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Bengaluru breaks 133-year-old Record of Highest Rainfall In June

Breaking the record of highest rainfall of June in 133 years, the Karnataka capital, Bengaluru recorded 111.1 mm rainfall on June 2. the last rainfall was with high record was seen on 16th June 1891.

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By Shreya Mirikar
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Breaking the record of highest rainfall of june in 133 years, the Karnataka capital,Bengaluru recorded 111.1 mm rainfall on June 2. the last rainfall was with high record was seen on 16th June,1891.

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 According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), June 2 witnessed the highest single-day rainfall in June in 133 years. They also confirmed the rainfall received on June 1 and June 2 alone - 140.7 mm - already crossed the monthly average for June.

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the North side is experiencing heatwave while Kerala have monsoons around the corner. IMD department has also gave a yellow sign for Delhi as it can experience heatwave in the day and light rains and thunderstrom in the late evening and night. Fatehpur in Uttar Pradesh was recorded as the hottest place in the country with a temprature of 46.2 degrees Celsius. The country's heatwave is likely to reduce over the next three days, according to the weather department on June 2.

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