On Thursday afternoon, the weather department issued a warning for isolated intense spells in parts of Hyderabad.
According to the current forecast, the western and northern portions of the city, including Miyapur, Kukatpally, Quthbullapur, and Serilingampally, will see cloudy sky with a probability of heavy rain.
The leftover moisture in the atmosphere has been attributed for these strong spells, according to the weathermen. Meanwhile, the average maximum temperature for Thursday is expected to be 38 degrees Celsius.
The scorching summer appears to have taken a back seat in Hyderabad. On Friday, the high temperature dropped to a pleasant 32.7 degrees Celsius, much to the delight of the locals.
The clouds rolled in throughout the day, providing welcome relief from the scorching sun. The city was engulfed in a cool breeze, and the sky remained overcast all day. The pleasant weather gave a sense of the monsoon in Hyderabad, despite the fact that it is still more than a month away.
In a city that had ten heatwave days last year, April has seen none. The people of Hyderabad could finally step outside without feeling like they were being backed into an oven. It was as if the weather gods had decided to spare the city from summer’s wrath.
According to Dr. A. Sravani of the India Meteorologist Department-Hyderabad (IMD-H), the lower-than-normal temperatures were caused by “continuous troughs and convective activity.”
In fact, in some districts of Telangana, temperatures were recorded to be below 11 degrees Celsius normal. “This is practically unheard of in the month of April,” she said.
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