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Hyderabad records 2nd lowest temperature in a decade at 12.8 °C

Hyderabad recorded the second lowest temperature in a decade for the month of November, as the temperature dropped down to 12.8 °C, which is lesser than 5.8 °C than the normal registered temperature. In the last ten years Hyderabad had recorded lower temperature than this, of 12.4 °C twice on November 18, 2012 and November 11, 2016. Other parts of Telangana too recorded 5 to 6 degree Celsius below normal minimum temperature according to India Meteorological Department.

The IMD has forecast that the minimum temperatures are likely to be below normal by 3 to 4 degree Celsius at certain isolated places across the State in the coming two days. Bhadrachalam recorded 4.6 degree Celsius, 6.3 degree Celsius below normal. Hanmakonda recorded 14 degree Celsius, 6.6 degree Celsius below normal. Ramagundam recorded 14.1 degree Celsius, which is 4.9 degree Celsius below normal.

The drop in temperatures is because of the northwesterly winds flowing into the State.

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