Residents of Bangalore frequently talk about the city’s pleasant weather. The temperature here is mild and pleasant all year, with low humidity.
Bangalore is positioned in the southern peninsula’s middle. The Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal border the city on all sides. The Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal are India’s two monsoon branches. It is also referred to as the South-West monsoon and the North-East monsoon. Because of its centre location, Bangalore naturally enjoys the best of both monsoons. One arrives at the city in May, and the other in October.
Neighbouring states such as Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Odisha, which are near by and impacted by cyclones, provide Bangalore with spill-over rainfall. That is another reason why this city receives so much rain.