Gurgaon turned into a boiling cauldron on Sunday


Posted on 15 May 2022


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During a searing heat wave in the country's northern area, Gurgaon, Delhi's neighbour, turned into a boiling cauldron on Sunday, with the mercury reaching an intolerable high of 48.1 degrees Celsius. Unfortunately, little to no reprieve is forecast in the following days, as the weather office issued a severe heat wave warning for northwest India earlier in the day, including a Red alert for Rajasthan. Several areas of the national capital also saw record temperatures, with Mungeshpur reaching 49.2 degrees and Najafgarh reaching 49.1.


Key Points

  • During a searing heat wave in the country's northern area, Gurgaon, Delhi's neighbour, turned into a boiling cauldron on Sunday, with the mercury reaching an intolerable high of 48.1 degrees Celsius.

  • Several areas of the national capital also saw record temperatures, with Mungeshpur reaching 49.2 degrees and Najafgarh reaching 49.1.


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