Hyderabad sources reported that the Hyderabad Meteorological Department has predicted that severe heat wave conditions would prevail for the next three days in Telangana. Recently Met officials said that Nizamabad and Adilabad district could record a maximum temperature of 45 degrees, and similarly many other places in the state could witness a fierce heat wave. Earlier on Sunday the maximum temperature recorded in Adilabad was 45 degrees.
Meanwhile the temperature in Nizamabad was 44.5, Medak 44, Ramagundam 43, Khamman and Nalgonda 42 while it was 41 degrees in Hyderabad. Further according to met officials, due to lack of humidity in the atmosphere, the heat wave conditions are severe and could intensify over the next three days.
Presently with the temperatures soaring all across
the state, reports of ill-health and several other diseases were being
reported. Moreover it is learnt that people were complaining of headache,
dizziness, high fever, skin drying up, too much of sleep, nausea, fits and
partial loss of consciousness. Furthermore all these are said to be symptoms of
heat stroke and people have been advised not to move around during the
afternoons, unless during emergencies.
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