Delhi records all-time high of 48 degrees Celsius in June, heatwave to continue
NEW DELHI: The mercury shattered all records in Delhi with parts of the national capital recording an all-time high of 48 degrees Celsius on Monday.
The city's previous high of 47.8 degrees Celsius was recorded in Pm on June 9, 2014.
"The Pm Observatory recorded an all-time high of 48 degrees Celsius on Monday. The factors that led to this are dry westerly winds, no effect of a western disturbance in the pns and intense heating in the month of June," said India Meteorological Department regional weather forecasting chief Kuldeep Srivastava.
Ravi • 1 day ago
Please Plant more and more trees everyone.
Rainy season is coming.
Do something for upcoming generation's.
Don't exploit the natural vegetation.
Chingibaba • Ravi Rana • • 1 day ago
Hahahaha your thoughts are divine.... but today''s world will not welcome such advice
Jiwa • Bengaluru • 1 day ago
U forgot to add some words....today''s India''s uneducated illiterate world will not welcome such advice..
Drake • 1 day ago
Aur Kato trees..fill the lakes and rivers with garbage..the end is near
Poorindian • 1 day ago
result of rampant urbanisation .... think
Sandeep • Rohtak • 1 day ago
Immediately population control is required.
Less population means less use of heat emitting resources like air conditioners and vehicles.
Otherwise in next 5 years temperature will reach new heights and water scarcity would be there.
I would request go nment to have a cap on population irrespective of re gion.
Pranav Sharma • 1 day ago
Think 10 times before cutting trees now
Vikram Baranwal• 1 day ago
You axe the trees, and this is what happens. In whole of NCR big old trees are getting axed and uproed. Who is responsible? All happening in the name of development.
Gadkari • 1 day ago
No wonder FEKU Ji ran away to Sri Lanka.
Zoya Khan • 1 day ago
Where is feku, the saviour of humanity
Indestructible • 1 day ago
Save the nature if humanity need to be saved.
Dreet • 1 day ago
Don't blame Nehru for the heat wave in Delhi.
Vilas Shelke• 1 day ago
Polution, tree cutting will achieve 50plus degrees
Viswanathan Iyer • Bangalore • 1 day ago
Monsoon started in Ker. Delhi people has to wait for some more time.
Vishal G • 1 day ago
only we humans are responsible for this increasing heat...
Vladimir • NYC • 1 day ago
Ambient temp in the cities also rize due to high population and amount of vehicles. India should work on their population control methods.
Vikas Rai• New Delhi • 1 day ago
yes and it mean NOT stebalization but reduction of population drastically and continuously for atleast 50 years. we must switch to zero to one child preference to save Earth
Prabhu Ndevan • 1 day ago
All needs to take care of their health.. and be hydrated at all times..
Mukesh • 1 day ago
Some po iticians can say BJP is responsible for this heat wave.
Bk • 1 day ago
install a one crore ton central air conditioner...for cooling NCR region
Sarang • 1 day ago
until go nment feels the heat wave .they want understand the pain suffered by farmers living without ricity in the country ...
abir • Mumbai • 1 day ago
I got crazy in my recent visit to the national capital. It was just unbearably hot !!! The heatwave kills you if you step out during the noon... if lot of tree plantation is not done there on a high priority basis, the city will see its worst days very soon. If there sr
Indian • 1 day ago
atleast use the solar energy now.
Bharat Das • 1 day ago
really rming situation for the coming years as it is going out of control climate...
Ashad Khan • 1 day ago
people are getting heat stoke
Great • ------ • 1 day ago
The complete North India will be in Azaab, just watch for another few days, a drought will take the lives of North.
K Mohan • Hyderabad • 1 day ago
Delhi has become a concrete jungle and little space for greenery and trees so the temperatures are bound to raise every year.
Usha Hasini Velagapudi • 1 day ago
What a summer this really is. We need mansoon rains urgently. These heat waves are caused due to heavy deforestation and global.warming.
Zoya Khan • 1 day ago
Where is feku
While feku is enjoying pakoda from his first world tour vacation stop Sri Lanka
Cut more trees, build more filthy ACs and skyscrapers. It won’t be long when 48 becomes 84.
Rahul Pal • 1 day ago
This is really very hot it''s almost like the middle East countries I don''t know how people are surviving in Delhi
Dutta • Pune • 1 day ago
AC cho full power. gt should install free ACs in all households to combat next year's summer.
Rahul Pal • 1 day ago
This temperature is really too much it''s very high beyond my imagination hope monsoon comes soon
Great India • Washington DC • 1 day ago
Then why is it 50 degrees in Pakistan?