"Packing bag": Bangalore temperature is lower than Shimla, Musuri
Part of northwestern India is upset under heat wave-like conditions, and daytime temperatures in the capital Delhi are expected to be around 44 degrees Celsius on weekends. Until Sunday, there will be no rest in the Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Vidarbha regions.
Meanwhile, the people of Bangalore enjoy a cool breeze. On Wednesday, the city’s temperature was recorded at 23 degrees Celsius (11 degrees below normal) due to the remains of cyclone asani. This means that Garden City, already known for its weather, is cooler than summer resorts such as Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) and Musuri (Uttarakhand), according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
The news has become a hot topic on social media, with many Twitter users posting screenshots of the weather app on their phones. Many users said they are planning to move to Bangalore.