Hyderabad: The city got another round of pre-storm thundershowers on Friday.
Direct to overwhelming precipitation was recorded in Medchal, Nampally, Red Hills, Lakdi-ka-pul and Begumpet. The climate office has ascribed this shower to a passing rainstorm and not the landing of south-west storms.
Overwhelming pre-storm rains that begun in Hyderabad a week ago are a much needed reprieve from the severe warmth.
The showers are because of the low-weight territory that has created over west-focal Bay of Bengal, off the Andhra and Odisha drift. With this, muggy winds have been blowing over Hyderabad, which is prompting the arrangement of convective mists over the city lastly prompting downpours.
Great measure of downpours and thundershowers are anticipated over Telangana including Hyderabad till June 11.
Night temperatures have plunged impressively and are drifting around 20°C.
Refresh on south-west storm:
South-west storm has additionally progressed into some more parts of Konkan, inside Karnataka, Rayalaseema and beach front Andhra Pradesh.
The south-west rainstorm is relied upon to further cover Rayalaseema and seaside Andhra Pradesh amid the following 2-3 days.
Cautioning for TS on June 10:
High probability of overwhelming precipitation at segregated places in every one of the regions of Telangana.