Wednesday, February 09, 2011
7pm, Today as well isolated rain over S. Kerala... Kashmir gets snow and rain... Rain over S-W Srilanka ... http://ow.ly/i/7Zmk
Posted by Rakesh R at 8:19:00 PM
Next strong westerlies will start to blow over West and N-W India from 11-Feb... and will stay beyond 16-Feb.
Posted by Rakesh R at 6:16:00 PM
Some rain fell over S. Kerala on 8-Feb.
Posted by Rakesh R at 6:13:00 PM
Chennai - Another COLD and CLEAR night and morning ahead.
Posted by Rakesh R at 6:12:00 PM
Chennai - had a deep blue sky day, with near absolute ZERO low cloud formation ... max. temp 28.0 C (2:05pm) and COLD morning 18.7C (6:28am)
Posted by Rakesh R at 6:11:00 PM
Tamilnadu coast may have S-E wind from 15-Feb... this'll increase the day and night temperature.
Posted by Rakesh R at 5:04:00 PM
Windy conditions for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar for another 12 hrs.
A month after flooding killed 43 people and displaced over a million residents, torrential rains once again pummeled Sri Lanka. By February 6, 2011, rain had fallen for six consecutive days, forcing a quarter of a million people into government relief camps. Authorities confirmed eight deaths and listed two more people as missing, according to Deutsche Presse-Agentur.
This map shows rainfall amounts over Sri Lanka February 1 through 7, 2011. The heaviest rainfall—more than 600 millimeters (24 inches)—appears in dark blue. The lightest rainfall—less than 75 millimeters (3 inches)—appears in light green. Although the heaviest precipitation occurs offshore, significant rainfall extends over the entire island.
This image is based on data from the Multisatellite Precipitation Analysis produced at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, which estimates rainfall by combining measurements from many satellites and calibrating them using rainfall measurements from the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite.