The heat which starts from the last week of March every year has started showing its attitude from the second week of March this year. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the heat will increase continuously in the month of March.
New Delhi: The summer season has started in the country, the mercury has started rising rapidly and the heat has intensified in March. The Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a hit wave ie heatwave for many states of the country. IMD has predicted a hit wave in Rajasthan, West Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha in Maharashtra, parts of Gujarat, Telangana for the next 24 hours. So in Delhi NCR too, the condition of the people is suffering due to the increased humidity.
The sky was raining in March itself
The heat which starts from the last week of March every year has started showing its attitude from the second week of March this year. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the heat will increase continuously in the month of March. So the heat will wreak havoc during the day as well as at night. Apart from these four states, heat has started increasing in most parts of North India but there is no possibility of a hit wave here.
Lu will not work in these 4 states
According to the department, the maximum temperature has increased by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius during the last 6 to 7 days in many parts of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and western Uttar Pradesh. In Delhi NCR, it may increase by 2 to 3 degrees in the next few days, but here there is no possibility of a hit wave ie heatwave for the next 7 days.
Heat will increase in Delhi-NCR for the next 7 days
The third time since 2013 in Delhi, the temperature in the first 15 days of March has exceeded 34 degrees Celsius. According to the forecast, after about 7 days in some areas of the capital and NCR, the outbreak of heat will increase continuously.
At present, there is no chance of rain here till March 22. According to Skymet, unlike the last few years, there has been no rain so far in March this year. At the same time, since 2013 till now, this is the third time in the first 15 days of March, when the temperature has crossed 34 degrees. Earlier in the year 2018, the temperature was recorded at 3.2 degrees, in 2021 35.2 degrees. At the same time, on March 15 this year, the maximum temperature has been recorded at 34.7 degrees.
Department issued forecast
In fact, the IMD had issued a three-month forecast in early March and in this, the department had said that areas of North West and Central India along with Delhi NCR will get more heat than last year. This is the reason that the hit wave has started in many states of the country. On Thursday, the maximum temperature in Barmer of Rajasthan went to 43.4 degrees Celsius, while in Bikaner, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer of the state it was recorded 40 degrees Celsius on Thursday. For here, the Meteorological Department has again expressed the possibility of a hit wave, while in the next 24 hours in 9 districts of Madhya Pradesh, there may be a hit wave.