Severe heatwave continues to grip Haveri, India

Heatwave Warning

Heatwave continued to grip Haveri district. According to the scientists at State Natural Disaster Management centre, Medleri in Ranebennur taluk recorded a maximum day temperature of 42 degrees Celsius on Saturday. The scientists of the centre told Deccan Herald, “The extreme weather, fuelled by El Nino, is expected to continue for next three days. Parts of the state may receive scattered rainfall.”
 
Ranebennur and Shiggaon taluks are experiencing blistering hot weather. 
 
Interestingly, there is a difference of at least five degree Celsius in maximum temperature in the two extremes of Haveri district. While Ranebennur and Shiggaon taluks are singing at 41 and 40 degrees Celsius, it is 36.8 degrees Celsius in Hanagal.
 
Mysuru district, on Saturday, recorded a maximum temperature of 38 and a minimum of 23 degrees Celsius, according to Organic Farming Research Station at Naganahalli in Mysuru.
 
According to the station, the average temperature is expected to be between 37 and 38 degrees during the day and 23 degrees to 24 degree during the night.
Courtesy of deccanherald.com

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