The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Monday that Karnataka’s capital, Bengaluru, would remain foggy and cold for the remainder of the week.
‘Garden City’ is expected to have mostly clear skies with light to moderate fog and/or fog during the early morning hours in some areas. The highest and lowest temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday are very likely around 30 and 13 degrees Celsius, respectively.
IMD has predicted that the mercury in Bengaluru will rise to at least 16 degrees Celsius by this weekend, but the haze and haze are unlikely to give the city a break.
IMD also shared a 7-day forecast that Bengaluru’s minimum temperature will rise to 16 degrees Celsius by the weekend. (IMD)
On Tuesday, minimum temperatures are expected to be 5 to 6 degrees below normal in remote places in Karnataka’s interior, and on Wednesday, remote areas in the same area will be 4 to 5 degrees below normal.
The Bureau of Meteorology added that dry weather is likely to prevail across the state today and tomorrow. In Karnataka, Bagalkote recorded the lowest temperature of 8.6 degrees Celsius on Monday.
According to daily reports from the Karnataka State Disaster Management Center (KSNDMC), Bengaluru and other parts of the state have been recording low temperatures recently, with the average low temperature in Chamarajanagara district on Sunday being just 9.4 degrees Celsius.
About 82% of the province’s districts had minimum temperatures in the range of 10 to 16 degrees Celsius, with lowest temperatures in the districts of Chamarajanagara, Cola, Chikkabalapura, Chicamagalluru, Hassan, Tumacuru and Mandia in the range of 6 degrees Celsius. It was in the 8 degree range. Celsius temperature.
On the other hand, the average high temperature in Nasanggu recorded 33.7 degrees on Sunday.