Hyderabad: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) announced on Friday that a low pressure lies over the northwestern Bay of Bengal, and as a result, the upper air circulation has expanded to the mid-troposphere levels and the low pressure is likely to occur over the next 24 hours. moving in a westerly and northwesterly direction.
Dr K Nagaratna, director of IMD, told ANI: “Due to the low pressure, the state of Telangana is likely to have light to moderate rainfall over several places over the next three to four days, and further, one or two places are likely to experiencing heavy rainfall ”.
She further mentioned that a ‘yellow’ warning has been issued for the western and north-western districts of Telangana for today. As rain is likely to increase over the next two days, an ‘orange’ warning has been issued for several districts of the state.
“The next two days rainfall could become strong in Telangana. Tomorrow there will probably be a few showers in the North and Northeast districts. And on the day after, that is on Sunday, the intensity of the rainfall may increase further. An orange warning has been announced for the next two days across the various districts of Telangana, ‘she added.
She also mentioned that the monsoon is likely to be very normal in the state of Telangana.
Source: The Siasat Daily