(Sandhya Jha, Intern Journalist): People suffering from scorching heat will have to face it for at least two days. According to the Meteorological Department, summer has reached its peak. Till May 27, the same weather will remain, ie the intense heat will continue. Relief is expected from 29 May.
According to Meteorological Department scientist Rajendra Kumar, the heat may decrease from May 29. Kumar told the news agency, “Summer has reached its peak. This heat will continue till May 27. It is expected to bring some relief from May 29 as the monsoon will be close. It will reach Kerala in the first week of June. Monsoon will be normal this year. “
Naitapa also started from Semwar. Mausam Department has warned that in the next five days, five states, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and most parts of Telangana will be in the grip of scorching heat. At the same time, due to temperatures above 45 degrees, a red warning has been issued for Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, and Rajasthan.
Department scientist Dr. N. Kumar said that temperatures in Punjab, Haryana, Southern UP, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, and coastal Andhra will rise continuously. The temperature can also go up to 47 degrees. The maximum temperature in Delhi on May 25 and 26 can remain as high as 46 degrees.
Churu was the hottest place in the country with a temperature of 47.4 degrees.
On the other hand, Churu in Rajasthan was the hottest place in the country with a temperature of 47.4 degrees. Pilani in Rajasthan was the hottest place on Saturday with 46.7 degrees. There is a red alert for the next three days in six divisions including Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaipur. After May 29, the temperature in the state is expected to fall by three degrees, which will also provide relief from the heat.
The highest temperature on Monday was 47.5 degrees in Churu. Bikaner was 46.8 degrees in Kota and 46.5 degrees, there will be relief due to pre-monsoon activities in Delhi and adjoining areas, northern parts of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. On Saturday, Delhi’s temperature was recorded at 46.2 degrees, which was the maximum for this month.
Akola is the hottest in Maharashtra
In Vidarbha, Maharashtra, heat has also started showing its wrath. Akola was the hottest place in the state on Monday. The mercury was recorded at 47.4 degrees Celsius. Nagpur had a heat of 47 degrees Celsius. Apart from this, people had to suffer heat stroke in Marathwada and Western Maharashtra.
Yale Warning for Odisha, mercury above 45 degrees in Titlagarh
The mass department has issued a yellow warning for Odisha on Sunday. The temperature on Sunday at 13 mass centers of the state has been recorded above 41 degrees Celsius. Titilagarh in Belangir district tops it. It was 45.5 degrees. Temperatures in the western part may rise by 2 to 3 degrees in 48 hours.