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The north-western parts of India, which have suffered the most due to heatwaves in the past three months, may not get respite from the sweltering heat till July, according to experts.

One reason for this would be the ongoing westerly desert winds coming in from the Arabian Peninsula that usually cause heatwaves during the summer season in India, according to Raghu Murtugudde, a climate scientist at the University of Maryland, United States.

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