Though the city experienced warm weather on Thursday following a brief battle with biting cold last week, the relief may not last long.
The minimum temperature in the city rose to more than 20 degrees Celsius today, after hovering between 16 and 17 degrees Celsius for several days.
However, the winter chill is expected to make a comeback on Sunday, with minimum temperatures dropping below 15 degrees Celsius across the city.
Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department-Hyderabad (IMD-H) issued a yellow alert for Friday for Adilabad, Jagtial, Kumaram Bheem Asifabad, Mancherial, Nirmal, and Rajanna Sircilla.
The minimum temperature in Adilabad, Kumaram Bheem Asifabad, and Mancherial is expected to drop further on Saturday, prompting the weather department to issue an orange alert.
It was also reported that last month was the coldest October in a decade in Hyderabad as the temperature in the month had dropped to 14.9 degrees Celsius.
Rajendranagar has witnessed the lowest temperature in the month in the city. The reason behind the chilly weather was said to be northerly winds and the passage of cyclone Sitrang.
It is worth mentioning that in December, the minimum temperature in Hyderabad usually drops significantly.
Light rain in parts of Telangana
On Thursday and Friday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasted isolated to scattered light to moderate rainfall over Telangana.
IMD issues a forecast following the emergence of a new cyclonic circulation over the north Andaman Sea over the next 24 hours.
It further reported that cloudy skies are expected to prevail over Hyderabad for the next five days, with haze or mist lingering over the city until November 30.
According to the IMD-H forecast, the minimum temperature will be between 19 and 21 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature is set to rise.
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