Weather Report: Heavy Rainfall Alert in Karnataka from November 23
There will be heavy rain with thunderstorm and lightning across the state for three days from November 23. Thus, the India Meteorological Department said that 'yellow alert' has been given to many districts of the entire state.
Weather report: Due to the effective ups and downs in the weather, there will be heavy rain with thunderstorm and lightning across the state for three days from November 23. Thus, the India Meteorological Department said that ‘yellow alert’ has been given to many districts of the entire state.
Monsoon is becoming more active. Even though there is no rain in the expected amount, the state will witness rainfall for three more days due to the anomaly of depression in the Bay of Bengal. This has made the farmers happy.
From November 23, there will be widespread rain with thunder in the southern interior districts like Kodagu, Mysuru, Shivamogga, Hassan, Chikkamagaluru and Chamarajanagar districts. Hence a yellow alert has been announced for these districts.
Other districts like Bellary, Bangalore City, Bangalore Rural, Chikkaballapur, Chitradurga, Davangere, Hassan, Kolar, Mandya, Ramanagara, Tumkur, Vijayanagar are expected to receive light to moderate rains.
Still, yellow alert has been declared in three coastal districts namely Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada and Udupi districts due to torrential rain for one day on November 24. The weather department has predicted that there will be moderate rain for two days.
In the same period, it seems that the sight of rain is rare for the northern inland districts. A bit of cold weather can be found here in the mornings and evenings, but there are no signs of rain in this part. Instead, the department report clarified that the dry weather will continue.
High temperatures were recorded on both sides:
In the last 24 hours in Karnataka, Dharmasthala, Uppinangadi in Dakshina Kannada district, Sringeri in Chikkamagaluru, Sakaleshpur in Hassan district received scattered light rains. Kalaburagi and Karwar recorded the highest temperature in the state (34.2). Elsewhere, Honnavara, Shirali, Mangalore Airport and Penambur recorded a temperature of 32 degrees Celsius, the IMD said.