After receiving rains for three consecutive days starting from May 14, rains over Bengaluru took a break and for the last two days, the weather of the city is dry. Along with this, parts of South Interior Karnataka have also remained dry. On the other hand, the northern and coastal stations of Karnataka have been receiving some light to moderate with isolated very heavy rains.
Within the span of 24 hours from 08:30 am on Thursday, Mangaluru recorded a whopping 82.6 mm of rains, Gadag 32.9 mm, Shirali 29 mm, Belgaum 22.7 mm, Chitradurga 12 mm, Koppal 9.8 mm and Bagalkot witnessed 6 mm of rains.
The month of May has proved to be a constructive month in terms of rainfall, so much so that Bengaluru managed to surpass its monthly average of 107 mm with a massive difference within the first fifteen days of the month.