Hyderabad: Telangana and Andhra Pradesh will see a rise in day temperatures for the next two to three days, according to the IMD's latest forecast. Hot winds from the north-west is likely to increase the day temperatures.
Maximum temperatures are likely to rise by 2 to 3°C above normal at isolated places over Telangana while coastal Andhra Pradesh and interior areas of Rayalaseema are likely to face severe heat conditions from 1 April. Hot winds from the north might shoot up the temperatures in both regions, according to the weather forecast issued by IMD, Amaravathi, on Thursday. Also, The humid and high temperature might give tough time to the people of coastal Andhra Pradesh till the onset of southwest monsoons in the first week of June.
The forecast said, "There is an anti-cyclone circulation over Pakistan and Kutch resulting in hot winds entering central India. These dry winds moving in an anti-clock wise direction will be entering Telangana and Andhra Pradesh resulting in rise in temperatures. However, with the change in wind direction, the condition may change towards the month end."
#WeatherUpdate : #Telangana is likely to witness dry weather conditions with rise in days temperatures for the next 2-3 days. IMD officials said in a fresh daily bulletin. Listen in. pic.twitter.com/PabWKq0G4z— NewsMeter (@NewsMeter_In) March 26, 2021
#WeatherUpdate : #Telangana is likely to witness dry weather conditions with rise in days temperatures for the next 2-3 days. IMD officials said in a fresh daily bulletin. Listen in. pic.twitter.com/PabWKq0G4z
There are two types of cyclonic condition - cyclone circulation when the wind circulates in a clockwise direction resulting in rise in air and formation of clouds and anti-cyclonic condition when winds circulate in anti-clock direction resulting in hot air.