The city was met by short, strong rains that came and went on thursday afternoon. Before the rain started, there was a minor rise in the humidity in the morning air and a cloudy sky. According to the meteorological authority, the city will get light, sporadic rainfall until june 17.

There were 20 to 30 minutes of scattered rainfall on thursday afternoon in several places, including Malakpet, charminar, Chandrayanagutta, saidabad, Lb Nagar, Gurrumguda, BN Reddy, Koti, Abids, Nampally, Amberpet, and Secunderabad. Based on statistics from the telangana Development Planning Society (TGDPS), saidabad had 41 mm of rainfall, while charminar recorded 39.5 mm.

IMD reports that the city's highest temperature on thursday was 33.7 degrees Celsius, 1 degree higher than the day before.
Several districts in telangana, including Suryapet, khammam, Rangareddy, Sangareddy, Medak, Jangaon, Warangal, and Hanmakonda, have recorded sporadic and isolated showers.
With 74.5 mm of rain, Ibrahimpatnam in Rangareddy had the most, followed by Konijerla in khammam with 58.8 mm. The indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted that rainfall activity will be muted from june 14 to june 17, with less precipitation expected generally throughout telangana, including Hyderabad.

The "monsoon break spell," which is usual for this time of year and is marked by occasional thunderstorms that are dispersed in nature and frequently unpredictable in their distribution, is what meteorologists call these weather patterns.
Experts in meteorology say that considerable widespread rainfall is unlikely until june 17 if a Low-Pressure Area (LPA) does not form.
The monsoon currents' onward motion is to blame for Hyderabad's decreased rainfall. Compared to last week, there will be less rain this week. Temperatures like those in May are unlikely to happen because of the monsoon currents' high moisture content, according to scientist Dr. A. Shravani of IMD-Hyderabad.

Even while it's not anticipated that the rain will stop entirely at this time, during the following four days, gloomy skies, gusty winds, and intermittent showers are predicted, providing some reprieve despite a minor rise in heat and humidity.


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