Disaster Response Force (DRF) crews were sent out to clear standing water and remove fallen trees on monday evening after heavy rains left numerous city roadways flooded. The ghmc Static Teams were also hard at work clearing the water stagnation in front of Aditya Hospital in Uppal. The worst hit places were Upparpally, Shivaramplly, and the surrounding areas. Several HMWSSB and sanitation personnel were also observed to be cleaning the water. For GHMC-DRF support, citizens can call 040-21111111 or 9000113667.

Hyderabad saw torrential rains and thunderstorms on monday, flooding some low-lying districts with water after a brief monsoon respite and a week of increasing temperatures with sporadic showers. However, the intense rains brought much-needed respite from the oppressive heat throughout the day, which was accompanied by greater humidity levels—90% on Monday.

The india Meteorological Department – hyderabad (IMD-H) reports that the city's maximum temperature was 35.9 degrees Celsius and its lowest temperature was 26.1 degrees Celsius.
Although meteorologists confirm that the rainy season has finished, torrential downpours are not expected to continue. Rainfall is yet anticipated to occur more often than it did the week before. High temperatures and humidity are predicted over the next three days, with sporadic, strong thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening.

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