According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the main areas of India are likely to receive a new wave of rain in the next two days.
New Delhi: The United Nations’ World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has issued a warning about the growing possibility of warming in the equatorial Pacific, known as El Nino, over the coming months. next. El Nino is associated with increased global temperatures and is likely to affect monsoons in India. According to the WMO forecast, 60% of the EI Nino is expected to appear by the end of July and will increase to 80% by the end of September. El Nino is a climate phenomenon that increases the sea surface temperature in the central region. and the eastern Pacific.
Meanwhile, India’s Meteorological Department has predicted a cyclone over the Southeast Gulf on May 6 on Thursday. It will lead to the formation of a low pressure area over the same area on May 7.
Weather details for the next five days
According to the MeT department, Northwestern India is likely to see a new wave of rain starting May 5. The Western Himalayas region could see snowfall, while scattered rainfall is likely to fall. down north-west India in the next two to three days.
Residents of Central India could see scattered or isolated rainfall accompanied by gusts, lightning and thunderstorms over the next four days.
According to the forecast, scattered to quite extensive rain accompanied by lightning, thunderstorms or strong winds is likely to affect South India in the next 4 days.
The IMD has predicted a light to moderate shower with gusty winds over the northeastern part of India for the next two days. Meanwhile, parts of Arunachal Pradesh are likely to receive heavy rainfall on May 4 and 5. Likewise, a heavy downpour is expected to hit Assam and Meghalaya on May 4.
Minimum and maximum temperature
According to data collected by the meteorological bureau, most parts of the country saw maximum temperatures below 37°C on Wednesday, 3–6°C below normal.
The maximum temperature is forecast to increase and may increase close to normal in the next 5 days across the country.
Coastal West Bengal and coastal Odisha are likely to see 2-4°C above-normal temperatures.