Due to the effect of the well-marked low-pressure area over Southeast Arabian Sea the state of Karnataka received scattered light to moderate rainfall activity during the last 24 hours. Rain intensity was more over the southern and coastal parts as compared to the northern parts which remained dry and warm.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Saturday, Honnavar recorded 37.7 mm of rain, followed by Bengaluru 8 mm, Karwar 6.6 mm, Chitradurga 3.7 mm and Mandya 0.9 mm.
At present, the Depression lies over Southeast Arabian Sea and adjoining parts of East central Arabian Sea. This system would be further moving west/northwestwards. A trough is also extending from this system to Coastal Karnataka and adjoining Kerala.
Due to the presence of these weather systems, the sky conditions will be cloudy over Coastal Karnataka and South Interior Karnataka. Light rain is expected over many places along with few moderate spells over Coastal and South Interior Karnataka during the next two to three days.
However, due to the prevalence easterly air mass over North Interior Karnataka, dry and warm weather conditions will continue over most places of that region.
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