Despite it being an El Nino year, hyderabad had 'extra' cumulative rainfall as the southwest monsoon season came to an end on Saturday. A 25% difference in rainfall was noted. hyderabad recorded cumulative rainfall of 769.5 mm during the southwest monsoon season of this year, above the average rainfall of 615.4 mm. While there was 'extra' rainfall across the city, several locations just received typical amounts. Shaikpet, Maredpally, Charminar, Asifnagar, Nampally, Khairatabad, Secunderabad, and Tirumalgiri were among the hyderabad mandals that recorded rainfall variances that were more than the city's normal.
'Normal' rainfall was seen over the whole state during the current monsoon season. Adilabad, Nirmal, Nizamabad, Jagtial, Peddapalli, Warangal, and hyderabad were among the districts that saw 'extra' rainfall, as were Nirmal, Nizamabad, Nizamabad, hyderabad, and Nirmal. telangana saw a 17 percent variation from the usual rainfall of 738.6 mm with an average total rainfall of 861.1 mm.

'Below-average' cumulative rainfall has been reported for the whole nation, with 820 mm as opposed to the long-period average of 868.6 mm. However, according to the india Meteorological Department, beneficial variables, particularly the indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) and Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO), helped to offset some of the deficit brought on by El Nio conditions and supplied "near-normal" precipitation. 'Normal' and 'above-normal' rainfall during the monsoon season have been experienced by india for four years prior to 2023.

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