New Delhi: The weather has started turning in most parts of the country. In many states, the heat has knocked since February. So somewhere from the beginning of the month of March, the heat has started to be felt. Meanwhile, it is being said that in most parts of the country, there will be an outbreak of heat in the coming months. The Indian Meteorological Department has released the summer forecast.
Temperature will be higher than normal
According to the Meteorological Department, apart from north and northeast India, day temperatures will be above normal in the eastern and western parts of the country. Explain that the department has released the summer forecast for three months on Monday, March, April and May. According to IMD, this year, except South and Central India, the temperature in most parts of the country including North India can remain above one degree above normal.
Has started feeling from now on
With the beginning of March, its prospects have also started showing. It is being told that on Tuesday, March 1, the temperature in north and central India was three to six degrees above normal. Let us tell you that the forecast for the summer is being issued by the department for five consecutive years. But the special thing in this is that the prediction made by the department regarding the heat has also proved to be correct.
Heat will persecute in Madhya Pradesh
According to the Meteorological Department, this year, in Madhya Pradesh including Bhopal, Indore, day temperature is expected to be 0.5 degree above normal while night temperature is likely to be one degree higher. The department has forecast that people in eastern Madhya Pradesh, including Jabalpur, Sagar, will feel more hot during the day. The temperature here can remain up to one degree above normal. At the same time, along with heat in the months of April and May in the capital, the heat of Loo will also suffer.
Drought in India will increase intensity
Not only this, due to climate change happening around the world, the intensity of future drought will increase in India, which will have a negative impact on crop production, increase the demand for irrigation and increase the exploitation of ground water. This has been claimed in a study by researchers at IIT Gandhinagar.