Heat Wave Alert: Severe heat in north India, temperature crosses 46 degrees

Heat Wave Alert: North India is battling scorching heat. The temperature has crossed 46 degrees in many cities of Uttar Pradesh. At the same time, heavy heat is going on in Delhi too. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for the next 24 hours. Zee business brings this report.

According to the Meteorological Department, heat waves are likely to persist in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, and some parts of Uttar Pradesh for the next two days.

In the state UP, the hottest city on Saturday was Prayagraj, where the temperature touched 45.6 degrees. Agra was on the second number where the temperature was recorded at 45.2 degrees. The heat wave will continue for the next 5 days and the temperature can reach up to 46 degrees, the Meteorological Department said.

In Delhi NCR too, the temperature continues to remain above 45 degrees. IMD said that Delhi will not get relief from the heat for the next two days. It is expected that after two days, there will be a slight relief. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature in Delhi will remain between 40 degrees and 43 degrees till June 15.

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Opposite to this, the Southwest Monsoon has entered the regions of Mumbai along with Konkan and some parts of Madhya Maharashtra. In the next 24 hours, the monsoon will fully cover the rest of Konkan and most parts of Madhya Maharashtra.

Along with that warning of heavy rain has also been issued in some parts of Konkan and parts of South Madhya Maharashtra.


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