While sunlight is creating havoc in some areas of Uttar Pradesh, the Meteorological Department has also issued a warning for heavy thunderstorms in other areas. Up until May 21, a heat wave warning has been issued by the meteorological department. On May 22 and 23, there is a probability of rain in various sections of the state. Senior scientist Danish at the Meteorological Centre claimed that the weather in North India is constantly changing as a result of the confluence of eastern and western winds.
Due to strong dusty winds, the temperature is rising rapidly during the day, and heat wave warnings are also being issued. Till May 21, heat wave conditions will prevail in some western and eastern parts of the state along with the adjoining districts of Madhya Pradesh. Due to this, an increase of two to three degrees in temperature can be recorded. From May 21 onwards, there are chances of scattered rains along with thunderstorms in some other parts of the state including western Uttar Pradesh.