Oh my God! The temperature here is 49 degrees, the whole of North India is boiling in heat, everyone's eyes are fixed on the clouds.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
3 Min Read

New Delhi: The entire North India is currently in the grip of severe heat. Fire is raining from the sky. Everyone's faces have turned red due to the heat. People are drinking more water than eating. People seem completely helpless in front of the heat. Coolers and ACs have also surrendered in front of the heat of the sun. The scorching heat from 8 am to 7 pm is making people miserable. People have stopped coming out of their homes due to fear of heat. There is silence on the roads of North India during the afternoon. Everyone is looking towards the clouds with the hope that maybe they will take pity on us and the weather will cool down with rain showers. But the weather department's forecast clearly shows that there is no hope of relief yet. The heat is making new records one after the other. Today the mercury reached 49 degrees Celsius in Phalodi, Rajasthan. The highest temperature has been recorded so far in Rajasthan this summer. Today a temperature of 49.0 degrees Celsius was recorded in Phalodi, Rajasthan. This is the highest temperature till date and it has also broken yesterday's record of Barmer. The effect of heat wave is increasing in Rajasthan. The temperature in the state is moving towards 50. On Friday, the highest temperature in the state was recorded at 49 degrees in Phalodi. At the same time, the day temperature was more than 45 degrees in 14 cities. After Phalodi, 48.2 degrees temperature was recorded in Barmer and 48.3 degrees in Jaisalmer.

Heat is making records in Delhi too

The temperature is very high in Delhi as well. The heat is setting new records every day. On May 19, Najafgarh recorded 47.8 degrees Celsius, which was a record till that time. But on May 22, Barmer recorded 48.0 degrees Celsius, which broke this record. On May 23, Barmer again recorded a temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius, which was again the highest. Today, Phalodi recorded a temperature of 49.0 degrees Celsius. This is the highest temperature so far and it has also broken Barmer's yesterday's record.

The worst summer ever recorded

  • 50.1 °C at Titlagarh on 5 May 2003
  • 50.6 °C in Alwar on 10 May 1956
  • 50.5 °C in Phalodi on 18 May 2016

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