Vikash Sharma

Before noon the mercury had clocked 42 degrees in Sambalpur which later became the hottest place in Odisha after recording a maximum temperature of 45.2 degrees Celsius by 2:30 pm on Friday.

As per the IMD data, Jharsuguda recorded a maximum temperature of 44.6 by 2:30 pm today.

Here Is District-Wise Max Temperature And Humidity Level

Sambalpur: 45.2 (Humidity 29%)

Jharsuguda: 44.6 (Humidity 25%)

Hirakud: 44.5 (Humidity 31%)

Rourkela: 39.4 (Humidity 41%)

Gopalpur: 34.5 (Humidity 77%)

Puri: 34.1 (Humidity 84%)

Bhubaneswar: 34 (Humidity 75%)

Keonjhar: 34 (Humidity 80%)

Paradip: 33.1 (Humidity 85%)

Chandbali: 32.8 (Humidity 81%)

Balasore: 31.6 (Humidity 87%)

Also Read: SRC issues advisory as IMD predicted heatwave situation for next 5 days in Odisha

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday issued an ‘orange warning’ for heatwave to severe heatwave conditions in different parts of Odisha.

Apart from this, a yellow warning for hot and humid conditions has also been issued for some districts of the state.


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