With 1.7 Degrees Celsius higher than normal, the citizens of Ahmedabad experienced a maximum of 43.6 Degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was reported to be 27.5 Degrees Celsius on Monday.
The city is expected to record a maximum temperature of over 42 Degrees Celsius – a little lower than the past few days on Tuesday. Moreover, the maximum temperatures during the coming five days are expected to be more or less the same, read the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD)’s statement.
At 43.6 Degrees Celsius Ahmedabad was reported to be the hottest place in Gujarat on Monday. This was the second consecutive day for the city to be reported as the hottest city in the state as Ahmedabad was the hottest place in the state on Sunday too with a maximum of 43.7 Degrees Celsius.
According to the IMD, the second hottest place in Gujarat was reported to be Gandhinagar with a maximum temperature of 42.8 Degrees Celsius on Monday. Gandhinagar was followed by Rajkot with a maximum temperature of 42.3 Degrees Celsius, Surendranagar with 42 Degrees Celsius, Kandla with 41.5 Degrees Celsius and Bhavnagar with a maximum of 41 Degrees Celsius.