Heavy rain in Hyderabad

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Hyderabad was greeted with inundated streets on Tuesday night as heavy rains and hail, accompanied by thundershowers lashed the city.

Several parts of the city witnessed power cuts, even as gusty winds uprooted trees in some areas.

According to reports, hail and gust even broke a few window panes in apartments, and damaged private and public property.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Hyderabad witnessed 6 cm of rainfall, while parts of Telangana like Khammam and Mahbubabad witnessed 7 cm.

It’s in my place, Madhura Nagar , can imagine the situation in the city

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@GHMCOnline Huge tree branch fallen in front of my apartment last night, not removed it, no power since 11pm,D-block MadhuraNagar

@KTRTRS @GHMCOnline Srinagar colony to Yusufuguda road two big trees fallen on high tension current wires ji

Two trucks break down at road no 1 in front of . Heavy flooding in front of as cars float @KTRTRS

Please dial 100 in case of an emergency. All emergency services linked to it. Alternately you can call 040-21111111 to reach @GHMCOnline

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has started lifting fallen trees and clearing at KBR Park and Yousufguda

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team removing fallen trees at Road no.7, Banjarahills

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teams have been cleared the fallen trees at KCP Junction, GVK Junction, and Taj Krishna.

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Relief measures are underway by emergency teams.

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emergency squad clearing water stagnation at NIMS Hospital, Panjagutta

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Masab Tank . Morning 4.30 . Hailstorm uprooted trees at many places in Hyderabad.

: Municipal workers clearing water logging at residential colonies after over night rain & squall with haill.: Lakshmi pic.twitter.com/5CK88oWy0F

Power supply disrupts as trees fall on electric lines in several parts of since wee hours today. pic.twitter.com/mGCp51xlpI

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Strong winds and heavy resulted in 291 trees & 32 electric poles being uprooted. R v really ready for Monsoon?

The Times of India reported that the reason for the rains was a trough, a region of low atmospheric pressure, that extended from the Maharashtra’s North Vidarbha region to south Tamil Nadu, passing across Telangana and Andhra’s Rayalaseema area.

Meanwhile, the IMD has predicted light to moderate rain accompanied with thundershowers over parts of Telangana on Wednesday.

It also predicted the possibility of hail at isolated places across the state.

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