Hyderabad was hit by a tremendous downpour and thunderstorms on Thursday, which resulted in extensive flooding and inconvenience in several neighborhoods. As they struggled with the disorderly aftermath of the downpour, residents dealt with flooded streets and homes. The telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS) reported that secunderabad saw the most rainfall, with an astounding 116.5 mm by 6 p.m. Amberpet received 84.5 mm starting at 3 pm, with nampally receiving 83 mm in close second.

In addition, most city areas received more than 30 mm of rainfall.
Even though there was some cloud cover in the morning, the temperature gradually rose and the day quickly returned to its typical summer state.
The extreme heat reached its climax around midday, and many people gave up on finding any relief. However, the rain stopped right away at 1 pm, even if parts of the outskirts still got a good soaking.
A few hours later, the rain started to fall in certain areas and quickly covered the whole city and surrounding areas. Rainfall in telangana ranged from 40 to 50 mm in districts like Nagarkurnool, Medchal-Malkajgiri, Medchal, Siddipet, Medak, Vikarabad, Kamareddy, Sircilla, Rangareddy, Karimnagar, Sangareddy, yadadri Bhongir, and others.

Hyderabad saw a high temperature of 35.6 degrees Celsius on Thursday. Over the following four days, the indian Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasts modest rains in the city, providing a break from the extreme heat.
Forecasts for further rain have raised worries for the Sunrisers hyderabad game against the gujarat Tigers at the rajiv gandhi International cricket Stadium in Uppal.

Heavy rains likely for 4 days
The State is under a yellow notice from the IMD for the next four days, indicating the possibility of heavy rain. IMD also urges people to exercise caution when it rains, warning them not to seek cover beneath trees as this might be dangerous and to avoid electric poles and wires.

Waterlogged roads affect motorists' hard
Thursday's torrential rains had an impact on several parts of Old City. Numerous locations, including Yakutpura Bada Bazar, Dabeerpura, Malakpet, Rajendranagar, Aramgarh, Bandlaguda, Al Jubail Colony, and Tallabkatta, reported experiencing severe waterlogging on their roadways.
Road waterlogging caused issues for drivers when their cars broke down. There were reports of tree-falling occurrences in several regions during the widespread power outage.

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