- Thundershowers with thunderstorms in Bengaluru city last night for about 3 hours
- All the roads were glittering. Motorists stormed the road as the water was standing beneath some roads
- The meteorological department forecasts the next two days of rain, with heavy rainfall expected from June 6.
Bengaluru news: The roads were bright with heavy torrential rains in the city from Thursday evening to Thursday night. Motorists were struggling with the water standing on some roads.
The rains, which lasted for nearly three hours, caused more than four feet of water on roads and underpasses. Employees of government departments, police staff, and employees of other private institutions have been severely inconvenienced despite the Covid lockdown.
Majestic, Shantinagar, Jayanagar, Banashankari, Sanjayanagar, Rajarajeshwarainagar, Malleswara, Chamarajapete, KR Market, Jayanagar, Basavanagudi, MG Road, Shivajinagar, Nagarabhavi, Bommanahalli.
In effect, the roads were all turned into rivers. Motorists were severely disturbed as KR Circle, Kaveri Junction, Anandrao Circle, Oakalipuram, Railway dock near Seshadripuram, and Tagore underpass of KR Market were hit.
How much rain?
According to information received at around 9.30 pm in the capital, VV Puram 25 mm, Basavanagudi 3.5 mm, Masonry 12.5 mm, Marenahalli, 7.5 mm, and Satanur 34 mm. Jakkur 20.5 mm, Cottonpet 7 mm, Manorayanapalya 22 mm, Guttalli 5.5 mm, Chamarajapete 12 mm. Lakkasandra 27mm, Begur 6.5mm, Koramangala 5.5mm, Anjanapur 10.5mm, Laliagubbi 7mm, Kannur 22mm, Banaswadi 16mm, Vannarpette 8.3mm, Hampinagar 24.5mm .My rainfall.
Rain likely for another two days
“VV Puram, Hampinagar, Jakkur, Manorayanapalya, Banaswadi, and Lakkasandra have experienced heavy rainfall. “The next two days of rain are forecast for the city. The rainfall intensity will be reduced by June 6,” said CS Patil, regional director of the meteorological department.