Top 10 hottest places in India on Sunday

May 31, 2020 10:12 AM |

In India, pre-monsoon season starts from March 1. This is the time when day temperatures in the north, eastern, central and southern states of the country rise. Now one month of this pre-monsoon season have been passed already, several parts are getting hotter gradually. 

The mercury reaching near 40-degree mark in several parts of Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Odisha. Temperatures in northern plains of India is also increading.

Hindi Version: मैदानी भागों में रविवार को 10 सबसे गर्म स्थान

At present, the cities in central parts of the country are experiencing near normal temperature. In the list of top 10 hottest cities during the last 24 hours, Khargone in Madhya Pradesh is the hottest place in the plains of the country, where the maximum temperature has been recorded at 44.5°C.

Take a look at the other hottest places in the country:

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  1. we all have to save the water ,we have over a billion population. we need individually to take step habit of to saving water & how to make our water resources to be Reserved.

  2. Pray to GOD ALMIGHTY ,this year and the next year no body will guess the pattern of mansoon ,pre mansoon…..whatever they call in their terms.
    i hope skymet knows very well the reason.

  3. Dear skymet metrologist….according to IMD forcast monsoon will be delayed by 6 days this year.What is your prediction over this. We are facing extreme heat wave in north mp and IMD’S this forcast is very unfortunate.So plzz tell us your forcast on onsetting monsoon 2016. Thanxx

    1. IMD is the authority to declare the onset of Monsoon. However, we think that heavy rain is expected in next two weeks. And whenever it rains heavily, it is called Monsoon.

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