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Met attributes it to Northern conditionsA Hyderabad: Nizamabad and Rentachintala recorded the day's...

Met attributes it to Northern conditionsA unsualyHyderabad: Nizamabad and Rentachintala recorded the day's highest temperatures of 41.5 and 41 degrees C respectively on Thursday, even though it is only March-end. According to the Met office, maximum temperatures during the next three days are likely to be 41 degrees C, while on April 1 it may touch 42 degrees C. The day temperatures in several areas in the state are steadily rising as is evident from the recordings on Thursday. It was 40 degrees C in Kurnool, Nandyal, Anantapur and Kadapa. Tirupati, Atmakur, Mahbubnagar, Adilabad and Hyderabad had the maximum temperatures hovering arourd 39 degrees C. Normally such hot conditions prevail in the state either in late April or May. The Met office attributes such phenomenon to the conditions prevailing in the country's Northern parts and to the blowing of hot winds into the state.
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