Weather Update : Yellow alert has been issued at different places in Delhi giving warning of heat wave. Partly cloudy sky with heat wave conditions are also expect.
IMD weather update : The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted clear skies in the national capital for the next four to five days. Delhi is once again in the grip of heat wave. The mercury touched 47 degree Celsius in some parts of the national capital. There is no relief from the scorching heat for the next several days. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert on Sunday, giving a warning of heat wave at different places in Delhi. In the forecast for the next seven days. It has said that the sky is likely to be clear with strong winds in Delhi for the next four days. Najafgarh weather station recorded a maximum temperature of 46.2 degree Celsius.
The IMD said in its bulletin on Saturday that there is a possibility of heat wave in the next two-three days.
At the same time, Ganganagar in Rajasthan recorded the highest temperature of 47.5 degree Celsius, while Hisar in Haryana recorded 46.8 degree Celsius. The IMD said in its bulletin on Saturday that there is a possibility of heat wave conditions in isolated parts of North-West and Central India during the next two-three days. The Met Office said the maximum temperature is likely to rise by two degrees Celsius over most parts of northwest and central India.
Weather Update : Heat wave yellow alert issued
The Meteorological Office has issued a yellow alert on Sunday, giving a warning of heat wave at different places in Delhi. For Sunday, the Meteorological Department has forecast partly cloudy sky with heat wave conditions at isolated places and gusty winds reaching 20-30 kmph during the day. The IMD said that the maximum temperature of Delhi is likely to reach 43 degrees Celsius.
Weather Update : IMD’s Heat Wave Forecast
- Heat wave conditions will prevail on June 4 and 5 at different places in Rajasthan, Jammu, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi.
- Heat wave conditions can prevail in the areas of Vidarbha, Jharkhand, Interior Odisha and Chhattisgarh from June 4 to 6.
- Heat wave conditions will prevail in South Uttar Pradesh and North Madhya Pradesh from June 4 to 8.
- Rain activities are likely to increase over South Peninsular India from June 7.
- Intense rain forecast over Northeast India and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim during the next five days.
What is heatwave?
i) Increase in rainfall activity likely over South Peninsular India from 07th June.
ii) Intense spell of rainfall over Northeast India and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim during next 5 days. pic.twitter.com/UFLgM7b6sF
— India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) June 4, 2022
A heatwave is declare when the maximum temperature exceeds 40 degrees Celsius and is at least 4.5 degrees above normal. According to the IMD, if the normal temperature is more than 6.4 degrees, then a severe heatwave is declared. If the maximum temperature crosses 47 degree Celsius, then severe heat wave is declared.
According to IMD, rain may start in the southern peninsular region from June 7. There is a possibility of heavy rain in the next five days over Northeast India, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim. During the next five days, there is a possibility of heavy rains over Northeast India, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim. An alert of continuous rain has issued in Jharkhand after June 10. At the same time, gradually the knock of monsoon will seen in Bihar. Monsoon is likely to knock in Goa next week. There will an entry of monsoon in Bihar soon, as well as the possibility of good rain has expressed in the state this time.