Weather Updates: Meteorological Department has given a cold word to Telangana. It has been revealed that there is a possibility of light to moderate rains in the next two days. From eastern Madhya Pradesh to the northern interior via Vidharbha Karnataka. Due to this effect, there is a possibility of light to moderate rains in the eastern and southern districts of the state for the next two days. The Meteorological Department said that normal temperatures will be recorded in the state especially for the next two days. On Friday, the highest temperature in the state was recorded at 45.4 degree Celsius in Damerachar of Nalgonda district. Similarly, if we look at the temperatures recorded in the major cities of the state on Friday, the maximum temperature was recorded at 42.5 degrees in Nalgonda, while the minimum temperature was recorded at 25.0 degrees Celsius in Modak. Meteorological department said that low altitude winds are blowing in the state from north-west direction.
Three died due to heatstroke
Three from Vinayakapuram village in Aswaraupeta mandal of Bhadradri Kothagudem district died due to heatstroke in one day. Died. 75-year-old Achche Rama Rao got sunburn and died before he could be taken to the hospital. 8-year-old Betham Chinni and 48-year-old Tanniru Manohan from the same village also died of sunburn. It is clean. Smog in the city occurs during the morning hours. Maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be 40 degrees and 27 degrees respectively. Surface winds are likely to blow from the north-west direction with a speed of 6 to 10 km per hour’’ It was stated in the weather bulletin. Yesterday the maximum temperature was 39.5 degrees and the minimum temperature was 26.5 degrees. Humidity in the air was recorded as 36 percent.
Andhra Pradesh According to the weather department, dry weather will continue for the next three days in North Coast Andhra and Yanam regions, Amaravati Meteorological Center said in a statement. Temperatures are likely to increase by 2 to 4 degrees. The south coastal Andhra Pradesh will also have dry weather. Rayalaseema will also have dry weather for the next three days, officials said. The maximum temperatures in Rayalaseema are likely to be 2 to 4 degrees higher than the average temperature at one or two places. Hailstorm will affect 29 mandals in the state tomorrow according to Dr. BR Ambedkar, Managing Director of the Disaster Management Organization. He said there is a possibility that the sun will affect other places as well. He said there is a possibility of hailstorm affecting Anacapalli district 5, Guntur 1, Kakinada 1, NTR 2, Palnadu 2, Manyam 5, Vijayanagaram 5, 8 mandals of YSR district and Ellundi 33 mandals. On Thursday, 45.1 degrees was recorded in Venkatachalam of Nellore district, 45 degrees in Macharla of Palnadu district, Kothuru of Srikakulam district, and 45 degrees in Badvel of Vyssar district, severe hailstorm in Simhadripuram and Vallur mandals of YSR district and hailstorm in 27 mandals.
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