Hyderabad: Draped under a cover of thick cloud, Hyderabad on Thursday woke up to plummeting day temperatures. As against the normal 31 degrees Celsius, the maximum temperature recorded in the city dipped by at least five degrees Celsius.
According to the forecast by Telangana State Development Planning Society, the city is likely to receive rainfall between 7.5 mm to 15 mm in the next two days. While most areas are expected to receive only light showers, the eastern and western parts of Hyderabad — including Charminar, Serilingampally, RC Puram, Kapra, Malkajgiri and parts of Uppal – are likely to witness up to 64.5 mm of rainfall.
The maximum temperatures in the city for a few days is expected to be in the range of 29 degree Celsius to 32 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperatures to be in the range of 20 degree Celsius to 23 degrees Celsius.
Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department has withdrawn the Orange alert issued for various districts of Telangana. A few districts, including Jagtial, Yadadri Bhuvanagiri, Adilabad, Peddapalli and Macherial witnessed light to moderate rainfall on Tuesday. Kammarpally in Nizamabad received the highest rainfall of 79.5 mm.