IMD HEATWAVE ALERT: Meteorological Department issued Heat Wave Alert

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IMD HEATWAVE ALERT: Meteorological Department issued Heat Wave Alert

IMD HEATWAVE ALERT: There is a possibility of a very sharp rise in temperature in India in the months of April and May. Due to which extreme heat and heatstroke can be experienced. According to GP Sharma of Skymet, the main reasons for this increase include global weather patterns and depletion of water levels.

Fear of heatwave

Heatwave may start especially in Central India. The effect of which is already visible in some southern states. Where the temperature has already crossed 41°C.

Heat wave period

Heat wave generally occurs in India from March to June. Which sometimes can continue till July also. Heatwave may be experienced over Northwest, Middle East and North Peninsular India, as well as parts of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

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Effect of el nino

El Nino which affects global weather patterns. Now it is becoming weak. And is expected to be finished by June. Its gradual end could be a positive sign for the coming monsoon.

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El Nino and La Nina

El Nino is a seasonal phenomenon. Which occurs due to increase in sea temperature in the central and eastern Pacific Ocean. Due to which heat, drought and monsoon weaken.

La Nina conditions occur then. When the temperature of the eastern Pacific Ocean becomes below normal. Which leads to more rain and cold in winter.

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Publish Date: March 20, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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