Weather Update: Temperature crosses 47 in Banda, UP, ‘Orange Alert’ regarding heat wave in Delhi today – Know the weather condition of other states Pi News

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Orend alert regarding heat wave in Delhi today

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The India Meteorological Department said that it was the second warmest month of April in Delhi in 72 years, when the average monthly maximum temperature was recorded at 40.2 degrees Celsius. In the year 2010, the city recorded an average monthly maximum temperature of 40.4 °C.

Mercury in most parts of the country (heatwave) is high and normal life has been greatly affected by the scorching heat. Maximum temperature in many cities (Maximum temperature) has reached close to 46 ° C. The ongoing heat wave conditions in the capital Delhi intensified on Friday and the mercury reached near 46 degree Celsius in many parts of the national capital. ‘Orange’ alert regarding heat wave in Delhi on SaturdayOrange alert) has been issued.

Delhi’s Safdarjung Observatory recorded a maximum temperature of 43.5 degrees Celsius for the second consecutive day. This is the highest single day temperature in April in 12 years. The maximum temperature in the national capital was recorded at 43.7 degree Celsius on 18 April 2010. The all-time high temperature of the month is 45.6 °C, which was recorded on 29 April 1941.

Mercury crosses 47 degrees in UP’s Banda

The sweltering heat on Friday raised the maximum temperature in large areas of the country, with Banda in eastern Uttar Pradesh recording a record high of 47.4 degrees Celsius in April, the highest temperature for the month. In many places the mercury crossed 46 degree Celsius. Prayagraj, Jhansi and Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh recorded the all-time high temperatures of 46.8 degrees Celsius, 46.2 degrees Celsius and 45.1 degrees Celsius respectively in April.

Gurugram in Haryana and Satna in Madhya Pradesh also recorded their all-time highs of 45.9 degrees Celsius and 45.3 degrees Celsius this month.

April is the second warmest month in 72 years

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said April was the second warmest month in Delhi in 72 years, with an average monthly maximum temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius. In the year 2010, the city recorded an average monthly maximum temperature of 40.4 °C.

The mercury reached 46.4 degree Celsius in the Sports Complex of Delhi. Ridge (45.7 degrees Celsius), Mungeshpur (45.9 degrees Celsius), Najafgarh (45.9 degrees Celsius) and Pitampura recorded the maximum temperature at 45.9 degrees Celsius, five to seven degrees above normal.

The IMD has issued an ‘Orange’ alert on Saturday, warning of severe heat wave in many parts of Delhi. The Met Office uses four color codes for weather warnings – Green (no action required), Yellow (watch and stay updated), Orange (be prepared) and Red (take action).

Amid rising heat and shortage of coal, the Delhi government on Thursday warned of disruption of power supply for vital services in the capital, including metro trains and hospitals. Whereas Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday that his government is somehow dealing with the power supply situation in Delhi. He called for taking quick and concrete steps to deal with the power crisis in the country.

Some relief likely in May

IMD said that on Sunday, partly cloudy sky, light rain and dust storm with wind speed up to 50 kmph can be expected, which can bring temporary relief from the heat. It said that the heat wave is expected to end from Monday under the influence of a Western Disturbance, which is likely to affect north-west India from the night of May 1.

Senior scientist RK Jenamani said that light rain and thundershowers may occur in Rajasthan, Delhi, Punjab and Haryana between May 2 and May 4. The maximum temperature will be between 36 degree to 39 degree Celsius. The city has recorded 10 heat-days in April, which is the highest since 11 such days in the month of April in 2010.

summer vacation in punjab from 14 may

In view of the scorching heat in the state, the Punjab government has announced summer vacation in all schools from May 14. For the last several days, the maximum temperature in some neighboring states including Punjab and Haryana has been a few degrees above normal.

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said in a tweet that considering the sudden heat wave and the suggestions of thousands of parents and teachers, it has been decided to declare summer holidays in all schools of Punjab from May 14.

In Rajasthan, the mercury crossed 31 in the night

Similarly, the whole of Rajasthan is in the grip of scorching heat these days, where the night temperature is also being recorded up to 31.1 degree Celsius. The day temperature has remained above 46 degrees at many places in the state, due to which it is likely to increase further in the coming days.

According to the Meteorological Center located in Jaipur, the current heat wave in the state will continue for the next three-four days. However, a circulation system is maintained over West Rajasthan, but due to lack of moisture in the winds, the chances of thunderstorms and rain are very less.

According to the Meteorological Center, on May 1, the maximum temperature is likely to be recorded somewhere around 45 to 47 degree Celsius in the districts of Jodhpur and Bikaner divisions of the state. A new Western Disturbance is active over Rajasthan since May 2, on May 2-3, some parts of western and northern Rajasthan will receive thunderstorms with strong wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph and light rain at isolated places. is likely to.

The Meteorological Center said that due to the Western Disturbance, there is a strong possibility of a drop of 2-3 degrees Celsius in the maximum temperature at most places of the state from May 3 and some relief from the heat wave. Last night, the capital Jaipur recorded 31.1 degrees, Bundi 31.2 degrees, Ajmer 30.5 degrees and Banswara 30.3 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the day temperature remains around 45 degree Celsius in most parts of the state.

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