Above Normal Temp to Continue in April: IMD

NEW DELHI:
Riding on the second warmth wave persevering with over massive components of northwest and central India, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday mentioned for April, related above normal most temperatures are probably to be recorded in most components of northwest and central India and a few components of northeast India.

Normal to under normal most temperatures are probably over remaining components of the nation, the IMD mentioned, including that above normal minimal temperatures are probably over most components of northwest, central and northeast India whereas normal to under normal temperature are probably over most components of northwest, central and northeast India.

Normal to under normal minimal temperatures are probably over the south peninsular India, jap components of central India and excessive southern a part of northeast India, IMD Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra mentioned whereas asserting the Outlook for Temperature and Rainfall for April.

March witnessed two spells of warmth waves, first between March 11-21 whereas second began on March 26 and continues to be persevering with.

Meanwhile, besides coastal peninsular areas, virtually all of India obtained deficit rainfall in March.

IMD mentioned, the rainfall in April averaged over the nation is more than likely to be normal (89-111 per cent of Long Period Average).

Below normal rainfall is more than likely to happen over most areas of northwest and central India and a few components of northeast India. Normal to above normal rainfall is probably going over many components of south Peninsula, adjoining areas of west central India and a few components of northeast India, he mentioned.

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