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IMD issues yellow alert as Hyderabad prepares for another rainfall event

Rainfall is expected to return to Hyderabad and other parts of Telangana, as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Hyderabad has issued a yellow alert for many districts across the state from March 24 to 26. Thunderstorms, lightning, and squalls have been predicted for this time period, according to the weather department.

All six zones in Hyderabad – Charminar, Khairatabad, Kukatpally, LB Nagar, Secunderabad, and Serilingampally – are expected to have cloudy skies on March 24 and 25. Light to moderate rain or thundershowers are expected later in the evening or at night. The weather service has also issued a yellow issue for the city, which will be in effect on Friday and Saturday.

The recent rainfall in Hyderabad has provided some relief from the summer heat. Following the recent rainfall, thunderstorms, and hailstorm, maximum and minimum temperatures have dropped significantly in all districts of Telangana, including Hyderabad.

The maximum temperatures in Telangana districts have seen a departure of 2.8-5.8 degrees Celsius from the normal temperature.

The recent rain and hailstorm in Hyderabad and other Telangana districts provided much-needed relief from the summer heat.

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Aside from the IMD, the Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS) has predicted light to moderate rainfall and thunderstorms in many areas of the state.

The maximum temperature in the state is expected to be between 33 and 37 degrees Celsius, according to the weather department. All circles in Hyderabad are likely to see a significant drop in maximum temperature.

Residents are advised to take necessary precautions and plan their travel accordingly in light of the forecasts issued by both IMD Hyderabad and TSDPS. It is important to note that rainfall in Hyderabad can cause flooding and waterlogging in low-lying areas.







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