Bengaluru: Several parts of the city experienced light to moderate rainfall on the evening of Saturday March 19, giving much-needed relief from the intense heat. A few districts in coastal, North Interior and South Interior Karnataka including Bengaluru witnessed a few spells of rains.
Due to the low-pressure area over the South East Bay of Bengal and South Andaman sea, it is likely to develop into a depression in the coming days and move towards the coast of Bangladesh and Myanmar. In addition, upper-air circulation and trough extending from Uttar Pradesh to Karnataka will result in light to moderate rainfall in isolated places over the next five days.
According to officials, showers are predicted in a few isolated locations of Bengaluru, despite partly cloudy weather with fog, rainfall, and thunder.
On Saturday Hebbal, Banashankari, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Kanakapura Road, and Jayanagar in South Bengaluru received light to moderate rains.