Hyderabad: Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecasted heavy rains likely to occur at isolated places in different parts of Telangana for the next 48 hours.
The IMD also predicted waterlogging in many parts of the low lying area in the city. They also predicted massive damage to trees and electric poles leading to disruption of transport in some areas of the city for a few hours to a few days. They also warned that drainage clogging and traffic congestion in the city.
Three accidents have been reported in the city due to rain.
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Heavy rain very likely to occur at isolated places in districts of Karimnagar, Rajanna Siricilla, Siddipet, Medak, Sangareddy, Vikarabad, Narayanpet, Yadadri Bhuvanagiri, Jogulamba Gadwal, Wanaparthy, Mahabubnagar, Hyderabad, Medchal-Malkajgiri, Rangareddy, Nalgonda and Nagarkurnool will receive heavy to very heavy rains in the next 48 hours.
#WeatherUpdate: Heavy rains forecast for parts of Hyderabad on Saturday.
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It also predicted thunderstorm accompanied by lightning to occur at isolated places over Telangana.
IMD said light to moderate rain or thundershowers very likely to occur in many parts at times intense spells in one or two places of the city for the next 48 hours.
The IMD also predicted waterlogging and drainage clogging in many parts of the low lying area in districts of Telangana. They also predicted massive damage to trees and electric poles leading to disruption of transport in some areas of the districts for a few hours to a few days.
According to the Telangana State Development Planning Society, During the last one day, Highest Rainfall of 208.8 mm recorded at Nandigama in Rangareddy district in the state.
“Condition is likely to become favourable for withdrawal of Southwest-Monsoon from West Rajasthan and adjoining areas around 28th Sept 2020. The Low Pressure Area over East Uttar Pradesh & adjoining Bihar now lies over Bihar & adjoining East Uttar Pradesh and the associated cyclonic circulation extends upto 5.8 km above mean sea level. It is likely to move east northeastwards during next 24 hours,” read the IMD’s weather inference for Friday
“Trough now runs from the cyclonic circulation associated with Low-Pressure Area over Bihar & adjoining East Uttar Pradesh to interior Odisha across Jharkhand between 1.5 km & 5.8 km above mean sea level,” also stated IMD’s weather inference for Saturday.