Telangana Rains: Heavy rains for two more days.

Hyderabad Meteorological Department officials have revealed that there is a chance that the rains that have been falling for the past few days will continue on Wednesday and Thursday as well. It is stated that the surface trough has extended from Chhattisgarh to Kumarin via Telangana and as a result rains are falling. A surface circulation formed with winds at 1500 m height over the Bay of Bengal off Andhra Pradesh coast. It has been announced that it will rain today and tomorrow. Mangalapalle of Rangareddy district received the highest rainfall of 12.5 cm in the state on Tuesday. 8.3 and 7.4 cm of rainfall were recorded in Tufranpet and Illendu of Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district. Hyderabad also received heavy rain in many places. Kukat Pally, Miyapur, Mushirabad, Panjagutta, Ameerpet, Khairatabad, Lakdikapool, Chikkadapally, Ramnagar, Musapeta, KPHB, Secunderabad, Begumpet, Mehdipatnam, Erragadda, Lakdikapool, Jubilee Hills, Banjarahills, Uppal, Kavadiguda, Gandhinagar, Domalaguda, RTC Cross. Pate, Bholakpur, Jawaharnagar, Dil Sukh Nagar, Chadarghat, Vanasthalipuram, LB Nagar, Hayat Nagar and Vanasthalipuram areas were heavily traffic jammed due to rain.

On the other hand, heavy rains are falling in many places across the country. Torrential rains lash Kerala. Red alert has been announced for seven districts of the state. In Assam, Delhi and Tamil Nadu, the traffic has come to a standstill due to the rains. It is explained that strong winds will blow in Kollam, Kayamkulam and Kochi in Kerala. A holiday has been declared for educational institutions in some parts of the state due to rains. Heavy rains will lash Kerala till August 4 and fishermen have been warned not to go hunting. Meanwhile, red alert was announced in 7 districts last week.

Government machinery has been alerted by the announcement of meteorological department officials that heavy rains will fall in Kerala. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan ordered the people in the hilly areas to be vigilant and go to the resettlement centers if necessary. Floods are also creating havoc in Assam. People are fed up with incessant rains. They are expressing their concern that they are facing hardships due to the rains that have been falling for a week and they are facing severe difficulties without food to eat. The overflowing rain water on the roads is not able to go out.

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