Bhubaneswar, June 4 (LocalWire): The Odisha state disaster management authority predicted intense heat wave in most parts of the state for the next five days.
On Tuesday, the weather office predicted a heat wave for different towns of the districts with no respite in the coming days:
Anugul district at 45.6 degree Celsius (Banarpal 45.0 degree), Baleswar district (Bhograi 45.2 degree, Nilagiri 44.9 degree, Oupada 43.8 degree, Simulia 42.0), Baragarh district (Ambabhona 44.1 degree, Bheden 44.9 degree, Paikamal 44.2 degree, Sohela 45.5 degree), Bhadrak district (Bhandaripokhari 45.6 degree, Chandabali 43.3 degree, Gudvela 45.0 degree, Khaprakhol 45.2 degree, Tureikela 45.5 degree), Boudh district recording 45.6 (Kantamal 45.5 degree), Cuttack district (Athagad 45.0 degree, Badamba 43.4 degree, Kantapada 43.9 degree, Nischintakoili 44.1 degree, Tangi-Choudwar 41.2 degree), Dhenkanal district (Gandia 43.4 degree), Gajapati district (Gumma 44.7 degree, Mohana 45.2 degree) Ganjam district (Aska 44.1 degree, Bhanjanagar 44.9 degree, Chhatrapur 43.9 degree, Hinjilicut 45.7 degree, Kukudakhandi 42.4 degree, Polasara 45.6 degree, Sorada 43.6 degree) Jagatsinghpur district (Balikuda 44.6 degree, Jagatsinghapur (P) 43.6 degree, Kujang 41.1 degree), Jajpur district (Badachana 41.9 degree, Bari 44.7 degree, Dasarathpur 44.3 degree, Dharmasala 45.6 degree, Sukinda 42.3 degree), Jharsuguda district (Laikera 45.0 degree) will reel under the impact of severe heatwave.
Similarly, temperature will cross the 40 degree Celsius mark and exceed 7 degrees Celsius when compared to the daily average due to severe heatwave in Kandhamal district (Baliguda 44.1 degree, Phulbani 42.9 degree, Tumudibandha 45.2 degree) Keonjhar district (Banspal 44.2 degree, Champua 44.0 degree, Ghatgaon 40.3 degree, Hatadihi 43.7 degree, Saharapada 42.0 degree), Khurda district (Banapur 42.7 degree, Begunia 44.5 degree, Bolagad 44.5 degree, Jatani 44.0 degree, Tangi 42.3 degree), Koraput district (Boriguma 45.0 degree, Lakhshmipur 45.1 degree, Pottangi 45.2 degree), Malkangiri district 44.1 degree, Mayurbhanj district (Bangiriposhi 43.4 degree, Baripada 45.1 degree, Bijatola 42.4 degree, Bisoi 45.5 degree, Kusumi 41.9 degree, Sukruli 41.9 degree, Tiring 45.3 degree), Nawarangapur district (Paparahandi 44.7 degree), Puri district (Bramhagiri 43.7 degree, Gop 44.9 degree, Kanas 44.7 degree), Rayagada district (Gunupur 45.5 degree, Kashipur 44.2 degree, Padmapur 45.0 degree), Sambalpur district Dhankauda 44.6 degree, Jamankira 44.5 degree, Maneswar 44.6 degree), Sundargarh district 44.8 degree ( Balisankara 45.3 degree, Lephripara 44.9 degree).
The hot weather conditions along with high level of humidity have made lives unbearable for people in the state.
Warning has been issued for the general public to stay indoors, not venture out between 12 noon and 3 pm, avoid strenuous activities outside in the afternoon, drink sufficient water and other liquid supplements to stay hydrated, keep animals in shade and give them plenty of water to drink.
Similarly, workers have been cautioned to avoid direct sunlight, increase the length of rest breaks if working outside, schedule strenuous jobs during cooler times of the day and drink sufficient cool water.