Double Whammy For Bengaluru As Record-Breaking Heat Adds To Water Woes | Read

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  • Published On: April 07, 2024
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To add to its water woes, Bengaluru is now reeling under record-breaking high temperatures, pushing residents to change their daily schedules and wonder how life in the IT hub has changed over the past decade. Over the past few days, daytime temperatures in the city have gone up to 38 degrees Celsius and are inching close to its highest-ever recorded April temperature - 39.2 degrees in 2016. The current temperatures are at least three degrees more than what Bengaluru experiences in April.

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