Hyderabad: For the last three days, the city has been experiencing hot weather conditions. The highest maximum temperature recorded in the city on Saturday was 32.2 degree Celsius, which is one degree more than normal. The minimum temperature has also increased by 3 degrees, and was recorded at 24.5 degree Celsius on Sunday morning.
Giving insight about the situation, the Director of India Meteorological Department, Hyderabad, Dr K Nagaratna, shares, “The weather will continue to be the same for the next three to four days. Post which there is a forecast for very light showers in the city which may or may not happen. However, the city will again witness scorching heat. The maximum temperature is likely to remain between 32 and 34 degree Celsius for the next few days.”
Some areas of Mancherial, Mulugu, Peddapalli, Khammam, Suryapet, Nalgonda and Wanaparthy are also experiencing a sudden rise in the temperature.
On Saturday, Gowraram in Khammam recorded the highest temperature in the state at 37.5 degree Celsius. The Telangana State Development Planning Society informed that the maximum temperature in many of these districts will be between 32 and 35 degree Celsius for the next three days.
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