Hyderabad: With Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Telangana, several parts of the city have been recording moderate rainfall for the last five days.
After humid weather conditions which prevailed for over two weeks, city has been receiving moderate rainfall almost every day. Even the day temperatures which hovered around 35 degree Celsius have dipped to 30 degree Celsius.
On Monday, some parts of the city registered light to moderate rainfall with Pashamylaram receiving a highest of 21.8 mm, followed by Secunderabad (7.8 mm), Patancheru (5 mm) and Golconda (2.3 mm).
During the last 24 hours, Kukatpally has recorded the highest rainfall of 27 mm among all parts of the city while the average rainfall was 16.8 mm. The weather forecast for Hyderabad indicated there would be cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thunderstorms in the next three days.
A report from Telangana State Development Planning Society said that associated cyclonic circulation extends up to mid tropospheric level and it is expected to become more marked. Under its influence, rainfall distribution and intensity is expected to increase over the State for next three days.
On Sunday, several districts reported heavy to very rainfall with Valigonda in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri receiving the highest of 145.1 mm. Meanwhile, a weather warning from the Meteorological Department indicated heavy rain very likely to occur at isolated places in the districts over the next three days.