Hyderabad rains: Here is where it rained the most

According to the Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS) figures up to10pm, Mir Alam received the highest rainfall of 132.5mm rainfall followed by Rajendranagar with 126.5mm and Amberpet with 120.3mm.

By Author   |   Published: 2nd Oct 2017   10:51 pm Updated: 3rd Oct 2017   12:21 am
Hyderabad rains
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Hyderabad: As heavy rains lashed the entire city on Monday evening, Mir Alam area near Bahadurpura received the highest amount of rainfall recording 132.5mm from 8.30 am to 10 pm.

According to the Telangana State Development Planning Society (TSDPS) figures up to10pm, Mir Alam received the highest rainfall of 132.5mm rainfall followed by Rajendranagar with 126.5mm and Amberpet with 120.3mm.

Among the top 10 areas that received heavy rainfall were Mir Alam, Rajendranagar, Amberpet, Golkonda, Mondamarket, Narayanaguda, Musheerabad, Kapra (GHMC), Viratnagar, Asmanghad.

Areas that recorded maximum rainfall:
Location Rainfall (mm)

Miralam: 132.5
Rajendranagar: 126.5
Amberpet: 120.3
Golkonda: 104.0
Mondamarket: 103.0
Kapra (GHMC): 95.8
Musheerabad: 95.0
Narayanaguda: 93.5
Asmanghad: 91.8
Viratnagar nearDMRL: 91.3
Bandlaguda Uppal: 89.8
LB Nagar: 84.3
Asifnagar: 79.3
Pashamailaram: 77.8

Tirumalgiri: 77.5
Maoula Ali: 77.5
Sardar Mahal: 76.0
Maitrivanam: 75.3
Begumpet: 75.0
Malkajgiri: 73.5
Nampally: 66.3
Madhapur: 44.8
Qutbullapur: 42.3
Jubilee Hills: 35.8
Qutbullpur (Gajularamam): 35
Ramachandrapuram: 34.8
Bollaram: 26.8
Bandlaguda Hayathnagar: 5.5