Burning up: Thailand experiencing longest heatwave in 65 years
Thailand is currently experiencing its longest heatwave in at least 65 years and authorities have advised people to stay indoors.
The average temperature has risen above 40 degrees Celsius in many regions in April, with the mercury spiking one day to a near record breaking 44.3 degrees Celsius.
The hottest day ever recorded in Thailand was 44.4 degrees Celsius on April 27, 1960, in the northern province of Uttaradit.
According to the Thai Meteorological Department, the average temperature nationwide has surpassed alert levels and the heatwave is expected to continue,
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