The national meteorological department predicted heat waves in India between March and May...
The heatwave continues to rage throughout India, including Delhi
, Bihar, and West Bengal. A heatwave warning has been issued by the Indian Meteorological Department for numerous sections of the nation.
On April 18, the highest temperature in Delhi surpassed 40°C for the fourth day in a row.
The MeT (Indian Meteorological Department)office forecasted above-normal maximum temperatures for most of the nation from April to June, with the exception of the northwest and peninsular areas, earlier this month.
Authorities in regions of India have closed schools for a week due to temperatures of more than 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).
Scientists have connected the early commencement of a severe summer to climate change, and more than a billion people in India and adjacent Pakistan are at risk of high heat.
A heatwave is defined when the highest temperature exceeds 40°C and the variation from normal is at least considered of 4.5 degrees.