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    Experts Warn of Hot Summer in Hyderabad as Rainfall Takes a Pause

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    Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana, is set to experience a scorching summer this year, as experts warn of a prolonged dry spell. The city has already witnessed a significant decrease in rainfall this year, with the monsoon season ending in September 2020. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a below-average monsoon this year, which could further exacerbate the situation. With temperatures expected to soar above 40 degrees Celsius, residents of Hyderabad are advised to take necessary precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses.

    The lack of rainfall in Hyderabad has already had a significant impact on the city’s water supply. The water levels in the city’s reservoirs have dropped considerably, and the government has been forced to impose water cuts in some areas. The situation is likely to worsen in the coming months, as the demand for water increases during the summer. The government has urged citizens to conserve water and use it judiciously.

    Experts have also warned that the hot and dry weather could increase the risk of wildfires in the city’s surrounding forests and hills. The forest department has already issued a warning to the public, urging them not to light fires or throw cigarette butts in forested areas. The department has also deployed teams to monitor the situation and respond quickly to any wildfires that may occur. Residents are advised to be cautious and report any signs of fire immediately.

    In conclusion, Hyderabad is expected to experience a hot and dry summer this year, with the lack of rainfall posing significant challenges to the city’s infrastructure and residents. It is important for citizens to take necessary precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses and conserve water. The forest department has also urged caution to prevent wildfires in the surrounding areas. As we brace ourselves for a challenging summer, it is essential to work together as a community to mitigate the impact of these adverse weather conditions.

    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
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