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Heatwave continues to affect normal life in Odisha; Met Dept issues red alert for several districts

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India Meteorological Department, IMD has issued red alert for Gangetic West Bengal and Odisha due to Heat Wave Conditions. IMD also forecast heatwave to severe heatwave conditions continue over East and South Peninsular India during the next five days.

The IMD said, heatwave conditions are expected to prevail over Gangetic West Bengal and heat wave conditions in isolated pockets over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Interior Karnataka and Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam.

The weather department further forecast a fresh spell of rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds in adjoining Central India till tomorrow, plains of Northwest India till Sunday and Western Himalayan Region till 29th of April.

On hot and humid weather, the IMD said, these conditions are very likely to prevail over Tripura, Kerala, Mahe, Coastal Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Assam, Meghalaya, Konkan and Goa from till 28th of April.

Meanwhile, the IMD also said that Delhi will witness thunderstorms with rain and strong surface winds for the next few days.

Odisha continues to sizzle as mercury soars past 40°c in almost all places across the State

Odisha continued to sizzle as the mercury soared past 40 degrees Celsius in almost all places across the state on Friday. Mercury soared beyond 44 degrees Celsius at Angul, Bolangir, Boudh, and Nuapada, making these the hottest places in the state.

Most of the Western Odisha towns recorded 43 degrees Celsius or more. However, coastal pockets were spared by the heat, although humidity levels rose, making life uncomfortable.

Last week, the mercury soared to 45 degrees Celsius in different places in the state. The Bhubaneswar Met office has predicted that there will be no change in the weather conditions and a gradual rise in the maximum temperature by 2 to 3 degrees in several parts of the state over the next four days.

As a result, the maximum temperature will likely be above normal by 4 to 6 degrees Celsius over some districts during the next four to five days. The Met Office, in this regard, issued a Red warning to several districts.

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