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Get live updates on India's severe heatwave, with station-wise temperature records and safety tips. Stay informed about the latest developments in this extreme weather event.

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India Heatwave Live Updates: Stationwise temperatures record

Welcome to India Heatwave Live Updates! Brace yourself for real-time coverage of the intense heatwave gripping India. We're here to keep you updated with the latest station-wise temperature records as the mercury soars across the nation. From scorching heat in Rajasthan to sweltering conditions in Madhya Pradesh and beyond, our team is tracking every development. Stay informed and stay safe as we bring you up-to-the-minute reports on this extreme weather event.

  • Jun 15, 2024 09:58 IST
    Heatwave Sweeps Across Northern India: Temperatures Soar on 14th June 2024

    On 14th June 2024, several regions in Northern India experienced severe heatwave conditions, with maximum temperatures soaring well above normal. The states of East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand, Odisha, and Gangetic West Bengal reported significant temperature departures. Below is a detailed table of the recorded maximum temperatures and their departures from normal:

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Haryana
    Rohtak 45.0 4.9
    Hissar 44.6 3.3
    Narnaul 44.0 2.0
    Chandigarh 44.0 5.4
    Karnal 44.2 5.7
    Himachal Pradesh
    Una 43.6 5.2
    Uttarakhand
    Dehradun 40.8 6.3
    Sundernagar 39.4 4.8
    Mandi 38.7 5.9
    Bhuntar 37.0 5.9
    Dharamshala 34.8 5.5
    Pantnagar 43.0 8.0
    Punjab
    Patiala 45.2 6.0
    Amritsar 44.8 5.2
    Pathankot 44.5
    Ludhiana 44.2 5.9
    Delhi
    Ridge 44.8 4.5
    Ayanagar 44.8 3.3
    Palam 44.4 4.2
    Safdarjung 44.0 4.1
    Uttar Pradesh
    Kanpur (IAF) 46.7 6.9
    Prayagraj 46.9 6.9
    Varanasi AP 45.9 5.8
    Hamirpur 46.2 5.1
    Agra Taj 43.5 1.3
    Jhansi 45.6 4.0
    Fursatganj 45.4 5.3
    Sultanpur 45.4 6.0
    Orai 45.2 4.2
    Barabanki 45.2 6.9
    Lucknow 45.3 6.0
    Rajasthan
    Bikaner 42.8 1.4
    Ganganagar 45.2 3.9
    Churu 43.8 2.2
    Pilani 43.9 4.5
    Alwar 43.8
    Bihar
    Dehri 45.6 6.4
    Gaya 45.3 6.6
    Chapra 42.6
    Patna 42.8 5.6
    Madhya Pradesh
    Sidhi 44.4 4.4
    Rewa 44.2 4.2
    Satna 44.1 3.6
    Nowgong 44.0 2.3
    Damoh 43.5 3.3

    The heatwave has resulted in extremely high temperatures, posing significant health risks and discomfort to the residents of these regions. Authorities are advising precautions to mitigate the effects of the heatwave.



  • Jun 11, 2024 09:59 IST
    Headline: Record-Breaking Heatwave Grips Northern and Eastern India - June 10, 2024

    Today, maximum temperatures soared into the range of 42-45°C across many parts of Rajasthan, Punjab, and Delhi. Similar extreme heat conditions were observed in parts of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and isolated areas of Bihar, Jharkhand, Gangetic West Bengal, and East Madhya Pradesh. These temperatures are significantly above normal, exceeding typical values by 3-5°C in several regions.

    Maximum Temperatures (> 42°C) Recorded Across India on June 10, 2024

    State Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Haryana Sirsa 44.2 -
    Rohtak 44.8 4.7
    Hissar 43.6 2.3
    Punjab Amritsar 43.2 3.6
    Ludhiana 42.8 4.6
    Patiala 43.7 4.5
    Delhi Ridge 44.6 4.0
    Lodhi Road 43.8 5.0
    Ayanagar 44.7 3.0
    Uttar Pradesh Prayagraj 46.3 5.3
    Varanasi 45.3 5.2
    Kanpur (IAF) 45.2 -
    Hamirpur 45.2 4.1
    Aligarh 44.2 4.5
    Fatehpur 43.2 2.9
    Agra Taj 43.5 1.3
    Sultanpur 44.8 5.4
    Fursatganj 44.4 4.3
    Basti 44.0 5.9
    Barabanki 44.4 6.1
    Lucknow 43.8 4.5
    Gorakhpur 43.1 5.9
    Rajasthan Bikaner 43.3 -
    Jaisalmer 42.5 -
    Ganganagar 43.8 2.3
    Jodhpur 43.6 3.2
    Jaipur 43.2 3.0
    Barmer 43.2 -
    Bihar Debri 45.6 6.4
    Gaya 45.1 6.4
    Chapra 42.7 -
    East Madhya Pradesh Sidhi 45.2 5.2
    Sastna 43.2 -
    Rewa 42.2 2.2
    Gangetic West Bengal Purulia 43.3 7.0
    Bankura 42.9 6.3
    Asansol 42.8 5.6
    Jharkhand Jamshedpur 43.6 6.5
    Daltongani 44.7 5.5

    The ongoing heatwave presents a severe risk to public health and emphasizes the urgent need for measures to mitigate its effects.



  • Jun 10, 2024 09:19 IST
    Maximum Temperatures Recorded Across India on 09-06-2024

    On June 9, 2024, several regions across India experienced extremely high temperatures, with many areas recording maximum temperatures exceeding 42°C. Notably, areas in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, north Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Bihar, and Gujarat saw temperatures soaring above normal by 2-4°C. Heat wave conditions were particularly severe in isolated pockets of Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh, exacerbating the already challenging weather conditions.

