January 19, 2022

Temperature will be above normal in this summer from March to May in North India


This time in Delhi-NCR, the month of February has made it feel like April-May. This is the second time since 1901 when February has been the hottest. This time the average maximum temperature of February in the capital was 27.9 degree Celsius.

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February has given signal, it will take more months in North India (Photo Credit: News Nation)

highlights

  • The maximum temperature recorded in the month of February was 27.9 degree Celsius.
  • The maximum temperature during the month of February was on average four degrees above normal.
  • The seasonal temperature in North India will be above normal during March to May.

New Delhi:

Indian Weather : This time in Delhi-NCR, the month of February has made it feel like April-May. This is the second time since 1901 when February has been the hottest. This time the average maximum temperature of February in the capital was 27.9 degree Celsius. Earlier in the year 1960, the same temperature was recorded in February. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Tuesday that the seasonal temperature in North India will be above normal during March to May. IMD said this in a ‘seasonal outlook’ prepared for the sub-division average temperature for the summer season from March to May.

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According to IMD’s National Weather Forecasting Center, in addition to North India, seasonal temperatures will be above normal in Northwest and Northeast India, some divisions in the eastern and western parts of Central India and some coastal divisions of North Peninsular India. However, as per the ‘Seasonal Outlook’ report, the maximum temperature is likely to be in most of the divisions of South Peninsula and adjoining Central India.

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In addition, mercury exceeding the normal seasonal minimum temperature is likely to remain in most of the divisions of North India, the foothills of the Himalayas, the northeastern western part of central India and the southern part of peninsular India.

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Below normal season, most of the divisions in the eastern part of central India and some of the extreme northern part of the country are likely to remain. Significantly, the month of February was the second warmest season in the national capital after 1901. The maximum temperature during the month was an average of four degrees above normal, making it exceptionally hot.



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First Published : 02 Mar 2021, 06:19:15 PM

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