Telangana's northeast and east are under a severe heatwave alert, according to the indian Metrological Department (IMD). Although a heatwave notice is not currently in effect for hyderabad, temperatures there are predicted to rise to 42–43 degrees Celsius. From april 24 to april 28, Mulugu, Mahabubnagar, Nagarkurnool, Wanaparthi, Narayanpet, Jogulamba Gadwal, Asifabad, Rajanna Sirsilla, Peddapalli, and hanamkonda are the regions most likely to experience the heatwave.
The reports claim that a lot of dry winds are entering the state, which is causing the hot and dry weather. Specifically, a severe heat wave is predicted to hit four districts—Bhadradri Kothagudem, Khammam, Nalgonda, and Suryapet—starting on april 27. The maximum temperature in the state was recorded on Tuesday, april 23, at 45.1 degrees Celsius in Nalgonda, and 44.9 degrees Celsius in Kothagudem. The banjara hills CMTC site in hyderabad registered 43 degrees.
The hyderabad meteorological agency recommends people avoid extreme heat, particularly if they are young, old, or suffering from long-term medical conditions. They advise covering your head with a cloth, cap, or umbrella and dressing in light-colored, breathable cotton clothing. The heatwave is likely to continue across the telugu states and will have an impact on the people as well.

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