March started with more heat than previous years
Except for 2021 and 2016 during the last decade, the temperature hardly reaches this level in March only after March 15. Sometimes the temperature reaches this level in the last week of March. The beginning of March this year has been warmer than in the past few years. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature on Monday was 30.5 degrees. This is three degrees more than normal. And the minimum temperature was 15 degrees. This is two degrees more than normal. The humidity level in the air ranged from 32 to 90 percent.
No chance of rain for a week
Partly cloudy sky is possible on Tuesday. The maximum temperature will be 31 and the minimum temperature will be 14 degrees. There is no possibility of rain for the next six-seven days. Even on March 8, the maximum temperature can remain up to 31 and minimum up to 16 degrees. After this the temperature will increase continuously. On March 9 and 10, it can increase up to 32 degrees. At the same time, the minimum temperature will be 14 to 15 degrees. On March 11, it can increase to the level of 33 and 14 degrees. And on March 12, it can rise to 34 degrees. The minimum temperature can also remain around 15 degrees. The temperature has not yet reached the level of 34 degrees this season.
Rain in parts of central India till March 8
According to IMD, due to Western Disturbance, light to moderate rains may occur over parts of central India till March 8. It will rain in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan etc. At the same time, there may be hailstorm with strong winds in some places. These activities can happen on March 7 in East Rajasthan, West Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Maharashtra etc. There will be light clouds in the capital during this period. No rain is expected.
PM Modi has also done high level meeting
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a high-level meeting on Monday regarding the heat and monsoon in many states across the country. The meeting took place at his residence where he took an update from the officials on preparations for the coming season. In view of the weather, PM Modi directed that professional doctors, municipal and panchayat authorities and disaster response teams should be alerted. Children in schools should be made aware with the help of multimedia lectures in case of excessive heat.
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