Moderate rains likely in Telangana

Moderate rains likely in Telangana
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Wednesdays wellmarked lowpressure area over the east MP and adjoining north Chhattisgarh weakened as a lowpressure area on Thursday morning and lies over central parts of north MP and its neighbourhood, the Met department said

Hyderabad: Wednesday’s well-marked low-pressure area over the east MP and adjoining north Chhattisgarh weakened as a low-pressure area on Thursday morning and lies over central parts of north MP and its neighbourhood, the Met department said.

According to the bulletin, the associated cyclonic circulation extends up to 4.5 km above the mean sea level. A cyclonic circulation lies over the west-central Bay of Bengal and adjoining south coastal Andhra Pradesh at 7.6 km above the mean sea level. A fresh low-pressure area is likely to form over the north-west Bay and its neighbourhood around August 13, said the Met department on Thursday.

These developments are likely to yield light to moderate rain or thundershowers very likely to occur at a few places in the State from August 10 to 13. No large change during the period August 14-16 is the weather outlook. Meanwhile, the Southwest Monsoon continued to be normal in Telangana during the last 24 hours.

Rain occurred at a few places in Mahbubabad, Bhadradri-Kothagudem, Khammam and Kamareddy districts. The chief amounts of rainfall (in cm) were: Mahbubabad 5, Julurpad (Kothagudem) 4, Garla, Bayyaram (both in Mahbubabad), Enkuru (Khammam), Jukkal (Kamareddy), Yellandu, Mulakalapalle, Chandrugonda (all in Kothagudem) 3 each.

There was 2 cm each in Khammam Urban, Gudur, Bhiknur, Konijerla, Kothagudem, Dornakal and 1 cm each in, Khanapur, Thollada, Mustabad, Pitlam, Tekulapalle, Kusumanchi, Sathupalle, Medak, Varni, Madnur, Yellareddy, Tadwai, Gambhiraopet, Hakimpet IAF station, Venkatapuram, Parvathagiri, Machareddy, Domakonda.

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