Bengaluru has been experiencing gloomy skies and rainfall over the past few days as portions of south India have affected by Cyclone Asani. As a result, the mercury has fallen, leading city inhabitants to get out their winter gear. Wednesday, May 11, was one of the coldest days in the city in recent years, according to weather bloggers. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) verified this, saying that the cold weather is due to the storm that hit the coast of Andhra Pradesh late Wednesday. May 11 was the coldest day since 2012, according to the IMD, with a low temperature of 19.5°C and a maximum temperature of 24°C.
According to their bulletin, the maximum temperature in Bengaluru was 25°C at 8.30 a.m. on Thursday. The minimum temperature was 19.5°C. The IMD reported a high temperature of 26.3°C. And a low temperature of 20°C at its station at Kempegowda International Airport. The lowest temperature was 18°C at the HAL airport weather station, whereas the highest temperature was 25.8°C.
According to the IMD, the city’s lowest temperature in May 2021 was 20.4°C, whereas the lowest temperature in May 2020 was around 20.2°C. The meteorological office forecast cloudy skies and rain in Bengaluru for the next 24 hours in its broadcast on Thursday morning. Throughout this time, the highest temperature is forecast to be about 25°C, with a low temperature of around 20°C. The weather prognosis for another 48 hours is also the same, with precipitation and gloomy sky.
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