TS to get respite from heat wave after two days: MET

HYDERABAD: The state is experiencing the final two days of the heat wave, according to IMD officials. This will bring down temperatures and come as a major relief from the sizzling summer.

The highest maximum temperature in the state recorded on Saturday was 45.1ºC in Kumaram Bheem and Peddapalli, followed by Khammam at 44.6 ºC and Jayashankar at 44.3ºC.

The city experienced a significant drop of around 2 ºC with the highest maximum temperature of 40.9ºC recorded at Saroornagar, followed by 40.2 ºC in Uppal and 40ºC in Rajendranagar.

Although the cyclonic circulation over Chattisgarh had become less marked, light to moderate rains will continue at isolated places in the state for the next five days.

Thunderstorms with lightning and gusty winds are very likely to occur over most of the districts statewide and a yellow warning has been issued for the next five days.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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