Record temperature in Delhi, 43.6 degrees Celsius, chance of dust storm; Tropical in northern India

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New Delhi: The capital of the country sweating in the heat wave. In July, Delhi witnessed a record 90-year heat wave. The temperature rose to 43.6 degrees Celsius on Thursday. The Central Meteorological Department said that the high temperature will continue today. It is estimated to rise to 41 degrees Celsius.

The highest temperature ever recorded was 45 degrees Celsius in July 1931. This is the highest temperature recorded in 90 years, surpassing the previous record high of 43.5 degrees Celsius in 2012. The Meteorological Department has warned of the possibility of dust storms. Occasional light rain with thunderstorms. Other parts of the country are also experiencing heat waves.