Hyderabad: The nip is in the air. Winter has finally signaled its arrival in Telangana.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, minimum temperatures are likely to witness a drop of 3°C to 4 °C below normal at isolated places over Telangana.

Telangana State Development Planning Society has predicted that on November 12, 13, and 14, easterly winds may prevail over the entire state. Under its influence, a gradual rise in minimum temperature is expected by 2 °C to 3 °C from Thursday onwards over many districts of the State.

In the GHMC area, maximum temperatures are expected to be in the range of 30 to 32 degrees C, while the minimum temperatures will be in the range of 17 to 19 degrees C. Light Rain is expected at isolated places in next two days.

Light rain is also expected at isolated places over Yadadri Bhuvanagiri, Mahabubnagar, Bhadradri Kothagudem, Khammam, Suryapet, Nalgonda and Nagarkurnool districts. The maximum temperatures are expected to be in the range of 31 to 33 degrees C, while minimum temperatures will be in the range of 16 degrees to 20 degrees C.

Meanwhile, the Maximum temperature of 35.5 °C was recorded at Khammam. The minimum temperature of 7.1 °C was recorded at Marpalle (Vikarabad). In the GHMC area, the lowest temperature of 10 °C was recorded at BHEL in the Sangareddy district, the maximum temperature of 32.5 degrees C was recorded at Musheerabad.

State Northeast Monsoon cumulative rainfall from October 1 to November 11 has been recorded at 171.1 mm against normal of 106.8 mm with a deviation of 60%. In the GHMC area, cumulative rainfall from June 1 to November 11 has been recorded at 1211.2 mm against normal of 690.5 mm with a deviation of 75.4%.

Sumit Kumar Jha

Sumit Kumar Jha is currently a multimedia journalist with Newsmeter. An alumnus of Hyderabad Central University and Amity University, he has interned with The New Indian Express and CGNet Swara. Sumit has also worked with video production houses in Mumbai as an assistant director in shows like 21 Sarfrosh for Discovery Jeet. He is specialised in Video Production. He was also the contributor at PARI network. Hailing from rural Bihar has spent his childhood shifting from places and people. Growing up he felt the need to document the lives and dreams of rural India. A lover of visual storytelling goes around the cities to search for Stories. He primarily reports on civic, human interest and data stories.

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