New Delhi : In the midst of the Corona crisis, the scorching heat is also a big trouble for people. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be some relief from the heat after May 28. The Meteorological Department has said that the southwest monsoon is expected to reach the coast of Kerala between June 1 and June 5 and Mumbai between June 15 and June 20.
IMD meteorologist Rajendra Kumar Jenamani said that the summer wave has been going on in Delhi for two days. Temperature is 45–46 degrees in all parts of Delhi. In India, Rajasthan, Churu and Pilani recorded the highest temperature in the country at 47.6 degrees. For two days, we have been witnessing the highest temperature this year.
India has seen the highest temperature of this year – 47.6 in the last 2 days. The heatwave will start subsiding from May 28 as easterly winds will start blowing in northern parts of the country: Rajendra Kumar Jenamani, head of Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre pic.twitter.com/Yjsn2FzDaC
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He said that it is a matter of happiness that there are easterly winds will blow from 28 in north. After that, the summer wave will start to subside and areas of northern India will get relief from 29 while the summer wave will continue for a long time in the interior areas of central India, Maharashtra.
IMD scientist Dr. N. Kumar said, “Temperature will continue to rise in Punjab, Haryana, southern UP, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana and coastal Andhra Pradesh. In the next few days, these areas will see heatwaves or severe heatwaves. Temperatures are likely to touch 47 degrees Celsius in some places.”
The meteorological agency said that the maximum temperature in Delhi on May 26 could touch 46 degrees Celsius, which would remain due to dry and northern strong winds prevailing in northwest India. However, the temperature will later come down to 38 degrees by 30 May.
According to Skymet’s Mahesh Palawat, there will be little relief with the pre-monsoon activities like rain and dust storm in the northern plains of Delhi and its adjoining areas and Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh.