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Incessant Rains Cool Hyderabad as Deficit Drops to 28%:- After living through scorching temperature, Hyderabad city witnessed rains during the weekend with many areas recording three cm of rainfall. Due to the incessant rainfall, the deficit has come down from 35 percent to 28 percent.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), areas in Hyderabad, to name a few, such as Ramachandrapuram, Patancheruvu, Serilingampally, Kukatpally, and Kapra received light to moderate rainfall. Owing to this, the maximum temperature saw a massive four-degree drop to 26.4 degrees Celsius.
According to a statement by Indian Meteorological Department, the southwest monsoon has been active across Telangana with many districts such as Bhadadri Kothagudem, and Jayashankar Bhupalpally witnessing heavy rainfall over the last two days.
Northern districts experienced heavy rainfall with few mandals in Bhadadri Kothegudem witnessing rainfall of 8 cm up to 8.30 a.m. on Sunday.
In Bhadadri Kothagudem, the incessant rainfall also led to a drop in the maximum temperature to 25.8 degrees Celsius, a massive 5.7 degrees Celsius drop from normal.
Meteorologists have attributed increased intensity of rain to various weather systems such as cyclonic circulation and a low-pressure area over Telangana.
The Met department has forecast that Hyderabad would witness rainfall for the next few days.
“A cyclonic circulation lies over northwest Bay of Bengal and its neighborhood. Under its influence, a low-pressure area is likely to form during the next two to three days,” read a weather report issued by IMD, Hyderabad.
“As these systems will persist for some more time, the northern parts of Telangana will receive heavy rain and thundershowers during the next 36 hours. Places such as Adilabad, Hanamkonda, Ramagundam, Bhadrachalam, Medak will receive heavy showers,” forecasts Skymet, an independent weather forecasting agency.