Normal life continued to be impacted in some elements of Hyderabad on Wednesday because of incessant rains in Telangana through the previous few days.
Several localities in Hyderabad acquired average to gentle rains, the Telangana State Development Planning Society stated, citing rainfall knowledge upto 8 Am on Wednesday.
The reservoirs at Himayath Sagar and Osman Sagar within the metropolis had been near the FTL (Full Tank Level) at 11 AM on Wednesday.
The Musi river which flows in Hyderabad was flooded within the wake of heavy rain within the catchment areas over the last couple of days.
The bridges at Moosarambagh and Chaderghat have been closed in view of heavy influx within the river.
Residential areas comparable to LB Nagar and Malakpet confronted water logging, inflicting inconvenience to individuals.
In its climate forecast and warnings, the Met Center of IMD stated heavy rain could be very more likely to happen at remoted locations in Bhadradri-Kothagudem Khammam, Nalgonda and different districts from 1300 hours on Wednesday to 0830 hours on July 28.
It stated gentle to average rain or thundershowers are very more likely to happen at many locations over Telangana from 1300 hours in the present day to 0830 hours on July 28.
Following heavy rainfall in some elements of the state and within the wake of forecast of extra downpour, Telangana Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar on Tuesday held a video convention with district collectors and senior officers and requested them to be on alert.
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