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I'm no expert, but if any of mine go like this, I water and feed. I find that severe weather can cause this also if they are outside. .
Having hundreds, I have some that are have to be kept outside so have had this happen over the years
I have had several look even worse after being left at the back of my shelves and not receiving much water or light.
I would repot in fresh mix , water well and feed lightly.
Put in warm area with plenty of light. ( not direct sun )
hope this helps
Good advice above. I, too, feel that it is due to outside conditions: uneven water, wind, heat. I have several that have done this several times so it may also be a trait factor for several hybrids. In any case, I have not had long term damage when this happens, bob