Hyderabad: Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states will receive rains for another four days, said Met officials on Wednesday. Several low-lying areas in Hyderabad city have been inundated due to incessant rain that had lashed the city from the early hours of Wednesday.
So far, 6cm of rainfall was registered in Amberpet and surrounding areas while 5cm of rain was recorded in the parts of Bandlaguda, LB Nagar, Narayanaguda. And Musheerabad, Balanagar, Moulali, Ramachandrapuram received 2cm of rain, said officials.
As a result of low-pressure formed over the Bay of Bengal, the winds continued to blow from Chattisgarh to South Tamil Nadu and parts of Telangana.
Rains will continue in parts of Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra regions for the next four days. The IMD officials said that Andhra Pradesh would receive rains coupled with thunderstorms and lightning due to formation of cumulonimbus clouds.
For the past 24 hours, 5cm of rainfall recorded in Koyyalagudem, Yerragondapalem and Velurupadu mandals.
Four centimeters rain in Markapuram, Polavaram, Vepada, Therlam and Bapatla. Two centimeters of rain was recorded in Narsipatnam, Vizianagaram, Vijayawada, Prakasam barrage. Piduguralla, Kunavaram and Kuppam.