IMD Alert: Weather changed from pre-monsoon, heavy rain alert in 14 states till May 25, heatwave warning in 12 areas, know complete scheme

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IMD Alert: Weather will change! Heavy rain alert in 20 states till 6th July, know your state details
IMD Alert: Weather will change! Heavy rain alert in 20 states till 6th July, know your state details

IMD has said that during the next 2-3 days, a drop of 2-4 degree Celsius may be seen in these areas of North West India and Madhya Pradesh.


Pre-monsoon activity has started in the country. At the same time, the period of heavy rain continues in the northern and eastern states. On one side in Assam, where it is in the grip of flood. At the same time, life in Kerala has remained busy due to incessant rains. At the same time, after May 20, there is a possibility of changing the weather in North Central India. According to the IMD Alert, due to the active western disturbance, there will be clouds in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh .

Apart from this , there is a possibility of rain with thunder in Bihar, Jharkhand, Bengal within 2 days. If the IMD Alert is to be believed, then the rains will continue in Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur including Kerala. Talking about the same monsoon, there is going to be a knock before the time of monsoon. On May 27, there is a possibility of the onset of monsoon in Kerala. Apart from this, monsoon may knock in North and Central India within 12 to 15 June. Monsoon knock in Rajasthan Gujarat including Madhya Pradesh can be seen from 16 to 17 June.

However, in terms of temperature, today in Uttar Pradesh, where the maximum temperature is expected to be 42 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature is likely to be up to 28 degrees Celsius. After May 20, a drop in temperature will be recorded. In fact, a drop of four to five percent in the temperature can be recorded. Apart from this, apart from cloud cover in the capital Delhi, there is a possibility of light rain.

In Delhi, where the minimum temperature can be recorded at 29 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is 42 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature in Srinagar is expected to be 13 degrees while the maximum temperature is expected to be 25 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the heat wave will continue in the capital Bhopal. There will be strong sunshine in the sky. The minimum temperature is expected to remain up to 25 degree Celsius. Whereas the maximum temperature can go up to 42 degree Celsius.

Talking about Chandigarh, the minimum temperature has been predicted to remain up to 25 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature to 42 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the maximum temperature in Jaipur can remain up to 43 degrees and the minimum temperature can be up to 31 degrees Celsius. According to the IMD, with the onset of early monsoon in the country, the monsoon will come along with the southwest Bay of Bengal in addition to the entire Andaman Sea and Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the east. It has spread over some parts of central Bay of Bengal.

After a brief respite from heat wave conditions, Northwest Indian plains and Central Indian states are again witnessing heat wave conditions and may continue for a few days. The maximum temperature may increase by 2. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that during the next 2-3 days, a drop of 2-4 degree Celsius may be seen in these areas of Northwest India and Madhya Pradesh.

Talking about the same mountainous states, IMD has expressed the possibility of hailstorm with sporadic rain and thundershower till May 27 in Bihar Jharkhand Bengal including Ganges West Bengal Orissa . Apart from this, till May 25, there is a possibility of rain and lightning with strong winds in Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal, Jammu and Kashmir , including the mountainous state. However, the India Meteorological Department has also predicted a new heatwave in North-West India.

In fact, in the meteorological report on Thursday, it has been said that for the next 3 days, Sapna can see an increase of 203 percent in Northwest India and Madhya Pradesh. Apart from this , heatwave alert was also issued in many areas in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana . However , there is a possibility of drizzle with hailstorm in Maharashtra . Change in weather will also be seen in Goa . Apart from this, continuous rain will continue over Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu .

Heatwave warning has been issued in some parts of Andhra Pradesh. However, the weather will remain pleasant in other areas. Apart from this, changes in the weather are also being seen in the eastern states. A drop of 5 to 7 percent has been recorded in the temperature, as well as the havoc of floods continues.

Keeping in mind the fresh heat wave conditions, weather warnings have also been issued for these areas. suggesting that the heat wave may cause moderate health concern for vulnerable people. Therefore people of these areas should avoid exposure to heat. Light colored, loose, cotton clothes should be worn and the head should be covered with cloth, cap or umbrella etc.

Moderate risk has been expressed over some watersheds and neighborhoods of southern districts of Assam and Meghalaya due to expected rainfall in the next 24 hours. Moderate risk has been expressed over South Interior Karnataka, some watersheds over Coastal Karnataka adjoining North Kerala and neighborhood due to expected rainfall in next 24 hours.

A warning has also been issued for the fishermen in view of the possible rain conditions in these areas. They are advised to stay away from fishing activities in West Bengal Coast, North West Bay of Bengal, Northeast Bay of Bengal, North Andaman Sea, South Andaman Sea, South Odisha Coast and North Odisha Coast, North Andhra Coast and South Andhra Coast, North Advice has been given. Heavy rain is very likely over Tamil Nadu Coast, South Tamil Nadu Coast, Bay of Bengal, Kerala Coast, Karnataka Coast, Lakshadweep Region, Southwest Arabian Sea and Southeast Arabian Sea and few others.

The highest temperature of 44.4 degrees Celsius was recorded in Jhansi in western Uttar Pradesh on May 18. It rose between 1-3 degree Celsius or more at most places over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim and Northeast states, at few places over West Rajasthan and Bihar and at isolated places over Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat region. Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal. The temperature dropped between 2-4 degree Celsius at most places in Uttarakhand, at few places in Delhi and at isolated places over East Uttar Pradesh, Vidarbha and Odisha.

The maximum temperature was in the range of 43-45 degrees Celsius over most parts of Vidarbha, parts of Haryana and Chandigarh and East Uttar Pradesh and isolated pockets of East Madhya Pradesh. Most parts of Rajasthan, Delhi and East Madhya Pradesh, many parts of West Madhya Pradesh, some parts of Punjab, East Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and isolated parts of Odisha and Gujarat state with maximum temperatures of 40-43 degrees Celsius. Celsius was in between.