Many parts of the state of Karnataka have recorded moderate to heavy rains with isolated very heavy rainfall activities in the last 24 hours. These pre-monsoon activities have resulted in Bengaluru observing rainfall above the hundred millimetre mark.
In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Bengaluru recorded 114 mm of rains, Hassan 68.2 mm, Mysuru 23 mm, and Raichur 23 mm.
The Cyclonic Circulation is still persisting and the off shore vortex which was over Lakshadweep is now over the coastal regions, and will be shifting inside.
Flooding rains are expected to be seen over parts of Coastal and South Interior Karnataka today and tomorrow. Cities including Bengaluru, Chiradurg, Hasan, Dakshin Kannada, Chikmangalur, Kodagu, Mysuru, Mandya, Tumkur may see heavy rains and are vulnerable.
These activities will be seen during the evening and night itself. Bengaluru has already seen some disruption last evening and today also, some parts of Karnataka may see very heavy rains as well.