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HyderabadHeavy rains lash Hyderabad, more expected

Heavy rains lash Hyderabad, more expected

Published: 22nd Sep 2021 2:19 pm

Hyderabad: Several localities, especially in the northern and eastern parts of the city, are witnessing heavy downpour since Wednesday morning. Cherlapalli received the maximum rain of 16 mm till the afternoon.

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Giving details about the weather forecast, Dr K Nagaratna, Director of India Meteorological Department (IMD), Hyderabad, said, “Due to a low pressure there is a trough from Jharkhand to Telangana. Hence we will continue to witness the downpours for a couple of days. However, we are only expecting light to moderate rainfall, and not heavy showers.”

As per Telangana state Development Planning Society’s forecast, most parts of the city will continue to witness light to moderate rain for the next three to four days. The maximum temperature in the city is expected to be around 30 to 32 degree Celsius, while the minimum temperature will range between 21 and 23 degree Celsius.

Meanwhile, several districts in Telangana also continued to receive rainfall on Wednesday. Raikal in Jagtial recorded the highest rainfall in the state of 40.3 mm. Other districts including Mulugu, Mancherial, Nirmal, Yadadri Bhuvanagiri and Bhadradri Kothagudem also received moderate to heavy rainfall.

Rainfall in Hyderabad
Cherlapalli – 16 mm
Malkajgiri – 12.3 mm
Rajendranagar – 10.5 mm
Kapra – 10.5 mm
Quthbullapur – 9 mm

Statewide Rainfall
Raikal, Jagtial – 40.3 mm
Eturunagaram, Mulugu – 24.8 mm
Hajipur, Mancherial – 24.5 mm
Lingapur, Nirmal – 24 mm
Allipur, Jagtial – 22.3 mm

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