It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Temperature in the Capital touched 45.1 degree Celsius on Sunday while it was 47.8 degree C in and around Palam airport making it the hottest day in 62 years giving no respite to people reeling under a blistering heat wave.
Adding to the woes of heat-ravaged Delhiites, frequent power cuts across the city aggravated the situation and made life miserable.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said there is no relief likely from the heat wave on Monday and similar weather conditions will continue.
"Instead, the maximum temperature will continue to hover around 45 degree Celsius on Monday as well," the IMD official said, adding, "there will be mainly clear sky".
Thousands of people enraged by power cuts during an extreme heat wave rioted across northern India, setting electricity substations on fire and taking power company officials hostage, officials said Saturday.
originally posted by: luciddream
People who have not build immune system will get sick.
If someone that grew up eating street vendor in India, Cuba, China,they will have better immune defence overall.
Tho, if that person moves to a new country and lives there for 10+ yrs, chances are they will lose the immune system slowly.
originally posted by: blkcwbyhat
a reply to: FlyersFan
I mowed my yard when Phoenix hit 125...you get used to it,for a while.Nothing I'd want to spend all day outside in,but its tolerable in the short run.