The northwest and central regions of India will experience heatwave conditions for the coming three days from Sunday, May 08 with an expected maximum temperature to hover around at 42-44 Degrees Celsius, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) stated in its statement on Saturday.
After recording the maximum temperature of 45 Degrees Celsius, the Barmer district of Rajasthan was the hottest place in the country on Saturday. The IMD further stated that the northwest and central regions of the country are expected to experience an increase of two to four Degrees Celsius in the coming three days. With this, these regions will witness heatwave at around 42-44 Degree Celsius of maximum temperature, added the IMD in its statement.
However, the remaining regions in the country are expected to experience more or less the same temperatures, which means that no significant changes in the maximum temperature are expected for the next three days in these regions, the IMD stated.
The forecast by the weather forecasting department has said that the heatwave conditions are expected on May 8-9 in the west MP, in east Rajasthan and Haryana on May 9-11, in regions of Punjab and Jammu during May 10 and May 11 and in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and west Rajasthan till May 11.
Ahmedabad on Saturday recorded an average maximum temperature of 44 Degrees Celsius and on Sunday too the city is expected to sizzle at 44 Degrees Celsius.