GUWAHATI : Several parts of India have been reeling under intense heat since April. The Northeast, Middle-East and more than 7 states of India are facing a similar situation. In such a situation, according to the government weather bulletin, another frightening update has come out about the heat. According to the official weather bulletin, severe heat wave conditions will prevail in Tripura, Bengal, Bihar during the next three to four days. The Tripura government had on April 17 announced closure of all schools in the state from April 18 to 23 in view of the scorching heat. Tripura Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha said the health of students will be affected due to extreme heat across the state. Keeping this matter in mind, the state government has decided to close all government and government-aided schools in the state from April 18, 2023 to April 23, 2023. Apart from this, the authorities of all private schools in the state have also been requested to keep their schools closed during this period. The temperature will remain warm in the state for the next five days. Sources at the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Agartala said the temperature has risen and crossed 39 degrees and may touch 40. The temperature may touch 40 but will not exceed it. There is no possibility of crossing the temperature of 40 degrees so far. Yesterday’s temperature was higher than normal. Yesterday’s maximum temperature was 38.9 degrees Celsius and similar hot weather will continue for the next five days. However, there is no possibility of rain in the coming five days. People living in Delhi-NCR will get relief from the scorching heat for the next few days. According to the India Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of sporadic rains for the next four days. Light drizzle has brought relief from the scorching heat. However, most parts of the country are not so lucky. The India Meteorological Department issued a warning on the heat wave. Heat wave conditions are prevailing in five states.