breaking news Weather Update | Imd predicts rainy spells over northwest India this week, heavy rain hits Bengaluru
IMD also added that a heat wave is likely to occur in southern Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal until May 22. Trees were uprooted in several parts of Bangalore after heavy rain in the city on Sunday.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Sunday that rainy spells are likely over northwestern India from May 23-25. 22.
On Sunday. Najafgarh in Delhi recorded 46.3 degrees Celsius as its highest temperature, while Pitampura and Narela recorded 45 degrees Celsius. Palam, on the other hand, reported 43.8 degrees Celsius as the maximum temperature and Ayangagar reported 33 degrees Celsius.
In the meantime. Trees were uprooted in several parts of Bangalore after heavy rain in the city on Sunday.
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