On Monday, Hyderabad's residents were still subjected to heatwave-like temperatures despite some relief in the form of sporadic showers. Several locations, including Dilsukhnagar, Amberpet, Ramanthapur, Chaitanyapuri, and Saroornagar, had welcome showers that gave the hot weather a momentary break. Nevertheless, a number of other places, including Kapra, Serilingampally, Kukatpally, Khairatabad, and Patancheru, recorded temperatures between 40.4 and 40 degrees C. On Monday, hyderabad experienced an average high temperature of 39.6 degrees C.
In addition to the metropolis, other districts also experienced the same pattern of inconsistent weather, defined by sporadic storms and extreme heat. According to the prediction, the city will likely endure similar circumstances through Wednesday, putting locals in danger of both infrequent storms and stifling heat. The india Meteorological Department-Hyderabad (IMD-H) projects that the weather will change starting on june 1.

The region is predicted to see high temperatures when the rains subside. It is projected that this change to a hotter climate would last throughout the State until mid-June. Unfortunately, it is predicted that the monsoon will arrive later than usual, making the already extreme heat conditions worse. The weather will continue to remain unpredictable for next few days and even sudden showers are expected.

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