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Sarojini Bishi

New Delhi: Residents of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh including Delhi have been exposed to extreme weather conditions. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for the next 5 days. However, for the past few days, the mercury has been at the highest level of 47 degrees in many parts of the said state.

Also, the Meteorological Department informed that many places of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh experienced heavy summer heat on Tuesday. Along with this, Haryana has become the hottest city with 47.8 degrees. Similarly, the temperature in Delhi is 47. 4 degrees have been recorded.

However, on one side, a low pressure area has formed in the Bay of Bengal, while on the other side, the northern part of India is burning. Insufferable heat has broken all records. In view of this, the government has announced holidays to schools.

Worth noting: Southwest Bay of Bengal and Central Bay of Bengal have formed a low pressure area. By the morning of 24th, it will take the form of precipitation in the central Bay of Bengal. Then it will not have any effect on Odisha. As there is influence of Kala Baisakhi in some places in Odisha, the same situation will be maintained for the next few days. Along with this, for the next 2 to 3 days, the weather department has estimated the possibility of rain with lightning and thunder in southern and interior Odisha.

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