More warm nights in Hyderabad on anvil

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The minimum temperature rose across the state, and Mahbubnagar was the warmest at 19ºC followed by Hanmakonda at 18ºC.

The IMD said the state was receiving easterly winds, and there was cloud formation due to the trough. (Representational image)

Hyderabad: Two more warm nights are in the offing, due to a trough prevailing over coastal Andhra Pradesh. The night temperature rose to 17ºC on Wednesday and will drop from Friday. The day will be pleasant due to the cloud formation and increased humidity. On Tuesday, the humidity level stood at 93 per cent  in the city. 

The minimum temperature rose across the state, and Mahbubnagar was the warmest at 19ºC followed by Hanmakonda at 18ºC. Adilabad recorded the lowest minimum temperature of 7ºC. The IMD said the state was receiving easterly winds, and there was cloud formation due to the trough. 

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