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When will we get relief from the scorching heat? This update has come regarding rain in these states including Delhi, UP, Bihar


New Delhi: The entire North India is suffering from the scorching heat. Whether it is the national capital Delhi or the surrounding NCR areas, the rising mercury is constantly making new records. The maximum temperature in Delhi on Saturday was 44.6 degrees Celsius, which is six degrees more than normal. On Sunday too, the sun was so hot since morning as if fire was raining. Similar situation is being seen from Punjab-Haryana to UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan. The maximum temperature is rising due to which it has become difficult for people to leave their homes during the day. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert in Delhi for the next three days. That is, there is no hope of relief from heat and heat wave for the next three days. Everyone is discussing when it will rain, when will the clouds rain. What is the update about the southwest monsoon that reached Gujarat 5 days ago. People troubled by the scorching heat are eagerly waiting for the monsoon. Know what is the weather condition in different states.

Delhiites are yet to get relief from the heat

The whole of Delhi is burning badly. The temperature starts rising just a few hours after the sun rises in the morning. The situation is such that hot winds can be felt even at night. According to the Meteorological Department, Delhiites are not likely to get any relief from the heat for the next three days. There will be an ‘orange’ alert in the national capital for the next three days. During this time, the maximum temperature is expected to be around 45 degrees and the minimum temperature is expected to be around 32 degrees. The effect of severe heat and heat wave is clearly visible since Sunday morning.

Punjab is also in a bad condition due to heat

Punjab is also in a bad condition due to heat

Talking about Punjab and Haryana, there is no relief from the scorching heat there too. The maximum temperature is rising rapidly. The maximum temperature in Abohar in Fazilka, Punjab was recorded at 47.1 degrees Celsius. According to the IMD report, Chandigarh, the joint capital of both the states, is also in the grip of severe heat. The maximum temperature was recorded at 43.8 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in Gurdaspur, Punjab was 46.5 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperatures in Amritsar, Ludhiana, Patiala and Pathankot were recorded at 44.4, 44.3, 45.1 and 45.1 degrees Celsius respectively.

The mercury is rising rapidly in Haryana too
The maximum temperature in Nuh in the neighbouring state of Haryana was recorded at 46.5 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in Rohtak and Sirsa was recorded at 45.3 and 45.4 degrees Celsius respectively. At the same time, the maximum temperature in Gurugram was recorded at 44.1 degrees and in Faridabad at 46 degrees Celsius. There is no hope of relief from the heat in the coming days. In view of the heatwave situation, experts are advising people to stay indoors during the afternoon.

In Uttar Pradesh, the sun is raining fire

In Uttar Pradesh, the sun is raining fire

People of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are also troubled by the scorching heat. The maximum temperature in many cities of UP is seen setting new records. Be it the capital Lucknow, Prayagraj or other districts, people are suffering due to the heat. According to the Meteorological Department, there is no possibility of rain in UP right now. If we talk about Bihar, the situation there may change a bit in the next 24 hours. Some areas of Bihar are expected to get relief from the heat and hot winds.

rain alert in bihar

rain alert in bihar

Patna Meteorological Center has predicted light to moderate rain or cloudy weather with strong winds in many districts of Bihar today. There is an alert of rain with thunder in Saharsa, Madhepura, Supaul, Madhubani, Purnia Kishanganj, Araria. During this time, winds are also expected to blow at a speed of 30 to 40 km per hour. Rain has been predicted in many areas of Bihar from today for the next three days. There is a possibility of heavy rain in North West, North Central, North East Bihar, in such a situation people are expected to get some relief from the scorching heat.

Weather will change in Jharkhand too
People are suffering from severe heat in Jharkhand. Meanwhile, the weather department has predicted rain in many areas today. There is a possibility of light rain in some parts of the north-eastern, central and southern parts of the state. The mercury which has been rising for many days may fall a little in the next three days. The maximum temperature may come down by 3 to 4 degrees due to the changing weather. There is a possibility of rain in the state in the next three days. In such a situation, people can get great relief from the heat.

Monsoon in Gujarat, when will it rain in MP

Monsoon in Gujarat, when will it rain in MP

Talking about Madhya Pradesh, the heat of the sun is troubling people here. Bhopal residents did not get relief from the scorching heat even today. The day temperature here was around 40 degrees Celsius, while in other parts of the state the day temperature reached around 45 degrees. Monsoon has just officially reached Gujarat. It will take a few more days to reach MP. In such a situation, people are waiting for pre-monsoon activity to get relief from the scorching heat. However, now the people of MP will have to wait for three days, after which conditions may be created for rain.

What is the update regarding monsoon
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has given an update on the monsoon situation. According to the Meteorological Department, despite knocking in Gujarat four days ahead of schedule on June 11, the southwest monsoon has not been able to advance to other parts of the state due to unfavorable conditions. The Ahmedabad Meteorological Center of IMD said that the monsoon had entered Navsari in South Gujarat. However, due to unfavorable conditions, it has not been able to advance beyond four days. However, the IMD has predicted light rain with thunder at isolated places in many districts of the state in the next five days.

Bad condition due to rain in northeastern states

Bad condition due to rain in northeastern states

On one hand, while people in North India are eagerly waiting for rain, on the other hand, heavy rains in many states of the Northeast have increased the difficulties of the people. Normal life has been affected due to rain in many areas of Sikkim. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert regarding further rains. On the other hand, heavy rains have also been predicted in the rest of the Northeast states Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Nagaland.

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