Summers: India

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This is a collection of articles, mainly from the Delhi- based press.
Delhi’s weather conditions typically represent the whole northern belt
from Jammu to Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan to Uttar Pradesh, with
local variations in the intensity of temperatures and timing of rainfall.
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Heat waves

Definition

Heat wave conditions are when the maximum temperature in an area is four or more degrees above the normal temperature. (The Times of India)

When does the warm weather arrive?

2012-19: The first 30°C day of the year in Delhi

See graphic, '2012-19: The first 30°C day of the year in Delhi'

See also

January weather in India <> February weather in India <> March weather in India <> April weather in India <> May weather in India <> June weather in India <> Summers: India: statistics and trends that cover more than one month.<> July weather in India <> August weather in India <> September weather in India <> Monsoons: India: statistics and trends that cover more than one month.<> October weather in India <> November weather in India <> December weather in India <> Winter rains: India: statistics and trends that cover more than one month. <> Winters: India: statistics and trends that cover more than one month.

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