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Delhi’s weekend will pass in the scorching heat but don’t worry, IMD has heard banging good news on monsoon


New Delhi: The country is looking forward to the monsoon for relief from the scorching heat. The Meteorological Department has given good news that this year the monsoon may come before time. It is expected to reach south Andaman Sea and southeast Bay of Bengal around May 15. Then it will move towards Kerala. Monsoon arrives in Kerala usually on 1st June. The early onset of monsoon will bring relief to people in most parts of the country, who have been suffering from the scorching heat for more than a fortnight. In Delhi-NCR this weekend the maximum temperature can go up to 44 degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department has declared ‘Yellow Alert’ for May 13 to 15. There will be a lot of heat wave at many places. The effect of the cyclone formed in the Bay of Bengal is over in Delhi-NCR. Its effect is being seen in the weather of North India including Delhi-NCR.

‘Yellow Alert’ in Delhi over the weekend
The weekend of Delhiites is about to pass in the midst of scorching heat. From Friday to Sunday the temperature can reach up to 44 degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department has declared a ‘yellow’ alert between May 13 and 15 in terms of heat. Meanwhile, the effect of heat wave will remain in many places. Experts are suggesting to step out of the house only when absolutely necessary. Even today the heat has kept the system down.

Ghaziabad: No hope of relief
The Meteorological Department has issued an alert that severe heat waves will run. The maximum temperature will reach up to 45 degree Celsius. After May 15, there will be a drop of two to three degrees Celsius, but the temperature will remain above 40 degrees Celsius. It will be harmful to get out of the house during this time, so go out only if there is a great need. Exit by covering the body completely.

North India is burning

Monsoon is bringing rain ahead of time!
Monsoon may arrive earlier this year in the country. Andaman and Nicobar Islands are likely to receive the first seasonal rain on 15th May. “The Southwest Monsoon is very likely to reach South Andaman Sea and South East Bay of Bengal around 15th May 2022,” the Meteorological Department said in a statement. There are indications of favorable conditions for early onset of monsoon and its advance over Kerala and then northwards. Normally, monsoon arrives in Kerala on June 1. The Meteorological Department says that light to moderate rain is expected in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands for the next five days. There is a possibility of heavy rain at some places over the archipelago from May 14 to 16. According to the department, wind speed reaching 40-60 kmph is likely over South Andaman Sea on May 15 and 16.

Cyclone weakens near Andhra, relief to Bengal-Odisha
The cyclonic storm Asani has weakened now. However, rain accompanied by gusty winds continued in parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh on Thursday as well. According to the Meteorological Department, the cyclone is likely to remain around the same area and further weaken into a low pressure area during the next 12 hours. This is likely to provide relief to West Bengal and Odisha. Light to moderate rain at many places and heavy rainfall at isolated places is likely over Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema on Thursday. Squally wind speed reaching 65 kmph very likely over West-central Bay of Bengal during next 12 hours.

Wind speed reaching 65 kmph very likely over Krishna, East and West Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh and Yanam in Puducherry. The sea condition is very likely to remain very rough over west central and adjoining north-west Bay of Bengal during 12 hours and will improve thereafter. The Meteorological Department has suggested a complete suspension of fishing in the west-central Bay of Bengal and north-west Bay of Bengal during the next 12 hours. Fishermen have been advised not to venture into Andhra Pradesh, Odisha coasts and Bay of Bengal.

Heat wave in Delhi till Sunday, alert issued

UP: Relief from heat, today the weather will be clear
The scorching heat that continued for several days was extinguished by the strong thunderstorm and rain on Thursday evening. It was a sunny day in Lucknow on Thursday. Meanwhile, the maximum temperature stood at 40 degrees Celsius, which was the highest ever in May. After this it rained at around four o’clock in the evening, then it rained in many areas with strong thunderstorms. This brought great relief to the people from the heat. According to meteorologists, due to the effect of the circulation made in eastern UP, southeast winds are blowing in the entire state including the city. If the winds got the support of moisture on Thursday, then there was a situation of rain and thunderstorms. JP Gupta, director of the Zonal Meteorological Center, said that at present, cyclonic conditions are prevailing in eastern UP. Due to its effect, a thunderstorm warning has been issued in Balrampur, Gonda, Siddharthnagar, Maharajganj, Basti, Gorakhpur, Kushinagar on Friday and Sunday and Monday in eastern UP.

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