Hyderabad, Sep 10 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh is likely to experience widespread rains in the next two days under the influence of low pressure area, which has become well-marked.
Yesterday's low pressure area over west-central Bay of Bengal off Andhra Pradesh coast with associated upper air cyclonic circulation extending upto mid-tropospheric level persists and became a well marked'', according to the Indian Meteorological Department(IMD) officials here today.
Isolated heavy to very heavy rain was likely over Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Telangana during next 48 hours and heavy rain was likely over Rayaleseema during the same period, IMD officials said.
Under the influence of the low pressure system, south-west monsoon has been active over Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
Rain occurred at a few places over Rayalaseema.
Khammam and Hakimpet Airport recorded heavy rainfall of 12 cm and 7 cm, respectively.
The other chief amounts of rainfall recorded in cm were Machilipatnam, Eturnagaram and Jangaon (both Warangal dist), Kollapur (Mahabubnagar dist), Madhira and Venkatapuram (both Khammam dist), Manthani (Karimnagar dist), Ranasthalam (Srikakulam dist) 6 each, Bobbili (Vizianagaram dist), Chintalapudi (West Godavari dist), Luxettipet (Adilabad dist), Mahabubabad (Warangal dist), Narsipatnam (Visakhapatnam dist), Palakonda and Veeraghattam (both Srikakulam dist), Tiruvuru (Krishna dist) 5 each, Ramagundam, Chinnoor (Adilabad dist), Kaleswaram (Karimnagar dist), Nuzvid (Krishna dist), Salur (Vizianagaram dist), 4 each, Bhadrachalam, Anakapalle (Visakhapatnam dist), Eluru (West Godavari dist), Ichapuram and Sompeta (both Srikakulam dist), Medchal (Rangareddy dist), Narayanakhed (Medak dist), Perur and Yellandu (both Khammam dist), Pulivendala (Cuddapah dist) and Terlam (Vizianagaram dist) 3 each.
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