New Delhi: Several parts of India are witnessing a rise in maximum temperatures for the past few days. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), heatwave conditions are likely to continue over the northwest and the central parts of the country over the coming days. Heatwave spell would continue to prevail over northwest and central India during the next three days and its intensity would reduce thereafter. The IMD, in its weather bulletin, said that there would be no change in maximum temperatures over northwest India during the next three days. Temperatures will fall by two to three degrees after that. Meanwhile, maximum temperatures are likely to rise s by two to three degrees over the eastern part of India during the next two days. Gujarat will witness a fall in temperatures by two to three degree Celsius from Saturday.Also Read: IMD predicts fresh heatwave spell in Delhi from May 13; temperature may soar to 44 degrees CelsiusSevere heatwave conditions are predicted in isolated pockets over west Rajasthan on May 14. The western part of the state will witness heatwave conditions on May 14 and then no heatwave thereafter for the subsequent two-three days. Similarly, heatwave condition is forecasted over east Rajasthan on May 14 and in isolated pockets on May 15.The MeT department said, "Heat Wave conditions in isolated pockets very likely over West Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh on 13th & 14th; Gujarat state on 13th; Jammu & Kashmir, south Haryana-Delhi, Punjab during 13th-15th and over Vidarbha on 14th & 15th May, 2022."Under the influence of a fresh Western Disturbance, isolated light rainfall with thunderstorm/lightning and hail is very likely over Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand on May 16 and 17. Isolated light rainfall with thunderstorm/lightning is also very likely over Punjab on May 16 and 17 and over west Uttar Pradesh on May 17.Also Read: Reduce school timings, relax uniform norms: Centre issues advisory to schools as heatwave conditions worsenMeanwhile, Southwest Monsoon is likely to advance into South Andaman Sea and adjoining the southeast Bay of Bengal around May 15. Due to strong cross-equatorial flow from Bay of Bengal to the Andaman Sea in lower tropospheric levels, widespread light/moderate rainfall is very likely over Andaman and Nicobar Islands during the next five days. Isolated heavy falls are very likely over the region from May 14 to 17. Squally weather with wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph are also likely over the south Andaman Sea during May 15-17. Rainfall is also predicted over northeastern states, including Assam and Meghalaya, and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim during the next five days. The IMD predicted fairly widespread light to moderate rainfall with isolated thunderstorm/lightning/gusty winds over southern states, including Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and South Interior Karnataka, with isolated heavy falls over Puducherry and Karaikal, during the coming few days.