New Delhi: The situation in the capital Delhi and its surrounding areas is worse than the heat. The mercury is continuously rising in Delhi and human life is facing the double whammy of heat in the midst of the corona epidemic. The maximum temperature in Delhi was recorded at 43.6 degree Celsius yesterday, which broke the 90-year record. On July 1, 1931, Delhi’s mercury was recorded at 45 degrees. Yesterday was also the fourth hottest July day in the history of Delhi.
Wednesday of the week was the hottest day of the year
tells you the weather forecast for the next 5 days in Delhi. Due to which the situation will be clear that the havoc of heat is not going to stop yet –
- Today the maximum temperature will be 41 degrees and the minimum temperature will be 30.
- Saturday the maximum temperature will be 39 degrees and the minimum temperature will be 30 degrees.
- Sunday the maximum temperature will be 39 degrees and the minimum The temperature will be 31 degrees.
- The maximum temperature will be 39 and the minimum temperature will be 31 degrees on Monday.