Mercury crosses 49°C in Delhi; reduction anticipated immediately: IMD : The Tribune India


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New Delhi, Could 15

A extreme heatwave swept throughout Delhi on Sunday with the utmost temperature touching 49.2 levels Celsius within the Mungeshpur space.

The truth is, all stations in Delhi recorded a most temperature above 45 levels Celsius. Gurugram in Haryana witnessed a scalding temperature of 48.1 levels Celsius, the very best since Could 10, 1966, when the town logged 49 levels Celsius.

47.4°C Muktsar (Pb),47.3°C Hisar,43°C Chandigarh

The mercury leaped to a whopping 49.2 levels Celsius at Mungeshpur in northwest Delhi whereas Najafgarh in southwest a part of the town recorded 49.1 levels Celsius, the IMD mentioned.

Amongst different components of the capital, most temperatures reached insufferable highs of 48.4 levels Celsius at Sports activities Complicated, 47.5 levels Celsius at Jafarpur, 47.3 levels Celsius at Pitampura and 47.2 levels Celsius at Ridge.

On the Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi’s base station, the utmost temperature rose to 45.6 levels Celsius, 5 notches above the traditional and the very best this 12 months to this point.

All climate stations recorded a heatwave day. In the meantime, some reduction could be anticipated on Monday.

The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has predicted a partly cloudy sky with chance of mud storm/thunderstorm and the utmost and minimal temperatures round 41 and 28 levels Celsius, respectively, and a lower in depth and distribution of the heatwave.

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