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Hyderabad to start feeling nip in the air as winter approaches

Hyderabad: After a bountiful monsoon, the city is gearing up to welcome winter next month. According to India Meteorological Department (IMD)-Hyderabad officials, there will...

Heavy rainfall lashes Delhi-NCR, temperature dips, AQI worsens

New Delhi: Heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorm lashed parts of Delhi-NCR on Monday which led to a decline in temperature and further deteriorated the...

Another Cyclonic Circulation waiting in the wings

New Delhi: It started as a 'Low Pressure Area' (LPA) over east-central Bay of Bengal on September 24; by September 25 noon, it had...

IMD issues pre-cyclone watch for Odisha, AP coasts

Bhubaneswar: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a pre-cyclone watch for north Andhra Pradesh and adjoining south Odisha coasts. Under the influence of the...

More rain in store for Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Several parts of the city witnessed light to moderate rainfall since afternoon on Sunday. Though the city woke up to overcast skies, the...

Deep depression crosses Odisha coast; to bring heavy rainfall over central, west India: IMD

New Delhi: A depression over the Bay of Bengal intensified into a deep depression and crossed the Odisha coast on Monday morning, bringing heavy...

Hyderabad witnesses pleasant Saturday with cloudy skies

TSDPS forecasts a similar weather pattern in the city over the next couple of days

How IMD’s colour-coded warnings work?

Colour codes are used in weather warnings for bringing out the severity of the weather phenomena expected" as per the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

IMD says rains to continue in Hyderabad on Friday

On Thursday, several localities in GHMC, including Asifnagar, Khairatabad, Shaikpet, Secunderabad and Bandlaguda received light to moderate shower throughout the night, ranging from 10 to 20 mm.

Heavy rains: IMD issues red alert for Telangana

Thunderstorm with lightning and gusty wind speed 30-40 kmph, also has been predicted to occur at isolated places in the State

Hyderabad receives 70pc excess rainfall

As of July 20, Hyderabad received 359.5 mm average rainfall during this monsoon season, whereas the normal rain expected till now was 210.9 mm

Heavy rains lash Hyderabad again

By evening several parts in the city and suburbs were lashed by heavy rain with Chandulal Baradari in Bahadurpura receiving the city’s highest rainfall of 50.30 mm

Hyderabad receives 31.6% excess rainfall in July

Officials at TSDPS forecast that there can be light to moderate rain at isolated places in the city in the next three days

Rain, thunderstorm likely at several places across Hyderabad

The maximum temperature in Hyderabad is expected to be around 30 to 33 degree Celsius, while the minimum temperature would range between 22 and 24 degree Celsius.

Monsoon revives in Hyderabad, more rains expected in next two days

IMD issues red warning for July 12 and orange warning for July 13 for many districts

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