Uttar Pradesh continued to reel under scorching heat today with weather continuing to remain dry.
According to the IMD the heat wave is all set to hit the capital city, UP again as the maximum temperature may shoot to 45 degree in a day or two.
The Bihar government has ordered all schools to be closed from Monday due to the scorching heat that has seen temperatures soaring to 43 degrees Celsius.
Unprecedented heat wave and
drought in major agro regions of Russia could lead to grave
social and economic consequences and would aggravate the
economic crisis in the country, top experts have warned.
Several areas in Chandigarh were on Friday lashed by rains giving respite to the people from the scorching heat conditions in the region.
Uttar Pradesh will continue to reel under blazing heat with the maximum temperature hovering around 40-45 degrees Celsius, the Met office said Monday.
Delhiites continued to reel under high humidity and scorching heat in NCR with light rains in some parts of the city providing little relief.
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