North India Under Intense Heatwave, Red Alert Issued For Rajasthan Districts

Summary by Ground News
As many as 13 of the 33 districts have witnessed a temperature of 47 degrees and above in the last 24 hours. The IMD has predicted winds around Jaipur after 24 hours, which will bring some respite as the temperature will come down by two to three degrees celsius.
North India Under Intense Heatwave, Red Alert Issued For Rajasthan Districts
8 days ago

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Times of India

North India reels under intense heatwave; red alert issued for Rajasthan districts

In Delhi, the mercury reached a near unbearable high of 47.2 degrees Celsius at Mungeshpur and 47 degrees Celsius at Najafgarh, both at least seven notches above the normal.

8 days ago·Mumbai, India
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News18 India

Weather News Updates: Heatwave Scorches North India, Gurugram Hot Cauldron at 48 Degrees; Red Alert Issued in 5 Districts of Kerala

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8 days ago·India
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NDTV

North India Under Intense Heatwave, Red Alert Issued For Rajasthan Districts

Searing heatwave gripped North India as temperatures crossed 45 degrees Celsius in many parts, while pockets of Delhi saw an upwards of 47 degrees Celsius, with little relief expected in the next couple of days.

8 days ago·New Delhi, India
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Rajasthan Reels Under Heat Wave, Records Above 47 Degrees In 13 Districts

Jaipur: Rajasthan is reeling under a severe heat wave as nearly all its districts have registered a temperature above 45 degrees in the last 24 hours. As

9 days ago·Bhubaneswar, India
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Business Standard

North India reels under heatwave; red alert issued for Rajasthan districts

Meanwhile, in Rajasthan, 23 cities recorded maximum temperature above 44 degrees Celsius on Saturday.

8 days ago·India
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