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Untimely Power Cuts, Heat Add to Troubles for Delhiites

April 28
11:53 2015

power cutNew Delhi, Tuesday, April 28 – Summers are already in. Thanks to the speedy gust, the intensity of harsh heat is not felt as it could have been in its absence. But power cuts lasting for more than a few hours is hitting the final nail in the coffin. In most of the South Delhi regions, the power outage in the early hours created a mess in several households. Situations were almost the same in Gurgaon as well that normally bears the brunt of untimely power cuts.

The sweltering heat is all set to create enormous troubles for the populace in one go. Children are hit hard by hot climatic conditions since a number of educational institutes will remain open till the middle of May. Families having no source to avail the facilities of room cooling equipments in the absence of electricity predict situations to worsen in May to June period when people are left with no option other than to stay indoors as much as possible if going out is not required.

Demand for inverters has vastly surged within last one month given that people want to be ready to protect them from hot weather, which has geared up to make atmosphere warm and moist. Despite the fact that sun-drenched days are soothed by wind blowing at the pace of 14 km per hour on Tuesday, the warmness inside the premises increased when distribution of power supply gets disturbed. Mosquito menace is another issue faced by Delhiites during climate transition.

According to current climate of the metropolitan city, the mercury will swing to and fro between 38 degree Celsius and 40 degree Celsius for this week. Probability of t-storm in some places can’t be nullified today. Hazy sunshine will give a tad relief that is not supposed to last for long as maximum temperature is anticipated to go up. The augment in minimum temperature is also a sign of concern. On the whole, situations are in control as of now but frequent disruption in power transmission could make the things worse.


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