Delhi records highest maximum temperature of season, heatwave in several states

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Delhi on Monday reports the highest maximum temperature of the season. With mercury at 37.3 degrees Celsius, Vice President of Meteorology and Climate Change in the Weather Skymet Mahesh Palawat said that it could cross 38 degrees Celsius. However, strong winds from the north and northwest will provide assistance from high temperatures, added palawat.

Strong winds from north and northwest direction will provide some relief from the high temperatures.
Strong winds from north and northwest direction will provide some relief from the high temperatures. 

Today may pass 38 degrees, relief starting tomorrow.

Strong winds from the north and northwest will provide assistance,” Skymet weather Retweet Tweet Palawat.

Barmer in Rajasthan was reported to be the hottest city in the northern plains of the country.

The city recorded a temperature of 42.8 degrees Celsius, palawat said on Monday. Other cities where Mercury went above 42 degrees including Desesa and Surendranagar in Gujarat, Chandrapur in Maharashtra, Amreli and Rajkot in Gujarat, Jaisalmer and Churu in Rajasthan. Palawat said the countries of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Odisha and West Bengal Gangetic watched Heafwa.

The Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) also estimates the heatwave for a severe Heatwa condition in Rajasthan, Kutch and Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha on Monday and Tuesday.

“The condition of the heat wave is very possible in several bags with severe heat wave conditions in an isolated bag above Rajasthan and the condition of the heat wave in an isolated bag of East Rajasthan, Saurashtra & Kutch and Madhya Pradesh at 29 and 30 and more than Vidarbha on March 30,” IMD said in tweet on Monday.

At the beginning of the month,

the meteorological department in summer estimates has said the temperature of the day in the north, northeast, parts of East India and the West tend to be above normal from March to May.

The department has also predicted severe expanding to very heavy rainfall with storms and lightning in isolated parts in northeast India from March 29 to 31.

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