- CHOLAVARAM – 93.5 cm
- REDHILLS – 89.1 cm
- PONNERI - 85.0 cm
- TAMARAIPAKKAM – 83.7 cm
- KORATTUR – 70.6 cm
- NUNGAMBAKKAM – 70.4 cm
- POONAMALEE - 67.7 cm
- MEENAMBAKKAM – 61.4 cm
- CHEMBARAM BAKKAM - 60.6 cm
- POONDI – 59.8 cm
- TADA - 54.0 cm
- MARINA – 53.4 cm
- SRIPERUMBUDUR - 53.1 cm
- GUINDY – 50.5 cm
- TAMBARAM - 47.6 cm
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
RT @chevid: @weatherofindia sky is dark with rain bearing clouds nd raining in Hyderabad .. 7:55pm
Chennai - Will have bright sun shine tomorrow... this is going to happen after 5 days..!!
Chennai - Sky clearing up..localized evening showers will commence after 2 days.
'LOW' moved in north direction relieving Chennai and adjoining North Coastal TN from the clutches of rain.
Chennai - Present 1:10pm temp is 27.2 C... Heavily cloudy and signs of cloud cover getting thin... More showers towards evening.
The present LOW & Circulation will persist along S. Andhra coast till evening of 26-Aug... so more showers expected for Chennai.
Heavy showers forecast for Maharastra coast from Thursday evening.. will last till Sunday, 29-Aug
RT @OCEANUSLIVE: Pakistan still critical & may deteriorate due more heavy monsoon rains, could last until end of Aug.
ECMWF sees the possibility of development of a follow-up low-pressure area over W-central Bay after this present one giving showers to TN
BoM expects to see the Indian monsoon getting re-invigorated with increased potential for tropical cyclone development from 30-Aug
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia, Baroda 11.00 am, after a brief sunny n hot days, rain lashed today morning. It is cloudy now.
Tropical Storm Mindulle hovered over the South China Sea, off the coast of Vietnam, in late August 2010. On August 23, 2010, the U.S. Navy’s Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) reported that Mindulle had maximum sustained winds of 50 knots (95 kilometers per hour) with gusts up to 65 knots (120 kilometers per hour). The JTWC stated that Mindulle was located roughly 135 nautical miles (250 kilometers) south-southwest of Hainan, and was expected to continue its path toward the west-northwest.
The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this natural-color image on August 23. Mindulle forms a giant swirl spanning hundreds of kilometers over the South China Sea, and clouds extend as far inland as Thailand.
The projected storm track released by the JTWC showed Mindulle making landfall along the coast of northern Vietnam late August 24 or early August 25, and diminishing over land.