IMPHAL, Aug 18 - Manipur recorded one of the highest-ever temperature on Saturday in Noney town, in the western part of the State, where the barometer shot up to 39.92 degree Celsius, according to data from State Directorate of Environment.
It was the second time in the last three days that the hill town had experienced temperatures in excess of 39 degree Celsius. The town recorded 39.82 degree Celsius on August 16.
Moreh, the border town of Manipur also recorded maximum temperature of 38.16 degree Celsius on Saturday, the report added.
The State capital recorded (at Kangla) the maximum temperature of 36.7 degree Celsius.