Telangana Hyderabad - IMD issues heat wave warning as temperatures rise

As temperatures in the state have risen, the india Meteorological Department (IMD) in hyderabad has issued a heat wave warning for many districts in Telangana. On Saturday, thunderstorms are predicted in a few telangana districts following the hot wave.

IMD hyderabad issues heatwave warning as temperatures may touch 44 degrees Celsius
The state's temperature is predicted to rise as high as 44 degrees Celsius, which is why the meteorological service issued the alert. IMD hyderabad predicts that on Thursday, there will probably be a heat wave in Peddapalle, J. Bhupally, Mulugu, Mahabubabad, bhadradri Kothagudem, Khammam, Suryapet, and Nalgonda. In addition to these districts, IMD hyderabad predicted that Kumram Bheem, Mancherial, Karimnagar, Hanamkonda, Warangal, and nagarkurnool will likely experience a heat wave on Friday.

Telangana had its highest temperature of 42.7 degrees Celsius yesterday, according to statistics from the telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS). This was recorded in bhadradri Kothagudem. Asifnagar had the greatest maximum temperature in hyderabad, which was 40.9 degrees Celsius. There were other parts of the city such as Nampally, Golconda, Shaikpet, Khairatabad, Bandlaguda, and Bahadurpura where the temperature exceeded forty degrees Celsius.

What is a heat wave?

An unusually hot spell of weather is called a heat wave.
A heat wave is described as "a period of abnormally hot weather, often defined concerning a relative temperature threshold, lasting from two days to months" by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The IMD hyderabad has issued a heat wave warning for telangana, with temperatures predicted to reach as high as 44 degrees Celsius in several areas of the state.

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