El norte de la India se tambalea bajo un intenso calor, Jammu register su día más caluroso esta temporada

NEW DELHI: Several Parts Of The Reel Continued Under A Burning Heat On Wednesday, With Jammu Recording Its Season The Hottest Day At More Than 40 Degrees Celsius, According To The Department Of Meteorology.

The Heat Wave Was Observed In Isolated Locations In Western Rajasthan, Where Sri Ganganagar Became The Hottest Place To A Maximum Of 45.6 Degrees Celsius.

Churu, Known For Its Extreme Climatic Conditions, Registered A Maximum Of 44.5 Degrees Celsius, Becoming The Second Hottest Place In The State.

Weather Remained Dry In The Desert State, Even When Met Officials Warned That Heat Wave Conditions Would Likely Occur In Isolated Locations In Western Rajasthan For The Next 48 Hours.

Jammu, The Winter Capital Of Jammu And Kashmir, For The First Time In This Season, Crossed 40 Degrees Celsius.

The Maximum Temperature Regulated In Jammu Was 40.1 Degrees Celsius, 3.3 Notches Above Normal During This Time Of The Season, Said A Met Department Official.

He Said That The Minimum Temperature In The City Also Continued Its Bullish Trend And Settled At 25.5 Degrees Celsius, Which Is 2.5 Degrees Above Normal.

The National Capital Residents Still Staggered In Stifling Conditions With Mercury Crossing The Mark Of 43 Degrees In Some Parts Of The City.

The Safdarjung Observatory, Whose Recording Is Considered The Official City Cipher, Recorded A Maximum Temperature Of 41.8 Degrees Celsius, Three Notches Above The Average Of The Season, Said A Met Department Official, Adding That The Minimum Temperature Was Registered In 23.6 Degrees Celsius, One Notch Below Normal.

The Palam Observatory Recorded A Maximum Of 43.6 Degrees Celsius.

Heat Wave Conditions Persisted In Telangana, Where Nalgonda Sizzled With The Highest Highest Temperature Of 45 Degrees Celsius.

The Indian Meteorological Department Said It Is Very Likely That Conditions Of Heatwaves Prevail In Some Parts Of The State On May 9 And 10.

He Also Warned That Electrical Thunderstorms Accompanied By Gusty Winds (40 To 50 Km/h) And Is Very Likely To Occur In Isolated Places On Telangana.

Several Parts Of Himachal Pradesh Staggered Under A Burning Heat, And One Registered A Maximum Of 41 Degrees Celsius, The Highest Temperature In The Himalayan State.

Maximum Temperatures Have Increased From One To Two Centigrade In The State During The Last 24 Hours, Director Of Shimla Center MeT Manmohan Singh He Said.

The Maximum Temperature Was 37.7 Degrees Centigrade In Bilaspur, 36.4 Degrees Celsius In Hamirpur, 35.5 Degrees Celsius In Chamba And 32.5 Degrees Celsius In Solan.