Rain lashed several parts of Hyderabad on Wednesday evening, inundating roads and causing severe waterlogging at several places.
The Deccan Chronicle reported that the rain caused waterlogging at the newly reopened Oliphanta bridge, RTC crossroads, Mettuguda, Malkajgiri and Safilguda junctions.
Shirdinagar in East Anandbagh, a low lying colony, reported inundation, the DC report stated.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) attributed the heavy rainfall to a trough that ran from Telangana to south Tamil Nadu across Andhra Pradesh's Rayalaseema region.
The IMD has also issued a three-day warning until September 16.
"Heavy rain very likely to occur at isolated places in all the districts of Telangana." the warning reads.
The Hindu reported that, in the last 24 hours from Wednesday, the chief amounts of rainfall recorded at - Adilabad and Sarangapur in Karimnagar, was 9 cm, while Sirpur in Adilabad received 5 cm. Chevella in Rangareddy district recorded 3 cm of rainfall.
Speaking to The News Minute, Dr K Nagaratna, the scientist in charge of the Weather Forecasting department at the IMD office in Hyderabad, said that the showers were just normal monsoon rains, and they would persist till Friday evening.
Skymet Weather reported that Telangana, which was still rain deficient by 13%, may see the rains increasing for the next 24 to 48 hours.
The rainfall comes after Hyderabad received very little rains over the past one week, after September 6.
According to reports, temperatures even touched 34 degrees celsius on one of the days, making it the hottest day in the month of September in the past two years.