mercury reached 48 degree in barmer

Fire is wreaking havoc in the plains states across the country. It also shows that the mercury in Rajasthan and its desert areas is rising at a rocket speed of up to 50 degrees. On Friday, the mercury was recorded 47 to 48 degrees in some cities of Rajasthan. The mercury reached 48.1 degrees in […]
 


mercury reached 48 degree in barmer

Fire is wreaking havoc in the plains states across the country. It also shows that the mercury in Rajasthan and its desert areas is rising at a rocket speed of up to 50 degrees. On Friday, the mercury was recorded 47 to 48 degrees in some cities of Rajasthan. The mercury reached 48.1 degrees in Barmer, Rajasthan. At the same time, mercury was recorded at 47.3 degrees in Sri Ganganagar, 47.2 degrees in Bikaner, 47 degrees in Churu, 45 degrees in Ajmer and 44 degrees in Udaipur. Apart from this, people in Delhi and Gujarat are also suffering from the heat. The Meteorological Department said that the residents of Rajasthan are at risk of severe heat wave in the next 48 hours. At the same time, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Jammu and Kashmir have also been warned of the danger of heat wave.

Monsoon will knock in Kerala on May 27

The news of relief amidst the scorching sun in many states is that southwest rains may come early this year. Andaman and Nicobar is likely to receive the first rain of this season on May 15. The Meteorological Department in Kerala has announced the possibility of monsoon on May 27. According to sources, this time the monsoon will arrive a few days earlier than expected.