IMD issues Orange Alert, predicts heavy rain in Mumbai-Hyderabad

The situation in Hyderabad has become frightening due to rain. Roads in Hyderabad are flooded with water. When the hospital was flooded, cars were seen flowing on the streets.

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New Delhi: The storm that hit the Bay of Bengal hit the shores on Tuesday. Due to this storm, many states of South India are receiving heavy rains with strong winds. Several areas, including Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana, are receiving continuous rains.

The situation in Hyderabad has become frightening due to rain. Roads in Hyderabad are flooded with water. When the hospital was flooded, cars were seen flowing on the streets. The fields are flooded due to which the crops have suffered a lot. Rescue and relief operations are continuing.

High alert in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana:

In view of heavy rains in many areas of Telangana, an alert has been issued by the Chief Minister. State Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar informed that an alert has been issued to the administration of all the districts. In many areas of Hyderabad, rainfall up to 20 cm has been recorded in the last 24 hours.

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Changes in weather of North Coastal Andhra Pradesh:

The Chief Secretary of Andhra also wrote a letter to senior officials of the affected districts and asked them to be on high alert. He said that due to rain in low-lying areas, heavy water logging and flooding conditions can occur. Trees may fall and lightning may be affected. He has asked for special monitoring of small bridges.

The Meteorological Department of India (IMD) has said that the weather has changed in northern coastal Andhra Pradesh, Telangana. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in many areas of Telangana.

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According to the latest estimates of the Meteorological Department, torrential rains are expected in many states of the country on the next two days i.e. 14 and 15 October. Due to this system, before reaching the Arabian Sea, due to this, there will be rain in the southern areas of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, South Chhattisgarh, South Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.

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