Weather forecast for Aug 17: Heavy rains predicted for next 24 hours in Kerala
New Delhi, Aug 17: A fresh surge of the westerly winds will intensify the monsoons in Kerala, Karnataka and the ghat areas of Tamil Nadu over 48 hours , while a dip in pressure in the Bay of Bengal will bring extremely heavy rains to Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh over 24 hours , the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast said on Monday.
Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kerala and Mumbai for August 17
The capital city of Karnataka, Bengaluru has been receiving isolated Monsoon rains since last one month. As per Skymet weather, light to moderate Monsoon rains and thundershowers over the city during the next 24 hours. Maximum & minimum temperatures very likely to be around 27 and 21 degree Celsius respectively. However, the humidity will be around 79 percent.
As per Skymet weather, Short spell rain or thundershower is likely over Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Northeast Rajasthan and plains of Uttar Pradesh. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 33 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 76 percent.
Rains have once again commenced over Telangana as well as over the capital city Hyderabad. As per Skymet weather, Jharkhand, East Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Konkan Goa, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, South Interior Karnataka, West Bengal, Uttarakhand will see light to moderate rains with few heavy spells. Meanwhile, the maximum temperature would be recorded around 26 degree Celsius and humidity around 913percent.
Maharashtra has been receiving continuous rains for the last couple of days. In the last day, rains have increased over Vidarbha that received light to moderate showers with isolated heavy. As per predicted by Skymet Weather, Mumbai may receive scattered light rains with one or two places getting a short spell of moderate showers as well. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 29 degree Celsius and humidity around 82 percent.
The Skymet Weather Services have predicted heavy rainfall for the next twenty-four hours in Kerala, worsening the situation in the southern state. The floods in the state has till now claimed the lives of 97 people, while disrupting the connectivity in many regions. The state government along with the assistance from Centre are trying to rescue all the people stranded in the flooded areas. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 27 degree Celsius and humidity around 87 percent.