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Half of India reels under the scorching sun, Banda records 47.4 degrees Celsius

Banda in Uttar Pradesh recorded the highest maximum temperature of 47.4 degrees Celsius and at least half a dozen places across India recorded maximum temperatures above 46 degrees Celsius as a massive heatwave swept across 14 states and UTs on Friday.
Heatwave to severe heatwave conditions prevailed in isolated pockets over east Uttar Pradesh while heatwave conditions prevailed in many parts over Vidarbha in Maharashtra, and at some parts over Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, in isolated pockets over western Jammu division, Gangetic West Bengal, Jharkhand, interior Odisha, west Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, north Rajasthan, Punjab, and Kutch in Gujarat, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
The IMD has predicted there will be no significant change in maximum temperatures very likely over many parts of Central India and  Gujarat till  May 1, and no significant change in maximum temperatures very likely over most parts of east India till Saturday. It has already predicted relief for much of NW India and central India due to a fresh Western  Disturbance over the NW Himalayan Region on 2nd May 2022.
Scorching heatwave conditions continued unabated in Haryana and Punjab on Friday as the maximum temperatures continued to stay several notches above normal.
Gurugram, at 45.9 degrees Celsius, was the hottest place in Haryana. Hot weather conditions also prevailed in Hisar and Bhiwani, with both towns recording respective maximum temperatures of 45 degrees Celsius and 44.8 degrees Celsius, the meteorological department's weather report said.
Among other places in Haryana, Narnaul recorded a high of 45 degrees Celsius, while Rohtak sizzled at 44.1 degrees Celsius. Ambala recorded a high of 42.4 degrees Celsius. Karnal recorded a maximum of 42.7 degrees Celsius.
Meanwhile, in Punjab, an intense heatwave prevailed in Bathinda, which recorded a high of 44 degrees Celsius. Patiala recorded a maximum of 43.4 degrees Celsius.
Ludhiana's high settled at 43.2 degrees Celsius, while Amritsar saw the highest temperature of 42.3 degrees Celsius. Jalandhar registered a high of 42.7 degrees Celsius.
Chandigarh, the common capital of the two states, recorded a high of 42.2 degrees Celsius.

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