As the temperatures start soaring in many parts of the world, it is getting increasingly difficult for people to do even the most basic things that require being outdoors.

Source: Sky Met Weather

And the situation in India is no different as 15 cities in the country were reported to be the hottest across the world on Friday. A report from Skymet Weather suggested that most of these cities were from central India and neighbouring regions.

Source: Samaa

While Khargone in MP was the hottest with 46.6 degrees, Akola in Vidarbha ranked second 46.4 degrees.

9 of the 15 hottest cities were from Maharashtra, 3 from MP, 2 from UP and 1 from Telangana.

Source: Zee News

Reports suggest temperatures are expected to rise and reach 47 degrees in some areas.