The Indian Meteorological Department on Friday warned that heavy thunderstorm and dust storm accompanied by strong winds are very likely in various parts of Uttar Pradesh over the next two days. It added that rains and thundershowers are also very likely at isolated places in the state.
Fatehgarh recorded the highest temperature of 43.7 degrees Celsius.
At least 15 people were killed and 28 others injured in the latest bout of storm that hit various parts of the state on Wednesday.
Another deadly dust storm hit the state in the first week of June, leaving 17 dead and 11 others injured. Most of the deaths were caused due to the falling of trees and house collapse.
The state was swept by three major dust storms last month that left over 130 people dead.
(With inputs from PTI)