The national capital on Monday witnessed the hottest day of August in the last 12 years as mercury breached the 39 degree Celsius mark.
Mercury soared in the national capital on Thursday recording the hottest day of July in last two years with the maximum temperature settling at 41.3 degree Celsius and no signs of rains.
The power situation deteriorated further on Monday in the national capital as several parts continued to reel under long outages in the sweltering heat.
As mercury continued to soar to record levels, the national capital sizzled at 45.5 degree Celsius on Monday.
Bracing for the scorching days ahead, Delhi`s LG Najeeb Jung on Wednesday asked Deputy Commissioners to co-ordinate with various agencies on issues of water and power supply.
The capital experienced a sunny and humid on Wednesday.
It was a sunny Sunday morning in the capital as the minimum temperature settled a notch above average at 26.7 degree Celsius.
Delhiites had to sweat it out on Monday with maximum temperature hovering near the 40-degree mark and high humidity adding to the woes.
Weather continued to remain hot and sultry in the national capital on Monday d slightly down from yesterday`s 39.6 deg C.
Rain and strong winds lashed the capital on Thursday evening, bringing much needed relief to Delhiites who have been braving a harsh summer sun.
The national capital on Tuesday continued to reel under intense heat with hot winds blowing all through the day.
The national capital continued to sizzle under severe heat conditions on Sunday with the maximum temperature settling slightly below 44 deg C.
The national capital continued to remain in the grip of severe heat despite the mercury coming down slightly from the 45-degree mark on Saturday.
There is more to the sizzling heat in Delhi than rising temperatures. Scientists have found unusually high levels of toxic ozone in the city in the past two weeks.
Delhi`s hottest day of the season turned even worse for residents as several areas across the city on Thursday suffered prolonged power cuts.
Vast swathes of the country continued to reel under intense heat, Delhi witnessing its hottest day in a decade for the month of May on Thursday.
Delhiites on Tuesday wilted under scorching heat with the mercury breaching the 45 degree-mark to settle at 45.1 deg C.
Delhi sizzled under heat wave as mercury climbed to 44.6 degree Celsius on Sunday, highest for the season after yesterday`s 43.2 degrees Celsius.
Delhiites got no respite from harsh summer sun with mercury on Thursday reaching 40.8 degree Celsius and hot winds blowing across the city.
Mercury remained below the 40- degree mark for the third consecutive day in the capital to settle at 37.6 deg C on Monday.
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