This summer many regions in India have experienced the maximum temperature soaring between 47 to 50 Degrees Celsius. On the other hand, the northeastern state of India, Meghalaya has been receiving heavy spells of rain along with Jharkhand. The southern state of Kerala has also been kept on alert as the state is expected to receive rain.
Many cities in northern India, including the capital Delhi, are engulfed in the scorching heat. The temperature in Delhi has reached over 47 Degrees Celsius. Mangeshpur recorded a maximum of 47 Degrees Celsius, Pitampura 45.8 Degrees and Jaffarpur recorded 45 Degrees.
Also, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued orange, yellow and red alerts in many regions in India in the coming next days.
According to a recently published report – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the record temperature reported in India and Pakistan was very surprising. The report notes that man’s ability to withstand heat appears to be being tested.
According to the report, temperatures in 15 places in India and Pakistan ranged from 47 to 50 degrees Celsius. Temperatures of 47 to 50 degrees were recorded in 10 places in India and five places in Pakistan. The report had ranked Jakokabad, Pakistan at the first position with a maximum of 50 Degrees Celsius. Ganganagar in India’s Rajasthan was ranked third with 48.1 Degrees Celsius.