Pre-Monsoon rains in Bengaluru have made a comeback after a short break of five days. In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, the state capital recorded light rains to the tune of 5 mm.
This is not all as we expect more spells of pre-Monsoon activities to continue for the next three days. According to Skymet Weather, weather conditions are quite conducive for the short spell of rains on May 23 and 24.
Intensity of rains would pick up pace on May 25 and we can expect sharp spell of heavy rains to lash Bengaluru.
As reiterated earlier, these rains would be confined mostly to the late afternoon or evening hours. Thus, any major relief from warm weather during the afternoon hours is not likely. However, evening and nights would be pleasant.
These approaching rains could be attributed to the north-south trough running through South Interior Karnataka. As per weathermen, this trough is a semi-permanent feature during the pre-Monsoon season that keeps on activating and deactivating. At present, it is in active stage and is likely to revive the pre-Monsoon rains over the region including Bengaluru.
This year, pre-Monsoon rains have not performed up to the mark in Bengaluru. The city, so far in May, has recorded 47 mm of rainfall against the normal of 107.4 mm. We are afraid, Bengaluru does not seem to cross this mark, even with the approaching rainy spell.
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