Hyderabad: After a break-monsoon period, the city received moderate rainfall on Thursday while the districts recorded moderate to heavy showers. The rain resumes after 10 days of a dry spell in Hyderabad. Thursday’s rain is not going to make any large change in the rainfall deficit the state is facing.
Bodhan mandal in Nizamabad recorded 7 cm rainfall, the highest in the state. Besides this, Adilabad, Kamareddy, Nagar Kurnool and other areas having deficit rainfall received moderate showers.
The northern pockets of Hyderabad which include Malkajgiri, Medchal, Bolaram, Bowenpally, Alwal and Tarnaka received more rain than other parts of the city. Bolaram recorded 3 cm.
Rainfall during busy office hours led to water stagnation at several locations in the city. The buzzling Jagadish Market at Abids, Begum Bazaar, Tarnaka, Secunderabad, Raj Bhavan Road and Toli Chowki reported waterlogging. The disaster management team of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation monsoon pressed an emergency relief team to clear the stagnation.
While the forecast of the IMD for the state remains unchanged, light to moderate rainfall is likely to occur at isolated places over the state. The city on Friday is likely to witness a cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers with maximum and minimum temperatures likely to be around 34$ba and 24$ba C respectively....