Telangana, which was hit by heavy rains last month, is once again under the threat of rain. Hyderabad Meteorological Center has issued warnings to this extent. Officials have revealed that there will be heavy to very heavy rains in many parts of the state on Saturday. Apart from that, thunder and lightening rains and gusty winds will blow at a speed of 30 to 40 kilometers per hour. It has been explained that the heaviest to heaviest rains will fall from 7th to 9th of this month. On the 7th day, 12 cm to 20 cm rain will be recorded and on the 8th and 9th, more than 20 cm rain will be recorded. In this regard, information has been given to the government and the National Disaster Management Teams, he said. Meanwhile, the period formed in the West Central Bay of Bengal is continuing in the coastal areas of AP. Along with this, the trough continues from Vidarbha to Telangana at an average height of 0.9 km. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of formation of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal on or after the 7th. As a result, the combined Adilabad and combined Khammam districts of the state will receive Kumbhavrishti rains.
On Friday, it rained in many parts of Hyderabad. Due to the impact of Droni, light to moderate rain fell in many places in Ranga Reddy, Medchal-Malkajigiri districts along with Greater Hyderabad. Shahpurnagar in Kutbullapur recorded the highest rainfall of 4 cm. It rained in Neredumet, Jedimetla, Kuthbullapur, Sheikhpet, Bahudoorpura, Rajendranagar, KPHB CBCID Colony, Jagadgirigutta, Machabollaram, Jubilee Hills, Alwal, Miyapur, Hastinapuram.
Meanwhile.. Telangana trembled like a toad because of the Kumbh rains that fell last month. It rained extensively across the state. The flood flow in Godavari has increased massively due to the rains in the state and the flow coming from the upper areas. In the last 36 years, it has become more violent than ever. The catchment areas from Adilabad district to Bhadradri district were flooded. Manchiryala, Manthani, Bhadrachalam and Koonavaram were flooded. The town of Bhadrachalam was flooded. Many colonies were submerged. The flow of Godavari has crossed 70 feet. With this, the authorities issued a third danger warning.
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