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Bhubaneswar boils in February, temp touches 40.6 C

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Bhubaneswar boils in February, temp touches 40.6 C

Bhubaneswar boils in February, temp touches 40.6 C

India Meteorological Department (Bhubaneswar) Director, HR Biswas said that hot weather conditions prevailing in Bhubaneswar and in some districts of Odisha.

He said that Bhubaneswar and Cuttack recorded highest temperature for February 27.

"Bhubaneswar's airport area recorded 40.6 degree Celsius which is highest in Odisha and it may be highest in India," he said.


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