Red alert for next two days, moderate risk of flash flooding in low-lying areas of Telangana

Thunderstorm accompanied with Lightning and Gusty winds (40-50 kmph) very likely to occur over Telangana

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HYDERABAD: The Indian Metrological Department (IMD) issued a 'Red Alert' in Telangana for the next two days on Wednesday. According to IMD, a few parts of Telangana are going to get heavy to very heavy to extremely heavy rains.

Heavy to very heavy rain, including extremely heavy rain, is expected in isolated areas of Karimnagar, Peddapally, Khammam Nalgonda, Suryapet Mahbubabad, and Warangal districts. Heavy to very heavy rain is very likely in isolated parts of Nirmal.

Heavy to extremely heavy rain is likely to occur in isolated parts of Telangana's districts of Khammam, Nalgonda, Suryapet, Mahabubabad, Janagaon, Siddipet, Yadadri, and Bhuvanagiri drom 8:30 a.m. on July 26 to 8:30 a.m. on July 27, 2023.

Heavy to very heavy rain is expected in Nizamabad, Bhadradri Kothagudem, Warangal, and Hanamkonda and heavy to very heavy rain in Nirmal district. Thunderstorm accompanied with Lightning and Gusty winds (40-50 kmph) very likely to occur over Telangana.

According to IMD, there is also a light to moderate risk of Flash Flood Risk (FFR) until 5:30 p.m. on July 26, 2023.

Surface runoff/inundation may occur at some fully saturated soils and low-lying areas over AoC in Telangana's Peddapally Jayashankar Bhupalpalle, Mulugu, Nizamabad, Kamareddy, Vikarabad, Jagitial, Kamareddy, Medak, Jogulamba Gadwal, Wanaparty, Mahabuba Nagar, Narayanpet Districts due to expected rainfall in the next 24 hours.

Rainfall in GHMC from 8:30am from July 25 upto 8am on July 26

The Mehdipatnam circle received the most rain (4.3 cm), followed by the Karwan circle (3.7cm), and Alwal circle (3.1cm).

The GHMC received 235 complaints of stagnation, of which 202 were resolved and 33 are still being processed. They also got 27 complaints about tree falls, of which 27 were resolved.

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