In Telangana, heavy rains accompanied by thunder lashed several parts of Hyderabad yesterday evening inundating low-lying areas and busy thoroughfares. The torrential rain impacted the commuter traffic, as roads at vital junctions in Hyderabad came under sheets of rainwater.
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Many parts of the city reported massive thunderstorms that remained active for nearly a few hours. Widespread showers were reported in the areas like Uppal, Nagole, LB Nagar, Tarnaka, Boduppal, Amberpet, Nampally, Abids, Mehdipatnam and Malakpet. Several parts received over 9 cm of rainfall during one hour.
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Met Department officials have issued a yellow alert for Hyderabad and informed that light to moderate rain accompanied by thunderstorms is likely in the state capital today also following a monsoon trough. All other districts in the State too are likely to witness light to moderate rain for the next two days.
— Sowmith Yakkati (@sowmith7) September 26, 2022