Bhubaneswar: The capital city is expected to get relief from the increasing heat and humidity over the next two days, with the regional meteorological center predicting thunder squalls accompanied by rain.
“The sky will remain cloudy and the temperature will not rise for the time being. It will, however, change soon after,” a weather expert said.
The capital city has already recorded the maximum temperature of around 39°C on three occasions this year. On March 3, the temperature was 39.7°C. On March 13 and March 14 the mercury touched 39.2°C and 39.4°C, respectively, making life difficult for the citizens.