IMD predicts hailstorms for two more days

Before the citizens of Hyderabad recovered from the damages that occurred due to the hailstorm on Tuesday night, Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted that it may return for two more days.

Hyderabad:  The heavy rain and hailstorm that led to power cuts and falling of trees in Hyderabad on Tuesday night though gave respite to citizens from the heat, equally created problems.

Meanwhile, the Indian  Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted hailstorms for two more days in the city.

According to reports, Hyderabad recorded a maximum of 36.2 degree Celsius on Wednesday, which is the lowest temperature in last few weeks.

The Telangana State which faced huge losses due to the hail storm is said to be under thunderstorm warning for the next 24 hours and it is likely to remain so for the next few days.

The rainfall in Hyderabad on Tuesday was 96 mm according to reports. Due to the wind and heavy rainfall 290 trees was uprooted, water stagnated at 56 places and nearly 32 electric poles were damaged in the GHMC limits.

Power cut affected Rangareddy North circle including Kukatpally, Medchal and Gachibowli, Banjara Hills and Green Lands. There are many places like Mytrivanam, Dwarakapuri Colony where power has not been restored on Wednesday afternoon too. Many areas faced power cut for more than 24 hours.

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