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In Delhi-NCR, the month of February has made it feel like April-May this time. This is the second time since 1901 that February has been the hottest. This time the average maximum temperature of February in the capital has been recorded at 27.9 degree Celsius. Earlier in 1960, the same temperature was recorded in February.
Although the warmest February record was made in 2006, the average maximum temperature was recorded at 29.7 degrees Celsius. This year there have been six days when the maximum temperature has been above 30 degrees.
According to the Meteorological Department, this time in Delhi, before February 15, the temperature had crossed 30 degrees. On February 11, the maximum temperature was recorded at 30.4 degrees Celsius. It sometimes happens in February when the temperature goes up to 30 degrees. The heat of this time has left the sweat and the fans have started running. According to the Meteorological Department, this time the Western disturbance came only once and it rained for two days. For this reason, hot winds are coming.
On the last day of February (Sunday), the maximum temperature was recorded at 32.3 degrees Celsius, seven degrees above normal. While the minimum temperature was 15.6 degrees, three degrees above normal. Earlier, the maximum temperature was recorded at 32.5 degrees on February 25 and 33.2 degrees on February 26.
The sports complex in East Delhi was the hottest on Sunday. The maximum temperature was recorded at 32.8 and the minimum was 20.4 degrees Celsius. Palam area recorded a maximum temperature of 31 and a minimum temperature of 17.8 degrees. The maximum temperature is expected to be 31 and the minimum temperature is 13 degrees Celsius on Monday.