For the last many days, parts of Karnataka, particularly North Interior Karnataka region has been receiving rain and thundershower activities. On April 9, South Interior Karnataka, particularly Bengaluru and Mysore have witnessed good rains.
These activities were in the wake of north-south trough which is extending from eastern parts of the country to South Interior Karnataka. Moreover, the wind discontinuity is also seen from Rayalaseema to Comorin area across interior parts of Tamil Nadu.
Chitradurga, Bengaluru and Hassan have witnessed rain activities in the past 24 hours, wherein Chitradurga recorded around 25 mm of rainfall. The combined effect of these weather systems is responsible for giving rains over Bengaluru and Mysore.
Along with this, moisture incursion is taking place from Bay of Bengal as well as Arabian Sea over many parts of Karnataka. Thus, intermittent rain and thundershower activities would continue over interior parts of Karnataka during the next two days. These activities being the pre-Monsoon one’s, therefore they will be active either during later part of the day or by evening along with strong surface winds.
Thus, temperature which usually crosses the mark of 40°C in many parts of North Interior Karnataka would continue to remain the same despite of weather activities. However, many parts witness pleasant weather due to on and off pre-Monsoon activities. These activities are expected to continue for the coming two to three days.
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