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For the last 13 to 15 days, heat wave conditions are prevailing in many parts of North-West India. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted some relief from heat wave around April 12, which will last for the next 4-5 days. In the next 2 days, heat wave may reach severe levels in different parts of Punjab, South Haryana and Delhi.

The scorching heat continued to wreak havoc in Delhi for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert in Delhi on Monday. IMD issues four types of weather warnings. Green Alert does not require any action. Alert in Yellow Alert, while stay in Orange Alert. Action should be taken when red alert is issued.

When the maximum temperature is above 40 °C and the minimum is 4.5 °C above the normal, a heat wave is declared in the plains. If the temperature remains 6.4°C above normal, a severe heat wave is declared. The Sports Complex station was the hottest place in the city with a maximum temperature of 44.1 degree Celsius. The temperature remained above 42 degrees at most places.

The Meteorological Department said that more severe and continuous heat waves are expected in April over Northwest India and adjoining parts of Central India. Mahesh Palawat, vice-president (meteorology and climate change), Skymet Weather, said that it is estimated that the maximum temperature has crossed 45 degrees in some parts of northwest India in the first 10 days of April.

The pre-monsoon season has started from March 1. The country has received 46 per cent less rainfall during this period. North-West India is 91%, Central India 82%, Southern Peninsula 2% and East and East and North India have no shortage. Out of 36 sub-divisions, 20 sub-divisions and 60% of sub-divisional areas have recorded rainfall deficit of more than 60%.

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