Hyderabad Rains: Heavy rain likely in Hyderabad till Wednesday, Meteorological Department issued rain alert


Hyderabad Rains: Heavy rain likely in Hyderabad till Wednesday, Meteorological Department issued rain alertRain havoc in Hyderabad (Photo Credits: PTI)

Hyderabad Rains: Large parts of Hyderabad were flooded by torrential rains and more than 50 people died. Meanwhile, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a rain alert in Hyderabad till Wednesday and said that there is a possibility of lightning and thunderstorms. The weather bureau said on Sunday that Hyderabad May be partly cloudy, with thunderstorms.

There is a possibility of cloudy weather on Monday, during this time there is a possibility of thunderstorms and there will be heavy rain in the city on Tuesday. On Wednesday, it will be cloudy and there will be thunder showers and rain is predicted on Thursday and Friday. The rains in Hyderabad made people suffer, see shocking pictures and videos.

Heavy rains lashed many areas of Hyderabad on Saturday evening, causing traffic jams and water logging, causing havoc in some parts of the city earlier this week. However, several reports have also claimed that the death toll in Hyderabad alone has crossed 20, with more bodies recovered from flood-affected areas.

Official data from 8.30 am to 10 pm on Saturday showed that 157.3 mm of rain fell in Singapore township of Medchal Malkajgiri district, followed by 153 mm of rain in Bandalaguda near Uppal in the city. Many other areas of the city also received heavy rainfall. The Meteorological Office of Hyderabad said that light to moderate rain or thunderstorms are likely to occur in some parts of the city on Sunday, while one or two places may receive heavy rains.

In a tweet, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Director of Vigilance and Disaster Management said in a tweet that, Disaster Response Force is continuously working to clean the water logging.

The state government said on October 15 that 50 people had lost their lives due to heavy rains and flash floods across the state and estimated losses of over Rs 5,000 crore.

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