According to India Meteorological Department (IMD), heavy rain is likely to occur at isolated places in Khammam, Nalgonda, Suryapet, Mahbubnagar, Nagarkurnool on Thursday and Friday.
A few places in Kumuram Bheem-Asifabad, Jagtial, Nizamabad, Siddipet, Medak, Rangareddy, Mahabubnagar, Nagarkurnool, Suryapet and Hyderabad districts have registered heavy rainfall.
The forecast issued by India Meteorological Department predicts heavy rainfall will continue for the next two days across the State, including in Hyderabad.
The Pollution Control Board said the gush of stormwater restored the lake’s condition to normal after Ganesh idol immersions.
Providing relief to people from the humid weather, various parts of Telangana received light to moderate rains on Monday.
With the southwest monsoon being benevolent throughout the month, followed by the effect of Cyclone Gulab, Telangana received more than twice the normal rainfall this September.
The rise in water levels began after floodgates of Himayatsagar and Osmansagar reservoirs were opened, following heavy rains in the State.
Sangareddy Agriculture Officer B Narsimha Rao said that about 20,000 hectares of cotton had been reported damaged in the district so far.
In Hyderabad, evening traffic was held up nearly everywhere, with water surging onto the roads from overflowing drains.
On Sunday, many parts of Telangana received moderate rainfall.
When Express visited the colony, most of the houses were in the midst of water.
Chilipched in Medak received the highest rainfall of 141 mm on Tuesday while the highest rainfall in GHMC areas was recorded in Bahadurpura with a precipitation of 42.3 mm on Monday.
Referring to the recent rains, he said that it was estimated that the rains damaged 6.5 lakh acres of crop in Telangana.
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While the Kotha Cheruvu in Sircilla town was overflowing, an under-construction bridge on Moolavagu in Vemulawada collapsed in the floods.