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Heat wave sweeps again Uttar Pradesh Delhi Haryana Learn about the heat wave and update the weather

Heat wave and weather update: Relief that has been given in many states of the country including Delhi, UP, Haryana, Bihar, Rajasthan and Punjab over the past several days, will come to an end again. According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, from Friday, Delhi and its surrounding areas may once again be under the grip of a heat wave. Since Wednesday, these states are recording an increase in temperatures again. In fact, during the past few days, due to cyclone storm Asani and light rains in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal, Uttarakhand, the temperature has dropped a little and relief was seen. Now the anxiety of snatching that relief has increased again.

However, there are many states like Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, etc., where there will be heavy rains due to cyclone Asani. According to Skymet Weather, a heat wave is likely in isolated parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Vidarbha, Maratwada, northern Madhya Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and southern Haryana on Thursday. The Indian Meteorological Department says there will be extreme heat for the next five days in northwest India and states like Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. During this time, Lu would also annoy people. Meteorologists said there is little chance of an increase in the maximum temperature in eastern India. The reason for this is Hurricane Asani.

From Rajasthan to Delhi, there will be scorching heat, I know – rest from when

In Rajasthan, the temperature may again remain between 44 to 46 degrees Celsius in the following week. Same situation in Madhya Pradesh. A heat wave is expected here until May 15th. Apart from this, there is a possibility of extreme heat in Haryana, Delhi and Punjab from May 12-15. The Meteorological Department says the skies will be clear everywhere for the next few days and the sun will be scorching. The maximum temperature can remain 43 and the minimum temperature can remain as high as 29 degrees. However, due to western disturbances, some respite may start from May 17th.

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The monsoon will strike first, and there will be respite from the heat

On the other hand, the Meteorological Department also provided relief news. The department says that although the summer is hot this year, due to the early arrival of the monsoon, relief will also be available a little earlier. The Meteorological Department, in its long-range forecast, predicted the start of the monsoon on May 20 only. The department says the monsoon will reach the Kerala coast on May 20 and will reach northern India in the next 10 to 15 days. Thus, it is believed that there will be relief from the heat in June compared to May. Apart from this, average rainfall is also expected, i.e. farming will also be good this year.

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