Parts of Telangana received light to moderate rain and thundershower activity during the last 48 hours. However, the city of Nizams Hyderabad failed to record any rains during the same time frame.
In the past 24 hours from 8.30 am, Adilabad recorded 19 mm rain and Nizamabad 1.4 mm rain. These rains were due to a confluence zone which developed from East Madhya Pradesh up to Telangana. Therefore, in the wake of the rainfall activity, the maximum temperatures dropped over Telangana.
As per Skymet Weather, the weather phenomenon has dissipated now. Henceforth, rain will not make a comeback anytime soon over Telangana. In fact, the sky conditions will remain clear. Now, the day temperatures will also rise again as the rains have abated.
However, the minimum temperatures are anticipated to witness a fall due to the cold winds coming from the northeast direction. Thus, days will become warm, but the nights are expected to remain comfortable.
Similar weather conditions are likely to prevail over Hyderabad as well. The maximums will settle between 31°C and 34°C and the minimums will hover between 19°C and 21°C.
The month of January and February are one of the driest months for Telangana. Rains during this time are a rare phenomenon. However, rains occur, if a north-south trough forms or any such confluence zone occurs.
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