Hyderabad: More than a dozen places in Hyderabad recorded maximum day temperatures between 42 degrees and 43 degrees Celsius on June 2. With schools and private offices closed due to the Telangana Formation Day celebrations, a large number of people stayed at home and avoided the heat. Especially in the afternoon, between 4 pm, the temperatures reached their peak.
Khairatabad, Serilingampally, and Gachibowli recorded a maximum of 43 degrees Celsius, while Charminar and Ramachandrapuram (BHEL area) recorded a maximum temperature of 41.8 degrees Celsius to 41.6 degrees Celsius on June 2.
Temperatures in the districts also recorded extremely high, with Nalgonda recording a maximum of 46.8 degrees Celsius, Khammam 46.6 degrees Celsius and Peddapally 46.4 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperatures in many districts were recorded between 45 degree Celsius and 46 degree Celsius.Based on the IMD-Hyderabad forecast, extreme heat will continue in Telangana for the next few days. Some parts of Hyderabad are likely to receive scattered thunderstorms. However, heatwave-like conditions will dominate. Southwest Monsoon is expected to continue till June 14 in Telangana. (INN)