According to IMD, this year for the first time, Bolangir and Titlagarh are the two cities that crossed 45 degrees Celsius mark on Thursday with the temperatures climbing to 45.3 and 45.2 degrees respectively.
As per IMD, an east-west trough runs from east Uttar Pradesh to Nagaland and strong southwesterly winds from Bay of Bengal to Northeast India prevails in lower tropospheric levels.
The temperature is unlikely to change significantly over the next 2 days and will remain 2-3 degree Celsius above normal in the interior districts, the bulletin read.
The local Met centre has issued a ‘yellow warning’ predicting the prevalence of heatwave like conditions in the State for the next three to four days.
Bhubaneswar: Terming the revised school timings as a wrong decision of Odisha Mass Education Department, Congress MLA Santosh Singh Saluja on Sunday urged the State government to close the school before 11:30 AM every day in order to ensure the safety of students and teachers from the scourge of impending heatwave. The development comes a […]