The temperature reached 42 degrees in the west, Wednesday was the hottest this time of year, probability of rain in the next few days

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Meerut

Published by: Dimple Sirohi
Updated Thursday, July 01, 2021 7:35 PM IST

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As the minimum temperature increased, the heat continued to grow. The market was quiet all afternoon. People couldn’t get out of their homes in the hot sun.

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Summer has reached its peak. The temperature reached 42 degrees Celsius in various districts of the western UP, including Meerut-Baghpat. Because of the heat that lasted all day, people could not leave their homes. Due to the strong sun and heat, there is an increased risk of heat stroke. Markets and highways were deserted in the afternoon.The temperature has been rising continuously for a few days. Mercury peaked this season on Wednesday. Baghpat District’s maximum temperature was measured at 42 degrees, while the minimum also remained at 29 degrees. The heat continued on Thursday due to the rise in the lows. The market was quiet all afternoon. People couldn’t get out of their homes in the hot sun.

Meteorologist Dr. N Subhash says there is scorching heat due to the delayed monsoons. For the next two days, it can rain in all locations except four districts of Uttar Pradesh, namely Ghaziabad, Aligarh Hathras and Gautam Budh Nagar.

Follow these steps to avoid heat stroke
Avoid leaving the house in strong sunlight, if you have to go it is upside down
Cover the clothes.
Wear clothing that completely covers your body.
– Drink enough fluids.
Keep eating seasonal fruits.
Drink clean and fresh water, avoid drinking too much cold water.
Give children a solution of salt and sugar.
Do not consume food or drink sold in dirty places.

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Summer has reached its peak. The temperature reached 42 degrees Celsius in various districts of the western UP, including Meerut-Baghpat. Because of the heat that lasted all day, people could not leave their homes. Due to the strong sun and heat, there is an increased risk of heat stroke. Markets and highways were deserted in the afternoon.

The temperature has been rising continuously for a few days. Mercury peaked this season on Wednesday. Baghpat District’s maximum temperature was measured at 42 degrees, while the minimum also remained at 29 degrees. The heat continued on Thursday due to the rise in the lows. The market was quiet all afternoon. People couldn’t get out of their homes in the hot sun.

Meteorologist Dr. N Subhash says there is scorching heat due to the delayed monsoons. For the next two days, it can rain in all locations except four districts of Uttar Pradesh, namely Ghaziabad, Aligarh Hathras and Gautam Budh Nagar.

Follow these steps to avoid heat stroke

Avoid leaving the house in strong sunlight, if you have to go it is upside down

Cover the clothes.

Wear clothing that completely covers your body.

– Drink enough fluids.

Keep eating seasonal fruits.

Drink clean and fresh water, avoid drinking too much cold water.

Give children a solution of salt and sugar.

Do not consume food or drink sold in dirty places.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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