Heatwave In India: Summers Will Continue To Trouble Masses For Two More Days In Eastern India; IMD Predicts Rainfall In Uttarakhand, MP-REPORTS

The weather office forecasted that the heatwave conditions will continue to prevail in isolated pockets of Bihar on Thursday

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Heatwave In India: Summers Will Continue To Trouble Masses For Two More Days In Eastern India; IMD Predicts Rainfall In Uttarakhand, MP-REPORTS
The summer heatwave continues to prevail over a slew of Eastern Indian states like Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha for one or two more days. The maximum temperature is likely to take a dip by a few degrees thereafter the Met office said on Wednesday. 

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an ‘orange alert’ warning the masses to be prepared for the warning of severe heatwave conditions, in the next two days in Motihari, Sitamarhi, Begusarai, Khagaria and Banka districts of Bihar. 

The weather office forecasted that the heatwave conditions will continue to prevail in isolated pockets of Bihar on Thursday. 

A Latestly report further revealed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday directed officials of all districts to make elaborate arrangements amid the prevailing heat wave conditions in the state.

The severe heatwave conditions are likely to continue over Bankura, Purulia, Paschim Bardhaman, Jhargram and Birbhum districts in the southern part of West Bengal till Thursday and heatwave conditions in these places on Friday.

Heatwave conditions continued unabated in major parts of Jharkhand with the mercury hovering between 39 degrees Celsius and 44 degrees C. In Odisha, a similar condition prevailed at one or two places in the districts of Cuttack, Khurda and Mayurbhanj. Nawarangpur district witnessed light rainfall, the Met office said. 

The Tripura government has identified heatwave, sunstroke and sunburn as disasters, amid scorching heat in most parts of the northeastern state, an official notification said as reported by Latestly. 

Meanwhile, heavy rainfall has been projected in isolated places of Arunachal Pradesh till Saturday and in Assam and Meghalaya on Friday and Saturday.

Dry northwesterly wind-induced heatwave conditions will continue to prevail over south Bengal and parts of north Bengal till Friday, the Met office said on Wednesday, while holding out the possibility of some relief thereafter with the maximum temperatures likely to dip by two to three degrees thereafter.

Heatwave conditions are likely to prevail over the other districts of south Bengal, apart from Malda, Uttar Dinajpur and Dakshin Dinajpur in north Bengal till Friday, it said.

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