HYDERABAD: Telangana obtained heavy showers throughout a number of districts for the third consecutive day on Saturday. Many components of the state witnessed heavy storms and rainfall together with hail storms in a couple of locations together with Hyderabad’s KPHB, Pragathi Nagar, Gajularamaram, Nizampet, JNTU, Nallagandla, Manikonda, and Chandanagar.
Kamareddy, Sircilla, Karimnagar, Peddapalli, Rangareddy, and components of Vikarabad, Bhadradri – Kothagudem and Khammam too witnessed hail storms.
The town’s temperatures dipped to 18°C in some areas like Rajendranagar at round 5 pm, when rains intensified.
In the meantime, the rains continued to trigger horrible site visitors jams within the metropolis, sewage water flowing onto the roads, and a minor scuffle in a site visitors jam in Hitec Metropolis.
In one other incident, two bikes had been broken when a tree fell onto the highway from Lakdikapul in the direction of the Telugu Talli Flyover. Motorists escaped unharmed.
The Indian Meteorological Division stated that clouds are shifting from westwards to eastwards in the direction of Hyderabad and that the town will obtain mild to average rain and thundershowers lightning for a couple of hours.
An IMD-H scientist stated that the rains are prone to proceed by means of the night time till Sunday morning. For Sunday, the Met division sounded a yellow alert for a thunderstorm accompanied by lightning that may possible happen at remoted locations in all of the districts of Telangana. The showers are anticipated to subside by the second half of the day, with no rains from Monday.
“Typically cloudy sky. Gentle to average rain or thundershowers with lightning and gusty winds of 40-50 kmph are very prone to happen in the direction of night or night time. Most and minimal temperatures are prone to be round 29°C and 19°C respectively on Sunday,” the IMD report learn.
Social media was abuzz with folks sharing photos of hail storms, youngsters taking part in with them, and a few even placing up buckets outdoors their properties to gather the hail.