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    IMD Warns 16 Districts in Telangana and 37 Mandals in Andhra Pradesh About Severe Heat

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    Hyderabad: The weather department has issued a danger warning for the Telugu states due to the rising temperatures in recent days. It is advised to avoid going out during the day to stay safe from the scorching heat this Summer.

    Many commuters are facing dehydration and other health issues because of the humidity and high temperatures. The weather department has cautioned that the temperatures will become even more severe in the next three days. A yellow alert has been issued for 16 districts in Telangana and 37 mandals in Andhra Pradesh. The public is advised by IMD to only go out in the afternoon if it’s absolutely necessary.

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    The maximum temperatures have already exceeded 43 degrees in many places, with the Meteorological Department issuing more alarming warnings. It is predicted that temperatures will continue to rise starting from Tuesday.

    Apart from high temperatures, the IMD has also warned about unpredictable hailstorms. The current temperatures are just a preview of what’s to come, with temperatures expected to increase even more after the second week of April. The Meteorological Department also warns that maximum temperatures will be recorded at night as well.

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