Heat wave to continue in Rajasthan, Barmer breaks another record
The state is sizzling in the heat wave, with the Met department expecting the severe conditions to continue for the next 48 hours at a few places.
The highest maximum temperature of 43.4 degree Celsius was recorded at Barmer and Churu on Thursday, breaking the all-time record of 43.3 degree Celsius recorded in March 30, 1946.
This is the second time that the desert district has broken the previous all-time high temperature record in the month of March. It was the hottest ever day in Barmer last Monday as the temperature shot up to 44.4 degree Celsius.