Thursday was the hottest day ever – The hottest day ever lasted 20-34-45

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Saharapur. The scorching sun, sultry heat and heat waves made it miserable. Thursday was the hottest day of the year. The steady increase in heat made life hectic. In the afternoon the market was deserted due to the heat. There is no discharge from AC and cooler either.
The maximum temperature on Thursday was 40 and the minimum temperature was 28.05 degrees Celsius. It used to rain every year these days, but this time the monsoon hasn’t knocked yet. As a result, the heat increases continuously. The market looked deserted from the heat, too. Ghantaghar, Nehru Market, Shri Ram Chowk, Pratap Market, Raiwala Bazar, Bajoria and District Hospital Chowk, Court Road are crowded every day, but on Thursday the market looked empty. Citizens only came out for essential services by covering themselves with cotton clothing. Even with air conditioning and cooler, people looked restless from the heat.
Increased problem from power failure
With the increase in heat, power outages have also become a problem for people. On Wednesday night there were power outages in many places, including Railway Road, Court Road, Ramnagar Pathanpura, Govindnagar, Behat Road, Khanalampura. Because of this, people kept trying to protect and protect their eyes during the summer.
such a high temperature
Date — min —- max
June 27th –27 ———- 35.5
June 28th — 28.5 ——— 37.2
June 29th – 29th ——– 38.4
June 30th –28 ———- 39.5
July 1st — May 28th —– 40th

Saharapur. The scorching sun, sultry heat and heat waves made it miserable. Thursday was the hottest day of the year. The steady increase in heat made life hectic. In the afternoon the market was deserted due to the heat. There is no discharge from AC and cooler either.

The maximum temperature on Thursday was 40 and the minimum temperature was 28.05 degrees Celsius. It used to rain every year these days, but this time the monsoon hasn’t knocked yet. As a result, the heat increases continuously. The market looked deserted from the heat, too. Ghantaghar, Nehru Market, Shri Ram Chowk, Pratap Market, Raiwala Bazar, Bajoria and District Hospital Chowk, Court Road are crowded every day, but on Thursday the market looked empty. Citizens only came out for essential services by covering themselves with cotton clothing. Even with air conditioning and cooler, people looked restless from the heat.

Increased problem from power failure

With the increase in heat, power outages have also become a problem for people. On Wednesday night there were power outages in many places, including Railway Road, Court Road, Ramnagar Pathanpura, Govindnagar, Behat Road, Khanalampura. Because of this, people kept trying to protect and protect their eyes in the summer.

such a high temperature

Date — min —- max

June 27th –27 ———- 35.5

June 28th — 28.5 ——— 37.2

June 29th – 29th ——– 38.4

June 30th –28 ———- 39.5

July 1st — May 28th —– 40th

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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