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Relief for Karnataka residents: Bengaluru among other districts likely to expeience rainfall this evening

Bengaluru residents can finally expect relief from scorching temperatures as the Meteorological Department predicts much-needed rain. This change in weather offers hope for those suffering from sunburn and heat-related illnesses. The rain is not limited to Bengaluru; it's anticipated across Karnataka, bringing relief to various districts and replenishing water sources.

Relief for Karnataka residents: Several districts including Bengaluru likely to experience rainfall this evening vkp
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First Published Apr 12, 2024, 11:41 AM IST

Bengaluru residents can breathe a sigh of relief as the scorching sun takes a backseat with the arrival of much-needed rain. Weather experts predict a welcome drop in temperature, bringing respite from sunburn and ushering in a wave of cool weather across the Silicon City. People in Bengaluru have been suffering in the heat, worrying about sunburn and heat-related sickness. But now, the Meteorological Department says rain is coming to the city and other areas, offering hope for relief from the intense heat.

The rain in Bengaluru is a significant change in the weather, giving people a break from the sun. This news from the Meteorological Department is a ray of hope for those who have been struggling in the heat. In the last few days, Bengaluru has been unusually hot, putting many residents at risk of sunburn and heat exhaustion. But with the rain coming, experts say the temperature will go down in Bengaluru and nearby places.

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The rain isn't just for Bengaluru; it's expected in many parts of Karnataka. Places like Vijayapur and Shivamogga are also likely to get rain soon, which will bring relief from the heat. Along with easing sunburn worries, the rain will make the weather cooler, making it more comfortable for everyone. With temperatures expected to drop in the next two days, people in Bengaluru can look forward to a cooler climate.

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Yesterday, heavy rain and thunderstorms hit several districts in Karnataka, like Kalaburagi, Bidar, and Shivamogga. This sudden rain brought relief to areas suffering from dry weather, helping to replenish water sources and refresh the landscape.

Looking forward, the Meteorological Department says rain will continue in more than 25 districts of Karnataka until April 18, covering a large part of the state. From coastal areas like Uttara Kannada to busy cities like Bengaluru, the rain will bring relief from the hot temperatures of the past few days.

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