No rain in sight, heat wave to continue

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The high-temperature alert of India Meteorological Department (IMD) will continue within the coming days. As in keeping with IMD, dry weather will succeed over the state within the coming days.

According to IMD, the utmost temperature will likely be 2-4 degrees Celsius above normal in districts comparable to Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Palakkad and Kozhikode on Monday and it's going to be 2-3 degrees Celsius above normal in Pathanamthitta, Ernakulam, Idukki, Thrissur, Malappuram, Kannur and Kasargode districts.

The Kerala Disaster Management Authority has urged other folks to avoid going out within the solar between 11am and 3pm as chances of sunstroke and sunburn are excessive. Parents have been urged to stay a take a look at on kids, who would possibly go out all over the afternoon.

Adding to the excessive temperature, summer season rainfall is in large part deficient within the state. Since March 1, the summer season rainfall has been recording a 65% deficiency. Against the standard 59.5 mm rainfall, the state has received best 20.8 mm rainfall until Sunday. Highest deficiency (99%) is recorded in Kasaragod, closely adopted by Palakkad (97%). Districts comparable to Kannur (96%), Kozhikode (93%) and Thiruvananthapuram (91%) are recording a big deficiency in rains.

Meanwhile, IMD will issue the primary long-range forecast for southwest monsoon on Monday. The long-range forecast is the most important as it's going to quilt the effect of El Nino. Presence of a powerful El Nino, a climate trend that describes the peculiar warming of surface water of Pacific Ocean, would possibly weaken the southwest monsoon. However, an instantaneous correlation between El Nino and monsoon has no longer been confirmed to this point.
No rain in sight, heat wave to continue No rain in sight, heat wave to continue Reviewed by Kailash on April 16, 2019 Rating: 5
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