Extra rain in Telangana-Hyderabad for subsequent 2 days, yellow alert issued

Hyderabad: The Indian Meteorological Division (IMD) on Thursday forecast that resulting from a despair within the Bay of Bengal, the state would proceed to obtain extra intermittent rains over the following two days. The IMD had really issued a yellow warning for Telangana for the following two days i.e. September 24 and September 25.

As per the forecast, a yellow warning has been issued for the following two days with gentle to reasonable rain or thundershowers occurring in Hyderabad and lots of different areas of the state within the subsequent few days.

In keeping with the Telangana State Improvement Planning Society’s forecast for the following 48 hours, reasonable to heavy rains are very probably over Kumuram Bheem, Mancherial, Nirmal, Bhadradri Kothagudem, Warangal City and Jangaon districts, with gentle to reasonable rain probably over all the state.

The TSDPS mentioned that the utmost temperature is anticipated to be within the vary of 30 levels to 33 levels Celsius, whereas the minimal temperature is more likely to be within the vary of 20 levels to 23 levels Celsius.

“Attributable to low stress within the Bay of Bengal. So we’ll proceed to see extra rain for a few days. Nevertheless, gentle to reasonable rain and no heavy rain is anticipated,” Telangana Right this moment quoted Dr Ok Naga Ratna, director, IMD Hyderabad.

In a separate bulletin, TSDPS mentioned that over the last 24 hours within the state, Andhol in Sangareddy district recorded the very best rainfall of 59.1 mm. Chintakani in Khammam district recorded a most temperature of 34.9 levels Celsius and Chitkul in Medak district recorded a minimal temperature of 20.0 levels Celsius.

Within the final 24 hours, Hyderabad recorded 31 diploma Celsius and the minimal temperature was 22 diploma Celsius. Telangana has registered 33% extra on this season which began from 1st June 2021.

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