The wind shear zone is moving across North of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Along with this system, a Cyclonic Circulation persists over the North Andhra Pradesh coast. Due to the combined impact of these two systems, the rainfall will continue mainly over the northern parts of the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh coasts. Even in the last 24 hours as well, moderate to heavy rains have been witnessed in many places.
The significant rains have been recorded at Nizamabad 81 mm, Khammam 34 mm, Visakhapatnam 20 mm, Nalgonda 15 mm with light rains over Hyderabad of 5 mm.
For the next few days, rainfall activity will continue with mainly moderate spells with heavy rains in isolated pockets. During the next 24 hours, isolated heavy spells are likely over Khammam, Ramagundam, Nalgonda, Bhadrachalam, Rentachintala, Anantapur, Cuddapah, Kurnool, and Tirupati.
Whereas light rains will be seen over rest places of these two states. If we talk about the present condition, then the weather is pleasant with persistent thick clouding and a light breeze. Along with this, moderate lightning strikes are expected along the coast.
Another Cyclonic Circulation which is likely to develop in the south-central Bay of Bengal is likely to move northwestwards and is expected to reach the South Andhra Pradesh coast by September 24. This system stands a chance to enhance the rainfall activities with heavy spells at some places of Telangana and Rayalaseema. Looks like Active Monsoon conditions will continue to persist for almost the rest of September.
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