Thundershowers likely in coastal AP, Seema

Thundershowers likely in coastal AP, Seema
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As an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Chhattisgarh and its neighbourhood and the trough from Chhattisgarh to south Tamil Nadu across Telangana and south coastal AP is persists, thunderstorms with squall are likely to occur for two more days on June 2 and 3 in the coastal and Rayalaseema districts, the Met office warned on Wednesday.  

Hyderabad: As an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Chhattisgarh and its neighbourhood and the trough from Chhattisgarh to south Tamil Nadu across Telangana and south coastal AP is persists, thunderstorms with squall are likely to occur for two more days on June 2 and 3 in the coastal and Rayalaseema districts, the Met office warned on Wednesday.

The forecast said light to moderate rain/thundershowers are likely to occur at a few places in the coastal districts and Rayalaseema from June 2 to 5. The Met office said that during the last 24 hours ending at 8.30 am on Wednesday, rain occurred at isolated places in the coastal districts and Rayalaseema.

The chief amounts of rainfall (in cm) were: Cumbum, Addanki, Proddutur, Pattikonda, Singanamala and Bathalapalle 2 each. There was one cm rain each in Bestavaripeta, Seetharamapuram, Kandukur, Tadimarri, Anantapur, Chapad, Porumamilla, Uravakonda, ChinnaKothapalle and Kondapuram.

With rain lashing the two regions, there was a marked fall in the day temperatures at one or two places in coastal AP but no large change in Rayalaseema. The temperatures were appreciably above normal at one or two places in the coastal districts and normal in Rayalaseema.

The highest maximum temperature of 44 degrees Celsius was recorded in Jangamaheswarapuram. The recordings of maximum temperatures elsewhere in the State were: Machilipatnam, Nandigama, Vijayawada 42 each, Kavali, , Nellore, Tuni, Nandyal 41 each, Kurnool 40, Kakinada, Narsapur, Visakhapatnam Airport, Anantapur, Kadapa 39 each, Bapatla 38, Kalingapatnam and Visakhapatnam 36 each.

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