    Table of Maximum Temperatures (> 42°C) Recorded on 09-06-2024

    State Station Max Temperature (°C) 09.06.2024 Max Temperature (°C) 08.06.2024 Departure (°C)
    Haryana Ambala 42.3 3.3
    Rohtak 44.0 42.1 3.9
    Delhi Ridge 43.7 42.2 2.6
    Safdarjung 42.5 41.4 3.0
    Palam 43.5 42.0 3.0
    Lodhi Road 43.0 42.0 3.0
    Ayanagar 43.9 41.6 2.0
    Uttar Pradesh Prayagraj 45.9 45.2 5.0
    Varanasi 44.6 44.3 4.2
    Kanpur (IAF) 44.6 44.3
    Hamirpur 44.2 44.2 2.5
    Churk 43.6 43.6 3.7
    Orai 43.8 43.4 2.9
    Fatehpur 42.6 43.2
    Agra Taj 44.0 43.1 0.2
    Sultanpur 43.2 43.0 4.3
    Fursatganj 43.0 43.0 2.7
    Jhansi 44.4 42.9 1.9
    Lucknow 43.0 42.5 3.3
    Gorakhpur 43.0 42.2 5.6
    Bahraich 42.6 42.2 4.9
    Madhya Pradesh Rewa 43.2 43.6 1.7
    Khajuraho 43.6 43.6 0.3
    Sidhi 43.0 43.2 1.3
    Tikamgarh 44.0 43.0 2.7
    Nowgong 43.5 42.6 0.8
    Gwalior 43.4 42.5 1.3
    Satna 43.2 42.4 1.4
    Shivpuri 42.0 42.2 0.9
    Bihar Gaya 44.5 44.0 5.5
    Patna 43.5 43.0 6.7
    Chapra 42.1 42.3
    Gujarat Surendranagar 43.5 43.0 1.8
    Mahuva 40.4 4.9
    V.Vidhanagar 39.0 42.7 0.1
    Ahmedabad 43.1 42.4 2.2
    Gandhinagar 43.0 42.2 2.2
    Rajkot 42.4 42.1 2.2

    These high temperatures highlight the ongoing heat wave affecting various regions, particularly in the northern and central parts of India.



  • Jun 08, 2024 11:03 IST
    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 42°C) Recorded Over India on 07-06-2024

    • Rajasthan: 44.2°C
    • Isolated Pockets with 43-46°C Temperatures:
      • South Haryana
      • Delhi
      • South Uttar Pradesh
      • Southeast Rajasthan
      • Madhya Pradesh
      • Southwest Bihar
    • Temperature Deviation: Above normal by 2-4°C in these areas.
    • Heat Wave Conditions: Prevailed in isolated pockets of South Uttar Pradesh.
    State Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Chittorgarh 44.2 3.4
    Barmer 43.1 1.3
    Kota 43.4 0.9
    Bikaner 42.8 0.1
    Jaisalmer 42.4 0.4
    Jaipur 42.4 1.2
    Haryana Rohtak 43.3 3.2
    Delhi Ayanagar 43.6 1.5
    Ridge 43.4 2.3
    Palam 43.2 2.2
    Safdarjung 43.0 3.0
    Uttar Pradesh Jhansi 45.8 3.3
    Hamirpur 44.2 2.5
    Kanpur (IAF) 45.1 -
    Agra Taj 44.4 0.6
    Orai 44.8 3.5
    Prayagraj 45.3 4.4
    Varanasi (BHU) 43.6 3.4
    Churk 43.2 3.3
    Fursatganj 43.1 2.8
    Madhya Pradesh Gwalior 43.8 1.7
    Nowgong 44.0 1.3
    Khajuraho 44.6 1.3
    Shivpuri 45.0 3.9
    Satna 43.2 1.4
    Guna 44.4 2.6
    Damoh 45.5 3.7
    Sagar 44.0 3.4
    Tikamgarh 44.0 2.7
    Rajgarh 44.1 2.2



  • Jun 07, 2024 11:24 IST
    Scorching Heat Wave Hits Several Regions in India, 06-06-2024

    Today, maximum temperatures soared to extreme levels across various parts of India, with several regions experiencing temperatures above 42°C. The heat wave has gripped areas in Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, and parts of Odisha. Here is a detailed breakdown of the maximum temperatures recorded across these regions:

    Station Region Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Churu Rajasthan 42.5 -
    Pilani Rajasthan 43.3 0.2
    Alwar Rajasthan 42.2 -
    Kota Rajasthan 42.6 0.1
    Bikaner Rajasthan 42.4 -0.3
    Sirsa Haryana 43.2 -2.0
    Rohtak Haryana 43.6 -1.7
    Narnaul Haryana 42.5 2.1
    Hissar Haryana 42.7 -1.9
    Ayanagar Delhi 43.2 1.0
    Palam Delhi 42.3 1.0
    Hamirpur Uttar Pradesh 42.2 0.5
    Orai Uttar Pradesh 45.2 4.3
    Prayagraj Uttar Pradesh 43.2 1.8
    Jhansi Uttar Pradesh 44.1 -
    Gwalior Madhya Pradesh 42.5 0.4
    Shivpuri Madhya Pradesh 44.0 2.9
    Tikamgarh Madhya Pradesh 43.5 2.2
    Guna Madhya Pradesh 43.2 2.6
    Sagar Madhya Pradesh 43.2 2.6
    Damoh Madhya Pradesh 44.0 2.2
    Rajgarh Madhya Pradesh 43.0 0.4
    Brahmpuri Vidarbha 43.0 1.9
    Gondia Vidarbha 42.2 1.5
    VV Nagar Gujarat 42.7 3.8
    Surendranagar Gujarat 42.3 0.6
    Bolangir Odisha 43.0 3.2
    Nuapada Odisha 42.3 -
    Durg Chhattisgarh 42.8 4.9
    Raipur Chhattisgarh 42.3 -

    This detailed table outlines the severe heat wave conditions, with notable high temperatures and their departures from normal across different stations.



  • Jun 06, 2024 10:15 IST
    Extreme Heat Across Northern India on 05-06-2024

    The intense heat wave continued to sweep across northern India on June 5, 2024, with many regions experiencing temperatures above 42°C. This heat wave affected several states, including Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh. Notably, temperatures soared to extraordinary levels, creating severe conditions for residents.

    Summary of Maximum Temperatures

    The table below summarizes the maximum temperatures recorded in various cities on June 5, 2024, compared to the previous day, and notes the departure from the average temperature for this period.

