IMD problems Northwest India is under an orange warning.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an orange alert for North-West India on Sunday, with a Red warning for Rajasthan . Yesterday, 48.8-degree Celcius temperature was recorded from areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh and Delhi that also reached 47 degrees Celsius .

New Delhi, India, May 15: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an orange alert for North-West India on Sunday, with a Red warning for Rajasthan.For an intense period of the heatwave, we've issued a Red Alert for Rajasthan, and a Yellow Alert for tomorrow.We have issued an Orange alert for Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, eastern Madhya Pradesh, and Delhi, according to Naresh Kumar, a senior scientist at IMD.He further stated, Yesterday, 48.8-degree Celcius temperature was recorded from areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh and Delhi that also reached 47 degrees Celsius.If you consider Rajasthan, it also crossed 48 degrees.

Vidarbha said he also suffered the heatwave conditions.In relation to the weather, he predicted that the approaching western storm would impact Northwest India.Starting today, the clouds can be seen in certain parts of Jammu and Kashmir.We can also expect a drastic decrease in the temperature after 24 hours, which would eventually improve the status of a severe heatwave in northwest India, particularly in Punjab, Haryana, and Rajasthan.The weather conditions in the aforesaid state are expected to improve from Monday.