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IMD warns of extreme heat in Delhi, temperature rises by 2-3 degrees in most parts

Pitampura (43.6 degrees) and Mungeshpur (44.1 degrees) reeled under a heatwave.

April 27, 2022 / 08:11 PM IST
Representative image (Image: AP)

Representative image (Image: AP)

Amid a punishing heatwave building up in northwest India, Delhi saw a jump of two to three degrees Celsius in the maximum temperature at most places on Wednesday.

The Safdarjung Observatory — Delhi’s base station — recorded a maximum temperature of 41.5 degrees as against 40.8 degrees on Tuesday.

Pitampura (43.6 degrees) and Mungeshpur (44.1 degrees) reeled under a heatwave.

The weather stations at Najafgarh, Ridge, and Sports Complex recorded their maximum temperature at 43.7 degrees, 43.6 degrees, and 44.2 degrees, respectively.