Ahmedabad has seen a mild drop in temperature in comparison to last three days and the average maximum temperature during the day on Friday was 43.3 degrees Celsius. The highest temperature in Gujarat was recorded in Surendranagar at 46 Degrees Celsius.
According to the statement released by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the maximum temperature in the state will remain more or less the same for the next 24 hours. The weather forecasting department has issued a yellow alert in the districts like Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Patan, Surendranagar, Amreli, Mehsana, Kutch and Botad of the state.
Reporting a maximum temperature two notches below normal, Ahmedabad experienced a maximum temperature of 43.3 Degrees Celsius on Friday and the city is expected to experience a maximum temperature of around 43 Degrees Celsius till May 19.
However, the citizens in Gujarat will get a partial respite from the soaring temperature and scorching heat as the maximum temperature after three days is likely to drop by 3 Degrees Celsius, stated the IMD.
After Surendranagar, Amreli and Junagadh were the second hottest districts in the state with a maximum temperature of 44 Degrees Celsius. The third highest temperature in the state was reported at a maximum of 43.4 Degrees Celsius in Rajkot, followed by Ahmedabad at 43.3 Degrees Celsius and Gandhinagar at 42 Degrees Celsius on Friday.