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03 April 2019 Current Events In Delhi: Temperature Is Likely To Raise Up to 39 Degrees Celsius

IMD forecast stated that due to the rise in the level of Mercury there is a probability that within the next 48 hours on Thursday temperature may raise up to 39 degree Celsius. Also, a squall of dust storm may hit the capital on Friday. As per the previous records, Delhi's maximum temperature was recorded to be 35.3 degrees Celsius and the minimum was 16.2 degrees Celsius but this time the rise in temperature seems to be high.


In Delhi: Temperature Is Likely To Raise Up to 39 Degrees Celsius

IMD forecast stated that due to the rise in the level of Mercury there is a probability that within the next 48 hours on Thursday temperature may raise up to 39 degree Celsius. Also, a squall of dust storm may hit the capital on Friday. As per the previous records, Delhi's maximum temperature was recorded to be 35.3 degrees Celsius and the minimum was 16.2 degrees Celsius but this time the rise in temperature seems to be high.




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