Delhi in the grip of scorching heat, no hope of relief in the coming days..., Meteorological Department alert"

New Delhi: In North India, the heat of summer is not taking its name. In the capital of the country, Delhi is also getting scorching heat these days. The maximum temperature has been running above 40 degree Celsius for several days. The Meteorological Department has also issued a yellow alert, issuing a warning of severe heat.

According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), today's minimum temperature in Delhi is likely to be 23 degree Celsius, while the maximum temperature may remain 43 degree Celsius. Today the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of heat wave. Along with this, the temperature in Delhi will also increase tomorrow (Friday). The minimum temperature here will be 25 degree Celsius, while the maximum temperature can be 44 degree Celsius. Even on April 30, the temperature is going to be around it.

There is no hope of getting relief from the scorching heat in Delhi next month as well. Talking about the initial days, on May 1, the maximum temperature of the national capital will remain up to 43 degree Celsius, while on May 2 it can reach 44 degree Celsius. After this, on May 3, the minimum temperature is expected to be 24 degrees and the maximum temperature is 42 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature is likely to be 41 degree Celsius on May 4.

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