Two days of continuous rains in Telangana.

In Telangana, there has been continuous rainfall for the past two days, creating the opportunity for much-needed relief from the drought. The Environment Department has reported that rising temperatures have also contributed to this situation. Particularly, there has been an increase in surface temperatures, primarily in the western direction of Telangana. Surface temperatures have risen by an average of 3.1 degrees Celsius, with some areas reaching up to 36 degrees Celsius.

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People are experiencing discomfort due to the heat, with fans, coolers, and air conditioners no longer functioning. This has led to increased electricity consumption in the state. Additionally, the onset of the monsoon season has begun in northern Andaman Sea, potentially bringing relief in the form of rains. This change in weather is expected to result in heavy rainfall in various parts of Andhra Pradesh.

Further north, the upper air circulation over the North Andaman Sea is expected to transform into a low-pressure system, which could bring heavy rainfall within the next 24 hours. Weather officials have issued alerts for heavy rains with thunderstorms and lightning in areas like Alluru Sitaramaraju, Parvathipuram, and some parts of Eluru district.

Furthermore, IMD has warned of heavy rainfall in several states across the country. Various districts in different states have been put on alert due to the possibility of heavy rains causing flooding. Western Rajasthan, western Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry are also expected to receive significant rainfall.

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