The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of heat waves at isolated locations in the Northern region, with strong winds at speeds of 30 to 40 km per hour in isolated locations in western UP.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday warned of heatwave conditions at separate locations in the state, with wind speeds of up to 30 to 40 km per hour. Over western UP.
Banda is the hottest place in Uttar Pradesh, with a maximum temperature of 46.2 degrees Celsius. Pragya Raj follows 45.6, Agra 45.2, Kanpur City 44.8, Jhansi 44.7, Fatehpur 44.6, Orai 44.5, Sultanpur and Fursatganj 44.4, Varanasi 44 degrees Celsius.
The maximum temperature has risen to 6.2 degrees Celsius.
The maximum and minimum temperatures in the state’s capital, Lucknow, were recorded at 43.6 and 30.7 degrees Celsius, respectively. According to the IMD Bulletin, daytime and night temperatures are 4.7 and 3.9 degrees Celsius above normal.
An official who met on Sunday said there was no significant change in daytime and nighttime temperatures in the state capital.
In its latest report, Greenpeace India analyzed data from AccuWeather to study April’s average temperature rise in the 10 capital cities of India. The status of heat waves in 2022 is compared with data from 2021 to show the increasing intensity of the global warming-induced crisis. As expected, cities located in the plains and hilly areas showed a sharp increase in the intensity of heat waves, while the coastal cities did relatively well.
Lucknow recorded a maximum temperature range of 40-42 ° C in April 2021 compared to 40-45 ° C in April 2022. Temperatures above 40 ° C have been recorded since April 1, 2022, compared to April 5, 2021. These high temperatures were experienced for 27 days in 2022 compared to 11 days in 2021.