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In several areas of north, east, and central India, IMD issues a heatwave alert.

Parts of India, including the states of Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Sikkim, Odisha, and Andhra Pradesh, received a heatwave alert from the India Meteorological Department.

The regions of Uttar Pradesh and Ganetic West Bengal, which sizzled under high temperatures on Tuesday, would probably continue to experience heat wave conditions, according to IMD's daily weather advisory released at 8 am.

In much of Northeastern India, North India, East India, and in a few isolated areas of Central India, maximum temperatures were above average. For the past 8 days, Gangetic West Bengal has experienced heatwave conditions, and for the past 5 days, Bihar has as well.

In the meanwhile, it's unlikely that maximum temperatures will shift significantly during the following two days. However, it is anticipated that the disturbances present over the western Himalayan region may bring mild rain to the lowlands.

On Wednesday, IMD predicted that clouds and light showers would bring some reprieve from the heat. In Delhi, there was still a heatwave as of Tuesday, with several weather stations recording maximum temperatures that were at least five degrees Celsius higher than average.

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