    State Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Previous Day (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Bikaner 42.4 43.9 -0.3
    Kota (A) 44.3 44.7 1.8
    Churu 43.8 45.3 1.5
    Sriganganagar 44.4 45.2 1.9
    Jaipur 42.9 43.4 1.7
    Haryana & Chandigarh Rohtak 45.3 45.1 5.2
    Ambala 42.2 N/A 3.2
    Chandigarh 42.9 43.0 4.1
    Hissar 44.6 44.4 2.3
    Delhi Delhi-Ridge 44.3 44.0 3.2
    Delhi (Safdarjung) 44.0 43.8 4.0
    Palam 44.4 43.9 3.4
    Punjab Patiala 42.6 43.5 2.8
    Ludhiana 43.1 43.0 3.9
    Uttar Pradesh Jhansi 45.9 46.8 3.4
    Varanasi 42.4 43.8 2.0
    Fatehpur 46.2 N/A 5.0
    Orai 45.0 45.2 4.1
    Hamirpur 45.2 46.2 3.5
    Aligarh 43.4 N/A 3.6
    Madhya Pradesh Rewa 45.6 43.5 4.1
    Guna 42.2 44.0 0.4
    Satna 42.6 44.1 0.8
    Gwalior 44.6 45.0 2.5
    Nowgong 43.8 44.6 1.1
    Tikamgarh 43.5 N/A 2.2
    Khajuraho 43.2 44.2 -0.1

    Observations

    • The highest temperature recorded was 46.2°C in Fatehpur, Uttar Pradesh.
    • Significant heat wave conditions were observed in southern Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and isolated parts of Haryana and north Madhya Pradesh.
    • Temperatures were generally 2-4°C above normal in these regions.



  • Jun 05, 2024 10:09 IST
    Heat Wave Conditions Persist Across Several Indian States 04-06-2024

    Today, heat wave conditions continued to affect several parts of India, particularly in West Uttar Pradesh, West Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, East Uttar Pradesh, and northwest Madhya Pradesh. The maximum temperatures recorded in these regions were notably high, exceeding 43°C in many areas. Below is a detailed summary of the maximum temperatures recorded on June 4, 2024, across various stations in the affected states.

    State Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Churu 45.3 3.0
    Ganganagar 45.2 3.0
    Kota 44.7 2.3
    Bikaner 43.9 1.4
    Jaisalmer 43.5 1.5
    Jaipur 43.4 2.4
    Haryana & Chandigarh Sirsa 45.4 4.1
    Rohtak 45.1 2.2
    Narnaul 44.5 2.3
    Hissar 44.4 3.8
    Chandigarh 43.0 3.4
    Delhi Ayanagar 44.2 4.0
    Lodhi Road 44.2 4.3
    Ridge 44.0 2.9
    Palam 43.9 3.8
    Safdarjung 43.8 3.7
    Punjab Bhatinda 45.3 3.7
    Patiala 43.5 2.8
    Amritsar 43.2 3.2
    Ludhiana 43.0 4.4
    Uttar Pradesh Jhansi 46.8 4.4
    Hamirpur 46.2 4.2
    Kanpur (IAF) 46.2 -
    Agra Taj 46.1 3.0
    Orai 45.2 4.0
    Prayagraj 45.2 3.1
    Varanasi (BHU) 43.8 2.6
    Etawah 43.5 1.6
    Fursatganj 43.4 3.5
    Madhya Pradesh Gwalior 45.0 2.8
    Nowgong 44.6 1.6
    Khajuraho 44.2 0.5
    Shivpuri 44.2 3.0
    Satna 44.1 1.8
    Guna 44.0 2.0
    Damoh 43.6 1.6
    Rewa 43.5 1.3
    Sidhi 43.4 1.5
    Rajgarh 43.0 0.4
    Mandla 43.0 1.9

    The intense heat wave conditions are expected to persist, and residents in the affected areas are advised to take necessary precautions to stay hydrated and avoid prolonged exposure to the sun.



  • Jun 04, 2024 09:48 IST
    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 42°C) Recorded Over the Country on 03-06-2024

    Today, heat wave conditions prevail in some parts of Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, and Rajasthan, as well as in isolated pockets of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

    Rajasthan

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Ganganagar 46.5 4.3
    Bikaner 43.8 1.3
    Alwar 44.0 -
    Kota 43.5 1.1
    Chittorgarh 43.6 3.0
    Churu 45.1 2.8
    Pilani 45.8 4.7
    Barmer 43.8 1.6
    Jaisalmer 43.8 1.8

    Haryana & Chandigarh

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Sirsa 46.4 -
    Ambala 43.5 4.2
    Rohtak 45.8 4.8
    Narnaul 45.0 2.7
    Hissar 45.4 3.3
    Chandigarh 43.8 4.6

    Delhi

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Safdarjung 44.6 4.6
    Palam 44.8 3.8
    Ridge 44.9 5.2
    Ayanagar 45.1 4.3
    Lodhi Road 44.6 4.6

    Punjab

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Amritsar 45.9 5.5
    Ludhiana 44.1 4.3
    Patiala 44.6 4.8

    Uttar Pradesh

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Agra Taj 45.2 2.1
    Etawah 43.5 1.6
    Hamirpur 45.2 3.2
    Orai 44.0 2.8
    Varanasi 44.6 3.2
    Prayagraj 45.4 3.3
    Jhansi 45.3 2.9
    Fatehgarh 44.0 -
    Fatehpur 44.2 2.6
    Kanpur (IAF) 46.8 -

    Vidarbha

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Amravati 43.0 2.7
    Wardha 42.1 -0.6

    Madhya Pradesh

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Prithvipur 45.5 -
    Bijawar 45.8 -
    Khajuraho 45.0 1.3
    Gwalior 43.5 1.3
    Rajgarh 43.0 0.4
    Damoh 43.6 1.6
    Shivpuri 44.0 2.8
    Tikamgarh 43.0 1.6
    Sagar 43.6 2.4
    Nowgong 44.0 1.0
    Rewa 43.4 1.3
    Guna 43.2 1.2



  • Jun 03, 2024 10:05 IST
    Heat Wave Conditions Across Central India on June 2, 2024

    Today, heat wave conditions prevail in isolated pockets over the central parts of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh. Several regions across India recorded maximum temperatures of 42°C and above, indicating the intensity of the heat wave.

