NEW DELHI: Most parts of north India can expect a searing hot summer this year with average mean temperatures remaining more than a degree above normal, the India Meteorological Department said in
The maximum cases this month have been reported from Chandrapur where 50 people were treated for hyperthermia, followed by Pune where 21 people suffered from high body temperature, data from Mahara
Ahmedabad: As heat wave conditions swept over north Gujarat on Thursday, Idar town in Sabarkantha district was the hottest place in the state with mercury soaring to 43.4°C.
NEW DELHI: In what could be welcome news amid reports of farm distress in several states, there are indications that India could see a normal monsoon even as national weather forecaster IMD is stil
The maximum temperature recorded for Sunday was 33.2 degrees, at par with the normal average for March.
PUNE: January this year was something of a paradox in the age of global warming. It was the coldest January since 2012, but this winter was the fourth warmest the last 117 years.
The changing climate, variation observed in many weather parameters have thrown up a greater challenge of developing newer practices and activities like storing the large amount of precipitation re
Pune: Even as parts of northern and central India shivered this winter and El Nino was absent, 2017 turned out to be the fourth hottest year ever recorded in India.
According to the IMD’s forecast for the coming week, the temperatures are expected to rise one degree every day, touching 20 degrees by Friday.
As fog continued to cover the capital city on Sunday morning, trains services have taken a hit in Delhi and NCR with 73 trains being affected.
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