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3-hour downpour leaves Hyderabad reeling, more in store | Hyderabad News – Times of India

HYDERABAD: The city received heavy downpour on Friday morning with some areas, including Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills receiving extremely heavy rains measuring 70.3mm and 67.3mm respectively.
This intense downpour which began around 1am slowed down after 3am, covering the entire city. Other areas, including Asifnagar, Nampally, Shaikpet, Khairabad, and Malakjgiri, also received more than 50mm of rainfall in the brief period.
The day that followed remained overcast, with a noticeable drop in the maximum temperature, providing some respite from the heat.
The morning rain minimised disruptions, but the Disaster Relief Force (DRF) teams received around 35 complaints during the rainfall. Most of these complaints were related to waterlogging, affecting 29 areas, including Gudimalkapur, RTC X roads, Attapur, Madhapur and Hafeezpet. Additionally, there were reports of three tree falls at KBR Park, Raj Bhavan road, and Masab Tank. In the morning hours, motorists faced challenges due to silt and slush on the roads.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) announced that the southwest monsoon was vigorous over Telangana and issued a yellow alert for Adilabad, Nirmal, Nizamabad, Kamareddy, Sircilla, Karimnagar, Peddapalli, Mancherial, Jagtial, Asifabad, and others.
While Hyderabad was not under alert, it could still experience sudden downpours in the evening hours on Saturday, along with overcast weather, the IMD officials said.

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