After remaining dry for about a week, Bengaluru weather became rainy and it did continue for at least four to five days. The city received right from traces of rainfall to a moderate rainfall spells between April 17 and April 20. In fact, the city recorded 17 mm of rainfall during this period.
Bengaluru has been receiving rainfall since the last 2 days and more rain is in store for the region. Meanwhile, its adjoining city of Chintamani did receive a good rainy spell of 17 mm on Friday. While the observatories did not record rainfall for the city of Bengaluru, Twitterati did inform of some rainy spell over a few parts of the city.
Presently, a cyclonic circulation is persisting over Chhattisgarh and adjoining Andhra Pradesh. A trough is extending from this system up to interior Tamil Nadu across parts of Karnataka, Kerala. Due to this, the possibility of some rains over the city of Bengaluru cannot be ruled out over the region.
The weather may become cloudy over the city of Bengaluru during the late afternoon hours. Thereafter, rain along with thunderstorm and thundershower activity may follow. Usually. Pre-Monsoon activity occurs during the late afternoon hours only.
Due to the prevailing weather conditions, temperature has dropped over the city with maximums crawling back to the normal levels. At present, Bengaluru is observing its maximum as 33.6 degrees which is normal. The next 24 hours will also see similar weather.
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