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The capital on Tuesday recorded scorching temperature as high as 45.3 degree Celsius shattering its 49-year record. The relief is that due to the Phoenix storm, an east wind will arrive from Delhi on Thursday. The people of Delhi will get some relief from the tremendous heat. There is no possibility of much relief from the heat in the next 24 hours. The maximum temperature is likely to be around 42 degree Celsius.

According to the Meteorological Department, on Tuesday, Delhi’s maximum temperature was 43.5 degree Celsius. It was more than five degrees Celsius above normal. Lu Thapades bothered those who came out. However, during the night the temperature remained 23 degree Celsius, which was one degree Celsius below normal. Palam was the hottest area in Delhi. Apart from Palam, the city of Naya town was 43.8 degree Celsius, Jafarpur was 43.4 degree Celsius, Mangeshpur was 43 degree Celsius and the Sports Complex 43.8 degree Celsius.

According to the Meteorological Department, due to hot winds coming from Pakistan and Rajasthan, the heat has increased so much in Delhi. The probability of the storm coming on Thursday is up to 80%. But, the temperature will be between 40 and 42 degrees Celsius.

According to Mahesh Palawat, Chief Metropolis of Skymate, As Phony will grow towards Odisha, East Wind will start reaching in Delhi. There will be some changes due to the winds coming from East on Thursday and Friday. Due to these winds light rain and thunderstorms remain.

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