Since last many days, the weather over the city of Bengaluru remained mainly dry. In fact, after the withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon, rains almost abated from the IT hub.
Now, the maximum temperatures have also increased over the Karnataka capital, climbing up to 30 degree mark. The weathermen at Skymet Weather are of the view that partly cloudy to cloudy sky will prevail over the region during the next two to three days. During this time, days will remain warm and nights are likely to be cool and comfortable.
Around November 27, scattered rains are anticipated over Bengaluru. All thanks to the low pressure area in Bay of Bengal which will track towards South Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. This system is presently over Central Bay of Bengal and adjoining equatorial Indian Ocean.
Thereafter, we can expect the weather to again go dry and maximum temperatures to increase slightly. Night temperatures, on the other hand will fall by one or two degrees.
Another spell of rain is likely over the garden city and adjoining areas around December 4. This would again under the effect of a fresh low pressure area which will approach Tamil Nadu.
So far, Bengaluru has recorded 20.8 mm of rain against its monthly average rainfall of 48.9 mm.
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