North India boils as mercury crosses unbearable mark

North India

New Delhi: Life in North India seems to be completely disrupted due to the scorching heat, people are facing a lot of problems due to the rising mercury and people are avoiding going out of their homes in the scorching sun. At the same time, people are now waiting for the rain so that they can get relief from the heat. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has given a big update regarding the monsoon.

According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), monsoon may knock in Kerala in the next 3-4 days, conditions are becoming favorable for the onset of monsoon in the state. During this time, conditions are improving for the advancement of monsoon in some parts of the southwest and central Bay of Bengal, northeastern Bay of Bengal, northeastern states, South Arabian Sea, Lakshadweep region, Kerala, Maldives and southwest in the Comorin region.

On Tuesday, 28 May, Churu in Rajasthan was the hottest place in the country. The maximum temperature here was recorded at 50.5 degrees. Apart from this, the temperature in many areas of Delhi reached close to 50 degrees.

At the same time, the maximum temperature in Jhansi, UP on Tuesday was 49 degrees. The temperature in Agra was 48.6 and in Varanasi it was 47.6 degrees. Meteorology says that there is no hope of relief from the scorching heat for at least the next two days.


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