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Few more rainy days for Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Nalgonda

October 23, 2017 12:11 PM |

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Dry weather has become common for the state of Telangana from quite a few days, however, the weather situation is somewhat better for the coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. In the past day, the youngest state, Telangana was almost dry with only the capital city recording rains. While on the other hand, during the same time, a few coastal stations of Andhra Pradesh managed to receive some spells.

Talking about Telangana, Hyderabad recorded 0.3 mm of light spells while in Andhra Pradesh, Kalingapatnam and Tuni recorded 4.8 mm and 3 mm of light spells in the last 24 hours from 08:30 am as on Sunday.

As per Skymet Weather, a trough is seen extending from South Chhattisgarh to South Konkan across Telangana and South Maharashtra.


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In the wake of this weather system, scattered rains are likely to make an appearance over the southern regions of Telangana for the next 48 hours. Hyderabad is also likely to receive light rains for the next 48 hours. Other regions such as Medak and Nalgonda may also witness a few spells. Thereafter, the weather of most parts of Telangana is expected to become dry.

Talking about Andhra Pradesh, on and off rains are expected to continue over the north coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh such as Visakhapatnam and Kalingapatnam for another 24 hours. Henceforth, isolated light rain is expected. Rayalaseema is also expected to witness light spells for the next 2 days.

Thereafter, the intensity of rains will increase marginally over Rayalaseema on October 26 and 27 after which the weather of most parts of Andhra Pradesh is expected to become dry.

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