New Delhi, April 20: This year India has to suffer from heat as heat waves are increasing day by day in many states. It has also absorbed in the state like Delhi were heat had reached around 44 degrees in some parts of the city. Dangerous heat will continue to grip much of India late this week and there is no relief in sight.In states like Haryana and Punjab, Chandigarh, Narnaul, and Karnal are experienced the season's hottest day. Narnaul in Haryana which registered a maximum temperature of 45.3 degrees, once again turned out to be the hottest place in the two states. Sriganganagar from Rajasthan recorded the highest maximum temperature of 45.8 degrees celsius.
Uttar Pradesh is suffering from the dry weather where Allahabad ranks as the hottest place in the state having 45 degrees. 37 persons had died in Telangana due to extreme heat during the current season. The highest maximum temperature of 44.1 degrees was recorded in the district of Adilabad.
Balangir from western Odisha searing heat persisted being the hottest place in the state recording a high of 43 degrees. Even some parts of Maharashtra also continued to sizzle having maximum temperature raised above 43 degrees at several places. The India Meteorological Department has predicted severe heat waves at a few places in the eastern and western regions of the state today.
Unseasonably warm end of March and the first half of April throughout much of India was followed by the heat outside of the mountains. Even the heat waves are common every year this year it arrived early and persistence of the heat are particularly worrisome. Still there remains the risk for dehydration, heat exhaustion or heatstroke between the millions of residents and animals.