The city is likely to experience cold and cloudy weather coupled with light rains over the next 48 hours, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Wednesday.
IMD officer Mruthyunjaya said temperatures in the city had dipped since Monday as the north-east monsoon has been active. “Due to this, many parts of the State, including Bangalore, will receive good rains. The city has experienced 40 mm rainfall since October 1,” he said.
He added that cold and cloudy temperature weather would prevail in parts of south-interior Karnataka, including Tumkur and Kolar.
On Wednesday, the maximum temperature in the city was 24 degrees Celsius, a drop of two degrees from Tuesday, while the minimum was 20 degrees Celsius. On Monday, the maximum temperature in Bangalore was 26 degrees Celsius.