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“Temperatures in parts of India and Pakistan have reached record levels, putting the lives of millions at risk as the effects of the climate crisis are felt across the subcontinent.

The heatwave has also been felt by India’s neighbor Pakistan, where the cities of Jacobabad and Sibi in the country’s southeastern Sindh province recorded highs of 47 degrees Celsius (116.6 Fahrenheit) on Friday”

India and Pakistan heatwave is ‘testing the limits of human survivability’ – CNN

08 Jun 1935 – HEAT WAVE IN INDIA – Trove

27 May 1935 – TRAGIC HEAT WAVE. – Trove

20 Jul 1934 – THE HOTTEST PLACE. – Trove

02 Jun 1934 – Deaths From Heat – Trove

15 Jun 1966 – INDIA Hundreds die in heat wave – Trove

16 Jun 1932 – 22 PERSONS DIE – Trove

01 Jun 1972 – Fatal heat – Trove

12 Jul 1878 – INDIA. – Trove 

The weather is cooler than 1906 and 1896

“Garland Gazette (Garland. Kansas) • 21 Sep 1906. Fri • Page 2
Hard Climate.
Karachi, a port in northern India, has a most unpleasant climate. The parched desert country behind Kara-chi has a terrific heat. Jacobabad, 30 miles away, often records 125 degrees Fahrenheit. The one mail train a day ,carries a coffin in the hot-weather season “for the use of passengers” if need be, and in one year long ago 23 European engine drivers died while working their trains.”

21 Sep 1906, 2 – Garland Gazette at Newspapers.com

“at Montgomery and Jacobabad, on the borders of the Sclnde desert, the maximum for weeks together varies from 114deg. to 123dcg. ‘ in the shade guaranteed by official conditions, while at night the temperature Is often as high as S5 deg. to 90 deg.”
– January 8, 1896

08 Jan 1896 – HOT WEATHER. – Trove

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18 Jul 1896 – Great Heat in Europe. – Trove

17 Jul 1896 – HEAT-WAVE IN EUROPE.

TimesMachine: August 18, 1896

1896 Heatwave

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May 3, 2022