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    IMD predicts a week of relief from heatwave conditions with the arrival of rain and thunderstorms.

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    The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Monday that there won’t be a heatwave in most parts of India until the end of the month, and that there will be more rain in the northwest region starting on Friday. On Sunday, the highest temperatures in northwest, central, and east India were between 36°C and 39°C, and in the rest of the country, except for the western Himalayan region, it was between 30°C and 35°C. The western Himalayan region’s temperatures were between 15°C and 25°C. The weather office said that no heatwave conditions are expected in the country for the next seven days.

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    There will be a fresh wet spell over the western Himalaya region from April 26 and over the northwestern plains from April 28. From April 25 to April 27, there will be a fresh spell of thunderstorms or hailstorms over central Maharashtra, Telangana, and southern districts of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Tamil Nadu and Kerala will continue to have thunderstorms or rain for the next three to four days. There will be heavy rainfall at isolated places in coastal Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu on April 24, in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, and Meghalaya on April 28, in Kerala from April 24 to 27, and in Telangana on April 27.

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    Hailstorms may occur at isolated places over Telangana from April 24-26, central Maharashtra during April 25-27, south Chhattisgarh from April 25-26, and east Madhya Pradesh on April 26.

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