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Heatwave Alert: North India is in a bad condition due to heat! Temperatures are 45 degrees at some places and 47 degrees at others, know the weather of your city

1464005741 1525Weather Update and Heatwave Alert 21st May 2024: Many parts of North India including Delhi-NCR and Haryana are in the grip of severe heat and people are in a bad condition due to rising temperatures. On Monday also, the temperature in Najafgarh of the national capital Delhi crossed 47 degrees Celsius. Apart from this, the temperature in many parts of Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi, Chandigarh and Uttar Pradesh was more than 45 degrees Celsius, affecting daily life. Due to the scorching heat and heat wave, most people remained indoors. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that similar weather is expected on Tuesday (May 21) as well. Doctors have advised people to stay indoors most of the time. They say that if you have to go out, consume as much liquid as possible and wear glasses to protect your eyes.

Red alert for heat for next 5 days

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a ‘red alert’ for the next five days due to heat wave conditions in the national capital. The weather department has predicted heat wave conditions in many parts of Delhi and severe heat wave conditions in other areas. Delhi has witnessed a steady rise in temperature in recent days. On Sunday, the highest temperature of this season was recorded at 44.4 degrees Celsius. The temperature on Saturday was 43.6 degrees 

 Celsius, while on Friday it was 42.5 degrees Celsius. Monday recorded the second highest maximum temperature in the national capital, which was 3.7 degrees above normal. On Monday, the maximum temperature in Najafgarh was recorded at 47.4 degrees Celsius. A day earlier, the temperature in the South West Delhi area was recorded at 47.8 degrees Celsius, which was the highest temperature in the country this season. Mungeshpur recorded 47.1 degrees, Aya Nagar 45.7 degrees, Pusa 46.1 degrees, Pitampura 46.6 degrees and Palam 45.2 degrees.