The weather in Delhi that has been unforgiving for the past few days might take a turn for the worse. The temperature that crossed the normal mark by 2-3 degrees for this season was recorded at 43 degrees Celsius on Monday and went upto 44 on Tuesday. If the weather forecast is to be believed today is going to be even hotter.

What’s the update?

The unforgiving heat streak continues in Delhi with the temperatures likely going above the 42 and 43 degree mark. A dust storm is likely to develop in the city with rising heat and the wind speed may go up to 40 kms per hour.

A senior met official was quoted by TOI as stating that the temperature at Safdarjung station will likely remain at 43 degrees while in the other parts of the city it will go beyond that mark.

Heat wave conditions may also be recorded in the city.

What to expect?

Locals can expect a heavy dust storm and a “very poor” air quality with the dust particles making the air more unbreathable than usual. The AQI which was recorded at 273 on Tuesday is expected to go above the 300 mark in some areas in Delhi today.

There is no imminent relief from the heat though on Thursday the temperature might do down a notch or two because of slight chances of a thunderstorm.

How to cope with the heat?

Readers are advised to remain indoors and carry a mask and umbrella with them while going outside. Make sure to remain hydrated and apply sun protection lotion if you suffer from skin allergies related to heat and dust.

The New Art has made Lucknow even more vibrant, with their artworks on metro station walls

"It has been a great journey so far and this is just the beginning."

If you've crossed or been anywhere near the Transport Nagar or K.D. Singh Babu Stadium metro stations here in Lucknow, we're sure that your eyes must've caught the vibrant artworks donning the walls here. These colossal and vividly hand-painted murals have definitely breathed a new lease of life in these two vicinities and all the credit goes to The New Art.

An art-startup based in Delhi, The New Art are a team of artists and designers who curate realistic murals which are truly a sight to behold and within a short period of time, they've whipped up over 300 artworks all over India. All of these art pieces done by them, are originally designed by the team, from scratch.

Keep reading... Show less

With these 15 Dos & Don'ts , prepare yourself better to beat the Coronavirus!

Let's just keep our fingers crossed for a better future ahead; till then follow these measures!

An outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been plaguing citizens globally and with each passing day, the mortality rates have been on a fluctuating ride. Since COVID-19 has promptly risen up as a pandemic disease, people have been fretting to keep it at bay and this universal chaos, has led to the promulgation of wrong and ambiguous informations as well.

Keep reading... Show less

Keep yourself safe by following these precautionary steps to ward off Coronavirus

Do not ignore the symptoms and stay updated at all times!

The COVID-19 or Novel Coronavirus is a disease that has taken the entire world by storm. The international epidemic has made its way into India and it is highly crucial to keep a tab on the situation around and how you can keep yourself safe amidst all the chaos.

In these days and times, it is easy to get swamped away by loads of fake reports that don't paint the right picture. So, we've compiled everything here for you folks- all you need to know about the virus and how you and your loved ones can stay safe.

Keep reading... Show less

Fuel prices are some of the most easily affected commodity, every time a global situation arises. Be it a trade deal, an imposition or war, fuel prices fluctuate like a lightbulb about to get a short-circuit. Hence, amid the global coronavirus outbreak, which has been declared a pandemic by WHO, fuel prices around the world have dropped down.

Keep reading... Show less

Subscribe to our newsletter

Newsletter

Coronavirus

Headlines

Lucknow

Kanpur

Trending

Jaipur

Gurugram

Indore

Goa

Mumbai