Karnataka Rain Forecast: IMD report there will be 3 days of rain in Karnataka from Nov 23

Karnataka Rain Forecast: Monsoon rains, which were absent for a few days at the beginning of November, will return again, according to the Meteorological Department. Widespread rain is expected in the coastal and south interior districts of the state between November 23 and November 25. Widespread rain is forecast in all the south interior districts. Elsewhere, the Meteorological Department has forecast rain in the Uttara Kannada part of the state.

Karnataka Rain Forecast

The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for specific districts on different days. While Kodagu and Mysore districts are on yellow alert on November 23, Chamarajanagar, Chikkamagaluru, Kodagu, Shimoga, and Hassan districts will be on yellow alert on November 24 and November 25. Coastal districts including Uttara Kannada, Udupi, and Dakshina Kannada will be under yellow alert on November 24.

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Heavy rains in Bangalore:

Heavy rain lashed the capital Bengaluru throughout Wednesday, stranding several motorists and leading to traffic jams across the city. The rain is expected to continue for the next two days.

Chance of rain in Davangere district for five days:

The Meteorological Department has indicated that there is a possibility of five days of rain in Davangere district from November 22 to 26. According to the Meteorological Department, heavy rain is expected in many districts including Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and several districts in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Davanagere.

Heavy rain for two days:

It has been raining since Tuesday morning. Moderate rain is expected in some areas of the district on November 22. An estimated 2 mm of rain is expected in all the taluks of the district on November 23. However, heavy rainfall is expected on November 24 and 25. Ten days ago, due to sudden rain, many lakes, and dams were filled and water bodies were overflowing. Meteorologists at Davangere said that the five-day period of rain will significantly benefit agriculture, horticulture crops, and drinking water supply.

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If the winter rains come, crops like chickpeas, safflowers, and winter corn, which were sown earlier will benefit. Rain will also benefit those involved in chickpea cultivation.

The monsoon paddy crop has already been harvested in the Bhadra dam area of the district. However, there is concern that heavy rainfall may pose challenges in irrigated areas. Farmers are worried that if there is enough rain, it will be difficult for rice harvesting machines to reach the fields.

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