Bangalore seem to have experienced a lot this year in the month of August as the cyber city of India had to face a lot of precipitation. After that the traces of rain along with a few spells were witnessed in the city of Bengaluru and there were only two three occasions when the city managed to see moderate showers. But yesterday was a lucky day for the people of Bengaluru as rain gods showered their kindness over the city as heavy rains of 129 mm kicked the city.
Many parts of the city were seen flooded with water and water logging became a major issue and made commuting difficult. As per the records of the India Meteorological Department, this was the highest rainfall recorded in this month and these showers were due to the cyclonic circulation over South Tamil Nadu Coast. Moreover, another cyclonic circulation was over Lakshadweep and adjoining areas. So the combined effect of these weather features poured heavy rains over the Karnataka capital.
Rains have once again reduced over the region as in a span of 24 hours from 08:30 am on Tuesday the city of Bengaluru recorded 31 mm of rainfall. The Met also reports that light to moderate rains will continue for the next few days. With these rains, the weather of the city will also be cool and content and the sky will remain partly cloudy too.Not much change is likely in temperatures, day temperatures will settle around 27°C or 28°C, while minimums may ranger around 19°C or 20°C. Till August 15, Bengaluru has recorded 193 mm of rains against the monthly average rainfall of 147 mm. It is marked that the IT Capital of India has already exceeded its monthly average rainfall with a good difference.