Bengaluru records 13.9 degrees Celsius, lowest temperature in a decade

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BENGALURU: The city, on Tuesday morning,  recorded a minimum temperature of 13.9 degrees Celsius, the lowest reported in November in a decade, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said.

IMD has issued rain alerts for southern and northern  interiors, including Coastal Karnataka

The state weather department has warned that it is likely to rain for three to four days amid cold weather. Due to the low pressure in the Bay of Bengal, it is likely to rain in many parts of the state from November 22 to 24. It will rain in the southern-interior and northern-interior parts of Karnataka, including the coast. In addition , there is a possibility of fog and cloudy weather for the next two to three days.

Prasad, meteorologist

“There is a possibility of rain from November 22 to 24 due to low pressure in the Bay of Bengal. The maximum temperature recorded was 25.2 degrees Celsius, and the lowest temperature recorded was 13.9 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning. The minimum temperature at HAL airport station was 12.5 degrees Celsius, and at Kempegowda International Airport, it was 14.7 degrees Celsius”, said meteorologist Prasad.

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