Delhi, Jhansi, Gwalior among IMD listed hottest cities amid heatwave. Check list
Heat wave-like condition has been prevalent in the Delhi-NCR region for the last two days. Even today, the temperature in South West Delhi, North Delhi and North East Delhi has been reported to be around 45 degrees.
The Indian Metrological Department (IMD) on Tuesday released the list of hottest cities in India amid an ongoing heatwave condition throughout the country. The list includes three area of national capital Delhi- Ayanagar, Palam and Delhi Ridge.
IMD Scientist Kuldeep Srivastava told ANI that the temperature is expected to fall in the coming days pertaining to the light drizzle and strong winds.
The highest recorded temperatures in Delhi reached a maximum of 40 degrees Celsius on Saturday, climbed to above 42 degrees on Sunday, and reached 44 degrees Celsius on Monday.
According to reports, Chandigarh has been witnessing rising temperatures for the past two days. On Sunday, the temperature exceeded 40 degrees Celsius, and it may do so again on Monday.
Punjab and Haryana are also reeling under the scorching heatwaves with numerous locations recording temperatures as high as 44 degrees. In the next two days, Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh may get rain as a result of the Western Disturbance.
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