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IMD forecasts light to moderate rains across Telangana for next four days

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasted light to moderate rains in most parts of Telangana between October 1 and 5.

Thunderstorms with lightning are very likely to occur on October 1 in isolated locations in a few districts of Telangana, prompting the India Meteorological Department to issue a yellow alert (IMD).

On October 5, the yellow alert has been issued once more because the forecast includes thunderstorms with lightning at isolated locations in a few districts of Telangana.

On Saturday, heavy rain occurred in several Telangana districts.

Heavy rain occurred in Banjara Hills, Jubilee Hills, Panjagutta, Madhapur, Hi-Tech City, Yusufguda, Film Nagar, Dundigal, Gandi Maisamma, Kukatpally, KPHB, Alvin Colony, Musapeta, Pragathinagar, and Nizampet in Hyderabad.

The recent rainfall in the city resulted in water pooling on roads and low-lying areas, traffic congestion in most locations, wet and slippery roads, tree and electric poles falling, electricity, water, and other social disruptions for a few hours, and drainage clogging.

Rains lashed many parts of the city, making commuting difficult, particularly in Old City areas. Some parts of the city also experienced flooding.

From June 1 to September 22, Hyderabad received 704.7 mm of rain compared to the normal 548.7 mm, a 28 percent deviation, while the entire state received 1054.5 mm of rain compared to the normal 690.9 mm, a 53 percent deviation.

Rains flooded streets in Medak, Vikarabad, Siddipet, Medchal Malkajigiri, Rangareddy, Hyderabad, Yadadri Bhuvanagiri, Nalgonda, Nagar Kurnool, Mahabubnagar, Narayanapet, Vanaparthi, and Jogulamba Gadwal districts, in addition to Hyderabad.

The village of Vangoor in the Nagarkurnool District received the most rain, while the city of Rajendra Nagar in Rangareddy experienced the most downpour.

According to an IMD weather bulletin, a cyclonic circulation exists in the lower and middle tropospheric levels over the Northwest and adjoining West-central Bay of Bengal.




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