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IMD issues yellow alert for Hyderabad as winter chill set to return from Jan 26

The India Meteorological Department Hyderabad (IMD-H) has issued a yellow alert as winter chill is set to return on January 26. The temperature in the city is expected to reach 11 degrees Celsius.

According to the Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS), the minimum temperature will be 14 degrees Celsius on January 26 and the maximum temperature in the city is likely to be in the range of 30-32 degrees Celsius.

Apart from the winter chill, all seven zones of Hyderabad, viz., Charminar, Khairatabad, LB Nagar, Secunderabad, and Serilingampally are likely to mist or haze during the morning hours until January 27.

Other districts likely to experience winter chill include Adilabad, Komaram Bheem, Nirmal, Mancherial, Nizamabad, Jagtial, Kamareddy, Rajanna Sircilla, Sangareddy, Medak, Vikarabad, Medchal-Malkajgiri, Yadadri Bhuvangiri, Hyderabad, and Ranga Reddy. The weather department has also issued a yellow alert for these districts.

The IMD Hyderabad has issued a yellow alert for some districts for three days beginning January 25.

Ranga Reddy, Hyderabad’s neighbouring district, is already shivering from the winter chill, as the area’s minimum temperature has dropped.

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The lowest temperature of the current winter season was recorded in Hyderabad on January 9. The temperature at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport area dropped to 6.5 degrees Celsius.

On the same day, Kohir in the Sangareddy district recorded the state’s lowest temperature of 4.6 degrees.

Sangareddy, Kumaran Bheem, Vikarabad, Rangareddy, and Adilabad districts had temperatures of less than six degrees Celsius.

Hyderabad may witness harsh summer

Residents of Hyderabad, who have been experiencing a cold winter for the past few weeks, are likely to face a harsh summer in the coming months as El Nino event may make 2023 hotter.

The previous three years were La Nina years, whereas the upcoming year is expected to be El Nino, which will not only make summer harsher but will also result in monsoon failure.

 

 

 

 

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