In Telangana, heavy rains for another three days.

In Hyderabad, Telangana, the Meteorological Department has forecasted heavy rains for another three days, causing widespread flooding in various areas. On Thursday and Friday, significant rainfall is expected, leading to the possibility of localized flooding in some districts. Similarly, during the next three days, many regions have experienced heavy rains accompanied by thunderstorms.

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In the city of Hyderabad itself, heavy rainfall has been continuous, starting from Mehdipatnam and gradually spreading across the metropolitan area. Charminar, Bahadurpura, Yakutpura, Chandrayangutta, Barkas, Falaknuma, and several other areas have been inundated with heavy rainfall. This has resulted in waterlogging on major roads, severely affecting traffic flow. Khairatabad railway underpass has been particularly affected, with waterlogged roads causing significant traffic disruptions.

Several localities, including Panjagutta, Khairatabad, have been experiencing waterlogging on the main thoroughfares. Water has entered shops and businesses along the SR Nagar road. Many areas, such as Banjara Hills, Begumpet, Khairatabad, Nizampet, Bachupally, Gandimaisamma, Kukatpally, Erragadda, Sanathnagar, Madhuranagar, Yusufguda, Ameerpet, SR Nagar, Panjagutta, Jubilee Hills, Banjara Hills, Khairatabad, Najampet, Bachupally, Gandimaisamma, Balanagar, Suraaram, Suchitra, and Jagadgirigutta, have experienced heavy rainfall, leading to localized flooding. Roads have become treacherous, and vehicular movement is severely affected.

In Kothapet, Abdullapurmet, Balanagar, Gundlapochampally, Bahadurpally, Suraram, Sushma, Jagadgirigutta areas, heavy rainfall has also caused waterlogging and traffic disruptions. The main road leading to the Panjagutta-Khairatabad route has been severely affected by the heavy downpour. As a result, vehicular traffic has come to a standstill.

Sikh Village, Bowenpally, Marredpally, Chilkalguda, Patny, Paradise, Begumpet, Alwal, and other areas have also witnessed heavy rainfall, leading to waterlogging and localized flooding. Unexpectedly, many roads have turned into virtual rivers due to the incessant rain, causing traffic chaos and disrupting daily life. Drainage systems in several places have become overwhelmed, compounding the situation. The sudden flooding has caught commuters and residents off guard, leading to challenges in navigating through the affected areas. Heavy traffic jams have become a common sight in these regions.

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