News Nation Bureau , Edited By: Nihar Saxena , Updated on: 02 Apr 2023, 09:32:17 AM
Temperature will rise in Delhi-NCR from mid-April. (Photo Credit: News Nation)
- Day temperature expected to be above normal from mid-April
- The month of April is likely to see normal rainfall over the country as a whole.
- Farmers suffered huge losses due to unseasonal rains in March-April
In Delhi-NCR (Delhi-NCR), despite the beginning of the month of April due to rain on Saturday, the weather remains pleasant. It has been predicted to remain cloudy and rain at some places on Sunday as well. However, the situation ahead issued by the Meteorological Department (IMD) is not looking very pleasant. According to IMD, most parts of North-West India including Delhi-NCR may not see heat wave till mid-April, but East, Central India including coastal areas of Gujarat and Maharashtra will see normal temperature. It is expected to live more than Along with this, there has also been talk of heat wave in April.
IMD’s monthly assessment for April
The India Meteorological Department, in its monthly assessment for the summer season, said these regions would experience above normal temperatures and more number of heatwave days this month. Overall, the day temperatures are expected to be above normal from mid-April over most parts of the country during the April-June warm season. However, exceptions will be made in parts of South Peninsular India and Northwest, where the temperature is likely to remain below normal. As far as rains in April are concerned, the entire country is likely to receive normal rainfall. According to an estimate, there may be 88-112 percent rainfall on an average during this period.
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untimely attack on farmers
According to the Meteorological Department, there may be a decrease in rain activities from April 1 onwards in parts of North West India and East India. A fresh Western Disturbance will affect some parts of North West India from the night of April 2, which may once again bring hail and rain with strong thunderstorms. Let us tell you that due to unseasonal rains in March-April this year, farmers have suffered huge losses. The crops of the farmers have fallen on the ground. It is being told that if it rains like this, then the crops will be completely ruined. Significantly, Delhi NCR received heavy rains along with a thunderstorm on late Saturday evening. In the evening there was total darkness all around.
First Published : 02 Apr 2023, 09:30:46 AM
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