Bengaluru: The light rain that caused Bengaluru's weather to be damp has finally subsided, and life has returned to normal in the capital of Karnataka. Low pressure in the Bay of Bengal caused rainfall in the coastal states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
In the morning, the international airport in Bengaluru received 5.2 mm of rain, compared to 3.4 mm in the city's centre region, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
The temperatures ranged from 25.6 degrees Celsius to 20.4 degrees Celsius. A low temperature of 18.5 degrees Celsius was noted by the IMD station at the HAL airport.
According to the weather service, no new thunderstorm or heavy rain warnings have been issued.
But according to the IMD, there was a good chance to see light to moderate rain in various locations across south interior Karnataka and in a few spots over coastal Karnataka. Over the northern interior of Karnataka, isolated areas might also get light rain.
It is very likely that there will be clouds and light to moderate rain. In certain places, mist is particularly likely in the early morning hours. According to IMD, the maximum and lowest temperatures will likely be in the range of 26 and 19, respectively.
According to IMD data, the city has gotten 371 mm of rain since October 1, which is 153 mm more than usual. Bengaluru has received 1,849 mm of rain so far this year. Bengaluru received 1,500 mm, 1,200 mm, 950 mm, 1,050 mm, and 1,696 mm of precipitation annually in 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017, respectively.
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