from the drizzle with strong wind on Wednesday evening. Light rain also occurred here. However, due to western disturbance, the weather in Purvanchal has also turned. Due to this, the possibility of rain has increased on Thursday. The latest estimates by the Meteorological Department have brought relief news for 16 cities of Uttar Pradesh. It has been estimated that in 16 districts, the weather has suddenly reversed or will change.
Strong winds may prevail in Punjab
The heatwave continued in Patiala in Punjab also. The maximum temperature was recorded at 44.2 degrees Celsius. Amritsar and Ludhiana recorded temperatures of 43.5 and 44.2 degrees Celsius respectively.
Chandigarh, the joint capital of the two states, recorded 42.9 degrees Celsius, four degrees above normal. The Meteorological Department has predicted thunderstorms and thunderstorms at a speed of 30 to 40 km per hour on 28 and 31 May. Whereas, on 29th and 30th May, both states have predicted lightning and strong winds at 40 to 50 km per hour.
According to the Meteorological Department, due to western disturbances (western disturbances) in many parts of North India, the temperature may fall from 28 to 30 May. During this period, the dust storm is expected in many places. Explain that western disturbances are caused by cyclones in the Mediterranean Sea and after hot winds pass through Central Asia, they hit the icy peaks of the Himalayas, creating rainy conditions in the hills and plains.