The scorching sun continues to bring about its relentless fury on the Ranga Reddy district, with the heatwave intensifying by the day. As the temperature rises to dangerously high levels, Ranga Reddy District Collector Dr. S. Harish has issued a warning on Twitter, advising residents to stay indoors during peak daytime hours unless absolutely necessary.
Dr. Harish emphasized the importance of taking adequate precautions to avoid heatstroke, as most areas in the district are suffering from it. In his tweet, he urged people to drink plenty of water and buttermilk to stay hydrated and avoid becoming a victim of the oppressive heat.
“Mercury is soaring day by day in Ranga Reddy district. Do not go out during the hot sun unless it is an emergency. Take proper precautions and consume adequate amounts of water and buttermilk to avoid heatstroke,” he tweeted.
Several areas in the Ranga Reddy district have experienced unusually high temperatures, according to recent weather reports. Gachibowli recorded a scorching 41.3 degrees Celsius on Wednesday, closely followed by Amangal at 41.1 degrees Celsius. Temperatures of 40.9 degrees Celsius were recorded by both Chilkur Mrugavani and Shabad.
In the near future, relief from the sweltering conditions appears unlikely. Meteorologists expect the district to bear the brunt of the intense heat in the coming days, exacerbating the heatwave situation.
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