Hubballi (May 16): Brace yourselves for more scorching days ahead as the people of north Karnataka are set to endure relentless heat for the next three days. Dr. RH Patil, the principal nodal officer of the GKMS unit in Dharwad, has confirmed that the dry and hot weather will persist in most parts of north interior Karnataka.
According to Dr. Patil, there is little chance of rain during this period. After May 19, coastal and surrounding areas may experience cloudy weather, but any rainfall will be sporadic and confined to isolated places, he explained.
The temperature in north Karnataka is expected to range between 36 and 38 degrees Celsius over the next three days. However, residents of Vijayapura district and other Kalyana Karnataka districts, excluding Bidar, may face even more intense heat, with temperatures soaring to a scorching 41-43 degrees Celsius, Dr. Patil warned.
As the region continues to battle the hot and dry weather, it is advised to take necessary precautions to stay hydrated and protect oneself from the harsh sun. Seeking shade, wearing lightweight and breathable clothing, and avoiding outdoor activities during peak hours are recommended measures to beat the heat.
Residents are urged to stay updated with the latest weather reports and follow guidelines provided by local authorities to ensure their well-being during this prolonged spell of hot weather.
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