Red Alert Issued For Rajasthan Districts Due To Intense Heatwave In North India

Delhi has seen its second hottest April this season since 1951 . Jaipur recorded 45.6 degrees Celsius on Sunday .

New Delhi: The North Indian weather reached 45 degrees Celsius in some regions, while areas of Delhi saw an upwards of 47 degrees Celsius, with no relief planned in the coming days.The Safdarjung Observatory, Delhis base station, reported a near-unbearable high of 47.2 degrees Celsius on Saturday, which was five notches above the average and the highest this season so far.The temperature reached 46.9 degrees Celsius at Sports Complex, 46.4 degrees Celsius in Pitampura, 45.8 degrees Celsius at Jafarpur, and 45.4 degrees Celsius at Ridge and Ayanagar, according to forecasters.Delhi has seen its second hottest April this season since 1951, with a monthly average maximum temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius, according to a Delhi Jal Board official.

On Sunday, Jaipur recorded 45.6 degrees Celsius.The department expects a severe heat wave threat (red alert) in Sriganganagar, Hanumangarh, Bikaner, and Churu districts.For Sunday, an orange warning for a high heat wave threat has been issued for Jhunjhunu, Alwar, Bharatpur, Dholpur, Karauli, Sawai Madhopur, Bundi, Kota, Patiala, Pathankot, and Sirsa districts.The maximum temperature in Jammu and Kashmir reached 43.6 degrees Celsius, up by three degrees Celsius, while Ambala, Hisar, Karnal, Karnal, N According to a meteorological official, Jammu recorded a minimum temperature of 23.3 degrees Celsius, which is almost near normal during this time of the season, while Katra, the base camp for pilgrims visiting the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine in Kashmir, has seen a rise over the past few days, with Srinagar registering a maximum of 31.3 degrees Celsius, which is 7.4 inches above normal, indicating a heatwave in certain areas of the valley.