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Hyderabad received 5.1 mm rainfall since morning, Musheerabad tops the list

As a result of sudden change in the weather condition and frequent showers, the Hyderabad district received 5.1 millimeter normal rainfall since Tuesday morning with minus (57) percent deviation while Musheerabad tops the list with 6.6 mm showers among all the 16 mendels of the district but with 95 percent deviation.

Ameerpet, Secunderabad, Tirumalgiri, Maredpally, Amberpet, Himayatnagar and  Khairatabad are the other seven mandals that stood second with 5.9 mm rainfall since morning. Charminar mandal with merely 2.3 mm water stood below the list followed by Shaiket, Nampally, Asifnagar, Golkinda, Bahadurpura, Bandlaguda and Saidabad where only 4.5 mm showers were recorded.

In GHMC limits, Kukatpally area under Medchal-Malkajgiri district received the highest 30.1 mm rainfall during the last 24 hours.

However, the neighbouring Rangareddy district received only 3.6 mm rainfall on September 6 with 44 percent deviation while Chevella mandal tops the list with record 7.5 mm followed by Talakondapally 6.9 mm, Shankarpalli 6.7 mm, Hayathnagar 6.6 mm, Kadthal 6.6 mm, Abdullapurmet 6.6 mm, Amangal 6.3 mm, and Keshampet 6.3 mm however during the same period.

Out of the all 27 mandals, four of them such as Nandigam, Kothur, Shabad and Maheshwaram received below the mark of zero percent rainfall where downpour was recorded 0.9 mm, 0.9 mm, 0.3 and 0.6 respectively. Apart from these Chowdergudem witnessed 1.9 mm, Kondurg 1.9 mm, Moinabad 1.4 mm, Kandukur 1.1 mm, Manchal 1.3 mm, Ibrahimpatnam 2.0 mm and Serilingampally 2.3 mm.

Remaining mandals such as Gandipet, Rajendranagar, Balapur, Saroornagar Ibrahimpatnam, Yacharam, Madgula, Shamshabad  and Farooqnagar received  3.6mm, 3.6 mm, 5.0 mm, 5.0 mm, 2.0 mm, 2.2 mm, 5.2 mm, 2.4 mm and 2.7 mm rainfall respectively.

Meanwhile, the entire Telangana state received 4.0 mm average rainfall as against the 4.4 mm normal downpour with a deviation of minus (9) percent.

Veldanda of Nagarkurnool district stood top among the entire state with highest 80.5 mm rainfall during the same period. This is the mandal where heavy rainfall was also recorded.