After 10 Years In Delhi Temperature Remained Above 42 Degrees For 26 Days Due To Heat

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Delhi Temperature Report: The scorching heat of Delhi has wreaked havoc on the people of the capital this year. According to the report of the Meteorological Department, between March 1 and June 13 in Delhi’s Safdarjung, the maximum temperature was 42 degrees or more, which lasted for about 26 days. This type of temperature in Delhi has happened for the first time in the last 10 years in which the number of days of highest temperature has been more. Because in 2012 also in the base weather station Safdarjung of Rajdhani, some kind of heat was wreaking havoc.

According to the India Meteorological Department, the normal temperatures for March, April, May and June for Safdarjung are 29.6, 36.3, 39.5 and 39.2 degrees Celsius respectively. The IMD official said that the temperature above 40 degree Celsius adds to the trouble in the capital. Meteorological Department data shows that only six and three such days were recorded in the years 2021 and 2020. In which between March 1 and June 30, when the maximum temperature was 42 ° C and above.

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The IMD said that in the summer of 2010, the maximum number of such days was observed at 35 days. IMD senior scientist RK Jenamani said that the heat of the year 2022 increased significantly in Northwest India including Delhi, then no rain from the last week of February till May 20 was also the main reason for this heat. The maximum temperature in Safdarjung remained above 42 degree Celsius since June 3, although now Delhi is expected to get a big relief from the scorching heat on June 16-17. Heat wave conditions are expected to subside from north-west and central India including Delhi-NCR from June 16 and pre-monsoon rains are expected from this week.

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