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Heat wave likely to recede in Central India from May 29 onwards: IMD

The IMD predicted that maximum temepratures in North India likely to recede from May 28

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BS Web Team New Delhi
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday predicted that maximum temepratures in North India likely to recede from May 28 due to the Western Disturbance and east-west trough.

"Under the influence of a Western Disturbance and an east-west trough in lower levels and likely occurrence of rain/thunderstorms from 28th-30th May, maximum temperatures over plains of north India likely to recede from 28th onwards," the IMD noted.


The IMD also added that heat wave conditions are also likely to reduce from May 29

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First Published: May 27 2020 | 8:34 PM IST

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