Maharashtra polls are likely to be held in an above-average temperature

Maharashtra polls are likely to be held in an above-average temperature

Maharashtra polls are likely to be held in an above-average temperature

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The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heat waves and unseasonal rainfall in the state during the Lok Sabha elections.

There will be five phases of voting in Maharashtra: April 19, 26, May 7, 13, and 20. Baramati will cast its ballots on May 7, while Pune, Maval, and Shirur will hold elections on May 13.

According to the IMD’s extended long-range temperature report released on March 1 and the rainfall forecast for this year’s summer, which runs from March to May, both the minimum and maximum temperatures are probably going to be above average.

As per IMD, the temperature will spike in March end and it will stay above average in April and May. Heat waves are predicted to occur in some areas of Marathwada and Vidarbha all summer long. For the entire duration of the summer, Pune is also expected to experience above-average minimum and maximum temperatures.

According to the IMD, there will probably be more heatwaves in central Maharashtra and Marathwada during the summer months. While Konkan has a very low probability of heatwave conditions, Vidarbha is expected to experience fewer heat waves.

According to the probability forecast, between March and May, above-average unseasonal rainfall is anticipated in the majority of central Maharashtra, Marathwada, and certain regions of Vidarbha. Sea surface temperatures (SSTs) are above normal over most of the equatorial Pacific Ocean, and El Niño conditions are currently prevalent over the region.

Pune had a typical Saturday temperature. The data indicates that Shivajinagar experienced a maximum temperature of 35.4 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of 15.2 degrees Celsius.

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