Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena
New Delhi: Summer has arrived with all its heat and sweat leaving you exhausted. A good and chilling drink is all that one needs to say goodbye to the summer heat instantly.
Changing weather pattern in India.
Many parts of northern India including the national capital as well as central and north-western states received showers on Sunday.
Hot and humid days may bring more kidney stones as higher temperatures contribute to dehydration that leads to a higher concentration of calcium in the body that promote the growth of kidney stones.
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.
With its distinctive texture and tangy taste, buttermilk is one drink which has to be a part of your meal specially during summers. Buttermilk is a probiotic food and has great health benefits.
Power demand in the city on Wednesday recorded the season`s highest of 5,528 MW, with the BSES discoms saying they are making all-out efforts to provide better electricity supply to consumers.
A warm and humid Wednesday in Delhi ended in a spell of sharp shower in the evening, bringing much awaited relief for the national capital. The Met Office has forecast a cloudy Thursday.
Weather continued to be mild in the national capital on Wednesday with mercury settling at 36.9 degree Celsius, two notches below normal.
Uttar Pradesh today continued to reel under scorching heat as weather remained dry and hot throughout the state.
It`s not just people but the animals in the wild who are reeling under the intense heatwave that has swept UP and other northern states.
Delhi will experience a partly cloudy Sunday with dust storm and rain in some areas, said the Met Office.
Light rain and thunderstorm could barely bring respite from blistering heat wave conditions in the northern region as mercury refused to drop below the 40 degree Celsius mark in most places on Saturday.
Dry and hot weather conditions prevailed in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan where mercury crossed the 40 degree Celsius mark on Sunday.
Weather was mainly dry in several parts of Uttar Pradesh with Etawah recording a maximum of 43.2 degrees Celsius.
In this scorching heat people are at high risk of dehydration and worse. A heat stroke occurs when a person faces prolonged exposure to high temperatures in combination with heat stroke.
The capital experienced a sunny yet pleasant Wednesday as the maximum temperature settled seven notches below the season`s average at 32.1 degrees Celsius.
The national capital experienced a cloudy Tuesday with the maximum temperature recorded at 30 degree Celsius, nine notches below the season`s average.
With the mercury soaring to 45 degree Celsius, this is the season where you need to be more conscious not just about your eating habits but also about your hair care regime.
Led by light rains and thundershowers temperature in most parts of North India took a slight dip on oday while weatherman has forecast a similar trend in the days to come.
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