Temperature soars to 49.9 degrees in Mungeshpur amid heatwave, respite expected from…

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The IMD mentioned there could possibly be some respite from the heatwave after May 30 with western disturbance expected over elements of northwest India on Thursday which may carry remoted rainfall over the area on the weekend.

Extreme heatwave situations gripped a number of elements of northern and central India on Tuesday with temperatures hovering up to 50 degrees Celsius in Rajasthan’s Churu and Haryana’s Sirsa and settling 9 notches above regular in nationwide capital Delhi. Mungeshpur and Narela in Delhi clocked 49.9 degrees adopted by Najafgarh at 49.8 degrees Celsius, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) mentioned.

The IMD mentioned there could possibly be some respite from the heatwave after May 30 with western disturbance expected over elements of northwest India on Thursday which may carry remoted rainfall over the area on the weekend.

According to the IMD, 10 climate stations recorded the highest-ever most temperature and the best for the month — Agra-Taj (48.6 degrees Celsius), Dehri in Bihar (47 degrees Celsius), Hamirpur in Uttar Pradesh (48.2 degrees Celsius), Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh (49 degrees Celsius), Narnaul in Haryana (48.5 degrees Celsius), Ayanagar-Delhi (47.6 degrees Celsius), New Delhi-Ridge (47.5 degrees Celsius), Rewa in Madhya Pradesh (48.2 degrees Celsius), Rohtak in Haryana (48.1 degrees Celsius), and Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh (47.2 degrees Celsius).

The IMD additional mentioned that heat evening situations in remoted pockets will probably prevail over Uttar Pradesh, east Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi over the following few days.

Numerical climate prediction fashions confirmed that this lowering pattern would additional lengthen northwards, bringing gradual respite from heatwave situations from May 30 onwards.

Also, the incursion of moist winds from the Bay of Bengal from Wednesday onwards is probably going to outcome in a gradual fall in most temperatures over Uttar Pradesh from May 30, the IMD mentioned.

Meanwhile, due to the moist wind incursion from the Arabian Sea on Tuesday, southern Rajasthan districts of Barmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Sirohi and Jalore recorded a drop in temperatures up to 4 degrees.

With inputs from PTI


Nilesh Desai
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