Due to the hot sun, people showed interest in staying at home. As a result, many parts of the city have become deserted. It seems that the maximum temperature of 43 degree Celsius has reached especially around 4 pm.
During the summer there is a different climate. On one side, untimely rains are falling.. on the other side, the sun is blazing. Record temperatures are making people panic. Many parts of Hyderabad record high daytime temperatures. The maximum daytime temperatures are constant between 42 degree Celsius to 43 degree Celsius.
Schools, including government and private offices were closed on Friday as it was a public holiday on the occasion of Telangana Independence Day celebrations. People showed interest in staying at home due to the heat of the sun. As a result, many parts of the city have become deserted. It seems that the maximum temperature of 43 degree Celsius has reached especially around 4 pm.
Khairatabad, Serilingampally and Gachibowli areas of the city recorded a maximum temperature of 43 degrees Celsius, followed by Charminar and Ramachandrapuram (BHEL area) with a maximum temperature of 41.8 degrees Celsius to 41.6 degrees Celsius.
Many districts of the state are recording high temperatures. Nalgonda recorded a maximum of 46.8 degrees Celsius, Khamma 46.6 degrees Celsius and Peddapally 46.4 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperatures in many districts were recorded between 45 degree Celsius and 46 degree Celsius.
Hyderabad Meteorological Department officials said that extreme heat will continue in Telangana for the next few days. On the other hand, some parts of Hyderabad are likely to receive scattered thundershowers. Southwest Monsoon is expected to begin in Telangana and continue till June 14.
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