Following the rain burst, dry and windy days are expected in Telangana.

Following the record-breaking rains in July, the state of Telangana can expect relatively dry and windy weather for the next three weeks. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts only minimal scattered rainfall until August 10, after which rains may gradually increase from August 11. A significant amount of rainfall is expected by August 25.

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According to K Nagaratna, chief of IMD Hyderabad, the monsoon is currently taking a break, resulting in very little rain during the first two weeks of August. However, there is a possibility of rain picking up by the third week or towards the end of the month, with a potential improvement in September. The shifting of the monsoon’s axis northwards will lead to more rainfall over the Indo-Gangetic plain.

Despite the lack of heavy rain, overcast skies are expected in the state due to a deep depression moving in over central India, particularly Chhattisgarh. Telangana will also experience strong winds as the depression moves towards Madhya Pradesh and southeast Uttar Pradesh.

As a consequence of the depression, humidity levels remain high in the state, currently at 84%. Despite this, data from the Telangana State Development and Planning Society suggests that the state is unlikely to face a rainfall deficit in August. Presently, the state has received 51% excess rainfall, with 15 districts falling into the ‘large excess’ category and 16 districts in the ‘excess’ category. Only two districts, Nalgonda and Nagarkurnool, are still experiencing ‘normal’ rainfall.

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