By – Aditi Gupta

The highest recorded temperature in UP was 48.1 degrees Celsius in Jhansi. This location’s temperature was recorded 132 years ago. Agra broke the 26-year record.

Jhansi was the hottest city in the state on the third day of Nautapa in May, with a temperature of 48.1 degrees Celsius. This location recorded a high temperature 132 years ago. However, the heat in Agra exceeded the previous 26-year record. This city has the second-hottest temperature in the state on Monday, with a high of 47.8 degrees Celsius. Agra’s highest recorded temperature was 48.6 degrees Celsius on May 27, 1998.

With 47 degrees, Mathura-Vrindavan and Etah came in second. A PRD Jawan in Etah dropped out and was taken to the hospital. The highest temperature ever recorded was 45.6 degrees in Kasganj, 45 degrees in Firozabad, and 43.6 degrees in Mainpuri. In Bundelkhand, the intense heat took the lives of six people. Three people from Chitrakoot, two from Mahoba, and one each from Hamirpur and Auraiya were among the person who died.

In many places the minimum temperature exceeded 30 degrees. In Hardoi, Lakhimpur Kheri, Varanasi, Bahraich, Prayagraj, and Lucknow, the lowest temperature recorded varied between 30.4 to 31.8 degrees. The Meteorological Department states that there won’t be any modifications to the weather until May 29. However, on May 30, there will be a temperature shift.

Red alert: Ghaziabad, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Aligarh, Mathura, Hathras, Agra, Firozabad, Etawah, Auraiya, Jalaun, Jhansi, Lalitpur, and the surrounding districts may experience a severe heat wave.

The capital’s highest temperature was below 40 until May 23. It began to rise at 24. From 40.2 degrees, the average daily temperature rose to 44.3 degrees. The minimum temperature on 24 was 28.6 degrees at the same time, and it grew steadily to 31.2 degrees. The night temperature on May 25 was found to be 31.3 degrees.

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