    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 42°C) recorded across India on 02-06-2024

    State/UT Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Ganganagar 45.4
    Bikaner 44.6 3.2
    Alwar 43.6 2.1
    Kota 43.4 1.0
    Chittorgarh 43.2 2.6
    Churu 43.6 1.3
    Jaisalmer 42.5 0.5
    Haryana & Chandigarh Sirsa 45.4
    Bhiwani 45.1
    Rohtak 44.2 3.2
    Narnaul 43.2 0.9
    Hissar 42.7 0.6
    Chandigarh 42.4 3.2
    Delhi Safdarjung 42.8 3.0
    Palam 43.5 3.0
    Ridge 43.7 4.0
    Ayanagar 43.3 3.0
    Lodhi Road 43.8 4.0
    Punjab Amritsar 43.5 3.1
    Ludhiana 42.2 2.4
    Patiala 42.6 2.8
    Uttar Pradesh Agra 43.5 0.4
    Taj 42.0
    Ayodhya 43.2 1.2
    Hamirpur 42.2 1.9
    Aligarh 44.8 3.6
    Orai 43.0 0.9
    Prayagraj 45.2 2.8
    Jhansi 42.3 0.9
    Fatehgarh 46.2
    Fatehpur 45.2
    Kanpur 45.2
    Vidarbha Akola 42.8 1.0
    Amravati 42.6 2.3
    Chandrapur 43.4 0.1
    Yavatmal 45.0 3.8
    Madhya Pradesh Prithvipur 45.1
    Bijawar 45.0
    Khajuraho 43.2 -0.5
    Gwalior 43.5 1.3
    Rajgarh 42.9 0.7
    Damoh 42.5 0.5
    Shivpuri 44.0 2.8
    Tikamgarh 44.0 2.6
    Nowgong 43.8 0.8
    Guna 43.4 1.4
    Chhattisgarh Raipur 43.0
    Durg 42.4
    Bilaspur 42.4
    Jharkhand Daltonganj 42.5 0.6
    Odisha Titlagarh 42.1 0.5
    Boudh 42.3 0.1
    Sonepur 42.3

    These recorded temperatures indicate the widespread heat wave conditions affecting various parts of India. The high temperatures and significant departures from normal values underscore the severity of the heat wave situation.



  • Jun 01, 2024 10:13 IST
    Record High Temperatures in India on May 31, 2024

    On May 31, 2024, several regions in India experienced exceptionally high temperatures. Below is a table summarizing the observed maximum temperatures along with their departures from normal values:

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) 48.2 -
    Sirsa (Haryana) 47.8 -
    Bhatinda Airport (Punjab) 47.6 6.0
    Ganganagar (Rajasthan) 47.3 5.1
    Chhatarpur (Madhya Pradesh) 47.1 -
    Ayanagar (Delhi) 47.0 6.0
    Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) 46.8 3.6
    Titilagarh (Odisha) 46.5 3.9
    Daltonganj (Jharkhand) 46.0 4.8
    Bhandara (Vidarbha) 46.0 -
    Una (Himachal Pradesh) 45.0 6.3
    Kavali (Coastal Andhra Pradesh & Yanam) 45.0 5.2

    These extreme temperatures highlight the significant heatwave conditions prevailing across various parts of the country. The data reflects both the recorded temperatures and their departures from the average values, emphasizing the severity of the heat in these regions.

    Stay informed, stay safe!



  • May 31, 2024 10:11 IST
    Observed Maximum Temperatures on 30-05-2024

    Station State Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Ganganagar Rajasthan 48.3 5.6
    Sidhi Madhya Pradesh 48.2 6.9
    Varanasi Uttar Pradesh 47.8 7.1
    Narnaul Haryana 47.5 6.8
    Daltonganj Jharkhand 47.4 6.7
    Jharsuguda Odisha 47.0 5.9
    Ayanagar Delhi 47.0 4.9
    Brahmpuri Vidarbha 46.9 3.8
    Raipur Chhattisgarh 46.8 4.7
    Patiala Punjab 46.2 5.6
    Dehri Bihar 46.0 5.6

    Stay informed, stay safe!



  • May 30, 2024 10:11 IST
    Heat Wave Conditions on 29-05-2024

    Regions Affected:

    • Severe Heat Wave: Rajasthan, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, Uttar Pradesh
    • Heat Wave: Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha

    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 45°C) / Heat Wave Stations over Northwest India

    State Station Max Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Ganganagar 46.9 4.2
    Bikaner 46.2 3.3
    Jaipur 46.0 -
    Churu 47.7 4.7
    Phalodi 47.0 -
    Jaisalmer 46.5 3.9
    Haryana & Chandigarh Alwar 47.5 6.0
    Pilani 48.2 5.9
    Sikar 45.3 -
    Hissar 48.5 -
    Chandigarh 46.0 -
    Bhiwani 46.4 -
    Rohtak 48.8 7.9
    Sirsa 48.2 -
    Narnaul 48.3 7.6
    Delhi Safdarjung 46.8 6.4
    Palam 47.0 6.0
    Ridge 47.3 5.6
    Ayanagar 46.8 4.7
    Punjab Amritsar 45.8 5.3
    Ludhiana 46.1 6.8
    Patiala 45.7 5.1
    Pathankot 46.1 -
    Bhatinda 48.5 7.2
    Faridkot 46.0 -
    Uttar Pradesh Kanpur 46.8 7.1
    Varanasi 46.7 6.3
    Prayagraj 48.8 7.1
    Churk 47.0 6.1
    Fatehpur 46.2 4.4
    Fursatganj 47.2 7.0
    Orai 47.4 5.4
    Hamirpur 47.6 5.2
    Jhansi 47.5 4.4
    Agra 48.0 5.1

    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 45°C) / Heat Wave Stations over Central & East India

    State Station Max Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Vidarbha Brahmpuri 46.7 3.6
    Bhandara 45.0 -
    Nagpur 45.2 1.7
    Wardha 45.0 2.2
    Madhya Pradesh Sidhi 46.6 4.3
    Rewa 46.2 4.3
    Khajuraho 47.4 3.7
    Gwalior 46.4 3.9
    Tikamgarh 45.5 3.8
    Satna 46.7 4.7
    Nowgong 45.8 2.0
    Damoh 45.5 2.5
    Shivpuri 46.0 4.0
    Chhattisgarh Bilaspur 45.4 2.2
    Mahasamund 45.4 -
    Raigarh 46.7 -
    Mungeli 45.5 -
    Surajpur 45.0 -
    Mana 45.7 3.7
    Durg 45.5 3.4
    Raipur 45.5 3.4
    Jharkhand Daltonganj 47.7 7.0
    Odisha Boudh 45.3 -
    Sonepur 46.2 -
    Titlagarh 46.0 3.6
    Bolangir 46.3 5.3
    Jharsuguda 46.0 4.9
    Sambalpur 45.6 3.9
    Bihar Gaya 47.4 7.4
    Dehri 46.8 6.4
    Sheikhpura 46.2 8.5
    Bhojpur 46.6 8.5
    Aurangabad 48.2 9.5
    Buxar 45.9 7.2
    Nawada 47.3 9.3
    Rajgir 45.6 9.8
    Arwal 47.1 8.7
    Bikramganj 46.5 7.5



  • May 29, 2024 10:27 IST
    28-05-2024: Extreme Heatwave Conditions in Northern and Central India

    On Tuesday, many parts of northern and central India experienced extreme heatwave conditions, with temperatures soaring to 50 degrees Celsius in Churu, Rajasthan, and Sirsa, Haryana. In Delhi, the temperature settled nine notches above normal.

