Cyclonic trough might cause more rains in Telangana

According to the IMD report for Telangana, light to moderate rain or thunder showers are very likely to occur at isolated places over the State on Wednesday.

By   |  Published: 29th Sep 2020  7:43 pm
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Hyderabad: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast more rains for Telangana under the impact of a cyclonic circulation laying over west central Bay of Bengal off Andhra Pradesh coast. According to the IMD report for Telangana, light to moderate rain or thunder showers are very likely to occur at isolated places over the State on Wednesday.

Thunderstorms accompanied with lightning and heavy rains might occur at isolated places over the State on Wednesday. However dry weather was predicted from Thursday. The IMD has said that the south-west monsoon has been weak over Telangana.

Heavy rain fall was recorded in the following places on Tuesday: Ramayampet (Medak) 5 cm, Pinapaka (B. Kothagudem) 4 cm, Kalwakurthy (Nagarkurnool) 4 cm, Bhiknur (Kamareddy) 3 cm, Sirpur ( Kumaram Bheem) 2cm , Naga Reddipet ( Kamareddy) 2 cm, Chandur (Nalgonda) 1 cm, Navipet (Nizamabad) 1 cm, Jadcherla (Mahabubnagar) 1 cm , Rudrur ( Nizamabad) 1 cm, Maganoor ( Mahabubnagar) 1 cm, Gambhiraopet (Rajanna Sircilla) 1 cm, Bodhan (Nizamabad) 1cm , Eturnagaram (J. Bhupalpally) 1 cm, Saroornagar (Rangareddy).

The State’s average rainfall on Tuesday was 1.9 mm, with Narsingi mandal, Medak district receiving the highest Rainfall of 49.3 mm. State Cumulative rainfall from June 1 to September 29 was 1072.8mm against Normal 714.7mm. Moderate Rainfall ranging from 15.6-64.4mm was recorded in Kamareddy, Medak, Medchal-Malkajgiri, Hyderabad, Mahabubnagar, Wanaparthy, Nagarkurnool, Khammam and Bhadradri Kothagudem districts. Light Rainfall ranging from 2.5-15.5mm was received all over the state except Adilabad, Peddapalli, Jayashankar, Warangal Rural, Warangal Urban, Mahabubabad, Jangaon and Suryapet districts.

 


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