Bhubaneswar: The Regional Meteorological Centre today informed that the temperatures of day and night in the State will increase gradually across Odisha from this week.
All the stations at the State have crossed the 10 degree Celsius mark in the past 24 hours, except Jharsuguda.
“As per the latest reports, the minimum temperature of all places in the State rose above 10 degree Celsius yesterday night, except Jharsuguda which recorded 9.5 degree Celsius,”said weather expert at the MeT department Sudarshan Mishra.
He also added that for next few days weather will remain dry in most of the places across the State.
“The weather will be dry for the next four days and light rainfall is likely to take place from the fifth day which will bring the mercury down. Subsequently, the temperature is expected to increase again and both the day and night temperatures will rise,” added Mishra.
As per reports, Malkangiri remained the hottest with 34.5 degree Celsius yesterday while the twin city Cuttack and Bhubaneswar recorded 28.5 and 29.6 degree Celsius respectively.