After almost three days of temperature being around 41 Degrees Celsius in regions of Gujarat, the Indian Meteorological Department on Wednesday stated that heatwave conditions are expected in at least six districts of the state for the next two days.
The weather forecasting department on Wednesday in its statement said, “Heatwave conditions are very likely to prevail at isolated pockets in Ahmedabad, Amreli, Gandhinagar, Kutch, Rajkot and Surendranagar on Friday and Saturday.”
With the expected heatwave in the regions of the state, citizens are advised to take much care, avoid going outdoors during the afternoon and increase the intake of fluids.
Ahmedabad on Wednesday reported a maximum temperature of 41.5 Degrees Celsius and a minimum of 22.5 Degrees Celsius temperature, marking the third consecutive day of reporting a temperature lower than 42 Degrees Celsius. Overall, Surendranagar was the hottest place in the state with 42.5 Degrees Celsius followed by Kandla with 42.4 Degrees Celsius. Also, the maximum temperature today on Thursday is expected to be around 41 Degrees Celsius.