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Telangana likely to receive light to moderate rainfall for next few days

With heavy clouds circling the state, Telangana is expected to receive light to moderate rainfall on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

Mancherial, Kumuram Bheem, Mulugu, Siddipet, Bhadradri, and Suryapet are among the districts on the radar of the Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS). Light rain is expected in all other districts.

Light rain is also expected in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) area. Maximum temperatures are expected to range from 29 degrees Celsius to 32 degrees Celsius, with minimum temperatures ranging from 18 degrees Celsius to 21 degrees Celsius.

Maximum temperatures in the state are expected to range from 32 degrees Celsius to 35 degrees Celsius, while minimum temperatures are expected to range from 18 degrees Celsius to 22 degrees Celsius.

The highest rainfall of 47.3 mm in the last 24 hours was recorded in the GHMC districts of Kapra and Medchal-Malkajgiri.

The highest rainfall in the state, 118.8 mm, was recorded in Venkatapuram, Mulugu district.

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In 2022, Hyderabad experienced changing weather patterns

In Hyderabad, the year 2022 was marked by changing weather patterns. The summer was milder, while the monsoon arrived in a huge way and the temperature fluctuated between low and high levels during the winter.

Though the year began with the coldest minimum temperatures, the cold quickly dissipated, and February was a contrast, with heat searing the city between March and May.

The years 2016 and 2017 were the hottest, with temperatures reaching 43 degrees Celsius, and this summer proved to be more moderate, with the highest maximum temperature recorded being around 42 degrees Celsius.

Following light rains in June, the season began to shift in July, with the city receiving a whopping 125% excess rainfall. The highest rainfall of the month was recorded between July 6 and July 13. While August ended with a deficit in rainfall, September saw the highest rainfall in over a decade.

Some areas received 9.1 to 12.7 cm of rain in three hours on September 26. Mehdipatnam was hit the hardest by 11.25 cm. On September 6, 2017, the highest rainfall of 9 cm in 24 hours was recorded.

Meanwhile, the city experienced an early taste of winter when temperatures began to fall in late October. The minimum temperature fell to 14.9 degrees Celsius on October 24, the lowest in 54 years. On October 26, the third-lowest temperature of 15.1 degrees Celsius was recorded.





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