Nippy, wet weather makes Bengalureans nostalgic | Bengaluru News – Times of India

BENGALURU: The nip in the air and an overcast sky that opened up frequently through Thursday turned Bengalureans nostalgic about how they had been missing the chill and the mizzle that the Pensioners’ Paradise was once known for.

While the maximum temperature in the city dipped to as low as 19.8 degrees Celsius, the minimum was 18. Things are likely to remain this way for the next two days until the clouds clear out.
For the next two days, Bengaluru can expect a generally cloudy sky along with moderate to heavy rain and light to moderate rain for two days thereafter. According to the Met department, districts in south interior Karnataka, including Bengaluru, will receive moderate to heavy showers at isolated places over the next 24 hours, whereas rain/ thundershowers are very likely at isolated places over coastal Karnataka and a few places over north interior Karnataka.


Heavy to very heavy rain is likely to occur at isolated places over Bengaluru Urban, Bengaluru Rural, Chikkaballapur, Kolar, Chitradurga and Tumakuru districts of south interior Karnataka during the next 24 hours for which a yellow alert has been issued.
The day-long drizzle though reduced traffic to a near crawl in several parts of Bengaluru, including Hebbal flyover, early in the morning and evening due to poor visibility. Commuters had to keep their vehicle headlights on for clear view.
A tree each was uprooted on the road from Silk Board towards Marathahalli, in Malleswaram and in Shankar Math ward.

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