Pieces of freeway inundated owing to weighty rains in Karnataka’s Uttara Kannada district
Severe waterlogging activated by large rainfall inundated sections of a highway in Bhatkal town in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka.
Severe waterlogging has been described in Bhatkal city in Uttara Kannada district. (Picture credits: ANI)
- Serious waterlogging inundated pieces of highway in K’taka Uttara Kannada district
- The highest temperature is probable to hover all around 29 degrees Celsius
- The IMD has issued an orange warn for rainfall in many K’taka districts till August 6
Hefty rainfall continued to lash many areas of Karnataka, including Uttara Kannada district, and activated intense waterlogging in the region.
Intense drinking water-logging inundated sections of a freeway in Bhatkal town in Uttara Kannada district on Tuesday.
Karnataka | Serious h2o-logging inundating pieces of a highway due to weighty rainfall in Bhatkal city in Uttara Kannada district pic.twitter.com/dK2nEhMIfP
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Weighty RAINS Probably
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange notify for a number of districts in south-interior Karnataka, predicting weighty rainfall until August 6. The districts include things like Bengaluru City/Rural, Mysuru, Kodagu, Kolar, Ramanagara, Tumakuru. In accordance to the weather section, rainfall is expected at isolated spots in Bengaluru on August 4.
Heavy rainfall is likely in the coastal Karnataka region and north Inside Karnataka until August 6.
Meanwhile, the optimum and minimum amount temperatures are most likely to hover about 29 and 20 levels Celsius in the future 48 hrs.
(With inputs from ANI)
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