In the next four to five days, the temperature in the state is likely to reach 46 degrees-IMD
Amaravati: Temperatures in the state are increasing more and more. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning that the temperatures will rise significantly in Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema districts.
People are advised to take proper precautions as high temperatures are likely to be recorded. The low pressure formed in Southeast Bay of Bengal turned into a severe cyclone on Wednesday. It is expected to gradually strengthen and move southeastwards towards Bangladesh and Myanmar. Meteorological department officials are predicting that the cyclone will cross the coast between the coasts of Bangladesh and Myanmar by the afternoon of the 14th of this month. Meteorological experts said that during the passage of the typhoon, the humid winds over the coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema districts are being dragged by the intense air circulation, and the warm winds from Vayu Bharat are affecting these areas. It has been said that the hot winds are blowing in the state through Rajasthan, Gujarat and Telangana, which are wind regions. It has been clarified that the temperature in the state is likely to reach extreme levels in the next four to five days due to the influence of hot winds. It is expected that the temperature will reach a maximum of 46 degrees in Coastal Andhra districts. From the 12th to the 16th of this month, it is clear that there are indications that temperatures between 41 and 46 degrees will be recorded in Coastal Andhra districts, Rayalaseema. People in Rayalaseema and Costandhra districts have been warned to be alert.