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Hyderabad records 191.8mm rainfall, Record breaking washout since October 1903

Hyderabad records 191.8mm rainfall, Record breaking washout since October 1903

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has cautioned of exceptionally hefty to amazingly substantial precipitation over Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, portions of south Konkan, Goa, and north inside Karnataka during the following six hours of Wednesday.

This framework, while it was over Telangana on Tuesday, unleashed devastation with numerous stations detailing exceptionally substantial downpour prompting street terminations, tree felling, and extreme immersion of streets. The 24-hour precipitation finishing Wednesday at 8.30 am at Hyderabad was 191.8mm. This is the most elevated October precipitation revealed in Telangana's capital since 1903.


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IMD, in its most recent climate update, gave on Wednesday morning, said a downturn lay around 80 km north of Gulbarga in north Karnataka which was quickly moving towards Maharashtra.

"The downturn is giving a few indications of debilitating and it will additionally debilitate into an all-around stamped low weight during the forthcoming 12 hours. Nonetheless, there will be hefty to amazingly weighty downpour over Madhya Maharashtra, south Konkan, and Goa, Karnataka, and Telangana on Wednesday," said Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, Director General, IMD.

IMD authorities have said that this low weight framework will move along the west-northwest course towards north Konkan. As the framework navigates along with Maharashtra on October 14 and 15, the Met office has to gauge solid breezes with speeds going between 30 to 40 km/hr blasting to 50 km/hr during the following six to 12 hours over Maharashtra.

IMD has anticipated a solid chance of avalanches in ghat territories of Madhya Maharashtra, the immersion of low lying zones, traffic growls, and overflowed streets on Wednesday and Thursday.

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