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Summer heat to ease off in Hyderabad

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted cloudy conditions and dust storms for the next five days, which might result in the summer heat easing off in the city. This is why temperatures should drop as a result and provide a hugely needed relief to the citizens.

Maximum temperatures in the city fell to 36.8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. Some places, such as Marredpally, Bahadurpura, Himayatnagar, Amberpet, Bandlaguda and Saidabad, recorded daytime temperatures below 37 degrees Celsius.

In spite of the drop in maximum temperature, humidity levels have spiked. The high humidity is making people feel uneasy at night, as well. The relative humidity on Tuesday morning was 71 per cent until 8:30 am.

The IMD has forecast a generally cloudy sky, thunderstorms with light to moderate rain in some areas, and a daytime temperature of 35-38 degrees Celsius until Sunday.

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Many places in the State may experience the same weather pattern, including Kamareddy, Sangareddy, Medak, Rangareddy, and Mahabubnagar.

Nevertheless, some districts like Adilabad, Kumram Bheem Asifabad, Mancherial, Nirmal, Nizamabad and Peddapalli will continue to experience scorching heat for the next few days.

The maximum temperature in these districts is expected to reach 45 degrees Celsius, according to IMD.

People with high blood pressure and heart disease are urged to be cautious because high temperatures and high humidity can cause serious health problems. Summer weather can affect blood pressure because the body tries to radiate heat.

Experts spoke on World Hypertension Day (May 17) about the importance of keeping blood pressure in check in the midst of the heat by making simple changes to daily routines.

The summer weather is also said to be one of the most difficult seasons for hypertension patients. It is also around this time of year that patients’ health is impacted by stress.







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