Hyderabad Turns Into ‘Fire Ball’
Hyderabad is reeling under heat wave condition with the temperatures souring 43 degree Celsius, which is highest this summer, in the last two days. The ongoing heat conditions will continue for another three or four days.
The Meteorological department officials said that the highest temperature recorded was 43 degree Celsius which is just 0.3 degree low of all time high recorded on April 30 in 1973. The 43 degree temperature happens to be five degree above normal of 38.3 degree Celsius.
Officials said the reason for sudden increase of heat wave is the non formation of cumulonimbus clouds over the state and the city. The heat wave conditions are also likely to prevail at isolated places in North Telangana districts in next two days.