Hyderabad (Telangana): Ramagundam in Peddapalli district of Telangana recorded 47.2-degree Celsius temperature, the highest in last 10 years, on Monday as heat wave continues in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
According to the meteorology department (MeT), the temperature in Adilabad and Nalgonda stood at 45.8-degree Celsius. Khammam and Medak recorded 44.6 degrees Celsius and 44.8 degrees Celsius respectively.
Speaking to ANI, meteorologist Raja Rao said, “In few places, heat wave conditions are going to continue for a few more days. On Sunday, the heat wave in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh entered 23 days and 10 days, respectively.”
In Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati recorded 44.8 degrees Celsius while Amaravati witnessed a slightly low of 43-degree Celsius.
“Various districts in Andhra saw from 36 to 45-degree Celsius temperature,” he said.