Orange, red alert for next two days in Hyderabad

Moderate to heavy rain is anticipated for the city and surrounding areas, with strong gusts possible

Orange, red alert for next two days in Hyderabad

HYDERABAD: Moderate to heavy rain is anticipated to fall across Hyderabad until Tuesday evening. The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) requested everyone to stay indoors unless absolutely necessary.

The Indian Metrological Department (IMD) has issued an 'Orange Alert' for July 25 and 'Red Alert' for July 26, 2023 across Hyderabad. Moderate to heavy rain is anticipated for the city and surrounding areas, with strong gusts possible. Surface winds of 10-14 kmph are most likely.

Rainfall ranging from moderate to torrential Strong spells are quite likely to occur in the city on July 26, 2023.Surface winds would be Westerly North-Westerly with gusts of 10-14 kmph.

The city's continued heavy rains could lead to water pooling on roads and low-lying areas in many places, as well as traffic congestion in most places. Citizens can seek DRF assistance by dialling 9000113667.

Rainfall in GHMC from 8:30 a.m. on July 24 to 8 p.m. on July 25

The Malakpet circle received the most rain (7.8cm), followed by Rajendranagar circle (7.8cm), and LB nagar circle South Hasthinapuram comm hall (7.3cm).The GHMC received 267 complaints of stagnation, of which 177 were resolved and 99 are still being processed.They also got 12 complaints about tree falls, of which 12 were resolved.

Highest rainfall locations: (Moderate Rain)

  • Malakpet circle- sardarmahal zonal office--7.8cm
  • Rajendranagar circle-- Sivarampallly-- 7.8cm
  • LB nagar circle- South hasthinapuram comm hall-- 7.3cm
  • Hayathnagar circle- Hayathnagar-- 7.1cm
  • Chandanagar circle- JPN nagar comm hall miyapur-- 7.1cm
  • Malakpet circle- malakpet millath comm hall -- 7.1cm
  • Karwan circle- Golkonda tasil office langerhouse-- 7.1cm

GHMC received 267 complaints of stagnation

  • No. of inundation areas: Nil
  • Inundated locations: Nil
  • Human loss ( casualty): Nil
  • Major incidents: Nil
  • No. of wall collapsed - 2 No.
  • No. of relocation camps / No. of people relocated : Nil
  • No of grievances received Stagnation ) : 267
  • Disposed (Nos) : 177
  • Under Progress(Stagnation) :99
  • No of grievances received (Tree falls) : 12
  • Disposed (Nos) :12
  • Under Progress(Tree falls) :0

All gates of Hussain Sagar gates opened due to heavy rains

With massive inflows continuing, authorities opened all of the gates of the Himayat Sagar reservoir here on Tuesday to let water flow into the Musi River.

The authorities cautioned locals in low-lying areas to be on alert since the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted heavy rainfall for the next two days.

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