On Saturday for the second consecutive day, temperature broke the old record and made people running for shade. The maximum temperature was recorded at 40.5 degrees on Saturday, while the minimum temperature was 18.9 degrees. On Friday, the maximum temperature was recorded at 40.4 degree and the minimum was 22 degree. People troubled by the hot winds that run after noon.
27 April was the warmest day in the last eight years. Here, the maximum temperature in Mukteshwar was 28.0 and the minimum temperature was 12.5 degrees Celsius. Nainital’s maximum mercury was 27 and minimum 18 degree Celsius was recorded. Almora recorded maximum temperature of 32 degrees, Pithoragarh 27 degrees, Champawat 31 degrees.
The sky will remain clear on Sunday
State Meteorological Center director Vikram Singh said that the sky will remain clear on Sunday and the sunny weather will remain, due to which the maximum temperature can be as high as 38 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature can be as high as 20 degrees Celsius.