Chandigarh records 42.2° C four notches above normal

Story By: Rajesh Sharma
Monday, May, 08 2017 - 18:47

Chandigarh on Sunday recorded 42.2 degrees Celcius, four notches above normal.

According to the Meteorological Department the severe heat wave conditions would continue over the next 48 hours.

The rain is predicted rain on May 8-10. 

“Rain and thunderstorm is expected from Monday afternoon onwards, though their chances are more on Tuesday,” the weathermen told reporters.

An intense heat wave prevailed in the neighboring states of Punjab and Haryana with the weatherman forecasting no immediate respite.

As per reports, Hisar in Haryana registered the highest temperature of 45.4° C in the region, five notches above normal.

Karnal braved a high of 43°C, five notches above normal, followed by Ambala at 42.9°C, five notches above normal and Amritsar at 41.7°C, four notches above normal.

While Patiala sizzled at 43.6° C, six notches above normal, the maximum temperature at Ludhiana was 43.5° C, five notches above normal. 


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