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Hot Winds From Pakistan Are Brought A Severe Heat Condition To Delhi
As the scorching sun beats down on the Delhiites due to the rising mercury levels in India’s capital, locals are struggling to cope up with the notion that the summer has dawned on them when it is still springtime.
The temperatures have clocked almost 40 degrees earlier this week on Tuesday, but on Friday, on March 30, the temperatures are seeming to have to drop through practically four degrees, which brought some relief to the locals.
A report on the weather forecasters sky met weather has said that “previously, northerly winds were keeping the temperatures in India under check. However, a cyclonic circulation has now formed over central Pakistan leading to change in the wind direction. Thus, the winds have now started blowing from the southwest direction.”
Further explaining the reason for the Delhi facing a severe heart condition, it says “these hot winds have travelling from Balochistan region where the temperatures have already settling above the 40-degree mark. The hot winds have further let to an increase in the temperatures over the Delhi-NCR region, making it the hottest so far in this season.”
As the weather remains dry and there are no signs of a rainfall anywhere in the city. The Delhiites will love to see the temperatures dropping as specific areas in the town has faced severe heat conditions earlier this week.
The Palam area, near the Indira Gandhi International Airport, registering temperatures of 37.4 degrees but in Delhi Ridge clocked 37.1 degree Celsius. However, areas like Aya Nagar and Lodhi road measuring the temperatures of 36.8 degrees and 36.3 degree Celsius respectively.
The rise in temperatures has left the children and elderly vulnerable to heat-relating illness. It is not just in Delhi that is on the receiving end of rising mercury levels. The Severe heat conditions were also registering in parts of the Himachal Pradesh, west Rajasthan and Gujarat.
However, in the other parts of India such as Jammu Kashmir, Haryana, east Rajasthan, specific areas of Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu among others have day temperatures which are a marking above the normal.
The highest temperature recording over the plains this year is at the Idar area of Gujarat when temperatures rise to 43.3 degree Celsius.
“A western disturbance is approaching Jammu & Kashmir again which will see temperatures rise from April 1st, however, the next few days will see a gradual drop till it maximum reaches around 35 to 36 degrees.
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