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Mercury levels continue to soar across state

Mercrry levels across Telangana continue to touch newer heights with each passing day. In Hyderabad the temperature was recorded at 40 degree Celsius.

Published: 12th April 2017 03:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th April 2017 05:12 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Mercrry levels across Telangana continue to touch newer heights with each passing day. In Hyderabad the temperature was recorded at 40 degree Celsius. As per private weather forecasting websites maximum temperature in Hyderabad might go up to 41 degree Celsius on Wednesday.


The IMD said that the maximum temperatures will continue to be above normal by 2 to 3 degree Celsius on Wednesday.

While temperatures continue to soar in the day time, night temperatures are lower than normal in most parts of the state. In Hyderabad minimum temperature was recorded at 22 degree Celsius on Monday night.


On Tuesday, at Bhadrachalam, in the Bhadradri-Kothagudem district, it was recorded at 44.2 degree Celsius breaking a ten-year old record for March of 42.8 degree Celsius which was recorded last year. In most parts of the state the maximum temperature was recorded 40 degree Celsius or above.


In Mahbubnagar maximum temperature was recorded at 42.6 degree Celsius followed by 42.2 degree Celsius in Khammam, 41.3 degree Celsius in Adilabad and 41.1 degree Celsius in Nizamabad.

Lack of moisture in the air is a main reason behind rising temperatures. In most parts of the state the relative humidity is less than 50 pc. The IMD said that dry weather will continue to prevail over the state for the coming four days.



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