Mercury levels continue to climb upwards in Hyderabad

On Wednesday, the temperature in Hyderabad was 3.8 degree Celsius above the normal and at a few places, the mercury increased and touched 39 degree Celsius.

By Author  |  Published: 14th Mar 2019  1:32 amUpdated: 14th Mar 2019  1:35 am
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Hyderabad: The summer heat is turning

out to be quite difficult to bear, as mercury levels continue to climb upwards in Hyderabad.

On Wednesday, the temperature in Hyderabad was 3.8 degree Celsius above the normal and at a few places, the mercury increased and touched 39 degree Celsius.

According to Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS), Bandlaguda recorded a highest temperature of 39.7 degree Celsius followed by Quthbullapur (39.1 degrees), Khairatabad (38.8 degrees) and Bahadurpura (38.7 degrees).

The weather data with India Meteorological Department (IMD) at its Begumpet office on Wednesday indicated that maximum temperature in Hyderabad was 38.2 degree Celsius against the normal temperature of 35.9 degree Celsius.

Meanwhile as per IMD forecast, temperatures may continue to touch 39 degrees Celsius on Thursday could breach the 40 degrees Celsius mark later this week.

 

 

 

 

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