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Heatwave returns to Hyderabad as temp may reach 45 degrees Celsius

As the heatwave condition returns to Hyderabad, the maximum temperature is expected to rise to 45 degrees Celsius by tomorrow.

In accordance with India Meteorological Department (IMD) predictions, Hyderabad city will see a maximum temperature of 41-45 degrees Celsius on June 5.

The weather department also predicts that the temperature will then fall to 36 degrees Celsius on Monday and Tuesday.

Hyderabad city recorded a maximum temperature of 40 degrees Celsius on Friday. Kumram Bheem Asifabad, in Telangana, recorded the state’s high maximum temperature.

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The maximum temperature is expected to reach 41 to 45 degrees Celsius in most districts of the state on Sunday.

Weather in June

Weather-wise, June is a typical month in India when half of the country has already begun to enjoy the monsoon while the other half bakes in the sun while waiting for rain to arrive. According to a forecast by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday, June 2022 will be no exception.

A large part of peninsular India, as well as northeast India, is experiencing monsoon rains. In contrast, much of northwest India is still experiencing summer and pre-monsoon showers.

Director-General of Meteorology at IMD, Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, predicted the weather for June as moderate or above normal rainfall over northern parts of the south peninsula, east India, and northwest and central India. The likelihood of below-normal rainfall is high over much of northeast India, some pockets of central and east India, and southern parts of south peninsular India.

Over the country, rainfall during June 2022 is expected to be normal (92-108 per cent of LPA). On the basis of 1971-2020 data, the country received 165.4mm of rain during June.

Temperatures are expected to be below normal in most parts of the country except for some parts of northwest India, where temperatures should be above normal.






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