Bengaluru: Rains bring massive relief and joy to people!

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Published May 3, 2024 at 3:29pm

Update May 3, 2024 at 3:49pm

    Rains hit Bengaluru, bring massive relief

    Rains help bring down temperature

    Rains witnessed across the city

After an extended heatwave in Bengaluru, causing mental agony to the people, rains have indeed brought massive relief to the city. There were overcast conditions in several areas in the afternoon and the heavens opened up, bringing joy to the people. 

Areas like Rajajinagar, Corporation, Padmanabhanagar, Majestic and Hebbal received the rains. 

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All thanks to the massive heat, people were forced to stay indoors. There was a lot of unease among people in leading their lives. Rains also hit the city last evening, thereby bringing the much-needed relief. 

The met department has forecast more rains in the coming days. 

Bengaluru hits 41-degree mark

Once known for its climate, the garden city is soon shedding that tag. A few days ago, a few parts of Bengaluru experienced heat measured at 41-degree celsius. 

Disruption in water supply

Lack of rains had also contributed to disruption of the supply of water. People were forced to depend on tankers to meet their daily needs. That also meant the tanker mafia was thriving, with skyrocketing prices. 

With more rains predicted, the temperatures will come down and make the lives of our people easier.

Bengaluru: Rains bring massive relief and joy to people!

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    Rains hit Bengaluru, bring massive relief

    Rains help bring down temperature

    Rains witnessed across the city

After an extended heatwave in Bengaluru, causing mental agony to the people, rains have indeed brought massive relief to the city. There were overcast conditions in several areas in the afternoon and the heavens opened up, bringing joy to the people. 

Areas like Rajajinagar, Corporation, Padmanabhanagar, Majestic and Hebbal received the rains. 

Also Read: India’s battle against Hepatitis: Second only to China in infections, WHO report

All thanks to the massive heat, people were forced to stay indoors. There was a lot of unease among people in leading their lives. Rains also hit the city last evening, thereby bringing the much-needed relief. 

The met department has forecast more rains in the coming days. 

Bengaluru hits 41-degree mark

Once known for its climate, the garden city is soon shedding that tag. A few days ago, a few parts of Bengaluru experienced heat measured at 41-degree celsius. 

Disruption in water supply

Lack of rains had also contributed to disruption of the supply of water. People were forced to depend on tankers to meet their daily needs. That also meant the tanker mafia was thriving, with skyrocketing prices. 

With more rains predicted, the temperatures will come down and make the lives of our people easier.

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