Presently, Telangana is experiencing intense hot and scorching weather. That too such an extent that the day temperatures are settling in the range of 45°C to 47°C, well above the normal limits. This clearly demonstrates that severe heatwave conditions are prevailing over many parts of the region.
However, the ‘City of Nawabs’ remained untouched by such weather. In fact, Hyderabad witnessed hefty showers of 61 mm on May 9. But after that only traces of rain were observed over the city and from the past few days, clear sky conditions have been observed over Hyderabad.
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Hence, slowly and steadily, hot weather conditions are gripping the state capital. As per Skymet Weather, no pre-Monsoon activity is likely for next 2 to 3 days for the city. Thus, heatwave conditions will continue to hassle the residents of both Telangana and its capital, Hyderabad.
"High humidity levels along with above normal maximums will continue for now. This will add to discomfort and uneasiness for the locals. No respite is in sight for at least 3 to 4 days," said Mahesh Palawat, Cheif Meteorologist, Skymet Weather.
Skymet Weather predicts that it will be only during the last week of May that some rain and thundershower activities are likely over the city. This may bring some relief by lowering down the high temperatures by few notches, leading to comfortable weather.
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