Rainfall alert: IMD issues rain alert for coming 5 days in these states
Weather update: In many states, the temperature is being recorded much higher than normal for the past few days. Some parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan, the mercury is reaching beyond 38-39 degrees.
IMD has given a slight relief as some states will receive rain and strong winds and has also issued a warning regarding this. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert regarding rain in many states for the next 5 days.
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The weather may worsen next 5 days
The IMD has predicted the possibility of western disturbance becoming active, due to which strong winds along with rain can occur in the western Himalayan regions till March 14. Apart from this, IMD has predicted rain in South, Central and East India from March 15 to 17.
According to information, IMD had issued a thunderstorm warning with light rain in parts of Punjab and Rajasthan apart from the western Himalayan regions. Apart from this, it may rain in Gujarat till March 14, in some areas of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh till March 16. IMD has predicted rains till March 17 in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, East Gujarat, Odisha, West Bengal and Jharkhand.
There will also be a slight relief for the people in national capital Delhi (Delhi Weather) was recorded at 34.1 degree Celsius on Sunday (March 12), which is five degrees above the average temperature of this season and it was the hottest day of this season so far.
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- With inputs from agencies