New Delhi: Northwest and Central India would continue to witness severe heatwave conditions for the next three days, the IMD said today.
The maximum temperatures are very likely to rise by 2-3°C over East India during the next two days and no significant change thereafter, it said.
According to India Meteorological Department, “Heat Wave conditions in most parts with severe heatwave conditions in isolated pockets very likely over West Rajasthan on 13th & 14th May; heatwave conditions in some parts on 15th and no heatwave thereafter for subsequent 2-3 days.”
Heat Wave conditions in many parts with severe heatwave conditions in isolated pockets are very likely over East Rajasthan on 13th May; heatwave conditions in many parts on 14th May and isolated pockets on 15th May.
Heat Wave conditions in isolated pockets are very likely over West Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh on 13th & 14th May; Gujarat state on 13th May; Jammu & Kashmir, south Haryana-Delhi, Punjab during 13th-15th and over Vidarbha on 14th & 15th May 2022, the IMD added.
It further predicted that no significant change in maximum temperatures likely over Northwest India during the next 3 days and fall by 2-3°C thereafter.
No significant change in maximum temperatures is very likely over Gujarat during the next 24 hours and fall by 2-3°C thereafter.
No significant change in maximum temperatures is very likely over the rest parts of the country, it added.