Hotter days ahead for Hyderabadi's, mercury set to cross 40 degree Celsius mark soon
HYDERABAD: According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) weekly forecast, the maximum and minimum temperatures in the city will gradually rise...
HYDERABAD: According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) weekly forecast, the maximum and minimum temperatures in the city will gradually rise through the week.
The city is expected to experience hotter days ahead as the Met department forecasts rising temperatures, with mercury levels already touched 38 degrees Celcius on Wednesday and would CRoss 40 degree Celsius mark soon by April 1 and will gradually rise throughout the month.
Along with the day temperature, even the night temperature is on the rise. While it usually settles below 20 degree Celsius, it is hovering between 25 and 29 degree Celsius. At 25.8 degree Celsius, the minimum temperature recorded on Tuesday was three degree Celsius above normal.
The IMD has attributed the rise in temperature to an upper air trough extending from Lakshadweep area to east Madhya Pradesh across north interior Karnataka, Marathwada & Vidarbha.
Due to the heat wave blowing hot and dry southerly winds, some pockets of Rayalaseema and Telangana might cross the mark of 40 degree Celsius. Hyderabad would observe hot and uneasy weather conditions.
According to the Telangana State Development Planning Society (DPS) temperature in areas such as Pashamylaram, Maitrivanam, Khairthabad, Lingampally, Madhapur, Bandlaguda, Quthubullapur, Bahadurpura, Musheerabad soared to 39 degree Celsius. Other areas recorded day-time temperature between 35 and 39 degree Celsius.
The maximum temperature in districts has already touched the 40 degree Celsius mark. According to IMD, Hyderabad, BHadrachalam, Mahabubnagar, Medak, and Nizamabad were the hottest districts in Telangana with a maximum temperature of 40-41 degree Celsius. For the next three days, maximum temperatures are going to soar for three levels more at few places, which are in the range of 37 degree Celsius to 40 degree Celsius.