A spell of pre-monsoon showers lashed various parts of the city on Thursday. A view from near KBR Park. Photo: Anand Dharmana
Hyderabad: With monsoon round the corner, city along with other parts of the State has been receiving pre-monsoon showers in the form of light to moderate rainfall.
On Thursday, parts of the city received light rainfall in the evening hours. Till 7 pm, Secunderabad received a rainfall of 11.8 mm, followed by Khairatabad (7.3 mm), Ameerpet (6.8 mm) and Begumpet (5.5 mm), according to Telangana State Development Planning Society.
The forecast with Regional Meteorological Centre shows that there would be cloudy sky with light rain in city in the next four days. Given cloudy weather conditions, day temperature on Thursday plummeted to 35.4 degree Celsius, which is two degree Celsius below normal.
In State, districts including Bhadradri-Kothagudem, Karimnagar, Yadadri-Bhuvanagiri, Nizamabad and Jagtial have received rainfall. On the previous day, highest rainfall of 28 mm was recorded at Dammapeta in Bhadradri-Kothagudem.
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