Weather Updates: Heat wave hits from UP to Bengal, crosses 40°C in many states; Know how the weather will be..

Weather Updates: According to IMD, the mercury has crossed 40 in nine districts of Bihar on Monday. At the same time, people in coastal states are in dire straits due to hot winds and humidity. Know the weather information.

Weather Updates: Half of April has passed and the heat is slowly showing its severe form. Due to sunny days in the plain states of North India, the weather is likely to increase in heat. According to Indian Meteorology (IMD), the mercury has crossed 40 in nine districts of Bihar on Monday. Whereas in coastal states like West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Mahe and Gujarat, humidity along with hot winds is going to make the condition of the people worse.

Delhi weather patterns

The minimum temperature in the national capital Delhi was recorded at 23.5 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning, which is two degrees more than the average temperature of this season. The humidity level in Delhi was recorded at 59 percent at 8:30 am. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted partly cloudy sky and windy conditions during the day. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature in the capital Delhi today is likely to be around 35 degrees Celsius.

Heat wave alert in Bihar

Due to scorching heat and heat wave conditions in some parts of Bihar, the mercury reached 40 degrees Celsius or above in at least nine districts of the state on Monday. Chief Secretary of Bihar called a meeting of the Emergency Management Group to review the situation of extreme heat and heat wave in which Water Resources Department, Energy Department, Agriculture Department, Minor Water Resources Department, Health Department, Urban Development and Housing Department, Public Health Engineering Secretary/Principal Secretary/Additional Chief Secretary and other officials of the Department, Animal and Fisheries Resources Department etc. were present.

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the maximum temperature was 39 degrees Celsius and above at many places including Madhubani 39.9 degrees Celsius, Jamui 39.7 degrees Celsius, Jiradei (Siwan) and Valmiki Nagar 39.4 degrees Celsius, Patna 39.3 degrees Celsius and Bhagalpur 39.3 degrees Celsius. Degree Celsius included. IMD officials said heat wave conditions will continue in many parts of the state in the next two-three days.

Bengal will be in dire straits due to heat and humidity

According to IMD, West Bengal has been put on high alert due to severe heat. There is a possibility of severe heat wave in different areas between April 17 and 19. There is a possibility of increase in temperature level during this period. While issuing a yellow alert for Kerala, the Meteorological Department said that the mercury is expected to rise to 37 degrees Celsius between 15-17, which is 2-4 degrees Celsius more than normal. During this period, the maximum temperature in Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Thrissur and Palakkad, Kozhikode and Kannur can reach 38 degrees Celsius. Due to the heat in Uttar Pradesh, the mercury has crossed 40 in many districts including Prayagraj and Agra.

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