Hyderabad: According to the IMD Bulletin, some parts of the state saw night temperatures rise from 2.1 to 4 degrees Celsius during the last 24 hours ending at 8.30 am on Thursday.
It said the temperature in some parts was -1.6 to -3 degrees Celsius below normal.
Temperatures were below -3.1 to -5 ° C below normal in some parts and -5 ° C below normal or less in some other areas. The rise in the minimum temperature is mainly attributed to the low level Easterlies /north-Easterlies which are prevalent in the state.
The bulletin said the lowest minimum temperature was 12.2 degrees Celsius in Adilabad as compared to the previous day, which was 2.8. In Hyderabad it was 16 degrees Celsius, 1.3 higher than what was registered on Wednesday. The city forecasts from 12 to 17 February are 16, 15,15, 16, 15 and 15 degrees Celsius respectively. The outlook is accompanied by fog / haze in the morning and later in the sky for the first four days and fog or haze during the last two days.
According to the bulletin, other night temperatures recorded in the state were: Ramagundam 13.2, Medak 13.5, Dundigal 15.5, Nizamabad 15.8, Hakimpet 16.6, Hanamkonda 17, Mahbubnagar18.1, Nalgonda 19.4, Bhadrachalam and Khammam 19 each.
The daytime temperature also re-heated to 33.4 ° C with Mahbubnagar. It was followed by Adilabad 33.3, Medak 32.7, Bhadrachalam 32.6, Nizamabad 32.5, Hyderabad and Khammam 32.2, Ramagundam 31.6, Dundigal 31.3, Hakimpet 31.5, Hanamkonda 30.5,Nalgonda 30.