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Cloudy comfort after hot day
The Hindu

Mercury settles at 410C in city

13 May 2016, New Delhi, Agencies It was a hot day in the national Capital on Thursday as the maximum temperature crossed the 40 degree mark to settle at 41 degrees Celsius, two notches above the normal. The minimum temperature was ... Millennium Post, 2 weeks ago
City scorches at 42.3o Celsius New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago
Cloudy comfort after hot day The Hindu, 1 week ago

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DNA

Light showers bring much needed relief from heat in Delhi

rought much needed relief from sweltering heat in the city and adjoining areas today even as the national capital saw maximum temperature again crossing the 45 degrees Celsius mark. Temperature is expected to see a drop with the MeT department predicting ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Light showers in Delhi bring much needed relief from heat  DNA4 days ago #MumbaiRains: City experiences light showers, local trains come to a halt  DNA1 day ago Dust storm followed by light showers in Delhi brings relief to city dwellers: Met forecast more rains  First Post.com3 days ago
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India Today

Heat wave continues

At 42.8 degrees Celsius, the maximum temperature in the city came down by a degree, but the minor variation failed to bring any relief. There was no sign of relief from the blazing sun thanks to the clear skies, as predicted by the Meteorological Department.
 The Hindu1 week ago Mercury crosses 45 degrees mark in parts of Delhi  Business Standard4 days ago Palam records highest temperature of season  Deccan Herald1 week ago Heat wave sweeps Guj; hottest day for Ahmedabad in last 6 yrs  Business Standard1 week ago
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Rediff.com

Heat breaks 100-year record for Ahmedabad, touches 48 deg C

Heat today broke 100 year record for maximum temperature in the city with mercury touching 48 degrees Celsius, MeT officials said. As the civic officials confirmed one death due to heat stroke here, director of meteorological centre of the IMD said ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Ahmedabad sizzles at 48 degrees, breaks 100-year record  Rediff.com6 days ago Ahmedabad breaks 100-year heat record  Asian Age1 week ago It's 51 deg in Palodhi, Ahmedabad breaks 100-yr-old record  Deccan Herald1 week ago

Mercury goes up again

With cyclone Roanu’s influence wearing off in the city, mercury is heading northwards again. While the maximum temperature had come down to 27.6 degrees Celsius on Thursday following heavy rains, it s...
 The Hindu2 days ago Hottest day of season; mercury crosses 43°C  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Sun singes city as mercury hits 44 C  Times of India1 week ago Mercury hits 36.5oC in city, highest this summer  Deccan Herald1 month ago

City witnesses hottest day of the season at 44 degrees C

Delhiites experienced the hottest day of the season so far with the maximum temperature shooting to 44 degrees Celsius on Monday. In some parts, the mercury even shot up to 46 degrees. Like April, May also began on a hotter note, with the average minimum and ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Jammu sees hottest day of season  Prokerala1 week ago At 45.6C, city records hottest day of season  Times of India1 week ago Bada talab level dips, bare banks jut out  Times of India1 week ago
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Some relief for Delhi on Monday, mercury likely to go up on Tuesday

New Delhi, May 9 (IANS) The city experienced slight relief from scorching heat of the past few days on Monday with the maximum temperature settling at 38.4 degrees Celsius, average for the season. The Met office has however forecast for a hotter Tuesday.
 News Chennai Online2 weeks ago City summer not unusual, heat patterns normal  Asian Age6 days ago Cool breeze in Delhi  Business Standard2 months ago
Bitpipe

Subir Roy: Minimum sense on Maximum City

A draft development plan seeking to chalk out the trajectory that Mumbai will take over the next 20 years to 2034 had been published last year and immediately trashed
 Business Standard1 week ago Mumbai in black and white  The Hindu1 week ago City of LA Maximizes Performance, Cost and Flexibility with HPE Hyper-Converged Systems  Bitpipe1 week ago Mumbai is India's fittest city  GQ2 weeks ago
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Catholic Online

Rains lash city again

12:28 am Indore : Rains lashed the city for the third consecutive day on Saturday, bringing down the maximum temperature by 4 degrees. Regional meteorological department said the condition would remain for the next couple of days. Such conditions ...
 The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Student discovers lost Mayan city, but archaeologists insist it's not there. Isn't that the point of a lost city?  Catholic Online2 weeks ago City gets good showers, temperature comes down  Times of India2 weeks ago Heavy rain lashes city on fifth consecutive day  HT Syndication2 weeks ago

Hotter days in store for city?

Within days of cloud cover dissipation, maximum temperatures across the State have quickly accelerated beyond seasonal normal.Hyderabad recorded 41.6 degree Celsius on Saturday, the maximum in the las...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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