New Delhi: In the midst of Corona havoc, North India is also facing severe heat. Increasing mercury in many states of North India, including Delhi, UP, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh will cause fire showers from the sky for the next few days and people will have to live in hot air. According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature is expected to rise further in the coming days.
Meteorological Department scientist Dr N Kumar said that the coastal areas of Punjab, Haryana, Southern UP, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh will continue to see a rise in temperature in the coming days. The next 5 days will see more and more heat in these areas. In some places the temperature can touch 47 degrees Celsius.
The Meteorological Department of India said in a statement that severe heat is likely to affect the northwest, central and parts of peninsular India in the next four to five days, while heavy rains will occur over many parts of northeast India. Let us know that after Friday, there was also an outbreak of heat in Delhi, where the Safdarjung weather station recorded a temperature of 44.7 degrees Celsius. Not only this, but mercury also crossed 45 degrees in many states on Saturday.
The Meteorological Department has issued an Orange Alert in view of the scorching heat between 24 May to 27 May in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. Actually, the Orange Alert is issued when the heatwave lasts for more than four days or a severe heatwave persists for more than two days.
In Madhya Pradesh, temperatures have risen significantly due to the warm winds coming from Rajasthan. On Saturday, the maximum temperature in the 27 districts of the state was recorded between 42 and 46 degrees Celsius.