    At least three weather stations in Delhi recorded maximum temperatures of 49 degrees Celsius or more. Mungeshpur and Narela in Delhi recorded 49.9 degrees Celsius, while Najafgarh recorded 49.8 degrees Celsius, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). This marked the highest maximum temperature recorded in the capital this season.

    The IMD reported that heatwave to severe heatwave conditions prevailed over most parts of Rajasthan, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, many parts of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and isolated pockets of Bihar and Himachal Pradesh.

    Churu in Rajasthan was the hottest place in the country with a maximum temperature of 50.5 degrees Celsius, followed by Sirsa-AWS in Haryana (50.3 degrees Celsius), Mungeshpur and Narela in Delhi (49.9 degrees Celsius), Najafgarh (49.8 degrees Celsius), Sirsa (49.5 degrees Celsius), Ganganagar in Rajasthan (49.4 degrees Celsius), and Pilani, Phalodi in Rajasthan, and Jhansi (49 degrees Celsius).

    Due to the scorching heat, the Haryana government advanced summer vacations in all state-run and private schools to Tuesday.

    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 45°C)/Heat Wave Stations over Northwest India dated 28-05-2024

    State Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Ganganagar 48.3 5.6
    Bikaner 48.2 5.3
    Kota 48.2 4.8
    Ajmer 46.3 5.4
    Barmer 49.3 6.7
    Jodhpur 47.4 5.8
    Jaipur 46.4 4.6
    Churu 50.5 5.0
    Udaipur 45.4 4.8
    Phalodi 49.4 6.3
    Jaisalmer 48.7 6.1
    Bhilwara 47.4 4.9
    Alwar 46.2 -
    Pilani 49.0 -
    Sikar 45.5 -
    Chittorgarh 47.0 7.0
    Dholpur 48.1 4.5
    Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi Hissar 46.3 5.1
    Chandigarh 45.1 5.3
    Karnal 44.2 4.9
    Ambala 44.5 5.3
    Rohtak 47.1 6.2
    Bhiwani 45.5 -
    Sirsa-AWS 50.3 -
    Sirsa 49.5 -
    Nuh 48.0 -
    Jhajjar 47.0 -
    Mahendragarh 47.0 -
    Narnaul 47.5 6.8
    Safdarjung 45.1 5.0
    Palam 46.0 5.0
    Ridge 46.3 5.0
    Ayanagar 46.7 5.0
    Najafgarh 49.8 8.0
    Narela 49.9 8.0
    Pitampura 47.6 7.0
    Mungeshpur 49.9 8.0
    Punjab Amritsar 45.4 4.9
    Ludhiana 45.8 5.5
    Patiala 45.4 4.8
    Pathankot 47.1 -
    Bhatinda 48.4 7.1
    Uttar Pradesh Hardoi 44.5 5.2
    Kanpur 45.0 5.3
    Gorakhpur 42.2 4.6
    Bahraich 43.0 4.6
    Orai 46.2 -
    Jhansi 49.0 -
    Aligarh 44.8 4.2
    Agra 47.8 4.9
    Bulandshahr 46.0 -
    Hamirpur 46.2 3.8
    Himachal Pradesh Una 44.0 4.9
    Mandi 39.4 6.1
    Jammu & Kashmir Batote 32.7 5.0
    Bhaderwah 34.6 6.0
    Kukernag 31.6 7.1
    Gujarat Ahmedabad 45.2 3.3
    Kandla 45.3 4.3
    Vidarbha Amravati 45.0 4.1
    Nagpur 45.6 2.1
    Wardha 45.0 2.2
    Madhya Pradesh Sagar 46.7 5.0
    Niwari 48.7 -
    Datia 47.4 2.4
    Gwalior 46.7 4.2
    Shivpuri 46.0 4.0
    Shajapur 45.9 3.9
    Nowgong 45.8 2.0



  • May 28, 2024 10:16 IST
    Heat Wave Conditions Across India on 27-05-2024

    Today, heat wave to severe heat wave conditions prevailed over:

    • Most parts of Rajasthan
    • Many parts of Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi
    • Some parts of Madhya Pradesh
    • Isolated pockets of Uttar Pradesh

    Heat wave conditions also prevailed in isolated pockets of:

    • Jammu-Kashmir
    • Himachal Pradesh
    • Gujarat
    • Vidarbha

    Highest Maximum Temperature: 49.4°C recorded in Phalodi, West Rajasthan.

    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 45°C) / Heat Wave Stations

    Region Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Ganganagar 48.3 5.6
    Bikaner 48.2 5.3
    Kota 48.2 4.8
    Ajmer 46.3 5.4
    Barmer 49.3 6.7
    Jodhpur 47.4 5.8
    Jaipur 46.4 4.6
    Churu 48.0 5.0
    Udaipur 45.4 4.8
    Phalodi 49.4 6.3
    Jaisalmer 48.7 6.1
    Bhilwara 47.4 4.9
    Alwar 46.2
    Pilani 48.5 7.0
    Sikar 45.5 4.5
    Chittorgarh 47.0 5.1
    Dholpur 48.1
    Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi Hissar 46.3 3.8
    Chandigarh 45.1 5.0
    Karnal 44.2 4.9
    Ambala 44.5 5.3
    Rohtak 47.1 6.2
    Bhiwani 45.5
    Sirsa 48.4
    Nuh 48.0
    Jhajjar 47.0
    Mahendragarh 47.0
    Narnaul 47.5 6.8
    Safdarjung 45.1 5.0
    Palam 46.0 5.0
    Ridge 46.3 5.0
    Ayanagar 46.7 5.0
    Najafgarh 48.6 8.0
    Narela 48.4 8.0
    Pitampura 47.6 7.0
    Mungeshpur 48.8 8.0
    Punjab Amritsar 45.4
    Ludhiana 45.8 4.9
    Patiala 45.4 5.5
    Pathankot 47.1
    Bhatinda 48.4 7.1
    Uttar Pradesh Hardoi 44.5 5.2
    Kanpur 45.0 5.3
    Gorakhpur 42.2 4.6
    Bahraich 43.0 4.6
    Orai 46.2 4.2
    Jhansi 48.1 5.0
    Aligarh 44.8 4.5
    Agra 47.8 4.9
    Bulandshahr 46.0
    Hamirpur 46.2 3.8
    Himachal Pradesh Una 44.0 4.9
    Mandi 39.4 6.1
    Jammu & Kashmir Batote 32.7 5.0
    Bhaderwah 34.6 6.0
    Kukernag 31.6 7.1
    Gujarat Ahmedabad 45.2 3.3
    Kandla 45.3 4.3
    Vidarbha Amravati 45.0 4.1
    Nagpur 45.6 2.1
    Wardha 45.0 2.2
    Madhya Pradesh Sagar 46.7 5.0
    Niwari 48.7
    Datia 47.4 2.4
    Gwalior 46.7 4.2
    Shivpuri 46.0 4.0
    Shajapur 45.9 3.9
    Nowgong 45.8 2.0
    Damoh 47.0 4.0
    Guna 47.2 4.8
    Rajgarh 46.8 4.0
    Tikamgarh 45.5 3.8
    Katni 45.2
    Khandwa 45.1 3.4
    Khajuraho 47.2 3.5



