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Pre-winter Begins as Mercury Dips

Published: 11th November 2014 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th November 2014 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: As temperatures dropped on Monday due to unseasonal rainfall in several parts of Telangana and Hyderabad city, met officials claim that it was caused due to well marked low pressure area over coastal Andhra Pradesh.

However, inspite of cooler temperatures, officials insist that there is no indication of an early winter or a colder winter.

“Normally temperatures start falling in North India from October and in South India from November. We are currently in the post monsoon cyclone season,” said YK Reddy, director in-charge, Hyderabad meteorological department.

“Having said that, there is no indication that winter would be colder or would arrive sooner. Meteorologically, winter is recorded in January and February, while November and December are considered as pre-winter. So far there is nothing to suggest that there will be any abnormality this winter,” he added.

Maximum and minimum temperatures of 29.1 and 22.2 degrees Celsius respectively, were recorded in Hyderabad city at 8:30 am on Monday.

Met officials forecast light to moderate rain or thundershowers  at isolated places across Telangana till November 13.

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