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Telangana: Heavy rains expected for next three days

Telangana is experiencing heavy rains. The Meteorological Department has warned that rain is possible for another four days in the state.

There is a possibility of heavy rain in many districts of Telangana today and tomorrow, according to weather officials. Mahabubnagar and Medak districts may experience heavy rain tomorrow due to a surface trough, the Meteorological Department reported. In addition, heavy rains with thunder and lightning are expected in the erstwhile districts of Adilabad and Nizamabad.

It is also predicted that there will be rains in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts. Furthermore, the Meteorological Department has stated that rain is possible in North Telangana districts after Wednesday afternoon. Farmers and officials are urged to be cautious.

Unseasonal torrential rains and gusty winds lashed Hyderabad on Tuesday night and early Wednesday, bringing normal life to a standstill. An eight-year-old girl lost her life when a wall collapsed at Jubilee Hills during Tuesday’s heavy downpour, which lasted all night and into the morning, causing chaos throughout the city. The worst-affected areas were in the city’s west and north, where residents reported unscheduled power outages, tree uprooting, and flooding.

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Residents flooded social media with complaints pleading with electricity board officials to restore power. Traffic flow was disrupted by tree falls and minor flooding in some areas. Waterlogged areas included Ameerpet, SR Nagar, Karkhana, Sainikpuri, and Nanakramguda in the early hours of Wednesday due to clogged drains. To clear the uprooted trees, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) dispatched Disaster Response Force teams.

However, the sun came out on Wednesday, bringing much-needed relief to Hyderabad. The city began to recover from the effects of the rains, with most areas regaining power. Officials from the GHMC continued to work to repair the damage caused by the rains.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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