Heatwave in India: Strong sunlight, heat and hot winds have wreaked havoc in the country. In many states of the country, Delhi (Delhi), Uttar Pradesh (UP), Haryana (Haryana), Rajasthan (Rajasthan), Punjab (Punjab), Bihar (Bihar) and Madhya Pradesh (MP) the mercury remained around 44 to 45 degrees. Has happened. Alam is that the hot winds have made life difficult for the people. It has become difficult for people to leave their homes in the afternoon. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department said that there was an outbreak of heatwave in these states throughout the day and the situation will remain the same tomorrow as well. The weather conditions in Delhi (Delhi-NCR) will remain the same till tomorrow.

In the alert issued by the IMD, the heatwave condition in Delhi (Delhi-NCR), Punjab and Haryana is likely to remain like this from May 14 to 15. There is a possibility of an active Western Disturbance on May 16, after which there is a possibility of rain in Delhi (NCR).

Monsoon may knock in Kerala by May 27
On Friday, the Meteorological Department said that the Southwest Monsoon may knock in Kerala by May 27. Monsoon usually arrives in Kerala around June 1. About 10-15 days after the onset of monsoon in Kerala, it reaches Maharashtra.

Delhi-NCR is scorching in heat wave, may get relief on Monday
IMD said, the outbreak of hot winds continues in most parts of the northern part of the country including Delhi-NCR, there will be strong heat wave in Delhi on Saturday and Sunday. The temperature is likely to be around 45 degree Celsius during this period. On the other hand, if we talk about the cyber city Gurugram coming in the NCR area, then on Friday, the hottest day of May was recorded. The temperature here on this day was recorded 45 degree Celsius. The Indian Meteorological Department said that there is a possibility of cloudy sky in Delhi on Monday and the maximum temperature can drop to 41 degrees, while the minimum temperature is likely to be around 28-30 degrees.

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