Mah simmers at 47.8 deg C, severe heat waves very likely across west & south India

Mah simmers at 47.8 deg C, severe heat waves very likely across west & south India


Pune, May 29 : During next 48 hours,conditions are becoming favorable for further advancement of southwest monsoon into some parts of Maldives-Comorin area, south Bay of Bengal, Andaman Islands,and north Andaman Sea .

Day temperatures were above normal in some parts of Assam,Meghalaya,Odisha,west Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, east Rajasthan,east Madhya Pradesh,Gujarat State,Chhattisgarh and in remaining parts of Gangetic West Bengal,east Uttar Pradesh,west Rajasthan, west Madhya Pradesh, madhya Maharashtra, Telangana,Tamil Nadu,and south interior Karnataka.

Day temperatures were appreciably above normal in Rayalaseema,north interior Karnataka and in some parts of Gangetic West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand,east Uttar Pradesh,west Rajasthan,west Madhya Pradesh,madhya Maharashtra,Tamil Nadu,south interior Karnataka and in remaining parts of Kerala.

Day temperatures were markedly above normal in some parts of Kerala.
Day temperatures were normal over rest of the country.The highest maximum temperature recorded over the plains was 47.8 degrees celsius in Chandrapur of Vidarbha in Maharashtra.

Heat waves to severe heat waves swept across some parts of Vidarbha,east Madhya Pradesh,Marathwada,and Telangana.Heavy rainfall is very likely to lash at isolated places in Assam,Meghalaya,Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim,north coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Heat waves to severe heat waves very likely to sweep across isolated pockets of east and west Uttar Pradesh,Vidarbha,east and west Rajasthan,Marathwada ,Jharkhand, Bihar,Haryana, east and west Madhya Pradesh,Saurashtra and Kutch,madhya Maharashtra,Telangana,Rayalaseema,and Tamil Nadu.

Thunderstorm along with gusty winds very likely at isolated places in Chhattisgarh, coastal Andhra Pradesh,Tamil Nadu,Assam,Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura,Jharkhand,Odisha,West Bengal,Sikkim,Kerala,south interior Karnataka, Rayalaseema,and Lakshadweep.

Strong winds with speed reaching up to 40-50 kmph very likely to prevail over Andaman Sea and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal.Squall weather likely to prevail over southeast Arabian Sea hence fishermen are advised not to venture into this area during next 24 hours.

Rain or thundershowers occurred at many places in Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim,south interior Karnataka,Kerala,Andaman and Nicobar Islands and at isolated places in Assam,Meghalaya,Odisha,coastal Andhra Pradesh,Rayalaseema,Tamil Nadu,Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland,Manipur,Mizoram,Tripura,Gangetic West Bengal,Jharkhand,west Madhya Pradesh,Chhattisgarh,and Telangana.

Mainly dry weather prevailed in Bihar,east Madhya Pradesh,Vidarbha,Gujarat State,Konkan and Goa,madhya Maharashtra,Marathwada,coastal and north interior Karnataka,and Lakshadweep.  UNI