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DELHI JUMPED TO AN ALL-TIME RECORD OF 52 DEGREES, PAR WITH 45 DEGREES IN THE STATE

Sarojini Bishi

New Delhi: All records have been broken in the national capital Delhi. Delhi recorded an all-time high of 52.3 degrees Celsius today. The people of Delhi are empty outings in Tatla Kadai. Along with this, many areas of Rajasthan have reached 50 degrees. The temperature of 50.3 degrees was recorded in the top of Haryana.

On the other hand, the state continues to suffer from unbearable violence. The temperature crossed 45 degrees by 2.30 pm. Jharsuguda is the hottest city by recording a temperature of 45.6 degrees. 39 in Bhubaneswar. There are 8 degrees. However, the temperature in the capital Bhubaneswar is not too high as compared to other places, but the humidity of the atmosphere is 60 percent. In this series, Sambalapur has recorded 45.2 degrees Celsius Hirakud, 44.8 degrees Celsius, Rourkela 43.6 degrees celsius and 41.2 degrees Celsius in Keonjhar. In addition to this, the coastal Odisha is experiencing severe drought while the interior Odisha is experiencing drought.

Many states of India are currently experiencing severe heatwaves. In the meantime, it is estimated that the information of the Indian Meteorological Department can bring some relief. According to the weather information, the weather is very favorable for the Southwest Monsoon air to touch the Kerala coast in the next 24 hours. Along with this, the monsoon will advance to some northeastern states as well. As a result of which the weather will change and there will be peace from the heat.

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