The weather office, however, said other areas in the central Indian state will continue to face the intense heat wave.

On Wednesday, Bhopal experienced a maximum temperature of 42.3 degrees Celsius, Indore recorded 41.4 degrees, Gwalior recorded 43.7 degrees and Jabalpur witnessed 44.1 degrees.

Tourist hub Khajuraho reeled under a maximum temperature of 46 degrees Celsius -- and so did Gwalior and Datia.

On Thursday, Bhopal recorded a minimum temperature of 30.3 degrees Celsius while Indore registered 26.6 degrees and Gwalior 26.6 degrees. Jabalpur witnessed 28 degrees Celsius.

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