Incessant rains, lashing Hyderabad city since Thursday night, threw normal life out of gear, with the showers showing no sign of abating. Waking up to overnight rains, denizens on Friday coped with the varying moods of the rains that ranged from slight drizzle to downpour, without reprieve. As the sun struggled to pierce through a thick blanket of clouds that hung over the city, wet and chilly weather prevailed through the day.

Data from the Telangana State Development Planning Society shows that Madhapur recorded a rainfall of 26 mm till 5 pm on Friday followed by RC Puram with 23.3 mm and Patancheru 22.3 mm. The average rainfall recorded by India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday was 15.2 mm. It said the southwest monsoon was vigorous over Telangana and that heavy rain was likely at isolated places during the next two days.

According to IMD, the impact of incessant rains was such that in two days the deficit rainfall in Hyderabad came down from 26 per cent to 20 per cent as on Friday morning. 

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