Date: 2019-01-28 07:22:50

Hyderabad Weather : Today – Mostly cloudy with a high of 74 °F (23.3 °C). Winds variable at 7 to 9 mph (11.3 to 14.5 kph).

Condition : Mostly Cloudy.

Forecast for tonight:

Tonight – Clear. Winds variable at 4 to 6 mph (6.4 to 9.7 kph). The overnight low will be 56 °F (13.3 °C).

Wind & Pressure:
Wind: 10 mph NE.
Pressure: 28.2 inches.

Hyderabad City Climate Overview

Hyderabad has a tropical wet and dry atmosphere verging on a hot semi-bone-dry atmosphere.

The yearly mean temperature is 26.6 °C, month to month mean temperatures are 21– 33 °C.

Summers are sweltering and damp, with normal highs in the mid-to-high 30s Celsius, most extreme temperatures frequently surpass 40 °C amongst April and June.

The coolest temperatures happen in December and January, when the most reduced temperature incidentally plunges to 10 °C.

May is the most smoking month, when every day temperatures extend from 26 to 39 °C, December, the coldest, has temperatures differing from 14.5 to 28 °C.

Overwhelming precipitation from the south-west summer rainstorm falls amongst June and September, providing Hyderabad with the vast majority of its mean yearly precipitation.

Since records started in November 1891, the heaviest precipitation recorded in a 24-hour time span was 241.5 mm on 24 August 2000.

The most noteworthy temperature at any point recorded was 45.5 °C on 2 June 1966, and the least was 6.1 °C on 8 January 1946.

The city gets 2,731 hours of daylight for every year; greatest day by day daylight presentation happens in February.

Arranged in the southern piece of Telangana in southeastern India, Hyderabad is 1,566 kilometers south of Delhi, 699 kilometers southeast of Mumbai, and 570 kilometers north of Bangalore by street.

It lies on the banks of the Musi River, in the northern piece of the Deccan Plateau.

More noteworthy Hyderabad covers 650 km2, making it one of the biggest metropolitan territories in India.

With a normal height of 542 meters, it lies on dominatingly slanting territory of dark and pink stone, dabbed with little slopes, the most astounding being Banjara Hills at 672 meters.

The city has various lakes alluded to as sagar, signifying “ocean”. Cases incorporate fake lakes made by dams on the Musi, for example, Hussain Sagar, Osman Sagar and Himayat Sagar.

Starting at 1996, the city had 140 lakes and 834 water tanks.

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