Hyderabad: After a bountiful monsoon, the city is gearing up to welcome winter next month. According to India Meteorological Department (IMD)-Hyderabad officials, there will be a slight nip in the air soon and nights could soon start getting colder.
IMD Hyderabad director Dr K Nagaratna said the temperatures in the city were expected to start dipping around mid-November.
“Around December we will see a change in the weather,” she said, adding that the recent rise in temperature was on account of the monsoon nearing its end.
On Wednesday, the highest temperature recorded in the city was 34.2 degree Celsius at Monda Market, whereas the lowest minimum temperature of 19.1 degree Celsius was recorded at West Marredpally. According to the data recorded at various Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) by the Telangana State Development Planning Society, the maximum temperature in the city during the next couple of days is expected to be in the range of 31 to 33 degree Celsius, while the minimum temperature will be in the range of 21 to 23 degree Celsius.
“Actually, the temperatures are not high. This is the normal weather in Hyderabad during October. However, since we just witnessed the monsoon, many might feel that the temperatures are higher,” Nagaratna said, adding that not just in the city, but temperatures had increased across the State.
Nidamanuru in Nalgonda recorded the highest maximum temperature of 35.4 degree Celsius on Wednesday.
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