Telangana is witnessing rainfall since the past few weeks, which is expected to continue for three more days.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD,) on the 11th of October, issued a statement, which read an extended southwest monsoon will bring moderate to light rainfall in different areas of Telangana.
The Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS) recorded the day’s highest rainfall, 89.5 mm in Siddipet, 72.3 mm in Damaragidda of Narayanpet, 72 mm in Narmeta of Jangaon and 65.5 mm in Zaffergadh in Jangaon of Telangana.
The weather forecast also suggested there would be weather change in the South Peninsula. In addition, it said a cyclonic circulation, which is over the East Central Arabian Sea, entered the Karnataka coast, which may bring rainfall in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Besides, a trough from West Bengal is also extending towards coastal Andhra Pradesh, bringing rainfall.
The weather forecast agency Skymet said, “In view of the persistence of these weather systems, we expect light to moderate rains with one or two heavy spells over parts in Telangana during the next two to three days. For the next four to five days, rains are also expected to continue over Hyderabad.”
The weather department also issued an alert in the Rayalaseema region. According to the reports, a trough from Komarin to Tamil Nadu is expected to enter the coastal areas of Rayalaseema in Andhra Pradesh.
Stay tuned for further updates.