The scorching heat wave in Hyderabad shows no signs of relief as the mercury continues to climb, reaching a staggering 42.6 degrees Celsius on the 19th of May, Friday. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) and the Hyderabad Weather Forecast, the state would continue to witness the same for the next few days. Furthermore, among the city’s various localities, Khairatabad has emerged as the… read-more
After rains in Hyderabad, the city is set to witness extreme heat and heatwaves for the next five days, confirmed the Hyderabad Weather Department. In addition, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) also issued a yellow alert for the citizens of Hyderabad, asking them to take the necessary health precaution, as the temperature in the State is likely to rise to 40 degrees Celsius.
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The Indian Meteorological Department issued an Orange alert and Yellow alert, in Telangana and Hyderabad. The weather department forecasted heavy downpours in the Telugu state for the next two days, April 7 and 8. Notably, the rainfall started on April 5, in several regions of Telangana, creating troubles like waterlogging, power cuts and others. The situation is expected to continue for next two-days, with no relief in the rising… read-more
Dismissing the reports of food grains import, the Union Government and Department of Food & Public Distribution said, India has no plans of importing wheat. On August 21, the government said, "The country has sufficient stocks to meet our domestic requirements and FCI has enough stock for public distribution". Although severe heat waves earlier this year affected crops, especially wheat, there is no shortage in India for people.
According to a new study, an "extreme heat belt," with at least one-day per year when heat index exceeds 125 degrees Fahrenheit (52 degrees Celsius). First Street Foundation conducted the study, which employed a peer-reviewed model developed in collaboration with public. The analysis found temperatures beyond National Weather Service's highest rating, "Extreme Danger," were anticipated to affect 8.1 million people in 2023 and climb to 107… read-more
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United Kingdom heatwave is likely to stop on August 15, according to Met Office forecasts. Except for the north of Scotland, the Met Office has issued yellow alerts for thunderstorms until August 16. The Met Office predicts that rain will fall on the ground and flow off, perhaps causing flash floods. The unexpected shift in weather is caused by a change in air pressure, Dan Stroud, Met Office meteorologist stated.
Since the onset of the heatwave a week ago, wildfires have burned over 22,000 hectares of woods and brush throughout Spain. Temperatures in southern and southwestern Spain exceed 44 degrees Celsius, while the remainder of the nation averages about 40 degrees Celsius. So far, no fatalities have been recorded as a result of the flames, but three firefighters have been sent to the hospital for treatment.
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According to the India Meteorological Department, Delhi has seen 25 days with a maximum temperature of 42 degrees Celsius this summer season, the most since 2012. With a monthly average maximum temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius, Delhi had its second warmest April since 1951. This year, the city has had six heatwaves, the deadliest of which occurred in mid-May, when temperatures reached 49 degrees Celsius in certain areas.
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Mumbai and the Konkan region of Maharashtra witnessed relief from scorching heat as the southwestern monsoon arrived in the City, on June 12. The forecast confirmed Mumbai rains, cloudy skies and thunderstorms in the city, and heavy rainfall in isolated places. Furthermore, a high tide of 4.25 meters was witnessed at 10.19 am in Mumbai and a low tide of 1.88 meters is likely to occur at 4.09 pm.
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Heatwaves abated slightly on June 10, according to India Meteorological Department, and maximum temperatures are expected to drop by two-three degrees by next week. Due to an influx of hot and dry westerly winds, Northwest and Central India have been experiencing a heatwave from June 2. In sections of Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, Jharkhand, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh, heatwave conditions persisted. Temperatures… read-more
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