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Central India Singes at 47 Degrees

There is no relief from the heat as until now. Parts of Maharashtra including the Vidarbha region spit at high temperatures. Nagpur and Wardha districts recorded mercury levels at 47 degree Celsius. Meanwhile, in Odisha, minimum three people have died due to the heat wave as the temperatures stroke 46 degrees. The national capital also recorded heats as high as 45 degrees. Heat wave conditions increased in the lower reaches of Himachal Pradesh too, with mercury at various places resolving above the 40 degree-mark. Una was the most heat in the region with an utmost of 44 degrees, while temperature in Sundernagar settled seven notches above standard at 40.7 degrees Celsius, Met officials said. While Bhunter registered a maximum of 38.2 degrees, Nahan, Solan and Dharamsala recorded sky-scraping of 35.6 degrees Celsius. Temperature in Shimla departed seven notches above normal and established at 30.1 degrees Celsius. The present extended heat wave is anticipated to last at least till May 24. The Met department has forecasted that the monsoon will reach Kerala by June 3.

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