(Pooja Pal; Intern Journalist): New Delhi: After the devastation of the cyclone in West Bengal and Odisha, a severe heatwave is seen in most other parts of India. The Indian Meteorological Department (India Meteorological Department, IMD) has warned that the outbreak of heatwave will continue for the next five days in Rajasthan (Rajasthan) and Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh). The alert issued states that in the next 24 hours, some areas of Western Rajasthan may be in the grip of scorching heat.
The Meteorological Department’s All India Weather Bulletin alleged that for incoming 3-4 days, Peninsular India and Vidarbha will face the heatwave. Apart from this, East Madhya Pradesh, Southern Uttar Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh to witness heatwave for the next 24 hours.
There is a possibility of heavy rains in Sikkim and some other northeastern states from May 24 to May 26. According to the Meteorological Department, the threat of heavy rain has not yet been avoided due to the impact of the storm. Sub Himalayan West Bengal (West Bengal), Sikkim, Assam (Assam), and Meghalaya may receive heavy to very heavy rainfall from 24 to 26 May.
Not only this, but there is also a possibility of heavy rains in Arunachal Pradesh on 24 May. Moderate to heavy rains may occur at one or two places over Kerala and south-coastal Karnataka. Himachal Pradesh and Punjab may receive light rains at one or two places.
Heat web will be affected in parts of Gujarat, Haryana, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh. Light rains are expected over interior Tamil Nadu, remaining parts of Karnataka, Jammu, and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad, and Gilgit-Baltistan.
According to the Meteorological Department, the cyclone now being fragile has caused a low-pressure area over the northeastern states, hence increasing the probability of heavy rains in these areas.