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Heat wave warning for interior TN, not Chennai

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[h=1]Heat wave warning for interior TN, not Chennai[/h]Chennai: Just months after the unprecedented floods, Chennai is now suffering from a different deluge - this time from the sun. For the past few days, Chennaiites are feeling the heat, literally, with officials warning of a heat wave in the city. But all hopes are not lost, as the Met department today said the temperature in the city may come down by a notch. However, they said, the heat wave warning will stay for the next 24 hours in the interior parts of Tamilnadu.

The maximum temperature in the city last year on the same day was 35 degrees Celsius while the maximum temperature today reached 35.5 degrees (till 12.30 pm).

An official cautioned that in some parts of the State the temperature is likely to rise up to 41 degrees Celsius, because of which the heat wave warning was issued.
[h=2]Read more at: http://newstodaynet.com/chennai/heat-wave-warning-interior-tn-not-chennai[/h]
 

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You are fortunate in Chennai..In Dehi & Gurgaon Temperatures have crossed the 43 deg C mark...It was a sweltering heat wave in city yesterday and is likely to continue for next 2-3 days
 
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You are fortunate in Chennai..In Dehi & Gurgaon Temperatures have crossed the 43 deg C mark...It was a sweltering heat wave in city yesterday and is likely to continue for next 2-3 days

Yes, You are right Sir

We have Bay of Bengal generating lovely cold breeeze in the evenings to relax and enjoy.
 
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[h=2]Telanganawoman cooks omelette on hot floor to show heatwave intensity [FONT=&quot][/FONT][/h][h=2][FONT=&quot]Intenseheatwaves have taken many 130 lives so far continuing to be one of the biggestconcern for people. Now this shocking video has surfaced showing the extent ofheat people are suffering from. A woman is Telangana can be seen makingomelette on the floor without any cooking gas. In order to show how hot it isthere in Telangana’s Karimnagar, a woman cooked eggs on the floor at herresidence. [/FONT]

Read more at: [FONT=&quot]http://www.oneindia.com/podcast/telangana-woman-cooks-omelette-on-hot-floor-show-heatwave-intensity7332.html[/FONT]
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[h=2]தகிக்கும் தமிழகம்.. 7 நகரங்களில் 100 டிகிரியைத் தாண்டி மண்டையைப் பிளக்கும் வெயில்! [/h]சென்னை: நெருப்பை அள்ளி தலையில் போட்டது போல இருக்கிறது தமிழகத்தில் வெயிலின் உக்கிரம். இன்று 7 நகரங்களில் 100 டிகிரியைத் தாண்டி வெயில் வெளுத்தது.

தலைநகர் சென்னை முதல் நாகர்கோவில் வரை எங்கு பார்த்தாலும் வெயில்தான். எந்தப் பக்கம் போனாலும் வெயில் வெளுத்துக் கட்டிக் கொண்டிருக்கிறது

சென்னையில் வெயில் 100 டிகிரி பாரன்ஹீட்டுக்குள்தான் இருக்கிறது என்றாலும் கூட வெயிலின் தாக்கம் 105 டிகிரிக்குச் சமமாக உள்ளது.

Read more at: http://tamil.oneindia.com/news/tamilnadu/7-cities-register-highest-temperature-tn-251604.html
 

vgane

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The Chennai's prickly heat (on account of higher humidity) at 40 deg C beats Delhi's 43 deg C in intensity!!
 
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Did Bengaluru hit 40°C? Two government agencies give conflicting reports

A tale of two temperature readings


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By Malavika Balasumbramanian


Although the Garden City is no longer quite so green, Bengalureans are still weather obsessed and have anxieties that their beloved city will never be as cool as it used to be. It’s no wonder then, that anxiety levels marginally shot up over the weekend when it was declared that Bengaluru had hit the 40°C mark.

Read more at: http://www.thenewsminute.com/articl...nment-agencies-give-conflicting-reports-41869
 

yesmohan

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Yesterday (19th april) the highest temperature at Bangalore is 37 degrees C which is the same as in Chennai.
 
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Bangalore was once rightfully called as ‘Garden City’ with Cubbon Park, Lal Barg, Ulsoor lake.etc


Now itis slowly becoming a concrete jungle

Obviously some cities failed to retain its greenery and now paying the penalty.
 

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Bangalore was once rightfully called as ‘Garden City’ with Cubbon Park, Lal Barg, Ulsoor lake.etc


Now itis slowly becoming a concrete jungle

Obviously some cities failed to retain its greenery and now paying the penalty.
hi sir,

i used to stay in bangalore abt 30 yrs back...its used to be looklike hill station....due to IT companies/over population.....
 
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