New Delhi: The scorching heat and heat wave in India have added to the woes of the people. In the afternoon, it has become difficult for people to get out of the house in Tapish with the dangerous heat. Which disrupted normal life. The condition of people inside the house is bad, even the wings are throwing hot air. Those who had to come out of the necessary work due to the scorching heat, they are seen wrapping a cloth on the body and protecting themselves from the heat with the help of an umbrella. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department on Thursday said that many parts of the country are going to get severe heat, there is no respite from the heat in the coming days. According to the Met department, the ongoing heat wave will intensify in many parts of the country in the next 5 days.
Normal life is disturbed due to the scorching heat and heat wave in many parts of the country. Meanwhile, the Met department has predicted severe heat wave conditions in many parts of the country in the coming days. According to the Met department, orange alert has been issued for parts of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. It is worth mentioning that the Meteorological Department currently uses four color codes. These include Green meaning (no need to take action), Yellow means (monitoring and updating), Orange means (to be ready to take action) and Red means (to take action).
On Thursday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that there will be severe heat wave conditions over northwest and central India in the next five days. In addition, such a situation is likely to prevail in eastern India for the next three days. It said that it is possible to increase the maximum temperature by two degrees Celsius in the next two days in most regions of north-eastern India. Last Wednesday , uttar pradesh, bihar, odisha, jharkhand, punjab, rajasthan, madhya pradesh and gujarat recorded a maximum temperature of 3.1 to 5 degrees celsius above normal. In Rajgarh in Madhya Pradesh, the mercury had reached 45.6 degrees Celsius. According to a report, weather experts have estimated that temperatures in areas of northwest India could go above 47 degrees Celsius. According to the Meteorological Department, people are not going to get rid of the heat right now. Rather, be prepared to face the heat with the scorching heat.