HYDERABAD: There’s some respite in sight for residents of North Telangana with IMD downgrading the purple alert to orange from Sunday morning. With this, districts of Adilabad, Asifabad, Mancherial, Nirmal and Nizamabad might be in orange alert zone, whereas the remainder in yellow alert.
“Heavy to very heavy rainfall is anticipated solely in a single or two locations within the north, northeast and northwest districts of Telangana. The purple warning will stay until Sunday morning,” stated Okay Nagaratna, IMD Hyderabad chief.
Nevertheless, northern and japanese districts of Telangana confronted nature’s fury on intervening nights of Friday and Saturday, with highest rainfall recorded in Navipet in Nizamabad, the place 234mm rain was seen adopted by Mudhole in Nirmal with 203.3mm and Bheemgal in Nizamabad with 163mm of rain. The district by itself clocked a cumulative common rainfall of 115.6mm, the best within the state, adopted by Warangal (Rural) with 71.1mm common rainfall and Jayshankar Bhupalpally with 70.6mm. On Saturday, the temperature dropped by -7.5 levels Celsius, with the best recorded at 24 levels Celsius. The bottom temperature recorded is at 21 levels Celsius in Hyderabad, second coldest within the state.