IMD has given great news – no more heatwave, stay ready for the tinkling rain, know where the rain clouds
The weather department has given great news to those troubled by heatwave। The department has said that now the heat will not run in the entire country, the weather will be pleasant due to rain, people will get relief from heat.
The Indian Meteorological Department has given a great news and said that the outbreak of Lu has ended all over India। According to the Meteorological Department, heavy rains and hailstorms may occur in some parts of the country including Delhi-NCR for the next 2-3 days। Already, IMD had expressed the possibility of heat relief from 24 May to 27 May from the effects of the first Western disturbance। People have been relieved of the heat by the rain with the strong thunderstorm in many areas of Bihar-Rajasthan, southern India। At the same time, rain has also caused havoc in Bengaluru.
IMD weather scientist RK Genamani has reported that the outbreak of Lu has ended all over India today। From today the temperature will decrease and it will be cloudy। We have issued Orange Alert in Rajasthan, Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Chandigarh regarding hail, thunderstorm and rain। There is a possibility of heavy rain in the mountainous areas for the next 2-3 days। There are storm chances in eastern India as well.
Delhi | Heatwave has ended in entire India today. From today temperature will decrease and it will be cloudy. We have issued Orange Alert for hailstorms, storms and rain in Rajasthan, Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Chandigarh. There is a possibility of heavy rains in… pic.twitter.com/rjb5mE6TnO
— ANI (@ANI) May 24, 2023
Heatwave relief in Delhi
The minimum temperature at the Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi’s major weather center, was recorded at 25.4 ° C, one degree below normal। The maximum temperature was recorded at 34.7 ° C with a drop of five degrees.
Thunderstorms and intermittent rains in northwest India, including the capital and its surrounding areas, over the next two or three days from the impact of a Western disturbance active on the Western Himalayan region It has been estimated to be। The department said that on Thursday, the maximum temperature in the national capital could come down to 35 ° C।IMD has also predicted the maximum temperature in the region to be below normal till 30 June.
Strong rain in Jammu, relief from heat to people
The temperature has dropped due to heavy rains in various areas of Jammu region। Officials said the Jammu-Shrinagar National Highway was closed for a while due to a landslide caused by heavy rains in Ramban district। On Wednesday, heavy rains occurred in various areas of Kishtwar, Doda, Ramban, Udhpur, Rajouri and Riyasi districts and hail in the Cheddi area of Udhpur causing damage to crops। Some places in the mountainous areas of Rajouri and Ramban were suddenly flooded due to heavy rains.
Rain also happened in Punjab-Haryana-Rajasthan
Parts of Punjab and Haryana received rain early Wednesday, causing a slight drop in maximum temperature। According to the Meteorological Department, it has rained here in Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Patiala, Bathinda, Barnala, Mohali, Firozpur, Gurdaspur, Ambala, Hisar, Karnal, Panchkula, Kurukhetra and Yamunanagar। The impact of a new western disturbance led to hail and rain on Wednesday afternoon in many areas including Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan। This has led to a drop in maximum temperature।
According to the Meteorological Department, rain is expected to occur in Rajasthan with a strong thunderstorm during the next few days। In the capital Jaipur, the weather changed later in the afternoon on Wednesday, caused strong winds to hail with rain in some places। The maximum temperature in the capital was recorded as the weather changed। Along with this, rain and hail has also happened in the state with strong winds at other places like Sikar, Jhunjun, Alwar, Karauli। According to the Meteorological Department, it is the effect of the new weather system activated in North India and the cyclonic securitization built on the Pakistan-Punjab border.