Bengaluru: It has been raining heavily for the past three days in almost all the districts of Karnataka (Karnataka Rains). In the last 24 hours, the southern interior of Karnataka, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Telangana and Tamil Nadu have received good rainfall. Cyclonic circulation is formed in Bay of Bengal south of Andhra coast and north of Tamilnadu coast.
As a result, rain is expected to continue for the next three days. Rain will continue in the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Telangana and Kerala till August 7. The Meteorological Department has said that there is scattered rain in North India and the amount of rain will increase in the coming days.
Bengaluru has been receiving good rains for the last three days and the same situation will continue for three days. In the first three days of August, Bengaluru city received 162.7 mm of rain. As usual, the average rainfall in August is 162.7 mm. Last June and July also saw good rainfall in Bengaluru city. Rainfall is higher than the monthly average. The same situation will continue in the city. Heavy rain is likely in the city today and tomorrow.
Mandya: reocrds heavy rainfall
The rains that have been pouring in Mandya district for the past three days have eased a bit since Wednesday night. Due to heavy rains, there was a flood situation across the district. People are heaving a sigh of relief now that the amount of rain has reduced. Traffic was blocked on Bangalore-Mysore road due to rain water flowing on the road. The police have allowed the movement of light vehicles since early this morning.
But as the day started kicking there’s been heavy rainfall on thursday too in Mandya. But now the reports suggest it will be a heavy downpour in Karnataka next 3 days
Kodagu: Continued heavy rain
Rain continues in Kodagu district. Two communication bridges have been destroyed in Dabadka village, cutting off the connection with the outside world. Bridges connecting Dabbadka-Addahole and Dabbadka-Koppa road have been damaged.