Cyclonic storm – Nivar becomes weak, Puducherry Cancels Prohibitory Orders
Cyclonic Nivar –
Steady & mild drizzle, accompany by winds brought down the temperature in the city.
Cloudy & humid on Thursday morning.
The impact of the cyclone Nivar that trigger landslides between Puducherry,
And the Tamil Nadu coast late on Wednesday night.
Equally, As per thr IMD’s forecast, the maximum temperature on Wednesday record at 23.8 degrees Celsius,
three degrees below normal.
However, the minimum temperature of 19.6 ° C record an increase of 3 degrees above normal.
The average temperature for November is 27.2 ° C – maximum and 18 ° C – minimum.
Director of Meteorological Forecast of Indian Meteorological Department,
Bengaluru, C.S. Patil attribute the fall in temperature to the skies and winds.
Similarly, Indian Meteorological Department forecasts,
heavy rain in some districts of southern interior Karnataka including Bengaluru on Wednesday and Thursday.
A yellow alert was also issued for some districts.
However, in the last 24 hours, the city receive only 1.8 mm of rain.
As a result, no complaints receive from the various control rooms of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palik.
Mr Patil said heavy rainfall is expect in Bangalore urban & rural, south interior Karnataka districts including Kolar,
Tumakuru, Chikkaballapur, Mandya & Ramanagar on Thursday.
Moreover, He said rain is likely on Friday.