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The city, which has been witnessing summer like weather conditions over the last one week, heaved a sigh of relief on Thursday with rains making a moderate comeback. More importantly, the rains are likely to continue, not just in Hyderabad but across Telangana, with the India Meteorological Department here issuing a weather warning, stating that thunderstorms and lightning were ‘very likely’ across the State till September 14.

During the last one week, the day temperatures were hovering around 35 degree Celsius, which was five degrees above normal. Apart from maximum temperatures, the nights too had turned slightly warmer with the minimum temperatures touching 25 degree Celsius.

However, the skies opened on Thursday and several parts received rains, ranging from light to moderate rainfall, with Rajendranagar receiving the highest rainfall of 47 mm till 4 pm, followed by Kachiguda (42.8 mm), Attapur (40.5) and Bahadurpura (40.3 mm), according to the Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS).

In the last 24 hours, the highest temperature of 37.6 was recorded at Bandlaguda while maximum rainfall of 7.3 mm was received at Patancheru. Across the State, the highest rainfall of 53.8 mm was recorded at Tadvai in Mulugu district. The weather forecast from TSDPS indicated that light to moderate rain/thundershowers could be expected at a few places for next three days. The maximum temperatures are expected to be in the range of 33 degree Celsius to 34 degree Celsius, while the minimum temperatures could be around 23 degree Celsius to 25 degree Celsius.

The weather warning from the IMD Hyderabad said thunderstorms accompanied by lightning were very likely to occur at isolated places over Telangana in the next four days. Heavy rains were also very likely to occur in the State during this period, that is, till September 14.




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