At some places the temperature reached 49 degrees and at some places it reached 51 degrees…people of Delhi and UP should not leave their homes.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Is the heat oppressing you? So don't think too much, just take care of yourself because this heat is going to torment you even more. Yes, IMD believes that this heat is going to wreak more havoc till May 31. Not only this, Section 144 has also been implemented regarding heatwave, which means that people will be prevented from gathering together, so that no accident occurs due to heat. If you come to the areas of North India, then keep in mind that before going out, check the temperature once and if it is very important, then carry sun-protecting things with you, like glasses, umbrella, sunscreen, face mask, etc . Packing cloth, water bottle and small things to eat.

Let us tell you, there is a possibility of temperature increasing further in the next three and heat wave may also occur in many areas, these include states like Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, which may see severe heatwave . Let us tell you which cities have the highest temperatures and where you should avoid going.

These states are experiencing maximum heat

According to official data on Sunday, at least 37 places in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh recorded temperatures of 45 degrees Celsius or more. This condition is much worse than the previous day, meaning it was so hot at 17 places that some people even died due to heat stroke. Due to rising temperatures in the country, records are being made in many states, on Monday a 46 year old record was broken in Punjab. In such a situation, if you are thinking of visiting these places, then try not to choose the afternoon time for visiting.

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Delhi: The mercury crossed 45 degrees Celsius in the capital on Sunday, due to which it became difficult for people to step out of their homes.
Rajasthan: The situation here is even worse. The temperature in Phalodi reached 51 degrees Celsius, which is the highest in the entire country. Such heat has never been seen before!
Akola: Akola is also burning in Maharashtra. Here also the temperature crossed 45 degrees Celsius.

Where is the heat alert?

Where is the heat alert?

Maharashtra: The heat has increased so much in Akola that people have been banned from gathering there. Yes, Section 144 has been imposed so that no heat-related accidents occur.

Heat alert in these states also: Not only in Akola, the heat wave continues to wreak havoc in Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh also. There is severe heat in these states, in view of which the Meteorological Department has issued “Heatwave Alert”.

this is how you can escape from the heat

this is how you can escape from the heat

Scorching heat troubles all of us, so in this season it is very important to take care of your health along with having fun. Let us know some easy tips which will help you in beating the heat.

Water, only water: Yes, it is most important to keep yourself hydrated. You sweat more in summer, so keep drinking water. With this, there will be no shortage of water in the body and you will be protected from dehydration.

Avoid sunlight: Try to stay indoors or in the shade during the afternoon, when the sun is at its strongest (about 11 am to 4 pm). If you go out, carry an umbrella or wear a hat.

Wear cool clothes: Wear light and loose clothes in summer. Dark colored clothes absorb more heat, so it is better to wear white or light colored clothes.

Take refuge in coolness: Use fan, cooler or air conditioner. Taking bath with cold water will also make you feel refreshed.

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