Heavy showers to continue in Hyderabad on Thursday

On Wednesday, GHMC received an average rainfall of 17.7 mm, with the highest rainfall of 30.5 mm recorded at Kapra.

By   |  Published: 22nd Jul 2021  10:48 am

Hyderabad: Continuous downpours in the city have brought life to a standstill in various areas. After overnight rains on Wednesday, the India Meteorological Department, Hyderabad has said Thursday was also likely to be an umbrella day.

On Wednesday, GHMC received an average rainfall of 17.7 mm, with the highest rainfall of 30.5 mm recorded at Kapra. Several other localities in the city, including Hayathnagar, Asifnagar, Qutbullapur, Secunderabad and Uppal also received heavy shower throughout the night.

The temperatures in the city have dropped due to the continuous rain. The temperature recorded at 8.30 am on Thursday was 22.6 degree Celsius.

According to the IMD forecast, the city could witness more light to moderate thundershowers throughout Thursday, accompanied with gusty winds of 30 to 40 kmph. The maximum temperature in the city was likely to remain around 26 degree Celsius.

Several other districts of Telangana also witnessed very heavy rains overnight. Narsapur in Normal recorded the highest rainfall in the state of 233.5 mm. Other districts including Nizamabad and Adilabad also received heavy rainfall.


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