Bengaluru: Heavy rain along with squalls hit Bengaluru on Thursday night. Power supply was disrupted in many areas in South Bengaluru.

Downpour along with strong winds last night uprooted several trees in different areas in the city. At least 15 trees fell in Avalahalli, Bytarayanapura, Girinagar, Hanumanthanagar, Rajarajeshwarinagar and Shantinagar.

Five trees were uprooted in Hanumanthanagar. Three trees that fell in the area damaged two cars and an auto.

Power supply was disrupted in many areas in South Bengaluru. These areas included Basavanagudi, Chamrajpet, Girinagar, Jayanagar and NR Colony.

In Ashoknagar, Hanumanthanagar and Richmond Road, three electric poles fell, one in each of these areas, resulting in power disruption.

Malleswaram, Rajajinagar, Yeshwantpur, Jalahalli, Majestic, Hebbal, Vidyaranyapura Yelahanka, Jayanagar, JP Nagar and KR Puram received heavy rain. Meanwhile, there was fair amount of rainfall in Shivajinagar, Cubbon Park, Halasuru and Koramangala.

There were reports of hailstorm in KR Puram and the area around ITI. As per reports, it lasted for about 10 minutes. Heavy rainfall led to water logging in many underpasses. In Koramangala, Majestic and Shanthinagar, traffic was disrupted.

High wind alert was issued for Karnataka on June 6. The Meteorological Centre of Bengaluru’s weather bulletin forecasts rain and thundershowers in Bengaluru for June 8 and 9. The temperature is expected to vary between 32˚ and 21˚ for the next two days.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) released an All India Weather Warning Bulletin on June 7. Find the weather forecast for the upcoming four days below:

June 7

Strong winds with speed reaching 35-45 kmph is likely to prevail over the southwest part of the Arabian Sea. Fishermen have been advised not to venture into these areas.

June 8

Winds with speed between 35-45 kmph is likely to prevail over Southwest Arabian Sea, Southeast Arabian Sea and the adjoining Maldives-Comorin area. The same weather is expected along and off Kerala coast. Fishermen have been advised not to venture into these areas.

June 9

Squally weather with winds reaching a speed of 35-45 kmph is expected over the southwest, the southeast, and the central part of the Arabian Sea, off Kerala-Karnataka coasts. Fishermen have been advised not to venture into these areas.

June 10

Strong winds with speed ranging between 35-45 kmph is expected over the southwest, east central and adjoining southeast region of the Arabian Sea. Fishermen have been advised not to set foot into these areas.