On Tuesday heat wave conditions continued to remain with soaring temperatures. In most parts of the country temperature crossed the 40 degree celsius . The first of the season was recorded in Bundi in Rajasthan with the maximum temperature at 45.2 degrees Celsius as per a skymet weather report . The other hottest places were Prayagraj and Hamirpur in Uttar Pradesh with 44.2 degrees Celsius . For the 3rd consecutive day in Delhi temperatures was atleast 5 degrees Celsius above normal. In the plains of northwest India there may be a relief from heat as there is a disturbance active in western Himalayan region . This was predicted by the India Meteorological Department (IMD). “Latest Satellite and radar observations show the movement of an intense convective cloud mass across Punjab, Haryana, J&K, Himachal Pradesh, leading to favourable conditions for light to moderate rainfall with occasional intense spells of intense rain along with isolated thunderstorms, lightning, gusty winds and hailstorms over the region during next 3-4 hours,” IMD said.