Hyderabad: Heavy rains have whipped the state ‘s life out of control in some districts over the last 24 hours, but they have also brought positive news for farmers across the state with significant inflows of water bodies in most districts.
The Indian Meteorological Department issued an Orange Warning, recording the maximum rainfall of 12 cm each in Khanapur, Warangal Rural District and Bheemini, Mancherial District, until Wednesday morning.
Nevertheless, the highest rainfall of 19.4 cm was recorded in Annasagar district of Sangareddy by the Telangana State Development Planning Society, which is affiliated with the State Planning Department.
“A short interval is anticipated on Thursday and also part of Friday, followed by another period of heavy rain until Sunday morning,” the IMD officials said.
During the period from 1 June to 15 July, the State received accumulated rainfall of 31,86 cm compared to normal rainfall of 23,66 cm, a rise of 35%. (INN)