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Gulbarga district hit by heat wave

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Day temperature of 42 degrees Celsius highest in State

GULBARGA: Severe heat wave conditions prevailed in Hyderabad Karnataka region with Gulbarga recording the highest day temperature of 42 degrees Celsius in the State.

According to the summary observations recorded by the India Meteorological Department at 8.30 a.m. on Wednesday, the day temperature of 42 degrees Celsius recorded in Gulbarga district was 2 degrees Celsius more than the average day temperatures recorded in the district in the past 10 years. The minimum temperature recorded in Gulbarga was 25.4 degrees Celsius, which was minus 1 degree Celsius than the average temperature recorded in the past 10 years.

Oppressive weather conditions prevailed even in Bidar, which is popularly known as the “hill station of Hyderabad Karnataka region”.

The day temperature shot up to 39 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature was 25 degrees Celsius. Raichur's day temperature shot up to 41 degrees Celsius and the minimum was at 26 degrees Celsius.

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