The southern city Hyderabad has been observing some really cold conditions for the last couple of days. According to the data available with Skymet, the night temperature in the city yesterday settled at 15 degrees Celsius which is the lowest minimum Hyderabad has observed so far in February.
A certain winter chill has been persisting in the city during the morning and evening hours.
According to the forecast, the low night temperature in the city is likely to prevail for another 24 hours. It is again expected to hover around 15 degrees Celsius.
The reason for the low temperature can be attributed to the northeasterly and northerly cold winds in the region. To be precise, an anti-cyclone is over Southwest Madhya Pradesh due to which, winds are blowing from North over Telangana including Hyderabad.
Earlier the winds in the city were easterly-southeasterly due to which the weather was mostly dry and warm.
On the contrary, the maximum temperature has risen in the city. In fact, the day temperature is recording close to 30 degrees Celsius. Clear skies and bright sunshine have forced a rise in the temperature. We do not expect any significant change in the day temperature for the next few days. The maximum will hover close to 31 degrees Celsius.
Meanwhile, the winds are once again going to change direction. From tomorrow southerly or southeasterly winds will start blowing in Hyderabad which will increase the night temperature. This will end the cold night conditions being observed in the city for the last couple of days
In fact, this will be the last cold spell for Hyderabad and Telangana. Which means this is the end of Winter for Telangana. We do not expect a similar temperature to make a comeback.
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