Strong thunderstorms and heavy rains hit hyderabad on Sunday, producing traffic jams and waterlogging that made commuters' evenings uncomfortable. Most parts of the city had rapid, sporadic, severe rainstorms, with the central and southern portions being most hard hit.

Areas affected by the intense storms included charminar, Malakpet, Mehdipatnam, Bahadurpura, Asifnagar, nampally, LB Nagar, Saidabad, Amberpet, Dilsukhnagar, Rajendranagar, Golconda, Gachibowli and Khairtabad. According to the data by telangana State Development and Planning Society (TGDPS) at 6 pm, charminar recorded rainfall at 70.3 mm, followed by Asifnagar at 69.3 mm, and nampally at 68.5 mm.

The city experienced extremely humid heat with a maximum temperature of 33.2 degrees Celsius and a low temperature of 24.6 degrees Celsius despite the heavy rains. It had a relative humidity of 66%.
According to TGDPS, even though the city saw below-average rainfall during the last week, it is still considered to have had surplus rainfall for June. The india Meteorological Department in hyderabad has projected scattered mild to moderate rainfall until june 26.

It is predicted that the temperature will remain in the range of 32 to 33 degrees Celsius till june 26. While several districts in telangana had moderate rainfall, others, including Kumaram bheem Asifabad, Rangareddy, Karimnagar, Siddipet, Adilabad, Mancherial, and Nirmal, also saw significant downpours. Rainfall was reported at 60.8 mm in Kasipet, Mancherial, and 54.5 mm in Lingapur, Kumaram bheem Asifabad.
All other districts in telangana, with the exception of Kumaram bheem Asifabad, Peddapalli, and Mancherial, fall within the usual excess or above excess rainfall category. According to meteorologists, telangana, including hyderabad, will have heavier, more widespread rainfall after june 26.

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