Weather Update News: Rainfall Brings Relief from Heat in many parts of India, Weather will change in these States- Watch Video

Publish Date: 04 May, 2022 |
 

Weather Update Today: Weather has taken a pleasant turn, from severe heatwave many states in North India like  Delhi, Punjab, Karnataka and Chandigarh are experiencing rain and hailstorms since Tuesday. The Meteorological Department has predicted light rain today in Bihar, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Western Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Karnataka etc.

 In many of these states, the weather has changed and drizzling has started. North India, which has been battling with heat and scorching for almost two months, has got a lot of relief after rainfall. 

More or less the outbreak of heatwave has ended, as a result, the temperature has also dropped. During the next four-five days, there is a possibility of light rain and thundershowers at isolated places.


Rainfall in the States of North India

The Meteorological Department says that this period of relief will continue for now. The weather pattern has also changed in the hilly states. In Uttarakhand, Kedarnath received heavy rain in the afternoon, while Badrinath received light showers. At the same time, after the opening of the doors in Gangotri and Yamunotri Dham, there was light rain in the surrounding areas. In the evening, it rained with strong wind in the surrounding plains including Dehradun. The same was the case with Himachal Pradesh. After about two and a half months of rain, the drought-like situation has improved. People have gotten relief from the heat.


Meanwhile, according to the latest forecast of the Indian Meteorological Department, moderate intensity rain and gusty winds with speed of 30-50 km/h in next few hours in and around some places over South Delhi, South-East Delhi Will go These include RK Puram, Defense Colony, Hauz Khas, Malviyanagar, Mehrauli, Chhatarpur, IGNOU and Ayanagar areas. At the same time, there is a possibility of rain in the next few hours in Ghaziabad, Indirapuram, Noida, Greater Noida, Faridabad and Ballabgarh of NCR.  


Pre-monsoon conditions prevail

It is worth noting that in both the months of March and April this year there was heat, but there was no rain. But, now a strong Western Disturbance has not only formed over the Himalayan region towards Jammu and Kashmir, but a low-pressure line is also extending from Northwest Rajasthan to Northeast India. There was no heatwave in any part of the country on Tuesday. Nowhere the temperature went above 45 degrees. 

Several states including Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Himachal Pradesh also recorded a drop of two to four degrees in the maximum temperature during the last 24 hours. According to the Meteorological Department, even during the next five days, there will be no heatwave not only in North-West but also in Central and East India.

There is a possibility of strong wind with rain in these areas

  • Delhi

  • Dadri

  • Greater Noida

  • Ballabhgarh

  • Gulaoti

  • Secunderabad

  • Bulandshahar

  • Shikarpur

  • Khurja

  • Pahasu

  • Ballabhgarh

  • Palwal

Significantly, the activity of Western Disturbance has completely changed the weather pattern of Delhi-NCR. There has been no heatwave for the last four days and there has been a respite from the heat due to the drop in the maximum temperature. At the same time, for the last two days, the humidity has definitely increased the difficulties for the people. 

According to the latest forecast of the Indian Meteorological Department, the day will be partly cloudy on Wednesday. During this, there is also a possibility of a strong dust storm with a speed of 40 to 50 kmph. Along with this, light rain has also been predicted by the Meteorological Department. On Wednesday, the minimum temperature is likely to be 27 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is 38 Celsius.



 

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