In some areas, the newly laid roads have also given way, making matters worse for commuters on Saturday.
While Bengaluru city received 20m, of rain, HAL airport recorded 14mm up to 8.30pm. Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike said there were no complaints of waterlogging or fallen trees.
Coastal Karnataka as it is likely to experience widespread rainfall from September 2 to 6, with heavy isolated rain in several parts.
BBMP has identified 215 flood-prone spots and started de-clogging drains so that water-logging does not take place.
Bengaluru Urban recorded 0.5 mm to 48 mm of rainfall and the total rain was 11.3 mm with the forecast being rather gloomy.
According to IMD-Bengaluru, there will be rainfall, accompanied by thunderstorms and gusty winds.
Bellandur Lake, the largest in the city's south-east suburb, which has seen frothing due to toxic substances flowing into it due to an untreated sewage system.
Rains left crater-sized potholes everywhere. In the last 10 days, four people lost their lives in road accidents caused due to potholes.
Highest rainfall of 69mm was recorded in Kammanahalli and Samapangiram Nagar till 9.30pm.
While the intensity of rainfall varied from 22 mm to 184 mm, parts of Bengaluru South such as Koramangala, Lakkasandra and others bore the brunt.