India is too hot, literally. This, again, comes from NASA Earth Observatory:
Monsoon rains began arriving across India in early June 2016. For many Indians, it was not a moment too soon. After three underwhelming monsoon seasons, broad swaths of the country have been gripped by drought. An estimated 330 million people have been affected by depleted water supplies.
Of all of India’s reservoirs, Panchet Hill in Jharkhand was among the lowest compared to the 10-year average. In the first week of June 2016, the reservoir stood at 4 percent of capacity; the average for June is 40 percent. These two images were taken on June 10, 2015 and June 12, 2016
This is what it looks like at night on June 17, 2016, with much of India hotter than China’s biggest dessert in Xinjiang.
Some parts of India were as hot as 45 degrees Celcius in the evening of June 17, 2016, via earth.nullschool.net