The city of Bengaluru has remained dry for quite some time now. In fact, good rainfall activity has not made its presence felt over the city for more than ten days now. The last time the Garden City of India recorded heavy rains was on October 14.
Thereafter, a few traces of rains were seen initially. However, since October 20, Bengaluru has remained as dry as a bone. Not only this, the capital city of Karnataka has not recorded any rains in the last 24 hours as well.
However, rainfall activity is expected to make an appearance over the city of Bengaluru soon. So much so that the next 24 hours may also be rainy for the IT Hub of India.
At present, there are several weather systems prevailing down south. While a cyclonic circulation is seen over Lakshadweep region, another cyclonic circulation can be seen over the Sri Lanka region. Thus, moist winds blowing from both Arabian Sea as well as Bay of Bengal are merging in the South Interior Karnataka region.
Due to this merger of winds, light to moderate rains are expected to occur over the city of Bengaluru. Not only this, other parts of South Interior Karnataka may also see some rainfall activity during the same period. These rains will result in marginal drop of temperatures over the region as well.
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