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IMD Predicted Thunderstorm in North Western Himalayan States on Sunday

IMD Predicted Thunderstorm in North Western Himalayan States on Sunday: Well, as you may know, that temperature is getting high and so many parts of western India are affected by the heat wave conditions. Also, the Indian Meteorological Department predicted that some places of North Western India or Himalayan states of Uttarakhand, Jammu, and Kashmir, and Himachal Pradesh are going to get another thunderstorm or heavy rain in next two days from Sunday. Overall, some states may only see thunderstorm but it is going to affect whole North India’s Temperature.

IMD Predicted Thunderstorm in North Western Himalayan States on Sunday

Sources are saying that the IMD said thunderstorm and its subsequent effects on plains in north India is due to a new western disturbance from Sunday. Western disturbance originates in the Mediterranean Sea that brings sudden rains to north-western parts of India. Also, the department confirmed that heat wave conditions prevailed in parts of Rajasthan, west Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha region are going to be down in upcoming days.

Even though, IMD’s Nagpur division issued a severe heat wave warning for Chandrapur district in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra for Saturday and Sunday.  Also, the reports are coming that on Friday; Chandrapur recorded the highest maximum temperature in the country at 47.3 degrees Celsius. Even some areas of Vidarbha such as Akola, Amravati, Nagpur, Wardha, and Yavatmal are expected to experience heatwave conditions for the next five days from Saturday.

Also, you all should know that some cities such as and other nearby cities are going to see heat wave in upcoming days. Even on Saturday, we have seen 44 degrees mark on temperature and local municipal bodies declared alerts for residents to stay indoors during the afternoon. On Saturday, Surendranagar in Saurashtra peninsula was the hottest place in Gujarat, recording 44.3°C, followed by Ahmedabad which recorded 44°C.