As mercury levels continue to rise in the state, the Meteorological Department has advised people to avoid going outdoors during daytime and take necessary precautions to prevent heatstroke.
Speaking to ANI on Wednesday, L Venkatesh Rao, Assistant Meteorologist of Meteorological Department, said: "As per yesterday's reports, wind activity has shifted to South Maharashtra to Komarun area, across interior Karnataka. Due to this Telangana will have isolated clouds across the state, and in some areas rain may occur in the coming days. After this cyclone circulation temperature may increase especially in northern Telangana."
Rao said that since the temperature is expected to rise further, it is better if people stayed indoors. "As mercury levels continue to rise in the state, people should avoid going out during daytime and take precautions to prevent heatstroke." (ANI)