Hot, dry weather in Punjab, Haryana; Hisar sizzles at 44.4

Hot weather conditions prevailed in most parts of Haryana and Punjab today, with Hisar registering a high of 44.4 degrees Celsius.

The maximum temperature in Haryana's Hisar was three notches more than normal limits. Narnaul too sizzled at a high of 44 deg C.

Bhiwani and Karnal also experienced a hot day, recording above normal maximum temperatures of 42 degrees Celsius and 40.5 degrees Celsius, a Meteorological Department report said here.

Ambala's maximum settled at 40.7 deg C, three degrees above normal limits.

Chandigarh, the common capital of Haryana and Punjab, braved a hot day at 40.4 degrees Celsius.

In Punjab, Ludhiana recorded an above normal maximum temperature of 41.5 deg C. Patiala and Amritsar recorded respective highs at 41.6 deg C and 40.3 deg C.

According to the MeT forecast, thunderstorm with gusty winds are likely at isolated places on May 13, 14 in Haryana and Punjab.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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