  • May 27, 2024 09:39 IST
    Heat Wave Conditions Across India on May 26, 2024

    Today, heat wave to severe heat wave conditions prevailed over most parts of Rajasthan and in some parts of Delhi. Heat wave conditions also affected regions in Punjab, Haryana, interior Maharashtra, and West Madhya Pradesh. Isolated pockets in Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh experienced heat wave conditions as well. The highest maximum temperature recorded was 49.8°C in Phalodi, West Rajasthan.

    Maximum Temperatures (≥ 43°C) and Heat Wave Stations

    State Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Ganganagar 47.8 5.1
    Bikaner 48.6 5.7
    Kota 47.1 3.7
    Ajmer 46.2 5.3
    Barmer 49.0 6.4
    Jodhpur 46.4 4.8
    Jaipur 45.6 3.8
    Churu 47.6 4.6
    Udaipur 43.9 3.3
    Phalodi 49.8 -
    Jaisalmer 48.5 5.9
    Interior Maharashtra Akola 45.2 3.0
    Parbhani 44.0 2.0
    Nanded 43.6 3.9
    Chandrapur 43.2 -0.2
    Gondia 44.4 1.3
    Wardha 44.1 1.3
    Washim 43.4 1.8
    Yeotmal 46.6 5.5
    Brahmapuri 45.0 1.9
    Madhya Pradesh Ratlam 44.2 4.4
    Sagar 46.2 4.5
    Satna 43.8 1.8
    Gwalior 45.6 3.1
    Nowgong 45.0 1.2
    Damoh 45.2 2.2
    Guna 46.2 3.8
    Tikamgarh 45.5 3.8
    Umaria 43.0 0.7
    Mandla 43.2 1.5
    Khajuraho 46.0 2.3
    Khargone 45.0 2.1
    Khandwa 45.1 3.4
    Ujjain 43.7 2.6
    Narsinghpur 43.7 1.4
    Bhopal 45.4 4.1
    Jabalpur 43.4 1.6
    Indore 43.3 2.9
    Haryana & Delhi Hissar 46.0 3.5
    Chandigarh 44.5 4.4
    Ambala 44.8 5.6
    Safdarjung 45.4 5.0
    Palam 46.1 5.1
    Ridge 45.5 3.8
    Ayanagar 46.3 4.2
    Najafgarh 48.1 7.0
    Mungeshpur 48.3 8.0
    Rohtak 46.7 5.8
    Narnaul 47.0 6.3
    Punjab Amritsar 45.2 4.7
    Ludhiana 44.8 5.5
    Patiala 45.7 5.1
    Faridkot 47.4 -
    Bhatinda 46.9 5.6
    Uttar Pradesh Sultanpur 44.0 4.4
    Hardoi 44.0 4.7
    Bareilly 43.1 3.6
    Orai 45.4 3.4
    Lucknow 43.5 3.4
    Jhansi 47.6 4.5
    Varanasi 43.0 2.6
    Gujarat Ahmedabad 43.2 1.3
    Gandhinagar 43.0 1.3
    V.V Nagar 43.7 4.1
    Kandla 43.7 2.7
    Himachal Pradesh Una 44.4 5.3
    Chhattisgarh Raipur 43.0 1.0
    Telangana Adilabad 44.8 1.8

    The temperatures highlight the widespread and severe heat wave conditions affecting these regions.



  • May 26, 2024 09:54 IST
    May 25: Maximum temperature of 50.0°C was recorded in Phalodi

    Amid a severe heatwave during India's sixth phase of general elections on Saturday, Phalodi in Rajasthan recorded a scorching maximum temperature of 50.0°C, the highest since June 1, 2019, when Churu, also in Rajasthan, logged 50.8°C. Notably, Phalodi had experienced India's all-time high temperature of 51°C on May 19, 2016.

    The intense heat was not limited to the northern plains and central regions, as severe conditions were also witnessed in Himachal Pradesh, Assam, and Arunachal Pradesh. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) warned that the severe heatwave conditions are likely to persist for the next few days.

    At least 17 places across Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh recorded maximum temperatures of 45°C or above on Saturday, according to official data.

    In Rajasthan, temperatures soared to 48.8°C in Barmer, 48°C in Jaisalmer, and 47.2°C in Bikaner. West Bengal's Cooch Behar (40.5°C), Assam's Silchar (40°C) and Lumding (43°C), and Arunachal Pradesh's Itanagar (40.5°C) and Pasighat (39.6°C) also recorded their all-time high temperatures.

    The following table shows the maximum temperatures recorded on May 25, 2024, across various stations in India:

    Station-wise Maximum Temperatures Recorded on 25-05-2024

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan
    Ganganagar 46.5 4.0
    Bikaner 47.2 4.8
    Kota 46.3 3.5
    Ajmer 44.4 4.0
    Barmer 48.8 6.5
    Jodhpur 46.9 5.7
    Jaipur 43.8 2.6
    Churu 47.0 4.3
    Phalodi 50.0 -
    Jaisalmer 48.0 5.5
    Interior Maharashtra
    Akola 45.6 3.5
    Parbhani 45.2 3.5
    Nanded 43.8 2.9
    Jalgaon 43.8 1.6
    Chandrapur 43.4 0.5
    Kardba 44.0 1.1
    Washim 43.8 1.0
    Yeotmal 45.5 4.3
    Madhya Pradesh
    Ratlam 45.0 6.0
    Sagar 43.0 1.6
    Damoh 43.6 1.3
    Guna 43.5 1.4
    Tikamgarh 44.0 2.2
    Dhar 44.0 4.6
    Khargone 45.5 3.1
    Khandwa 45.5 3.0
    Ujjain 44.0 3.1
    Narsinghpur 43.6 1.4
    Bhopal 42.9 1.7
    Indore 43.3 3.0

    The table continues with temperatures recorded in Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat.



