Delhi records hottest day of season at 44.1 degrees Celsius

Share

The minimum temperature settled at 27.6 degrees Celsius, three notches above the normal, the official said.

The MeT office forecast overcast conditions for tomorrow with the likelihood of rain, thunderstorm and dust storm for tomorrow. Weather stations at Lodhi Road and Ridge recorded a maximum temperature of 43.1 and 44.5 degrees Celsius respectively.

Fidget spinners are banned in some CPS classrooms
Fidget spinners have become a global craze and their popularity among children has prompted some schools to issue a ban on them. They are so popular that some teachers have banned them in the classroom. "Thus far, they have not been a distraction".

Day temperatures were above normal in Rajasthan. Palam recorded a searing 45.1 degrees Celsius.

It will be a sunny Saturday morning with the minimum temperature recorded at 24 degrees Celsius, one notch below the season's average, the weather office said. Maximum temperatures in most parts of both the states crossed the 40-degree mark. Orai, too, witnessed scorching heat as the mercury there touched a high of 45.5 degrees Celsius, while Hamirpur witnessed 44.6 degrees Celsius.

OPEN TO ALL: China's Asian Dream? The Belt and Road Initiative
Xi has popped up in a series of English-language promotional videos, called Belt and Road Bedtime Stories . "He's showing vision. China's initiative is ramping up as President Donald Trump focuses on domestic issues, downplaying foreign affairs.

Despite a drop in temperature in many areas, including the western region, the mercury crossed 40 in at least eight places. A few other places got one cm of rainfall.

"Though the sky will remain partly cloudy on Sunday, the temperature will rise during the next two days", said Surender Paul, director, India Meteorological Department, Chandigarh.

Trump to Implement Commission on "Election Integrity"
In Kobach, Trump also chose someone who supports his claim of massive vote fraud in the 2016 election. She said the commission would lend legitimacy to state efforts to enact discriminatory voting laws.

Share