November started on dry note for Bengaluru and the situation has not changed so far. Just 10 days left in the month and the city has recorded mere 1.3 mm of rain. There have been only 4-5 occasions when Bengaluru has recorded traces of rainfall.
However, we now expect this prolonged dry spell to come to an end. According to Skymet Weather, Bengaluru rains are all set to revive, with some moderate rains likely to drench the city during the next 48 hours.
Presently, a well-marked low pressure area is marked over southwest Bay of Bengal. The system is moving westwards towards Tamil Nadu. In wake of this system, we can expect moderate rain and thundershowers over South Interior Karnataka including Bengaluru on November 21-22. However, heavy rains are ruled out, but one or two short spells of intense rains cannot be ruled out.
With this, weather would go extremely pleasant. In fact, nights and evenings would be slightly chilly. Maximum temperatures are likely to settle in high 20s, while minimum temperatures would be below 20°C.
Bengaluru does not see much rains during the Northeast Monsoon. October does see good amount of rains but November and December see rains reducing to the least. Normal average for the city is just 50 mm. The city records majority of its rainfall during the four-month long Southwest Monsoon.
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