Rains to wreak havoc in Telangana for the coming 2 days
Rains to wreak havoc in Telangana for the coming 2 days

Heavy rains continue to wet Southern India. Rains are deluging several states across the country especially Southern India. Maximum levels of flood danger were announced in at least two places. Many people are struggling with this problem. A surface periodicity of 5.8 km to 7.6 km has recently been formed in the vicinity of the northeastern Bay of Bengal. A low-pressure area is likely to get formed in the northern Bay of Bengal on Wednesday morning. The Hyderabad Meteorological Department has forecast that it will strengthen further and head west in the next 24 hours.

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Due to this reason, there is a possibility of heavy rains in many parts of the state of Telangana. The state is likely to receive light to moderate rains for 48 hours from today. The low-pressure area weakened on Tuesday morning in present-day northeastern Madhya Pradesh, its adjoining northern Chhattisgarh and southeastern Uttar Pradesh. However, in addition, it revealed that the surface periodicity continues up to an altitude of 5.8 km.

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Due to the heavy rains that are occurring across the state, many projects have already been dropped. The flood calm continues for the Nagarjunasagar project. The full water level is 590.00 feet and the current water level is 570.60 feet. Also, the projected inflow was 71,651 cusecs and the outflow was 4,010 cusecs. On the other hand, the Godavari river was also flooded. The Godavari is heading fast crossing the level at Bhadrachalam.

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