Rains Refuse To Leave Hyderabad, To Continue For Another Week 

Hyderabad will experience rainfall for  one more week, the MET dept said. - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: Telugu states will experience heavy rainfall over the next five days, according to a statement released by the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

Consequently, rains are expected in Hyderabad for another five days. On Sunday, rains lashed several parts of the city. Several colonies in LB Nagar, Nagole and Nacharam were inundated. The city is already experiencing more than usual annual rainfall since two weeks. First it was Cumulonimbus clouds and then hurricane droni that left the city soaked.

All the nalas and drains are overflowing leaving residents of low lying areas in constant fear. Though the GHMC has created emergency teams to tackle any eventuality, the preparations are said to be inadequate. A case in point is the overflowing of Bandla cheruvu in Anandbagh area that completely inundated Malkajgiri and Safilguda. Roads and thoroughfares in Hyderabad are going from bad to worse as the city authorities have already said that they cannot undertake repairs works due to incessant rainfall.

A depression over the Bay of Bengal is expected to bring more rainfall to the Telugu states over the next week.

Depression In Bay of Bengal

Coastal Odisha is likely to get moderate to heavy rain and thundershowers in the next 48 hours due to cyclonic circulation in the southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining regions. The coastal region is expected to witness heavy rain accompanied by strong gusty winds and moderate lightning strikes in the next couple of days.

Rainfall In Rayalaseema

Rayalaseema region is witnessing heavy to very heavy rainfall accompanied by thundershowers since the past one week. Rainfall is expected during the next one week in Ongole, Anantapur, Kurnool, Kadapa, Chittoor, Machilipatnam, Bapatla and Kavali.

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