Watch: Bengaluru receives hailstorm and rain whilst heatwave bakes north India | Bengaluru

While northern India is reeling underneath a excessive heatwave, plenty of components of Bengaluru got…

While northern India is reeling underneath a excessive heatwave, plenty of components of Bengaluru got heavy rainfall and a hailstorm on Sunday. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a ‘heavy rain’ forecast for the Karnataka capital for the following 3 days.

Heavy rainfall hits plenty of components of Bengaluru, along with Frazer Town, Shivajinagar, Chandra Structure, Vijayanagar and Hosahalli.

Quite a few citizens of the town took to social media to post visuals of hailstones that lashed the town.

Within the intervening time, the IMD moreover predicted that the heatwave eventualities are much more likely to hamper over Delhi and adjacent components of northwest India from Monday.

The national local weather forecasting corporate on Sunday said the heatwave eventualities in isolated components over Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, south Uttar Pradesh, Kutch and East Rajasthan are very much more likely to hamper after May 1.

Isolated components over Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and West Rajasthan will experience heatwave eventualities on May 1 and a few and the location could also be very much more likely to hamper thereafter. No essential trade in maximum temperatures very most probably over maximum components of Central India in the course of the next two days and fall by way of 2-3 degree Celsius thereafter, it added.

The national capital recorded the second-hottest April throughout the ultimate 27 years for the reason that temperature once all over again remained above 40 ranges celsius on Saturday.


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