  • May 25, 2024 11:14 IST
    24 May: India Swelters as Phalodi Hits Record 49.0°C. Heatwave Grips Nation

    Extreme heat grips India, impacting voter turnout. Despite challenges, commitment to democratic process remains strong.

    Station-wise Maximum Temperatures Recorded on 24-05-2024

    Region Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan Ganganagar 46.6 4.1
    Sikar 43.5 3.7
    Bhilwara 45.5 3.9
    Bikaner 45.8 3.4
    Kota 46.7 3.9
    Ajmer 43.8 3.4
    Barmer 48.2 5.9
    Jodhpur 47.6 6.4
    Churu 44.8 2.1
    Phalodi 49.0 6.2
    Jaisalmer 48.3 5.8
    Chittorgarh 46.0 4.5
    Interior Maharashtra Brahmapuri 45.0 2.4
    Akola 45.8 3.7
    Parbhani 43.5 1.3
    Aurangabad 43.4 3.9
    Jalgaon 45.4 3.5
    Amraoti 44.0 2.7
    Chandrapur 43.0 0.5
    Vardha 44.2 1.3
    Washim 44.2 1.4
    Yeotmal 44.5 3.3
    Madhya Pradesh Ratlam 46.2 7.2
    Rajgarh 46.3 6.1
    Marukheda 45.7 5.9
    Anowari 43.4 2.1
    Shajapur 45.2 2.1
    Guna 44.2 2.8
    Talun 45.7 3.9
    Dhar 45.3 3.3
    Khargone 45.2 1.2
    Khandwa 45.5 1.6
    Ujjain 44.2 2.5
    Tikamgarh 43.0 3.8
    Narsinghpur 43.8 0.8
    Bhopal 43.7 2.2
    Indore 44.1 4.4
    Haryana Hissar 43.8 2.2
    Narnaul 43.0 0.8
    Dadri 43.1 -
    Jind 43.3 -
    Sirsa 45.4 -
    Mahendragarh 43.6 -
    Bhiwani 43.4 -
    Punjab Firozpur AWS 43.5 -
    Bhatinda (Airport) 44.8 -
    Ludhiana AWS 44.1 -
    Uttar Pradesh Bulandshahr 43.0 -
    Orai 43.8 -0.8
    Gujarat Ahmedabad 45.5 3.6
    Gandhinagar 45.5 3.2
    V.V. Nagar 44.1 4.8
    Kandla 44.1 2.3
    Amreli 43.8 3.0
    Deesa 44.8 4.2
    Baroda 44.0 4.1
    Surendranagar 44.0 1.5
    Chhattisgarh Durg 43.2 -

    Highest Temperature Recorded

    • Phalodi (West Rajasthan): 49.0°C

    The extreme weather conditions pose significant challenges for voters and election officials alike, with the potential to impact voter turnout. Despite the sweltering heat, the commitment to maintaining the democratic process remains strong, as officials urge citizens to exercise their right to vote.



  • May 25, 2024 11:13 IST
    23 May, 2024: Extreme Heatwave Grips India

    23 May: Extreme Heatwave Grips India, IMD Reports Alarming Temperatures. Stations across Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and more record scorching highs, raising concerns.

    The IMD has also reported extreme heat wave conditions across various parts of the country. The detailed maximum temperature readings for various stations as of May 23, 2024, are as follows:

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan
    Ganganagar 46.1 3.6
    Sikar 44.2
    Bhilwara 46.0
    Alwar 43.0
    Pilani 44.5
    Bikaner 46.5 4.1
    Kota 47.2 4.4
    Ajmer 44.8 4.4
    Jaipur 44.0 2.8
    Barmer 48.8 6.5
    Jodhpur 47.4 6.2
    Churu 47.0 4.3
    Phalodi 48.6 5.0
    Jaisalmer 47.5
    Udaipur 44.2 3.9
    Chittorgarh 45.4
    Maharashtra
    Brahmapuri 43.2 0.6
    Malegaon 42.6 2.1
    Aurangabad 43.5 4.0
    Beed 43.4 2.6
    Amraoti 43.2 1.9
    Yeotmal 43.5 2.3
    Madhya Pradesh
    Damoh 44.0 1.7
    Dhar 44.6 5.2
    Khargone 44.6 2.2
    Khandwa 45.1 3.5
    Ujjain 45.0 4.1
    Tikamgarh 44.0 2.2
    Gwalior 42.4 0.1
    Shivpuri 44.0 2.9
    Guna 46.6 4.5
    Bhopal 44.4 3.2
    Indore 44.5 4.2
    Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi
    Hissar 43.8 2.2
    Rohtak 42.5 2.1
    Sirsa 45.4
    Balasmand AWS 44.9
    Bhiwani 44.3
    Jafarpur 42.0 2.0
    Najafgarh 42.4 1.0
    Punjab
    Firozpur AWS 43.4
    Bhatinda (Airport) 45.4 5.0
    Pathankot AWS 43.2
    Uttar Pradesh
    Jhansi 43.1 0.3
    Orai 45.0 2.9
    Gujarat
    Kandla 45.5 3.7
    V.V Nagar 44.1 4.8
    Bhuj 42.8 4.1
    Gandhinagar 46.0 3.7
    Ahmedabad 46.6 4.7
    Amreli 44.4 3.6
    Deesa 45.4 4.8
    Rajkot 43.8 3.0
    Bhavnagar 42.2 2.0
    Baroda 45.0 5.1
    Surendranagar 45.9 3.4
    Odisha
    Nuapada 44.0
    Chhattisgarh
    Durg 42.6



  • May 25, 2024 11:09 IST
    22 May: Heatwave Scorches India with Temperatures Exceeding 41°C

    As sweltering heat grips various regions, temperatures soar to 41°C and above in Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Punjab, urging residents to brace for intense heatwave conditions.

