The current spell of heavy rain will continue in Hyderabad and over parts of Telangana till Thursday, according to Indian Meteorological Department (IMD.
With heavy rains lashing the State for the last few days, the demand for power has been reduced in the State.
In the Greater Hyderabad region which received intermittent rains across the day, the highest recorded was 11.8mm at Ramachandrapuram.
Meanwhile, Hyde-rabad received only 0.1 mm rainfall and Adilabad district, on the whole, received 2 cm rainfall till Sunday morning, as per the IMD.
Under the Ministry of Jal Shakti’s Repair Renovation and Restoration (RRR) scheme for water bodies, 164 out of the 575 water bodies that were selected in Telangana have been revived as of March, 2019.
The cumulative rainfall in Telangana from the start of this monsoon season has been 114.6 mm against the normal of 175 mm.
The southwest monsoon has finally arrived in Telangana, according to IMD, Hyderabad, 15 days after the scheduled date.
A day before inauguration of the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Scheme, Peddapalli experienced very heavy rainfall of 148.5 millimeters.
On Friday the highest temperature recorded in the State was 45.2 degree Celsius in Manchippa village in Nizamabad district.
City traffic was thrown out of gear in the evening with many main roads inundated. A big tree was uprooted near Sai Siddhartha High school, Dammaiguda.
The India Meteorological Department in its forecast said that light to moderate rains or thundershowers will occur at isolated places across Telangana on Sunday and Monday.
On Thursday, the minimum temperatures were recorded 3-7 degree Celsius below normal across the state.