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Delhi: summer breaks 11 years record; March of this year was hottest after 2010

According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), usually the maximum temperature in the month of March in Delhi (Delhi) is 29.6 degree Celsius.

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Even before the beginning of April, the heat started showing its attitude and the process of recording and breaking the temperature records has also started. The month of March this year was the hottest in the last 11 years. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the average maximum temperature for the month of March this year has been recorded at 33.1 degrees Celsius, which is about three and a half degrees above normal. According to IMD, the maximum temperature in the month of March in Delhi is usually 29.6 degrees Celsius.

Regional Head of Meteorological Department Kuldeep Srivastava said that since 2010, the average maximum temperature in March this year was the highest. He said that the maximum average temperature in the month of March in 2010 was 34.1 degree Celsius. According to IMD, the national capital has received 77 percent less rainfall than normal in March this year, making it the driest month since 2018. It can be guessed that like every year, this year’s summer is also very disturbing.

Record of last 76 years broken on the day of Holi

It is known that the month of February in Delhi was the second warmest month after 1901. At the same time, people were very upset with the heat on Holi day. Delhi’s maximum temperature on Sunday was 40.1 degrees Celsius, 8 degrees Celsius above normal and the highest temperature since March 31, 1945. Earlier in March 1945, the temperature of Delhi was recorded at 40.5 degree Celsius. In Madhya Pradesh’s capital Bhopal, Monday’s maximum temperature was recorded at 41 degrees.

There is also a possibility of heatwave in the coming days

Earlier, IMD has also expressed the possibility of heatwave in the coming days in parts of west and northwest India. However, with the drop in temperature from 3 to 5 degrees Celsius in the next two days, there is also a possibility of getting some relief. According to the IMD, when the maximum temperature in the plains goes above 40 ° C and in the hilly regions at least 30 ° C, the heatwave is declared. In the past, due to the Western Disturbance, the temperature was normal from 23 to 25 March due to drizzle, but in addition, the heat was more than normal for the rest of the days.

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