Bhubaneswar, Mar 29: Odisha is experiencing a heatwave as no less than 13 locations throughout the state recorded temperature at 40 diploma Celsius or above on Monday whereas the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast a probable rise in temperature by two to a few diploma throughout subsequent two days. While Titlagarh recorded the best at 42.2 levels Celsius, it was adopted by Baripada (42 levels Celsius), Bolangir (41.5 levels Celsius), Jharsuguda and Sambalpur (41.2 levels Celsius every), Angul and Hirakud (41.1 levels Celsius every), Malkangiri (41 levels Celsius), Bhubaneswar (40.5 levels Celsius), Nayagarh and Talcher (40.2 levels Celsius every) and Balasore and Cuttack (40 levels Celsius every).
The Maximum temperature may be very prone to rise by 2-3 levels Celsius over the districts of Odisha throughout the subsequent two days and no main change thereafter, the IMD stated in its forecast. The Regional Meteorological Centre, Bhubaneswar, additionally issued heatwave warning for a number of districts of Odisha until April 1.
Heatwave situation is prone to happen at one or two locations over the districts of Bolangir and Sonepur on Tuesday and proceed until 8.30 am of Wednesday, it stated. Similarly, it stated that the heatwave situation is prone to happen at one or two locations over the districts of Bolangir, Sonepur, Sambalpur, Angul, Boudh and Kalahandi from 8.30 am of March 31 until 8.30 am on April 1.
Meanwhile, the Special Relief Commissioner requested the district authorities to stay ready for the heatwave circumstances in sure locations as predicted by the IMD.
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