Massive Rain Alert: Indication Of Heavy To Very Heavy Rains In The State On Sept4 

Massive Rain Alert: Indication Of Heavy To Very Heavy Rains In The State On Sept4 

Hyderabad, Sept 3 (Hydnow): Telugu States are once again flooded with rain.  There is a gap and more rain is falling.  It is a situation where the people are panicking with the rains that are falling for hours as if the sky is cracked.  

The Department of Meteorology has said in a statement that there is the possibility of low pressure forming in the North Bay of Bengal on Sunday and Monday.  Officials said that there are indications of heavy to very heavy rains in Telangana on Monday.  However, a period is already concentrated in North East Bay of Bengal areas.  It is known that the Meteorological Department announced on Saturday that a trough is continuing from Vidarbha to inner Karnataka.  

An orange alert has been declared in the districts of Adilabad, Asifabad, Manchiryala Nirmal, Nizamabad, Jagtyala, Sirisilla, Jangaon, and Siddipet.  However, the officials said that there will be heavy rains in other districts.  Meanwhile, on Saturday, 5.5 cm was recorded in Bejjur of Kumaram Bheem Asifabad district, 5.4 cm in Beeravelli of Sarangapur mandal of Nirmal district, 4.8 cm in Dhanwada of Narayanapet and 4.3 cm in Vanalpahad of Bhainsa mandal of Nirmal district.  It is known that it rained.  However, heavy rains are likely to occur across Telangana on Monday and Tuesday.   Weather experts said that it will rain in Telugu states for another three days.  However, on Monday, the government administration was alerted by the Meteorological department’s forecast that heavy rains will fall in Telangana.


The Meteorological Department is predicting that there may be heavy thunder and lightning, especially in south Telangana.  The Meteorological Department has said that the people of Telugu states should be very careful on Monday and Tuesday.  Meanwhile, the Indian Meteorological Department has stated in the bulletin that it will rain for the next 5 days across the country.  (Hydnow) 

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