Najafgarh, a district in Delhi, recorded the highest temperature in India on Sunday with a maximum temperature of 47.8 degrees Celsius. This is the highest temperature recorded in the country so far this year.

Delhi’s Mungeshpur and Uttar Pradesh’s Agra Taj Weather Center followed closely behind with a maximum temperature of 47.7 degrees Celsius each.

  • Delhi residents are facing scorching heat, especially in areas bordering Haryana.
  • On Sunday, Najafgarh recorded a maximum temperature of 47.8 degrees Celsius, the highest in the country today.

This temperature is seven degrees Celsius above normal.

Agra Taj Weather Center is in second place with a maximum temperature of 47.7 degrees Celsius.

The maximum temperature in Delhi’s Mungeshpur center was also 47.7 degrees Celsius, putting it in second place.

Mahesh Palawat, a scientist at the weather monitoring agency Skymet, says that winds are blowing from the Thar Desert towards Delhi these days.

Schools Up to Class 8 Closed in Ghaziabad Till May 25 Due to Heatwave

All schools up to class 8 in the district have been closed till May 25 due to the continuous rise in temperature and heatwave. District Magistrate Indra Vikram Singh said that cases of heatstroke are increasing.

The holidays for young children are in the afternoon. Keeping this in mind, classes from pre-nursery to class 8 will be suspended till May 25.

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