The monsoon on AP and TS this year will see extreme rainfall events, just like last year. This means that the two states, instead of receiving their average rainfall spread over four months from June to September can expect to get half the quantity in just one month.
There was heavy rainfall in September, and heavy to very heavy rainfall for a short duration on a few days. This change in pattern is due to climate change and affects the economy of the state, weather experts said.
Hyderabad and other places in Telangana received heavy rainfall accompanied by squall late on Tuesday night and early on Wednesday, throwing normal life out of gear in the state capital.
Chevella, neighbouring Hyderabad, and Khammam received as high as seven cm of rainfall each, while parts of Hyderabad city got six cm of rain, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
In 2016, September rains destroyed crops worth crores. Many areas were inundated in Hyderabad along with several places in the two states.
A few regions in Telangana state and Rayalseema will witness direct to huge rainfall on Wednesday, while coastal AP will be lashed by huge rainfall on August 9 and 10, the climate authority has expressed. heavy rainfall happened in AP and TS on Tuesday as the weak monsoon streams picked once more.
The IMD alert for TS said huge rain was probably going to happen at confined places in Adilabad, Nirmal, Komurambheem, Nizamabad, Jagtial, Peddapalli, Macheryal, Jayashankar Bhupalpally, Warangal Rural and Urban, Mahbubabad, Bhadradri, Kotha-gudem, Khammam, Suryapet and Nalgonda areas. Hyderabad will witness for the most part cloudy skies with maybe a couple spells of rain or thunderstrom expected on Wednesday.