The Sun's sweltering fury descends upon hyderabad as march begins, pushing temperatures up to forty degrees Celsius. As the city prepares for what looks to be an oppressive summer, residents are already putting on sunblock, covering themselves from the intense heat, and hiding out with summertime beverages and fruits from roadside stands.
Begumpet recorded the highest temperature in the city on Saturday, reaching a scorching 38.6 degrees Celsius. Saroornagar recorded a temperature of 38.3 degrees Celsius, not too far behind. There were also temperatures above 37 degrees Celsius at Karwan, Kapra, Goshamahal, Jubilee Hills, Yousufguda, Serilingampally, Moosapet, and Quthbullahpur.

For telangana, which includes hyderabad, the india Meteorological Department (IMD) has released a prognosis that calls for above-normal temperatures from march through May. According to the IMD's Outlook for Seasonal Temperatures During the Hot Weather Season, days and nights will get progressively difficult going forward as temperatures rise above average.

As early as march, the weather is expected to get more intense, with above-average temperatures expected throughout the state. In march alone, most telangana districts are predicted to see three or four days straight of scorching weather. The IMD predicts that as the season goes on, there will be an increase in the number of heatwaves; by May, over 10 to 15 days are expected to exceed the threshold.

The IMD predicts that in addition to the unrelenting heat, march will also see intermittent rains. The maximum temperature in hyderabad and other areas of telangana is expected to gradually rise over the next five days.
As per the telangana State Development Planning Society, 582 out of 585 mandals in the state have been recognized as sensitive, indicating that the state is highly susceptible to heat waves.
According to historical statistics, the majority of heatwaves in the State between 1986 and 1993 lasted seven to thirteen days. The occurrence and length of extreme heat waves have greatly risen since 1994. Heatwave periods that lasted up to 19 days occurred in 1997 and 1998, suggesting a developing tendency in the region towards increasingly severe heatwaves.

Hyderabad max temperatures (Saturday)
Location Temperature (degree Celsius)
Begumpet 38.6

Saroornagar 38.3
Karwan 37.7

Moosapet 37.6
Jubilee Hills 37.6

Districts max temperatures (Saturday)

District Temperature (degree Celsius)

Nirmal 39
Karimnagar 39

Nalgonda 38.9
Jayashankar bhupalpally 38.8

Adilabad 38.7

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