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Yellow alert issued as rains in Telangana expected for next four days

As summer rains are forecasted in various parts of Telangana during the next four days, a yellow alert has been issued despite the high temperatures.

Telangana could experience light to moderate rainfall during the next four days, according to a forecast from the Indian Meteorological Department- Hyderabad issued on Sunday.

According to the forecast, parts of Hyderabad could experience partly cloudy skies along with light to moderate rainfall or thundershowers over the next 48 hours.

Temps in Hyderabad reached a maximum of 39.2 degrees Celsius on Sunday.

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Other parts of the state have the following maximum temperatures:

In Adilabad – 42.3

In Nizamabad – 42.7

In Rajagundam – 40.4

In Hyderabad – 39.2

In Bhadrachalam – 38.6

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had also issued an orange alert for May 8 and 9, warning that the maximum temperature in Hyderabad could reach 45 degrees Celsius in the next two days.

According to IMD, the maximum temperature in the city was expected to be in the range of 41-45 degrees Celsius on Sunday and Monday.

In addition, the department has also issued a yellow alert for Tuesday and Wednesday since the temperature in the city during those two days is likely to range from 36-40 degrees Celsius.

The recent rainfall in Hyderabad provided much-needed relief to the residents from the heat of the city. However, the relief didn’t last long as the temperature began to rise again.

Weather around India

The IMD had also issued another heat warning for Rajasthan, south Haryana, Delhi, southwest Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha on Thursday.

The weather department has issued a yellow alert for a heatwave spell beginning on May 9. Delhi recorded the highest temperature of 39.4 degrees Celsius on Saturday.

The IMD has forecast a new heatwave to start on Monday with temperatures reaching 44 degrees Celsius on Tuesday.

 

 

 

 

 

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