By: Convey News Service | New Delhi |
Printed: May 23, 2020 6: 41: 22 am
A heatwave is when the optimum temperature reaches 40 degrees or far more in plains and 30 degrees or additional in hilly regions. (Specific/Representational)
Heatwave ailments were being recorded over Palam and Lodhi Road Friday as the town recorded its greatest highest temperature of the time so far.
The IMD’s Safdarjung observatory, which is representative of the city, recorded 43.8 levels Celsius as highest temperature, whilst Palam in Southwest Delhi recorded 45.four levels. At Lodhi Highway, temperature soared up to 44.four degrees Celsius.
Kuldeep Srivastava, head of IMD’s regional forecasting centre in Delhi, claimed, “Heatwave is very likely to continue more than Delhi-NCR between May possibly 23 and 25 due to dry and northwesterly winds prevailing around Northwest India.”
A heatwave is when the greatest temperature reaches 40 degrees or more in plains and 30 levels or additional in hilly areas.
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