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Above normal temperature for next two days

Maximum temperatures continue to be over 40 degree Celsius across most parts of Telangana on Sunday.

Published: 10th April 2017 02:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th April 2017 06:33 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Maximum temperatures continue to be over 40 degree Celsius across most parts of Telangana on Sunday.

India Meteorological Department on Sunday predicted that for the coming two days temperature will continue to be 2-3 degree Celsius above the normal across Telangana. At places where the mercury levels have been recorded above 40 degree Celsius, the condition will continue to be the same.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, the highest temperature was recorded at Nizamabad and Ramagundam at 42.4 degree Celsius, followed by 42 degree Celsius in Adilabad, 41.6 degree Celsius in Medak, 41.5 degree Celsius in Mahbubnagar and 41.2 degree Celsius in Bhadrachalam.

Hyderabad sizzled at 40.2 degree Celsius. Bringing a brief respite for people, few parts of the city including Himayatnagar, Kachiguda, NBBarkatpura, Kachiguda, Nampally and Abids witnessed light showers on Sunday.

Apart from Hyderabad, some places in Rangareddy, Wanaparthy, Nagarkurnool and Medak districts also experienced light rainfall. Hyderabad sizzled at 40.2 degree Celsius.



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