Heavy rains predicted in coastal Karnataka
Rain and thundershowers would occur at most places in coastal Karnataka, officials from the meteorological department said on Friday.
Bengaluru: Rain and thundershowers would occur at most places in coastal Karnataka, officials from the meteorological department said on Friday.
South-West Monsoon continues to be weak in the state.
The Met Office has advised fishermen to stay off the sea as strong winds ranging in the speeds of 45 to 55 km per hour are likely along and off the Karnataka coast.
Karnataka capital Bengaluru will experience a generally cloudy sky with light rain in some areas while strong and gusty winds will blow at times, officials said.
It rained 7.3 mm in the city, 3 mm at HAL Airport and 12 mm at Kempegowda International Airport on Thursday, officials said.
The city is likely to see the maximum temperature hover around 30 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature would be around 20 degrees Celsius, officials added.
On Thursday, Bengaluru experienced a maximum temperature of 29.2 degrees Celsius, one notch above the season's average while the minimum temperature was 21.1 degrees Celsius, a notch above the season's average.
Relative humidity stood at 86 percent in the city on Thursday.
Other places in Karnataka which recorded high temperatures are Raichur 37.8 degrees Celsius, Gulbarga 35.9 degrees Celsius, Bellary 34.5 degrees Celsius and Bijapur 34 degrees Celsius.