IMD Predicts Harsh Summers In Telangana Amid Less Rainfall In February

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After less rainfall in February, the Weather Department of Telangana and the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted harsh summers this year.

According to the data of the Telangana State Development and Planning Society, the Telugu state recorded negligible rainfall in the month of February leading to a 98% deficit.  Getting into the details, Telangana recorded 0.1 mm of rainfall in contradiction to the normal 4.6 mm. Last year, the state saw 35.9 mm of rainfall in two months.  In addition, January too remained dry recording only 0.7 mm of rainfall as against a normal rainfall of 6.8 mm.  Overall lack of rain from the southern peninsular where a 59% deficit was seen as of February 26 was the reason stated behind the decrease.

Telangana will also experience severe heat this year as the snowfall and rains in the north and central India have occurred infrequently.

The state has touched a maximum temperature above 32 degrees Celsius in almost all districts but at the same time, the minimum temperatures have fallen to as low as 12.6 degrees Celsius.

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