Weather Report: The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted that heavy rain is likely to occur in many districts of the state, including Bengaluru, in the next 24 hours. Karnataka Heavy Rainfall Alert in Next 24 hours.
Bengaluru will have cloudy weather for most of the day today. There is a chance of rain in the evening or night. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, there will be heavy rain for two more days in different districts of the state.
Chikmagaluru, Kodagu, Mysuru, Hassan. Chitradurga, Bellary, Chamarajanagar, Raichur, Kalaburagi and Yadgiri districts will experience heavy rain in the next 2 hours. There is a possibility of variation in power supply due to rain with wind. The Indian Metrological Department (IMD) has issued alerts for rainfall and hailstorm in several states across the country.
As the daily weather oscillates between scorching heat and dark clouds bringing heavy rainfall, the weather department assures that the heatwave would not be tormenting the country, at least till the next three days.
Taking to micro blogging site Twitter, IMD wrote, “Heavy rainfall very likely in isolated regions of North-West India, Central India, South India, East-India and North-East India. Hailstorm very likely in isolated regions of North-West India, Central, Eastern and Western of India.”
Following the continuous snowfall in Kedarnath Dham, IMD issued an alert for hailstorms and thunderstorms in the state for the next four days from Sunday, according to an official release.
“The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert for bad weather in the state for the next four days from today. An alert has been issued for hailstorm and thunderstorm with a speed of 70 km per hour and heavy snowfall in areas above 3500 meters,” read the release.
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Informing about the unclear and bad weather in the state, the release said, “It has been snowing intermittently for the last thirteen days in Kedarnath Dham. The snowfall process started in Dham on April 18 and the snowfall which started in the afternoon on Saturday also continued till night.”