If you visit very old houses in Bangalore you will not find a hook for the fan. The weather was so good in Bangalore even in 1970s.
There was a time when Bangalore was called the “Garden City”, now it is the “IT City”. The greenery is being replaced by concrete all over the city.
Compared to other cities even today Bangalore has excellent weather but the temperature seems to be rising year by year. Highest temperature recorded are as follows,
May 22, 1931…38.9 degree Celsius (highest)
2000…37.7 degree Celsius
2001…35.3 degree Celsius
2002…36.5 degree Celsius
2003…37.6 degree Celsius
2004…34.6 degree Celsius
2005…37.4 degree Celsius
2006…37.0 degree Celsius
2007…35.8 degree Celsius
Raichur recorded the highest temperature in Karnataka with a temperature of 45.6 degree Celsius on May 23, 1928.
The average maximum temperature of North interior Karnataka is 37.9 degree Celsius, coastal Karnataka is 34.5 degree Celsius and Western Ghats is 27.5 degree Celsius.