Heavy rains continue to lash Hyderabad

Till 7 am, Hayathnagar recorded a very heavy rainfall of 131 mm, followed by Bandlaguda (91 mm), Saroornagar (88.5 mm), Vanasthalipuram (87.8) and Charminar (87 mm), according to Telangana State Development Planning Society.

By   |  Published: 26th Sep 2020  10:54 amUpdated: 26th Sep 2020  12:40 pm

Hyderabad: Heavy rains have been lashing the city and suburbs since Friday late night.
Starting as a light drizzle on Friday evening, the rains picked pace in the night and intensified to continue as heavy rains on Saturday morning.

Till 7 am, Hayathnagar recorded a very heavy rainfall of 131 mm, followed by Bandlaguda (91 mm), Saroornagar (88.5 mm), Vanasthalipuram (87.8) and Charminar (87 mm), according to Telangana State Development Planning Society.

The average rainfall recorded in Greater Hyderabad during the last 24 hours was 47.3 mm.
The Met department has issued a weather warning that heavy rain is very likely to occur over the State on Saturday.

In the State, districts such as Rajanna Siricilla, Karimnagar, Suryapet, Warangal Rural, Vikarabad, Jangaon, Siddipet and Mahabubnagar witnessed rainfall on Friday night.
Meanwhile, the weather forecast with Meteorological Department, Hyderabad said the rains or thunderstorms would occur towards evening or night across the city in the next three days.


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