It appears that people in Hyderabad can finally take a deep breath of relief, as the heat wave-like conditions are set to recede, making room for some rain.
After suffering through intense heat for several weeks, the city is set to receive much-needed relief in the coming days.
According to the latest reports from the India Meteorological Department – Hyderabad, there will be no more heat waves in the city for the rest of the month, with daytime temperatures expected to fall below 40 degrees Celsius.
The drop in maximum daytime temperatures will provide relief to Hyderabad residents who have been struggling to cope with the extreme heat for the last fortnight.
The IMD has reported that Hyderabad will not be the only place in Telangana to experience relief from the heat wave.
Other districts in the state, including Nirmal, Nizamabad, Rajanna Sircilla, Karimnagar, Mahabubabad, Warangal, and Rangareddy, are expected to experience light to moderate rains with lightning and gusty winds, as well as a hailstorm until Thursday. Daytime temperatures in these areas will also be below 40 degrees Celsius.
Despite the relief from the scorching temperatures, people will still have to contend with high relative humidity in the morning hours, which may cause them to sweat profusely.
The El Nino climate pattern, which is associated with extreme heat waves and weak monsoons, is expected to emerge around this summer season, according to global meteorological models.
Weather and climate patterns are affected by El Nino. In India, it is associated with drought or weak monsoons. La Nina, on the other hand, is associated with intense monsoons and colder winters. It has a cooling effect.
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