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    Hyderabad experienced heavy rainfall in several areas, bringing relief from the humidity. The areas that received rainfall include Kukatpally, Hydernagar, Bachupally, Pragathinagar, Nizampet, Borabanda, Allapur, Yousfguda, Sanatnagar, Ameerpet, Maitrivanam, Panjagutta, Jubilee Hills, Banjara Hills, Malakpet, LB Nagar, Vanasthalipuram, Hayatnagar, and Abdullahpurmet.

    The Meteorological Department has predicted the formation of a low-pressure system by Monday. This system is expected to develop in the North Bay of Bengal on Sunday. The State has been issued an orange alert in response to this prediction. According to officials from the IMD, significant rainfall can be expected in various parts of the Telugu states over the next two to three days.

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