The weather in Telangana has changed drastically. It is raining in many parts of the state due to the low pressure formed in the Strait of Malacca near South Andaman in the Bay of Bengal. As a result, monsoon conditions are seen in many areas.
It is raining all over Telangana state. The Meteorological Center of Hyderabad has revealed that there is a possibility of rains in Telangana for another four days. Bhadradri-Kottagudem, Khammam, Nalgonda, Rajannasirisilla, Peddapally, Janagam and Jagityala districts will experience rains, it said.
Nellore, Anantapur, Sri Sathya Sai, Annamayya, Chittoor and Tirupati districts of Andhra Pradesh are likely to experience light to heavy rain on Tuesday.
Fog and cold winds are blowing along with this rain in North Telangana. A Musuru-like situation has prevailed in many areas. However, the weather center has announced that the same situation will be seen across the state for the next two days and there is a possibility of heavy rains in many places.
Meanwhile, in the last 24 hours, Nirmal, Kamareddy, Nizamabad and Medak districts have received rains, the Meteorological Center said. It is said that rains with thunder and lightning have occurred in this district. Meanwhile, a similar situation has arisen in AP as well. It is raining in Tamil Nadu too. The Regional Meteorological Research Center announced on Monday that a low pressure area is likely to develop over South Andaman Sea and its surrounding Southeast Bay of Bengal.