The heat wave will increase in the state from today, the temperature will increase by 4-5 degrees
- At present, the highest temperature was recorded in Bhuj at 37.4 degrees
- The heat wave will also increase in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar
- Ahmedabad recorded a temperature of 36.7 degrees yesterday
The heat has increased in Gujarat at the beginning of March itself. In which the temperature has crossed 37 degrees in many cities. People have been in trouble since the beginning of summer due to higher than normal temperatures. Due to the dry climate in the state, the heat wave has also increased. Along with this, according to the weather forecast, the temperature will also increase by 4-5 degrees in the coming time. El-Nino Southern Oscillation conditions will occur from March to May this year and due to this heat will increase.
Heat will increase in Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar
According to the information, the heat wave can be seen increasing in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar along with the state. At present, the highest temperature is recorded in Bhuj at 37.4 degrees, while in Ahmedabad, the temperature had crossed 36 degrees yesterday. Heat is likely to increase in the coming time.
The heat wave will last till May
El-Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) will occur during March to May this year. Earlier in 2016 there was an El Nino condition and 2016 was the warmest year on record. But, this time the record of 2016 is also likely to be broken. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has warned that with the activation of El Nino in a month or two, there will be an increase in heat all over the world. Especially in countries like India, the heat will take an enormous form. WMO Secretary-General Petri Talas said the world is set to enter an El Niño state soon this year, which will lead to a drastic increase in global temperatures and extreme heat.
What are El-Nino and La-Nina?
El-Nino and La-Nina are natural phenomena, which are a natural part of the global climate system. Such events occur when there is a change in the general state of the Pacific Ocean and its upper atmosphere. El Nino conditions are created when the surface temperature of the central and eastern Pacific Ocean in the tropics rises 4 to 5 degrees Celsius above normal. Whereas, in La Niña, strong trade winds push warm water from the west coast of the Americas towards Asia, causing cooler water beneath the oceans to rise to the surface, leading to a drop in global temperatures.