Delhi Weather Update: Mercury crossed 47 degrees in Delhi, Orange alert issued for tomorrow, UP’s Banda was the hottest

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The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that all weather stations of the capital recorded heat wave during the day. The Meteorological Department has predicted further worsening of heat waves on Sunday

New Delhi:

Weather Update: On Saturday in Delhi Mercury (Delhi Maximum Temperature) And climbed and was recorded seven degrees above normal. reached 47.2 ° C. On the other hand, in Banda, UP, the mercury has crossed 48 degree Celsius. States like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Odisha are also facing severe heat. This highest temperature was recorded in Mangeshpur in the capital Delhi. Najafgarh also recorded a temperature of 47 degree Celsius. Delhi’s Safdarjung Observatory, which is the base station of Delhi, recorded a maximum temperature of 44.2 degrees Celsius. It was 5 degrees above normal. Whereas on Friday the temperature here was only 42.5 degrees. The mercury rose to 46.9 degrees Celsius in Sports Complex in Delhi, 46.4 degrees Celsius in Pitampura, 45.8 degrees Celsius in Jafarpur and 45.4 degrees Celsius in Ridge and Ayanagar.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that all weather stations of the capital recorded heat wave during the day. The Meteorological Department has predicted further worsening of heat waves on Sunday. An ‘Orange’ alert has been issued on Sunday to warn people from the severe heat wave. Due to a weak western disturbance and deficient rainfall, Delhi recorded its second warmest April this year since 1951, with an average maximum temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius for the month. At the end of the month, a heatwave has raised the mercury to 46 and 47 degree Celsius in many parts of the capital.

Mahesh Palawat, vice-president (meteorology and climate change) of private weather forecasting agency Skymet said, “Hot and dry westerly winds blowing over the Delhi-NCR region will take the mercury further up to the 45 degree mark in Safdarjung on Sunday.” A cyclonic circulation is likely to intensify into pre-monsoon activity over Punjab and Haryana, giving some respite from the scorching heat on Monday and Tuesday.

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