Weather Forecast: a yellow warning is given in India from Friday

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Weather Forecast: a yellow warning is given  in India from Friday

On April 1, 2021, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a yellow warning of rainfall for several states and union territories. Indian will get a breather from the scorching heat from Friday with light to very heavy rainfall.

Due to the depression over the south Andaman Sea, it is predicted fairly widespread and widespread rainfalls go across Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Assam, Odisha, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh for the next two to three days.

The Indian Meteorological Department also issued a yellow warning when predicting the average temperature is possible to drop by three to four degrees Celsius in several parts of the east, central, and northeast India. Therefore, fishermen are required not to venture into the sea. 

The good weather news for people across north and west India is that the temperature will rise from Friday. Especially, there is no prediction for heatwave conditions for the next two to three days.

In a tweet of the IMD, it is stated that Strong Surface Winds (speed reaching 30 to 40 kmph) over most parts of Punjab, north Rajasthan, Haryana, Chandigarh, and Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, and northwest Madhya Pradesh during the next 24 hours.

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On Wednesday, the weather department had announced the weather forecast of April to June. It is expected that the temperatures across north and east India will remain above normal. Besides, below normal seasonal maximum temperatures can occur over most of south India, parts of East India, northeast, and extreme north India.

The IMD also said that During the upcoming hot weather season (April to June), above normal seasonal maximum temperatures were likely over most of the subdivisions of north, northwest, and few subdivisions of east-central India.

Also, the weather department adds that However, below normal seasonal maximum temperatures can likely happen over most of the subdivisions of south peninsular India and few subdivisions of east, northeast, and extreme north India.

Stay tuned for Weather Forecast to get updated weather information!

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