Heat wave conditions prevail in 20 places, mercury crosses 45
Heat wave conditions prevail in 20 places, mercury crosses 45

New Delhi: Extreme heat continues to wreak havoc in North-West India. Even though the highest temperature of 47.4 degrees Celsius was recorded in Delhi's Najafgarh on Friday, but on coming out on Saturday morning, it felt as if the entire body was burning. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning regarding the days full of extreme heat and heat wave and said that there is no hope of relief for another 5 days. Especially, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh are facing severe heat wave. 

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday has also predicted severe heat in the plains of northwest India for the next five days. This situation is going to persist for three days in the eastern and central areas. Red alert has also been issued regarding heat wave in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and West Rajasthan. Orange alert has been issued for East Rajasthan, UP and Bihar. Besides, advice has also been given to keep a special eye on newborn children, elderly people and patients with chronic diseases. A warning of extreme heat at night for two-three days has also been issued in UP, Bihar and West Rajasthan.

Mercury crossed 45 at 20 places: Delhi experienced severe heat for the second day and the average maximum temperature was recorded at 43.7 degrees Celsius, which is the highest temperature of the season. IMD has informed that along with Delhi, Haryana, Punjab,. At least 20 places in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh recorded temperatures above 45 degrees. In Rajasthan, the mercury has crossed 46 degrees in Jaisalmer, Barmer, Ganganagar and Pilani. 

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