Bangalore: Heavy rains accompanied by thunderstorms in the state capital Bangalore on Sunday (May 01). More than 1.5 cm of rain was reported in 75 wards of the district from 6 pm to 10 pm yesterday.
In the meantime, there has been an incident where a coconut tree has exploded in the background of thunderstorms, with thunderstorms near the central yacht of Bangalore’s North Yelahanka.
A fire broke out in the coconut pinnacle of the coconut tree.A thunderstorm was heard amid thunderstorms, with coconut trees burning as people came out to see what had happened. This made the central vacation apartment home for some time a tense atmosphere.
It is for these reasons that the elders in the past have said that when it rains, do not stand under the tree. Therefore, people should be on guard during the rainy season. One of the senior citizens who witnessed the explosion in the Kendriya Vihar said that children should beware of senior citizens.
— Sanketh Hiremath (@Santourya) May 1, 2022
Silicon City Trees are found all over the city including Srirampuram, Malleswaram, Gandhinagar and Yashwantpur. The highest tree in the Western region is reported.
Sorry rest of India if Bangalore is offending you right now. Having a full on rain storm. ❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/DbEvx94zou
— Monika Manchanda 👩🏼🍳🍽 (@monikamanchanda) May 1, 2022
There are reports of a total of 12 trees falling on the city. BBMP personnel have cleared the trees in their respective zones overnight so as not to disturb road traffic.
— Mr.உத்தம வில்லன்🍥 (@hockey_dinesh) May 1, 2022
How much rainfall does the city have?
Rainfall in the whole of Bangalore ranges from 20 mm to 79 mm. Know how much rain
is in the area . – 51 mm Rainfall * Dayananda Nagar 49.5 mm Rainfall * Pulakesinagar – 47 mm Rainfall * Nayandahalli – 46.5 mm. Rainfall * Hemimageapura – 42.5 mm Rainfall * Kumaraswamy Layout – 40 mm Rainfall * Uttarahalli – 32 mm Rain