Heatwave show their impact on middle India and North India in June where temperatures are 5-6 degrees above normal. The seriousness of this impact is visible in Bihar where 22 people died because of the excessive heat. Bihar is not the only place, people of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab are also facing consequences and difficulty carrying out daily activities. The rising temperature is a matter of concern as the meteorological department declares a red alert for these states.

Heatwave To Continue For 12 More Days In The North And Mid India

How Long Will Heatwave Continue In Delhi And North India?

Heatwave is going on in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh. It is difficult for the residents of these states to carry out their daily chores as excessive heat is taking a toll on the individual’s health. The meteorological department declares a red alert for the above states. 22 people lost their lives in the battle with the heating temperatures in Bihar. The question arises when will his heatwave be over? The monsoon is currently in the West Bengal. However, the monsoon must reach these states to overcome heat waves. Otherwise, the states will continue to face difficulty. Only monsoon is the cure for the heatwave. Rain showers or dust storms can only provide temporary relief for a day.

Delhi expects to have light showers which will relieve the hearing city for a day. If we talk about the temperatures, the states are showing excessive heat on the temperature records. Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh records the hottest weather and temperatures reaching above 47 degrees Celsius. Punjab is currently at an average temperature of 42 degrees Celsius with some cities touching 44 degrees as well. While Haryana has a temperature of 44 degrees today. While the national capital has 43 degrees Celsius with haze and cloudy weather. States like Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have 43 degrees and 41 degrees temperatures respectively.

The meteorological department expects the people to get relief soon. However, there are yet 12 days estimated for the monsoon to reach Delhi. It will continue to Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab. The weather is continuously changing. The heatwaves also result from the increasing vegetation and extinction of the Thar Desert. The desert area now has several types of vegetation that affect the rainfall. Several other reasons are causing the heatwaves. However, it is better to take precautions before going out. Also, keep yourself hydrated to avoid heat wave attacks and try to wear loose clothes and avoid drinks like coffee and tea.

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