Red Alert: IMD Warns of Severe Heatwave Across India

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New Delhi : A large part of India remained troubled by scorching heat and suffocating humidity on Monday. Maximum temperatures reached 45 degrees Celsius, putting pressure on power grids and prompting health warnings from government agencies. On one hand, heat wave is going on in many parts of the country, while on the other hand, there is heavy snowfall in Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal and Kashmir weather will be like this today

There has been continuous rain, hailstorm and snowfall in the upper areas in Himachal Pradesh for the last two days. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert regarding rain for today (April 30). The weather may remain bad at some places even on May 1. At the same time, all schools will remain closed in Jammu and Kashmir today (Tuesday) due to heavy rain. However, from today the weather will improve in the valley.

There will be severe heat in these states including UP

IMD has issued a warning of severe heat and heat wave in many districts of Uttar Pradesh for April 30, and light rain may also occur at many places in UP. Due to the scorching heat, schools up to class eight in Jharkhand and schools and colleges in Kerala have been closed.

India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that there is a possibility of extreme heat in eastern India till May 1 and in the south peninsular region for the next five days. The weather office has issued a red alert, warning that extreme heat may scorch parts of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Bengal and Odisha in the next two to three days.

Orange alert has been issued for parts of Telangana, Karnataka and Sikkim. On Monday, the temperature in Kalaikunda (Bengal) and Kandala (Kerala) was 45.4 degrees Celsius (8.6 degrees above normal), Nandyal (Andhra Pradesh) 45 degrees Celsius, Shekhpura (Bihar) 44 degrees Celsius and Baripada (Odisha) 44.8 degrees Celsius. Celsius reached.

Two people died in Kerala due to heat wave

Two people have died in Kerala due to heat wave. A Palakkad health official said the 90-year-old woman was found dead in a canal in Elappully village on Sunday. In the post-mortem, burn marks were found on his body, which confirmed heat stroke.

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