New Delhi [India], May 26 (ANI): Dr Naresh Kumar, Scientist, India Meteorological Department on Tuesday said that heatwave conditions are likely to prevail over Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and a few other parts of the country for the next two days.
He further said that the temperature in these states will come down after two days because of a Western Disturbance (WD) affecting the Himalayan region.
"Severe heatwave is prevailing in many parts of the country. It is likely to continue mainly for the next 2 days. Red alert is given to Haryana, West MP, Vidarbha and Rajasthan. After 2 days there will be a slight fall in temperature due to WD," he said while speaking to ANI in New Delhi.
ML Sahu, Regional Meteorological centre, Nagpur also speaking to ANI, said a red-alert has been issued for Vidarbha for the next three days and an orange alert for Chhattisgarh for the next two days.
"Red Alert issued for Vidarbha for three days, temperature expected to go down on day five. Red alert issued for two days in West and East MP, temperature expected to go down after 3 days. Orange alert issued for 2 days in Chhattisgarh," Sahu informed. (ANI)