Many states of North India including UP-Delhi are facing the havoc of scorching heat these days. The Meteorological Department has predicted that soon there will be no relief from this heat. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said on Thursday that heat wave conditions are likely to continue for the next two days in north Indian states like Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, North Rajasthan and UP.
The weather agency said that heat wave conditions were recorded in all these states as well as in the areas of North-West Madhya Pradesh. Apart from all these areas, severe heat conditions have been found at many places.
IMD said that there was severe heat at different places in Jammu. At the same time, many old records have been broken on Thursday in the national capital Delhi. After 90 years, July 1 has been found to be the hottest. Today the temperature of Delhi was recorded at 43.6 degree Celsius.
Heat waves from Pakistan to northwest India
Weather agency also said that severe heat wave conditions were observed at isolated places over northeast Rajasthan as well. IMD said that due to heat waves from Pakistan to North-West India at low levels, isolated/severe parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, North Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and North-West Madhya Pradesh are getting warm. is. The IMD said that in the last few days, the maximum temperature in the plains has crossed 40 degree Celsius.
On the Monsoon conditions in North India, the IMD had said on Wednesday that conditions are not likely to be favorable for the advance of Monsoon in these areas. So far, Southwest Monsoon has covered the entire country except states like Haryana, Delhi, parts of Punjab, West Rajasthan and West Uttar Pradesh.
Let us tell you that this year monsoon started with good rains in most parts of the country. Till a few weeks ago, the monsoon was so intense that at one point the IMD had predicted that it would reach Delhi by June 15. However, due to several seasonal changes, its northward movement has slowed down.
In 17 districts of Rajasthan, the temperature exceeds 40
Whereas in Rajasthan, the heat wave has made life difficult for the people. Cooler-Eyes are also throwing hot air. Shekhawati, Churu recorded a temperature of 44.4 degrees. According to the agricultural season in Fatehpur, a temperature of 41.5 degrees was recorded. At the same time, temperatures of more than 40 degrees have been recorded in 17 districts of Rajasthan. According to the Meteorological Department, the weather is expected to remain warm for a week.
In 90 years, Delhi is reported to have the highest heat in the month of July after 90 years. According to the Meteorological Department, the highest temperature was recorded on July 1. On July 1, 1931, 45 degrees, on July 5, 1987, 43.5, on July 2, 2012, 43.5 degrees, on July 1, 2021, 43.6 degrees have been recorded.