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Weather News: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that from April 12, the people of North-Western India will get relief from the scorching heat. According to the Meteorological Department, a fresh Western Disturbance is likely to affect the Western Himalayan region from Tuesday night, April 12. As a result, the maximum temperature may drop by 2-3 degree Celsius over many parts of Northwest India. As a result, the intensity and distribution of heat wave is likely to decrease over the plains of Northwest India.

The Meteorological Department is constantly monitoring the disturbances. It is noteworthy that the people of the capital Delhi have been battling heat wave for the last few days, where the maximum temperature remains between 40-43.5 degree Celsius. In the last 24 hours, maximum temperatures have been 6-10 degrees above normal in many parts of Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana-Delhi and West Rajasthan.

The Meteorological Department is continuously monitoring the situation. It is worth noting that the people of the capital Delhi have been battling heat wave for the last few days and the maximum temperature remains between 40-43.5 degree Celsius. During the last 24 hours, maximum temperatures were 6-10 degrees above normal in many parts of Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana-Delhi and West Rajasthan.

The Meteorological Department had earlier issued an “orange” alert in the national capital on April 10 as scorching heat continued in the national capital. Delhi on Saturday recorded a minimum temperature of 42.4 degrees Celsius, the hottest day in five years. People have been advised not to leave till noon.

Highest temperature in April 1941 . Was

The meteorological department said the maximum temperature recorded in the national capital was 43.2 degrees Celsius on April 21, 2017. The highest temperature for the month of April was recorded on 29 April 1941 at 45.6 °C. In its warning, the IMD had said that this is the first time in 72 years that Delhi has recorded such a high temperature in the first fortnight of April.

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