Indian Meteorological Department
Adilabad: Collector Sikta Patnaik urged the people living in low-lying areas to be alert in view of heavy rains forecast by Indian Meteorological Department...
Hyderabad: Keeping in view of the heavy rain alert issued by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the Rangareddy district collector has declared a holiday...
Colour codes are used in weather warnings for bringing out the severity of the weather phenomena expected" as per the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).
The maximum temperature of the city remained 30 degree Celsius, whereas the minimum temperature recorded on Saturday was 23.6 degree Celsius
State capital records average rainfall of 68.9 mm on Wednesday night; normal life thrown out of gear as many low lying areas remain flooded in several parts of the city
Officials at TSDPS forecast that there can be light to moderate rain at isolated places in the city in the next three days
Indian Meteorological Department has issued a two-day Orange warning for July 11 and 12, for many districts
Temperatures in the city dropped and the maximum temperature recorded on Friday was 33 degrees Celsius
Due to the rain, the city temperature has dropped around 7 degree Celsius
Weatherman says southwest monsoon will hit Kerala only around June 3 and will come to Telangana only in the second week of June
Experts warn that thunderstorms accompanied with lightning, gusty winds between 30 kmph and 40 kmph, and hailstorms are very likely to occur at isolated places across Telangana
The maximum temperature in the city has dropped by at least 5 degrees and today stood at 34.9 degree Celsius, whereas the minimum temperature recorded was 23.6 degree Celsius
The cyclonic storm over Arabian Sea, Tauktae, however, has brought down the maximum day time temperatures in Hyderabad by seven degrees to 32.6 degree Celsius
IMD, predicts that the weather in the city will be pleasant between May 16 and 19, with rain or thundershowers towards evening due to the presence of cyclonic storm, Tauktae in east central Arabian Sea
While the day started off on a dry, hot note, late-afternoon saw showers in many areas across the city, ranging from a light drizzle of 0.5 mm rainfall recorded at AWS at Malkajgiri to 33 mm at Gachibowli.
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