Cooler and AC Will Be Needed In March Itself; What Did The IMD Say?

OM Prakash
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People may face severe heat this year at the beginning of summer. The Meteorological Department has said that the summer season in India will likely have a very hot start this year. El Nino conditions are expected to persist throughout the season. Above-normal heat has been predicted in many parts of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Odisha.

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According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be above normal in most parts of India between March and May. The weather is likely to be very hot at the beginning in states like Delhi, UP, Bihar, and Jharkhand.

Meteorological Department Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra said the temperature may be above normal between March and May. The temperature will likely be above normal after the second week in March. There is little possibility of a heatwave in North and Central India in March. According to IMD, due to the impact of El Nino being less this year, the monsoon will arrive on time, and there is a possibility of more rain this year than last year.

Generally, in many states of the country, severe heat starts in May, but this time, the heat entry will happen early. Weather experts say there will be a sudden increase in temperature after March 15. Higher-than-normal temperatures will be recorded in the last week of March.

At the beginning of March, the temperature in many other states, including Maharashtra, is nearly 40 degrees Celsius. In the first week of April, the maximum temperature in some states of North India can reach nearly 40 degrees Celsius. There is a possibility of severe heat in some southern states this month. The minimum temperature will also increase.

The Meteorological Department has said that the monsoon will come on time and will be normal this time. The current El Nino will weaken in June. After this, La Nina conditions may arise during July and August. Due to this, it is estimated that there may be more rain during monsoon this year than last. El Nino is generally associated with drought and poor monsoon, while La Nina is associated with above-average rainfall and cold.

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