Heatwaves to return back, warning issued


The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a forecast warning that heat waves are set to return this week, with maximum temperatures expected to increase by 3-5 degrees Celsius across most parts of the country in the next five days. The capital city of Delhi and surrounding areas are likely to experience temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius, while parts of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and central India could experience temperatures as high as 45 degrees Celsius.On May 10 and 11, Konkan and Goa are expected to experience hot and uncomfortable weather due to humid air and high temperatures. The Met Department has also issued a heat wave warning for the southern districts of Bengal, including Kolkata, on Monday. According to Sourish Banerjee, a senior weather official at IMD Kolkata, Bengal is expecting another heat wave from Wednesday, with temperatures predicted to reach around 40-42 degrees Celsius until Thursday.Banerjee also stated that there is no chance of rain until Thursday, and heat wave warnings have been issued for Bankura, Purulia, Birbhum East, West Burdwan, West Medinipur, and central districts of Malda and North and South Dinajpur. Meanwhile, the IMD has issued a heavy rainfall warning for Andaman and Nicobar between May 8 and May 12 due to a cyclonic circulation over the southeast Bay of Bengal.Furthermore, the Met Department has predicted rainfall over Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Assam for the next three days. The tropical storm forming in the southeast Bay of Bengal, Cyclone Mocha, is expected to have an indirect effect on the weather, causing people to experience uncomfortable weather from Tuesday.Overall, the IMD’s forecast indicates that many parts of India will experience extreme weather conditions in the coming days, with heat waves and heavy rainfall expected in different regions. It is important for individuals to take necessary precautions to stay safe and healthy during these weather events


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