With weather remaining generally dry during the past couple of days, maximum temperatures across Punjab and Haryana have started to soar.
Weather remained generally dry in the plains of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh during the past two days.
Sizzling temperatures coupled with power cuts added to the woes of people across Punjab, Haryana on Monday.
After three days of respite, sizzling heat was back in most places of Punjab and Haryana with Hisar turning out to be the hottest place in region.
Large parts of Punjab and Haryana, including Chandigarh, had respite from the sizzling heat for the second day on Sunday.
Blistering heat continued to sweep many parts of Punjab and Haryana while there was some relief in other parts including the states` capital Chandigarh.
Punjab and Haryana sizzled on Wednesday under heat wave conditions sweeping the two states.
There was a slight respite from heat wave on Monday as maximum temperature dipped by few notches in many places of Punjab and Haryana.
Despite a marginal dip in maximum temperatures, heat wave conditions on Sunday continued to sweep Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh.
Heat wave persisted in Punjab and Haryana with mercury settling up to six notches above normal at some areas in the two states on Monday.
Punjab and Haryana on Tuesday sizzled under intense heat, with Amritsar turning out to be the hottest in the two states at 44 deg C.
After a respite for two days, people on Friday again experienced a warm weather in Punjab and Haryana.
There was no let up in the heat wave sweeping Punjab and Haryana, with maximum temperatures hovering over 40 degrees Celsius.
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