Heat waves Goa: Schools curtail classes, check timings
Heat Waves Goa: A circular issued by state Director of Education Shailesh Sinai Zingade said the heat wave will continue for another day as per the India Meteorological Department.
Heat Waves Goa: Schools were open only till 12 noon on Thursday in Goa due to a heat wave, an official said. A circular issued by state Director of Education Shailesh Sinai Zingade said the heat wave will continue for another day said the India Meteorological Department. The schools will remain open till 12 noon on Friday as well.
"Because of the strengthening of easterly winds, clear sky conditions and delay in setting time of sea breeze, the maximum temperature over Goa is likely to remain 4-6 degrees Celsius higher than its normal value. Persistence of these conditions is likely to satisfy the criteria of heat wave over the region March 8 and 9," the IMD's Goa observatory stated.
"Maximum temperatures are likely to fall gradually by 2-3 degrees Celsius from March 11 onwards," the IMD added.
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