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No fog in Hyderabad in coming days, comfortable nights ahead

January 14, 2019 12:35 PM |

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Since the beginning of this year, dry weather conditions have been prevailing over the capital city of Telangana, Hyderabad and its adjoining regions.

On January 12, fog appeared over Hyderabad and its adjoining areas. This sudden appearance of fog even resulted in a few accidents. In fact, vehicular traffic on the busy Hyderabad-Bengaluru National Highway 44 was disrupted for some time after piling up of vehicles due to poor visibility levels.

Usually, the occurrence of fog over Hyderabad is a very rare phenomenon, as the fog which occurs over this city is mainly advection fog. Advection fog is when warm and humid winds travel over cold areas and get condensed in form of advection fog.

Similar to the above-mentioned process, on January 10, due to the prevalence of cold northerly winds, the minimum temperature of Hyderabad was very low settling at 11˚C. But on January 12, a sudden increase in minimum temperature of Hyderabad was observed, as the city recorded its night temperature at 17˚C.

This sudden incoming of humid and warm winds resulted in advection fog over Hyderabad and its adjoining districts of Telangana.

Moreover, this sudden weather change and the arrival of Makar Sankranti Festival, prompted the government of Telangana to issue advisory to take precautions while travelling during late night and early morning hours.

Now, we do not expect dense fog anywhere in or around Hyderabad. Temperatures have increased so condensation of humid winds and even fog will not be there. Nights will also remain comfortable with marginal drop in temperatures.

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