Jagmohan Garg who lives in delhi, talks about Delhi hottest weather.
The national capital on Tuesday saw the most sizzling day in April over the most recent seven years as the mercury crossed the 43-degree Celsius check in a few sections of the city which reeled under a heatwave.
The Safdarjung observatory, whose recording is viewed as the official figure for the city, recorded a most extreme temperature of 42.5 degrees Celsius, five indents over the season’s normal.
It is the most smoking day in April since 2010 when the greatest temperature had settled at 43.7 degrees Celsius said Jagmohan Garg Delhi.
As indicated by the Met office, the city is probably going to reel under heatwave-like conditions for whatever remains of the days in this week.
The meteorologist has anticipated mostly clear skies for tomorrow.