5 people died of high heat wave in Maharashtra and Indian Meteorological Department has issued warnings of heat wave in different parts of the country.
Due to high temperature in Maharashtra, five people died of high sun stroke. The temperature is exceeding above 40 degrees and the Indian Meteorological Department to issue the warning to the people about high temperature.
According to the reports, the department had already given the warning of the heat wave for the next 48 hours across north Maharashtra.
It also stated that the central and north Maharashtra districts are the worst affected.
With the highest temperature of 46.5°C, Bhira in Maharashtra state tops the list of hottest city in India.
Reports say that, Akola 44.1°C, Wardha, Chandrapur and Nagpur with 43°C, Barmer in Rajasthan with 43.4°C, Ahmedabad with 42.8 degrees and Narnaul with 42°C.
In the begging of the summer itself, certain regions in India recording very high temperature.
Ludhiana in Punjab recorded a temperature which is 7 degrees above normal temperature.
In UP, the temperature crossed 40 degrees in Allahabad, Hamirpur, Varanasi and Agra.
Dehradun which is the capital city of Uttarakhand recorded a temperature which is above the normal one.
According to the IMD reports, heat wave conditions will prevail at isolated regions in Gujarat before temperatures across the state return to normal in 2-3 days.
Apart from the heater regions in the country, Delhi is witnessing a normal temperature of 23°C but which is more than Delhi normal temperature.
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Charan Singh, IMD scientist said that the temperature in Delhi may reach to 38 degree, which is high when compared to the past years. However, the department also expects that the temperature might increase by May.
The heat wave condition will continue for the next four days in the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, west Madhya Pradesh, said Singh.
He also added that the heat wave can be continued for the next two to three days in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and Rajasthan.
By mid-month of May, all the regions of India will come under heat wave temperature, said Singh.
The smallest planet Mercury is recording higher than 40°C at almost every day.