Hyderabad’s Pleasant Weather and Yellow Alert in Telangana: Updates Until May 21

Following an intense downpour accompanied by thunderstorms and gusty winds on Thursday, Hyderabad woke up to a refreshingly pleasant Friday morning with clear skies and comfortable temperatures.

The city recorded a maximum temperature of 31 degrees Celsius, marking a notable four-degree drop from the previous day. Data from the Telangana State Planning and Development Society (TSPDS) until 4 pm revealed that temperatures across most parts of the city remained below 35 degrees Celsius.

Asifnagar registered the highest temperature at 35.9 degrees Celsius, followed by Shaikpet with 35.8 degrees Celsius and Khairatabad at 35 degrees Celsius.

With scattered and moderate rains forecasted in the coming days, temperatures are expected to hover around 35 degrees Celsius in the city over the next four days.

Yellow Alert Issued for Telangana Until May 21:

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Hyderabad has issued a yellow alert for Telangana until May 21, predicting thunderstorms, lightning, and squalls across the state for the next five days.

On Friday, various districts in Telangana experienced isolated rainfall. According to TSPDS data, Jayshankar Bhupalapally received 43 mm of rainfall, followed by Kamareddy and Karimnagar with 32 mm each.

For May 18 and 19, rainfall is anticipated in several districts including Rangareddy, Hyderabad, Sangareddy, Medak, Siddipet, and others. The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has provided toll-free numbers for public assistance. Those in need can contact GHMC-DRF at 040-21111111 or 9000113667. Residents are advised to avoid unnecessary outings.

By Rishi

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