With numerous areas in hyderabad registering 43 degrees Celsius and districts recording nearly 46 degrees C, friday ended up being the hottest day of the current summer.
At more than a dozen places around hyderabad, the highest midday temperatures frequently ranged between 42 and 43 degrees Celsius. Due to the telangana Formation Day festivities being a national holiday on friday, schools, government offices, and private businesses were all closed, which allowed many people to stay indoors and stay out of the sweltering heat. The effect was that the city roadways appeared deserted, especially between noon and four in the afternoon when the heat was at its worst.

Khairatabad, Serilingampally, and Gachibowli reported the highest temperatures, reaching a maximum of 43 degrees C. charminar and ramachandrapuram (in the BHEL region), where the highest temperatures were between 41.8 and 41.6 degrees C. The districts too had extremely high temperatures, with nalgonda reaching a high of 46.8 °C, khammam 46.6 °C, and peddapalli 46.4 °C. The highest temperatures in a number of other districts often ranged between 45 and 46 degrees Celsius.

According to the IMD-Hyderabad prediction, telangana will continue to experience high heat over the next days. Thundershowers will occasionally occur in certain areas of Hyderabad. However, heatwave-like temperatures will predominate and are anticipated to last till june 14, when telangana is anticipated to see the start of the Southwest monsoons.

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