Yellow alert of weather issued for Haryana residents

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Temperature will increase by 29 May and heat wave will prevail, on 30 and 31 May, there is possibility of hailstorm and drizzle

Temperature will increase by 29 May and heat wave will prevail, on 30 and 31 May, there is possibility of hailstorm and drizzle

The maximum temperature has reached 41.8 degrees, now days as well as nights have begun to heat up.

Due to the hot winds coming from Rajasthan, the heat outbreak in Haryana has started increasing rapidly. The maximum temperature reached 41.8 degrees on Wednesday and similar weather is expected for the next two to three days. The maximum temperature was 41.8 in Hisar, 41.3 degree in Sirsa, 40.7 degree in Ambala, 40.4 degree in Karnal. The night temperature in Sirsa reached 26.0 degrees. That is, with the day, the nights are also heating up.

According to scientists of HAU’s Agricultural Meteorological Department, the weather is expected to remain dry and warm in the state till May 29. Daytime temperatures will rise and dusty winds are expected. During this maximum temperature can also exceed 43 degrees. After this, there will be a change in the weather. The weather will change again on 30 and 31 May. During this time, the Meteorological Department has issued a Yellow Alert of Andherd and Drizzle.

Here, on the second day of Nautapa, the maximum temperature reached close to 42 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. The highest temperature in the state was recorded at 41.8 degree Celsius in Hisar. Barring Bhiwani, the maximum temperature in most districts of the state was above 40 degrees Celsius. Bhiwani recorded a temperature of 39.6 degrees Celsius. Hot winds moved at a speed of about 5 kilometers per hour throughout the day.