Hyderabad: The Indian Meteorological department (IMD) has predicted a high chance of rainfall in Hyderabad on 25 and 26 April. The city will also see a rise in Mercury levels as the temperature touched 40 degrees Celsius on 24 April in several parts of the city.
The IMD said a cyclonic circulation over northeast Vidarbha and neighbouring areas will cause rainfall. Besides Hyderabad, rainfall is expected in other parts of the state like Asifabad, Seringampally, and Khumuram Bheem, the forecast said.
IMD Hyderabad meteorologist Raja Rao said, “An upper air trough up to 0.9 km runs over northeast Vidarbha till the Comorin area across Telangana, Rayalaseema, south interior Karnataka, and interior Tamil Nadu. This is causing thunderstorms over Telangana. There are also chances of hailstorm in some places.” He said these rains will not lead to a decrease in temperatures and in fact, the temperature will be two to three degrees above normal in some areas in northern Telangana.
The forecast for Hyderabad for the next 48 hours is likely to be, rain or thunderstorm to occur towards the evening or night. While maximum and minimum temperatures to be around 40 and 22 degrees respectively.
Thunderstorms are also expected to hit north-coastal Andhra Pradesh, Yanam, and Rayalseema on 25 and 26 April.
According to Telangana state development and planning society, Lingalaghanpur in Jangaon district received the maximum rainfall, 28.3 mm, while in Hyderabad Madhapur received the maximum rainfall of 7.0 mm.
It rained in Hyderabad and isolated places of Telangana on 21 April due to the wind discontinuity.

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