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IMD issues red alert of severe heat in the capital for the next two days

The maximum temperature recorded at Delhi’s Standard Observatory Safdarjung on Sunday was 44.4 degrees Celsius, which is four degrees Celsius above normal. This was the hottest day of this season.

The heatwave (heat wave) made the people of Delhi miserable on Sunday. Najafgarh area was the hottest in the country. The maximum temperature recorded here was 47.8 degrees Celsius. Also Sunday was the hottest of the season. The Meteorological Department has also issued a red alert of heat wave and heat in the capital for the next two days.

The sun has become harsher in the capital since last five days. Even on Sunday, it became difficult for people to leave their homes during the day due to scorching heat and heat waves. Especially two-wheeler drivers and those doing hard work in the open are facing the most problems due to this. The wind speed during the day was up to 25 kilometers per hour.

The maximum temperature recorded at Delhi’s Standard Observatory Safdarjung on Sunday was 44.4 degrees Celsius, which is four degrees Celsius above normal. This was the hottest day of this season. There has been a significant increase in day as well as night temperatures. The minimum temperature recorded in Safdarjung was 28.2 degrees Celsius, which is two degrees above normal.

The temperature was seven degrees higher than normal: In some areas of Delhi, the heat and wave of heat did not let people’s sweat dry. On Sunday, the maximum temperature of Pitampura, Mungeshpur and Najafgarh was seven degrees above normal. At the same time, the minimum temperature in Rajghat area was 31.1 degrees Celsius, which is the highest in the capital.

Red alert for two days: People of Delhi do not seem to be getting any respite from the heat right now. The Meteorological Department estimates that heat wave conditions will persist in many areas of Delhi on Monday also. During this period the wind speed will be between 25 to 35 kilometers per hour. Due to this, the heat waves will be felt even more. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for Monday and Tuesday. Apart from this, orange alert has been issued for Wednesday and Thursday.

Schools in Ghaziabad closed till 25th May: In view of the rising temperature, schools up to class 8th in Ghaziabad have been closed till 25th May.

It was very hot here

Najafgarh: 47.8 degrees Celsius

Mungeshpur: 47.7 degrees Celsius

Pitampura: 47.0 degrees Celsius

Condition of NCR

Faridabad: 46 degrees Celsius

Noida: 45.9 degrees Celsius

Gurugram: 45.1 degrees Celsius

Ghaziabad: 44.4 degrees Celsius

Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu has done Degree in Fine Arts and has knowledge about bollywood industry. He started writing in 2018. Since then he has been associated with Informalnewz. In case of any complain or feedback, please contact me @informalnewz@gmail.com
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