Temperatures have to be four to five degrees above normal when the normal maximum temperature at a station is more than 40 degrees Celsius, or five to six degrees above normal when the normal maximum is less than 40 degrees. In the past few days, it has been hotter than 40 degrees in Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh.
Akola was the hottest place in India with a maximum temperature of 44°C while Titlagarh in Odisha was a close second recording 43.8°C.
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According to Skymate, a private company providing weather services, the highest temperature was recorded in Bhira.
Heat wave warnings have been issued for Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, madhya Maharashtra, south UP, south Haryana, Chandigarh and interior Odisha.
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Up to now it is the highest temperature recorded in that place and it is 7°C more than average temperature.
The summer's first heat wave that had vast regions of the country reeling is set to abate soon as rain showers, coupled with favourable winds, will bring the mercury down.
"It means the temperature during the day would be higher by 2-3 degrees Celsius than normal", V K Rajeev, director, IMD, western region, told PTI.
The village Bhira in Raigad district has been in the headline, as a whooping high 46.5 degrees temperature was recorded there.
According to the IMD data, Malegaon, Nagpur, Chandrpur and Wardha had all recorded 43 degrees and were among the hottest parts of the state.
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On Tuesday Maharashtra's Bhira Town recorded 46.5 Degrees temperature.
IMD officials said on Thursday afternoon that North-Central Maharashtra will face "a moderate heat wave" for the next 48 hours. The maximum temperature in a few cities in Uttar Pradesh - Varanasi, Allahabad, Hamirpur and Agra - crossed 40 degrees. On Monday, the temperature in Ahmedabad had touched 42.8 degree Celsius, highest for the month of March in the last seven years.
In Haryana, Narnaul sizzled at 42 degrees Celsius.
Meanwhile, official agencies have advised people to refrain from venturing outdoors between 12 to 5 pm, ensure sufficient intake of liquids, proper protective clothing from the harsh sunrays and other precautionary measures to avoid heat strokes, which can be fatal. In Himachal Pradesh, Shimla recorded a maximum temperature at 25.1°C, 7.5°C above normal.
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