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Updated:29/05/2024 |9:00 PM | Edited By:Newsbudy |

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that on Wednesday, the temperature in Delhi reached its highest point ever, measuring 52.3 degrees Celsius. This temperature was recorded at 2:30 pm by the Mungeshpur weather office, which is situated outside the national capital.
Since temperatures in several districts reached their highest point in recent days, there has been a severe heatwave alert in effect for Delhi and other states in north and central India, according to IMD data.

A day earlier, at three of Delhi’s meteorological stations located outside, the temperature had almost hit fifty degrees Celsius. The weather offices in Mungeshpur, Narela, and Najafgarh have recently reported extremely high temperatures. Previous reports said that Churu in Rajasthan had reached 50.5 degrees Celsius, making it the warmest district of the season.

Authorities have linked the excessive temperatures in the capital to heatwaves originating from Rajasthan. According to Skymet Weather’s vice-president of Meteorology and Climate Change, Mahesh Palawat, “There is increased radiation in open areas with vacant land.” Because there is no shade and direct sunlight, these areas are very hot.
“The early arrival of these hot winds can exacerbate the already bad weather in certain parts of Delhi. The IMD’s regional chief, Kuldeep Srivastava, said that areas like Mungeshpur, Narela, and Najafgarh are the first to feel the full force of these hot winds.


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