The city of Bengaluru has been witnessing good Monsoon rains for the last a few days. However, the month of August did not turn out to be very good for the cyber city in terms of rain.
In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Airport observatory has recorded 23 mm of rain, while the city observatory received just traces of rain.
According to Skymet Weather, the reason for these rains can be attributed to a trough that is seen extending from Jharkhand to Tamil Nadu across Coastal Andhra Pradesh. With this, humid winds have reached the city, resulting in the development of thunderclouds.
Weathermen expect some more light to moderate rains over Bengaluru for the next 2 to 3 days. Sky will remain cloudy to overcast throughout the day, leading to pleasant weather conditions over the garden city.
The day temperatures are likely to settle around 27°C or 28°C, whereas night temperatures would be around 19°C or 20°C.
So far in August, the city has recorded 45.1 mm of rains against the monthly average rainfall of 147 mm.
This Southwest Monsoon, the cyber city of India has not recorded much rain. In fact, Bengaluru has recorded below average Monsoon rains.
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