Friday, May 28, 2010
GFS :: Arabian sea circulation will stay near Kerala for 2 days before moving North along the coast on 2-Jun... http://ow.ly/i/1N7i
Chennai - Today Sea breeze has set in early and temp. now 3:56pm is 34.7Â°C, compared to past 2 days, it was above 40 deg at this time
Chennai - Again records more than 40 deg C... 40.9Â°C (1:56pm)..
Conditions are becoming favorable for onset of Southwest monsoon over Kerala during next 3 to 4 days.
Rainfall occurred at most places over Lakshadweep and at a few places over Kerala and Coastal Karnataka . Isolated rainfall occurred over Tamil Nadu. Mainly dry weather prevailed over South Interior Karnataka and dry weather prevailed over Andhrapradesh and North Interior Karnataka.
The chief amounts of rainfall recorded in Centimetres are:
Kuzhithurai (Kanyakumari dt.) 6, Thalasssery (Kannur dt.) and Kottayam 4 each, Kannur and Vadakara (Kozhikode dt.) 3 each, Thiruvananthapuram Airport 2 and Thuckalay (Kanyakumari dt), Mulki (Dakshina Kannada dt.), Piravom (Ernakulam dt.), Mavelikara (Alapuzha dt.), Konni (Pathanamthitta dt.), Kollam, Aryankavu (Kollam dt.), Thiruvananthapuram, Nedumangad (Thiruvananthapuram dt.) and Kavarathi 1 each.
Heat wave conditions prevailed over parts of Telangana and central parts of Coastal Andhrapradesh.
On Wednesday , the maximum temperature rose appreciably at many places over North coastal Andhrapradesh, rose at many places over Kerala , fell at many places over Telengana, at one or two places over North interior Karnataka , North Coastal Tamilnadu and changed little elsewhere over the region.
They were appreciably to markedly above normal at many places over Telengana, at a few places over Coastal Andhrapradesh, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala, North Tamilnadu, at one or two places over Rayalaseema , above normal at a few places over rest Tamilnadu, at one or two places over coastal Karnataka, rest Kerala and were generally normal over rest of the region.
Ramagundam recorded the highest maximum temperature of 46 degree Celsius in the region.
Chennai - Temperature slowly peaking today .. 37.9Â°C at 12:21pm
Fall in maximum temperatures by 2-3Â°C over northwest and adjoining central India and parts of east India during next 2-3 days
Maximum temperatures have fallen by 2-5 Â°C over parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Assam, Meghalaya, North Rajasthan, Punjab and J&K
On 27-May, highest maximum temperature of 47.6Â°C was recorded at Bikaner (Rajasthan).
Conditions are becoming favourable for onset of southwest monsoon over Kerala during next 3-4 days
An upper air cyclonic circulation may form over southeast Arabian Sea during next 2-3 days
Nagercoil - had showers overnight again.
Western ghats over kuttallam
is active with thunder cells .. http://ping.fm/X9weW
On way from virudunagar to kovilpatti , we can see lots of mini thunder cells over western ghats. Meaning - showers over kerala!!