The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said strong winds are likely to prevail during the day in the national capital on May 10, which will push the maximum temperature in Delhi to 38 degrees Celsius. The IMD has also predicted a minimum temperature of 23 degrees Celsius in Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh and a similar high temperature in Delhi.
On the other hand, IMD has forecast lightning accompanied by strong winds over Kerala, Karnataka, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Coastal Karnataka.
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According to IMD, strong wind is likely to prevail over Andaman and Nicobar Islands on Wednesday. The Meteorological Department has predicted wind speed of 55-65 kmph gusting to 75 kmph and advised fishermen not to venture into southeast, east-central and west-central Bay of Bengal Is.
The IMD has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall over the islands and over south Karnataka and Kerala over the next three days.
The weather is likely to remain pleasant with thunder and lightning over Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand during the next two days. Thunderstorm and lightning likely over Northeast India including Arunachal Pradesh and Assam on May 14.
According to IMD, there is a possibility of unseasonal and fresh snowfall in many areas of Western Himalayas. This comes after fresh snowfall in the second week of May in parts of Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh.
According to the IMD, heat wave conditions are likely to be experienced at isolated places over Bihar and parts of Gangetic West Bengal and Sikkim. According to IMD, the situation is expected to continue for the next three days.
According to IMD, the minimum temperature on May 9 was above normal in many states including West Bengal, Sikkim, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Nagaland, Mizoram, Odisha, Ladakh and Kerala. The minimum temperature in Jammu and Kashmir was five degrees Celsius below normal.
In view of a cyclonic circulation over southeast Bay of Bengal, the IMD issued a warning for the central Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea on 10 May.
According to IMD, the low pressure area concentrated into a depression yesterday (Tuesday) with a wind speed of 45 to 55 kmph. It was blowing wind at a speed of 65 km per hour in the southeast Bay of Bengal.