Heavy downpour in Hyderabad; rains in TS for next 24 hours

In Hyderabad, Malkajgiri recorded the highest rainfall of 50.3 mm followed by Alwal and Kapra with 48.5mm and 42.0mm rainfall, respectively.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  28 Jun 2022 2:39 PM GMT
Heavy downpour in Hyderabad; rains in TS for next 24 hours

Hyderabad: Heavy rains lashed various parts of the state on 28 June with several places recording rainfall between 15.60–64.40 mm. Some parts of Hyderabad also witnessed rainfall on Tuesday afternoon.

According to the Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPAS), from 8:30 a.m to 4 p.m on Tuesday, Sangareddy recorded the highest rainfall of 57.8 mm followed by Malkajgiri Mandal of Medchal-Malkajgiri district that recorded 50.3 mm. The third highest, 48.5mm, was recorded in Alwal.

In Hyderabad, Malkajgiri recorded the highest rainfall of 50.3 mm followed by Alwal and Kapra with 48.5mm and 42.0mm rainfall, respectively.




T. Bajaji popularly known as Telangana Weatherman tweeted, "#HyderabadRains - 3.35PM. HEAVY DOWNPOUR lashing entire Qutbullapur, Alwal, Tirumalagiri, Neredmet, ECIL, Kapra, Balanagar, Jeedimetla, Ameerpet, Begumpet, Malkajgiri which will decrease in 30 minutes, it was a crazy downpour."

Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh Weatherman also tweeted about the heavy rains in Hyderabad. "#HyderabadRains : Rains in all parts of #Hyderabad will reduce to drizzles and showers in next 20-30 minutes. Lingampally - Hi Tech City rains will move towards Khairtabad - Charminar side and drizzles ahead for all parts of City. Enjoy the Weather Hyderabad !!," he wrote.

Heavy rains were experienced in the evening when school children were returning home. Severe water logging was seen in front of St. Anns Girls' High School at Bolarum, Secunderabad, due to the heavy rains. Two-wheelers and four-wheelers had a tough time wading through the water.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned of heavy rains and thunderstorms accompanied by lightning at isolated places in various districts across the state on 27 and 28 June. From next month, rains are expected to reduce to light to moderate rains.




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