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Sarojini Bishi

Bhubaneswar: The entire country is in a state of intense summer heat. Fire is falling from the sky. Last year’s record has been broken. Even today, the weather department has predicted severe summer floods in the state. Today there will be heavy summer rain in Niagara, Angul, Mayurbhanj and Boudh. For this, the weather department has issued an orange warning to this district.

As of 8:30 am today, 35°C was recorded in Bhavanipatna, 34.2°C in Balangir, 33.4°C in Rourkela, 33.8°C in Chandbali. Similarly, 33°C temperature was recorded in Cuttack, Baripada, Keonjhar, Jharsuguda, Balasore, 32.4°C in Titilagarh, 32.2°C in Bhubaneswar and Talcher. On the other hand, 32.2°C was recorded in Talcher while 31.4°C was recorded in Bhadrak, Nuapada, Jagatsinghpur.

On the other hand, such summer flow will continue until May 2, said the Meteorological Department. This May will be more than every year. The Indian Meteorological Department has informed about this. 23 districts have been warned for severe heat wave till next 24 hours. However, 21st and 22nd may bring temporary relief. From May 26 to May 2 there will be fire and rain again.

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