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Hyderabad to experience two days of heatwave

For the next two days, the State is expected to experience a heatwave following a temporary relief from extreme summer conditions.

As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD)-Hyderabad, it is expected that temperatures will soar in most districts of the state, including Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Adilabad, Warangal, Suryapet, Nizamabad, Nalgonda, and Karimnagar.

Due to the intense heat, temperatures are likely to reach 45 degrees Celsius and rain is also expected. Therefore, the next two days are marked by an orange alert or a be prepared warning.

State weather officials predict the Southwest monsoon will arrive between June 5 and June 1.

May marks the end of summer, which will also bring a decline in its effects. During the first week of June, multiple areas of the city will reportedly experience one last heatwave for the year.

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Patancheruvu recorded the highest rainfall of 15.6 mm on Tuesday, along with Patigadda recording the maximum temperature of 38.2 degrees Celsius.

Light to moderate rain and thunderstorms were expected at isolated places on Wednesday, according to the Telangana State Planning and Development Society (TSDPS). After that, the city will experience dry weather for the next two days.

The maximum temperature is expected to be 38 to 45 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature will be 25 to 27 degrees Celsius.

On Tuesday evening, bad weather forced some flights to divert from Hyderabad International Airport to other airports.

The weather conditions at Shamshabad airport were said to be very poor due to thunderstorms accompanied by lightning and gusty winds, which resulted in the loss of visibility percentage and made it quite a bit difficult for aircraft to land.

There were no reports of any emergency landings at any of the airports as the airlines’ authorities worked on alternate arrangements for passengers.






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