    Maximum Temperatures (41°C) / Heatwave Stations (22-05-2024)

    Station Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure (°C)
    Rajasthan
    Ganganagar 46.2 3.7
    Sikar 44.0 4.2
    Bhilwara 44.0 2.4
    Alwar 46.0 6.3
    Pilani 47.2 2.6
    Bikaner 45.0 2.9
    Kota 45.7 3.4
    Ajmer 43.8 3.7
    Jaipur 44.9 3.7
    Barmer 46.0 3.7
    Jodhpur 45.2 4.0
    Churu 46.8 4.1
    Jaisalmer 45.7 3.2
    Udaipur 43.0 2.7
    Maharashtra
    Akola 44.0 1.9
    Malegaon 43.0 2.5
    Beed 43.3 2.5
    Madhya Pradesh
    Damoh 44.2 1.9
    Ratlam 45.6 6.6
    Dhar 43.7 4.3
    Khargone 44.2 1.8
    Khandwa 44.1 2.5
    Ujjain 44.2 3.3
    Hoshangabad 44.2 2.5
    Tikamgarh 44.0 2.2
    Khajuraho 44.8 1.3
    Gwalior 45.0 2.4
    Nowgong 45.5 2.7
    Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi
    Hissar 45.5 3.9
    Mahendragarh 46.3 4.5
    Jhajjar 43.6 4.0
    Rohtak 44.9 3.0
    Sirsa 47.8 4.0
    Nuh (AWS) 42.5 2.2
    Bhiwani 46.0 2.4
    Safdarjung 42.4 1.7
    Ayanagar 42.2 0.1
    Palam 42.4 4.0
    Mungeshpur 44.6 3.0
    Najafgarh 43.9 3.9
    Himachal Pradesh
    Una 42.4 3.9
    Punjab
    Amritsar 43.8 3.7
    Ludhiana 42.8 4.0
    Bhatinda (AMFU) 45.4 5.0
    Bhatinda (Airport) 46.6 6.2
    Pathankot 45.1



  • May 25, 2024 11:08 IST
    Record-Breaking Heatwave Sweeps Across India on 21 May

    As temperatures soar across India, several regions have experienced scorching heatwaves, with some areas reaching record-breaking highs. From Sirsa in Haryana to Una in Himachal Pradesh, these stations have recorded the highest temperatures, prompting authorities to issue advisories for residents. Let's delve into the details of these extreme weather conditions and the precautions necessary to mitigate their effects.

    Top Temperatures in India (21-05-2024)

    Station State/Region Maximum Temperature (°C)
    Sirsa Haryana 47.8
    Najafgarh Delhi 47.4
    Pilani Rajasthan 47.2
    Bhatinda Punjab 46.6
    Agra Uttar Pradesh 46.6
    Ratlam Madhya Pradesh 45.6
    Surendranagar Gujarat 45.4
    Akola Maharashtra 44.0
    Durg Chhattisgarh 43.6
    Una Himachal Pradesh 42.4

    Residents in affected areas are advised to take precautions against extreme heat. Sirsa recorded the highest temperature at 47.8°C, followed by Najafgarh at 47.4°C. Staying hydrated and avoiding peak heat hours are crucial.



  • May 25, 2024 11:06 IST
    See which city will face highest temperature today

    On 20-05-2024, authorities advise staying hydrated and avoiding peak heat hours as extreme temperatures prevail. Several regions, including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Delhi, recorded temperatures above 45°C, with Najafgarh hitting 47.4°C. Precautions are crucial to prevent heat-related illnesses.

    Heat-wave stations over country (20-05-2024

    Station State/Region Maximum Temperature (°C) Departure from Normal (°C)
    Ganganagar Rajasthan 46.3 3.6
    Bikaner Rajasthan 44.8 2.1
    Kota Rajasthan 45.8 2.7
    Jaipur Rajasthan 44.2 2.6
    Barmer Rajasthan 46.1 3.7
    Jodhpur Rajasthan - -
    Churu Rajasthan - -
    Jaisalmer Rajasthan - -
    Akola Madhya Maharashtra 43.8 1.2
    Jalgaon Madhya Maharashtra 43.9 2.0
    Datia Madhya Pradesh 45.2 1.5
    Ratlam Madhya Pradesh 45.5 6.1
    Ujjain Madhya Pradesh 44.0 2.5
    Shivpuri Madhya Pradesh 44.2 2.6
    Khajuraho Madhya Pradesh 44.8 1.3
    Gwalior Madhya Pradesh 44.7 2.2
    Guna Madhya Pradesh 44.6 2.0
    Nowgong Madhya Pradesh 45.5 2.2
    Hissar Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 45.3 3.5
    Ambala Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 42.6 3.7
    Jhajjar Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 45.9 -
    Rohtak Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 45.3 4.6
    Narnaul Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 45.7 3.3
    Sirsa (AWS) Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 47.2 -
    Sirsa Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 46.7 -
    Nuh (AWS) Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 46.8 -
    Faridabad (AWS) Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 46.2 -
    Chandigarh Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 43.2 4.3
    Bhiwani Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi 45.7 -
    Safdarjung Delhi 44.1 4.0
    Ridge Delhi 45.6 4.0
    Ayanagar Delhi 45.7 4.0
    Palam Delhi 45.2 4.0
    Najafgarh Delhi 47.4 6.0
    Una Himachal Pradesh 43.0 4.1
    Amritsar Punjab 44.5 4.7
    Ludhiana Punjab 43.6 4.0
    Agra Taj Uttar Pradesh 46.6 4.3
    Bulandshahar Uttar Pradesh 46.0 -
    Etawah Uttar Pradesh 44.0 2.2
    Jhansi Uttar Pradesh 46.1 3.3
    Kanpur (city) Uttar Pradesh 43.8 3.5
    Hamirpur Uttar Pradesh 45.2 2.4
    Prayagraj Uttar Pradesh 44.5 3.2
    Kandla Gujarat 42.5 0.7
    Gandhinagar Gujarat 45.0 2.4
    Ahmedabad Gujarat 44.5 2.5
    Amreli Gujarat 44.0 2.9
    Deesa Gujarat 43.2 2.4
    Rajkot Gujarat 43.0 2.0
    Bhavnagar Gujarat 44.2 4.3
    Baroda Gujarat 44.2 4.0
    Mahuva Gujarat 42.4 5.6
    Surendranagar Gujarat 44.3 1.8
    Rohtas Bihar 41.2 3.7
    Aurangabad Bihar 41.2 3.7
    Jharsuguda Odisha 42.4 0.6
    Sambalpur Odisha 42.0 0.2
    Dhenkanal Odisha 41.6 0.6
    Daltonganj Jharkhand 43.4 2.5

    Authorities have urged people to stay hydrated, avoid going out during peak heat hours, and take necessary precautions to prevent heat-related illnesses. The IMD had earlier warned of extreme heat during the April-June period, coinciding with the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections ending on June 1.