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HYDERABAD: It's time to dust the woollen wear from cupboards and sport them as the night temperatures in the city began to dip finally this winter. Minimum temperature has come down by two degree Celsius on Sunday and is hovering around 18 degree Celsius. It was 20 C on Friday.
Chilly winds are breezing across the city, particularly in the fringe areas during nights and early morning. Met office says that the night temperature is likely to dip further in the next few days when two more points drop can be expected.
Though normal for this season, the extended Southwest monsoon season by nearly a month has delayed plummeting of the minimum temperatures in the city and all over the Telangana region by a few days.
This apart, cyclone and depressions in Bay of Bengal few weeks ago have also played a role, said Assistant Meteorologist R.V. Subba Rao.
Given the climate trend, dry weather would prevail in the coming days aiding the further fall of minimum temperature, added Mr. Rao.
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