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Blistering heatwave to continue, relief won’t last long

New Delhi: After two days of highest temperature in the city now the temperature reaches to 49 despite of the fact that the city saw some relief on Monday se the cloud received some droplets of the rain.

The relief was continued on another day with IMD predicting dust storms. Some areas of Delhi recorded 49 degree Celsius.

In a statement IMD said, there will be a fall in temperature by three to four degree Celsius over many parts of India in the coming days.

IMD told that, today, the maximum and minimum temperature are likely to move around 41 and 28 degree Celsius  respectively. IMD senior scientist RK Jenamani said that the intensity of heatwave conditions might reduce in coming days and has also warned people to stay indoors as the government has now warned a orange alert. 

Day after some relief on Tuesday, from Wednesday onwards temperature will again start rising. Till Friday, the temperature will reach at 45 degree Celsius with heatwave, said IMD.

With heatwave and temperature rising the city has also seen increasing of air quality worsened with poor quality.

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