Ahmedabad with a maximum of 43.7 Degrees Celsius was the hottest place in Gujarat on Sunday. The city recorded a maximum temperature of 2.1 Degrees Celsius higher than the normal whereas the minimum temperature was 28 Degrees Celsius which was around 1.1 Degrees Celsius higher than the normal minimum temperature.
The maximum temperature on Monday in the city is expected to hover at 43 Degrees Celsius and thereafter no large change is expected for the next three days, read the statement issued by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), adding that after these three days, the temperature is likely to rise by two to three Degrees Celsius for the next two days.
However, the citizens experienced some respite from the scorching heat due to the breezy atmosphere during the evening hours, which was the result of the south-westerly winds over the region of the state.
Along with Ahmedabad, Rajkot shared the top position of being the hottest place in the state at a maximum of 43.7 Degrees Celsius temperature. Surendranagar was the second hottest place in the state at 43 Degrees Celsius of a maximum temperature, followed by Gandhinagar at 42.9 Degrees Celsius and Deesa with a maximum of 42.4 Degrees Celsius temperature.