Bengaluru: A few days ago it was raining in almost all parts of Karnataka. Not only this, property was also created by floods, neighbors, floods. But now there is less rain. With only a few showers over the northern and southern parts of the country, today (July 28) the coastal region will see thunderstorms. Director of Meteorological Department CS Patil gave information
Weather forecast for CS for the next four days, from July 28 to August 1. Patil shared that Monsoon is weak across Karnataka. However, it is reported that Karkala in Udupi district has received 4 cm and Manchadkatte in Shimoga district has received 3 cm of rain.
Heavy rain has been reported in some parts of Mandya district till this evening. It did not rain for about an hour and the rain disrupted the life of the people.
Explaining the present situation, an extended low pressure area is persisting over the coastal area. There is a possibility of widespread rainfall over the coastal districts of Karnataka from July 28 to August 1. There is a possibility of rain in the northern and southern parts of the country.
Weather Forecast for Bangalore City
“The maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be around 28 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperatures around 20 degrees Celsius,” he said.
Bagalkot: Jamkhandi village in the aquatic state
The water level of the Krishna river has not come down yet due to the rains since the last few days. The villages of Jamkhandi are still in water condition. The Lakshmi Narasimha temple and the house and school are dilapidated in the village of Shurpali.
On the other hand, rain and rain cleared the highway between neighboring Govankoppa in Badami taluk of Bagalkot district and Konnor in Gadag district. The road near Govankoppa-Connor is open for traffic as the Malaprabha flood has subsided. The road which was submerged in flood water remained tied for three days after the flood in Malaprabha river. Now the mohalla is less and a temporary road has been made by cutting JCB. Vehicle traffic is allowed.
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