Since the last two to three days, minimum temperatures over most places of Telangana are settling below the normal average. However, during the last 24 hours, minimums have increased by two to three degrees.
On Wednesday morning, Hanamkonda recorded its minimum temperature at 16.5˚C as compared to 13˚C on December 23. Similarly, Ramagundam settled at 15.2˚C, increasing by three degrees from 12.6˚C on December 24.
Thus, we can say that, the winter chill which was being felt over many parts of the state has now faded away. Reason for this sudden spike in temperatures can be attributed to change in wind direction.
Now warm and humid winds from Bay of Bengal are blowing over the state of Telangana. These winds from southwest are relatively warmer in nature. We also expect temperatures to remain in similar range for another 24 to 48 hours. Thereafter, dry and cold winds from north/northwest will commence again over Telangana and temperatures will once again decrease.
Day will remain warm and sunny, but mornings and nights would become very cool. There will be a wide contrast between minimum and maximum temperatures. These low temperatures will remain constant for at least one week, due to prevalence cold winds from Northwest India.
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