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    IMD predicts extreme temperatures in Telangana for the next five days

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    People in Telugu states are experiencing extremely high temperatures in April. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning that Telangana state will see extreme temperatures for five days starting from Thursday. Temperatures have been up to 5 degrees higher than normal. On Thursday, Dasturabad in Nirmal district recorded the highest temperature at 43.1 degrees, followed by Ankapur at 42.1, Narsapur G at 41.9, and Kadem at 41.1.

    In Adilabad district, Arli (T) recorded 42.3 degrees, Chaprala at 42.2, Satnala at 41.6, Bela at 41.5, and Adilabad (Urban) at 41.4 degrees. Other areas in the district also experienced high temperatures. Manchiryala district recorded temperatures ranging from 40.2 to 42.1 degrees in different areas. Asipabad district saw temperatures reaching 42.5 degrees, while Sujatanagar in Bhadradri Kothagudem district recorded a temperature of 42.9 degrees. An orange alert has been issued for three districts, including Adilabad.

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    Similarly, Andhra Pradesh is also experiencing high temperatures. The Meteorological Center has warned of possible hailstorms in 42 mandals on Friday and 44 mandals on Saturday. YSR Kadapa, Nandyala, Parvathipuramanyam, NTR, Guntur, and Palnadu are among the areas likely to be affected by hailstorms. Due to the intense heat, people are advised to stay indoors unless necessary to avoid any health risks.

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