hAccording to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), for the next 24 hours, IMD issued a red alert on the state, advising advisers to “take action” and protect themselves from extreme weather conditions.
Meanwhile, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, Mr.Anjani Kumar, also alert the localities and requested to stay indoors while Traffic and Law Order officers are trying their best to help.
The Met department warned of increased rainfall which may cause flooding, waterlogging, falling of trees and power poles, disruption of road traffic, overflowing of reservoirs, submergence of farmland and potential crop failure.
Therefore, it is possible to regulate road, rail and air transport in the state, but the municipal corporation will take appropriate measures to control waterborne diseases, issue necessary advice based on IMD inputs and call the state disaster management authorities for necessary action.
By Wednesday, the weather on Telangana will begin to normalize, with heavy rainfall expected across the state during the day.
Overall, these harsh conditions are caused by a deep depression, with winds of 55-65 kmph and 75 kmph crossing the northern Andhra Pradesh coast near Kakinada till 7:30 am this morning.
The system is expected to bring heavy rainfall over the next 2-3 days in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Odisha and Chhattisgarh.