Pune: Heat Waves Between April And June; IMD Appeals To Take Necessary Precautions

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Pune, 3rd April 2023: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the country will experience a long-lasting heat wave between April and June. According to the IMD report, temperatures in the city are likely to remain above average by the end of this month and throughout the summer.

The Meteorological Department has predicted a heat wave in most parts of central, eastern, and northwestern India from April to June. The forecast includes most parts of Maharashtra, including Pune, which is likely to experience higher-than-normal temperatures during the summer.

Weather experts have said that almost half of Maharashtra, including Konkan, Madhya Maharashtra, parts of Marathwada, and some districts of Vidarbha, will feel the impact of the heat wave. Citizens of Pune are also expected to suffer from extreme heat.

Head of the IMD department’s weather forecasting, Anupam Kashyapi, expressed his opinion that while the maximum temperature in the city is rising and will continue to rise for the next 72 hours, it will not be as intense as a heat wave. Therefore, the city will not be immediately affected by the heat wave.

The Meteorological Department has also released a forecast for unseasonal rainfall in April 2023, predicting that the entire country will receive normal rainfall (88-112 per cent) during this period. The northwest, central, and peninsular areas are expected to receive normal to above-normal rainfall. However, less than normal rainfall is expected in East and Northeast India, as well as some parts of the West Coast of India.


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