A sudden downpour hit the city on Monday and brought down the day temperature by almost 10 degrees Celsius.

At 2:30pm, the city temperature was hovering at 36.4 degrees Celsius but after heavy rains that lasted for more than an hour, it dipped to 26.2 degrees at 4.30pm.Secunderabad and surrounding areas, including Bollarum, Trimulgherry, Qutbullapur, Tarnaka, Rezimental Bazaar, Balamrai, Tukaram Gate, Alwal and ECIL, were the most affected.
Some of these areas also witnessed waterlogging, mainly Balamrai and Secunderabad railway station.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Hyderabad, said that a cyclonic circulation over south east Bay of Bengal and a trough extending from north interior Karnataka led to rains in Hyderabad. The city may receive more showers on Tuesday, the IMD said.

The city may also receive rainfall for the next two days, confirmed a Met official. 

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