UP continues to battle severe heat
Delhiites on Sunday reeled under heat wave conditions with the mercury soaring
to over 46 degree Celsius in some parts of the capital which recorded the
hottest day of the season so far.
The city's maximum temperature was recorded at 44.6 degree Celsius at
Safdarjung station whose readings are considered the official figures for the
However, Palam area recorded 46.1 degree Celsius while Ayanagar weather
station recorded 45.8 degree Celsius and Ridge station recorded 45 degrees.
The maximum readings in other weather stations in the capital were: Jafarpur
- 44.4 C, Majafgarh - 44.4 C, Delhi University - 44.2 C and Peetampura - 43.6
A Meteorological Department official said that heat wave conditions are
prevailing in the national capital and suggested further rise in temperatures in
the coming days.
Courtesy : India Today