Bangalore Rain Forecast: IMD reports that Bangalore & other districts of Karnataka will receive rain for the next three days

Bangalore, 04 June: From today till June 7, heavy rains are expected in many districts of Karnataka state including Bengaluru, so the people of Bengaluru, who have been reeling from the recent heavy pre-monsoon rains, need to brace themselves to face monsoon rains again.

The pre-monsoon not only in Bengaluru but also in other parts of the state caused a lot of damage and now the weather department has reported that the monsoon is heading towards the state, due to which the weather department has warned that several districts of the state need to take precautions, thus people are worried.

Rain falls till June 7 in these districts;

Monsoon rains which usually fall from June to September every year will start in the middle of the first week of June and the monsoon rains in the state of Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada, Udupi, Bangalore Rural, Bangalore City, Chikkaballapur, Chitradurga, Hassan, Mandya, Mysore, Ramanagara, Shimoga, Tumkur, And Vizianagaram districts are likely to receive moderate rainfall, the Meteorological Department has reported.

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Bangalore Rain Forecast;

Cloudy weather has already developed in Bangalore On the other hand in Bangalore already on June 3rd maximum temperature in HAL is 32.0 degree Celsius, the minimum temperature is 22.0 degree Celsius, the city is 32.4 degrees Celsius maximum temperature, 23.0 degree Celsius minimum temperature, 32.6 degrees in KIAL. Celsius is the maximum temperature recorded. Also, rain is likely to occur in these parts today.

Rain in other districts of Karnataka?

It has already rained in Ponnampet of the state, the temperature across the state of Karnataka is likely to rise by 2-3 degree Celsius above normal in a couple of places, and the coastal part of Karnataka is likely to experience a gale speed of 40 to 50 km/ph in the next 24 hours and Kalburgi has recorded a maximum temperature of 42 degree Celsius.

This monsoon has taken a four-day delay in rains, which used to enter the state from Kerala on June 1 every year but this time the monsoon has been delayed due to weather anomalies.

It is said that moderate rain will start in coastal districts from today, and moderate rain is likely to occur in south interior districts, thus it is reported that moderate rain will occur in the south and north interior for the next three days.

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