Damn, it's hot: Look how killer heatwave melted this road in Delhi

In New Delhi where temperatures have risen upto a blistering 45 degree Celsius have also caused the asphalt roads to melt, distorting road markings.

hidden May 28, 2015 12:52:55 IST
Damn, it's hot: Look how killer heatwave melted this road in Delhi
Damn its hot Look how killer heatwave melted this road in Delhi

Forecasters have predicted that the temperatures in Delhi will continue to rise, adding to the misery of these roads Naresh Sharma/Firstpost

Damn its hot Look how killer heatwave melted this road in Delhi

Blistering temperatures of upto 45 degree Celsius have resulted in road surfaces melting in Delhi. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost

Damn its hot Look how killer heatwave melted this road in Delhi

Road markings have been distorted with the asphalt roads melting due to the heatwave. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost

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