Today's weather is turning out to be partly cloudy. The visibility is going to be around 16 km i. Tomorrow weather is forecasted to be moderate or heavy rain shower.
The visibility is going to be around 19 km i. We expect around We expect around 7. The visibility is going to be around 17 km i.
Tuesday seems to be moderate or heavy rain shower. Bangalore, India visibility is going to be around 18 km i.
We expect around 2. Patchy rain possible will be the weather pattern for the Wednesday.
We expect around 6. Most tourists visit Bangalore in the winter months, between September and March.
These months are perfect for exploring Bangalore's parks and gardens. While away the hours watching a play in Cubbon Park, or enjoy the lakes and hilltops of the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens. The Tipu Sultan Fort's gardens are interesting at this time of year too, and a popular draw for visitors. In January, visitors to Bangalore can enjoy the flower festival in the famous glass house of Lalbagh, with stunning displays of creativity. September is the rainiest month in Bangalore, followed by October - you can expect up to 10 inches of rain at this time, so if you're visiting Bangalore in this season, bring an umbrella.
It doesn't rain all day every day - more like 1 in 3 days - and the rain tends to come in sudden downpours and violent thunderstorms rather than extended drizzle. There's no need to avoid the monsoon rains in Bangalore, as they are not severe enough to disrupt activities. April to August is the hottest time in Bangalore. As you progress through the summer months, the humidity increases, and the rain begins in earnest in July and August, with around 6 inches of rain in each of those months, ahead of the September monsoon.