Tuesday, February 22, 2011
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia, Baroda 3.30pm, Eventhough sunny, sky scattered with high cirrus clouds!!!
The present Thunder showers for Tamilnadu and S. Karnataka will cease from 24-Feb... and showers will continue till 27-Feb for Kerala
N-Westerlies is having a break over N-W India and it may regain power around 25-Feb.
The present S-E wind along S-E peninsula will cease from Tonight... and a High pressure Anti-cyclone will set over N-W Bay along Orissa
Today, Scattered rain/snowfall would occur over Jammu and Kashmir today and increase thereafter
The chief amounts of rainfall (2 cm and above) recorded at 0830 hrs IST of today are: Gannavaram and Punalur 6 each, Thiruvanathapuram, Kakinada and Machilipatnam 5 each, Ongole and Vellore4 each, Narsapur, Nandigama, Kavali, Chennai, Tirupathi, Bangalore and Vishakhaptnam 2 each.
Chennai - Yesterday night... Rainfall amount .. Meenambakkam 22.1 mm and Nungambakkam 6 mm
Chennai - Scattered showers around now .. 2:53pm, No rain yet in Pallavaram zone after yesterday night's strong thunder shower.
"2 Showers has lashed so far (2:40pm) " ... Report from Tirunelveli (S. Tamilnadu)
Global forecasts favour a situation where northwest India, east-central India, the east coast and the southern peninsula staying wet through the week to sign off February.
The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts finds scope for yet another “active” western disturbance around February 26.
In the east and south, residual moisture in east India and accretions fanned by southeasterlies from the Bay of Bengal could feed thunderstorms during this week.
The US National Centres for Environmental Prediction is also in agreement with this outlook.
Meanwhile, an India Meteorological Department (IMD) update said that northwest India and east and east-central India have already been brought under the influence of a sustaining string of thundershowers. Thundershowers enveloped the plains of northwest and even marched into east and east-central India with localised heavy rainfall being reported from isolated places in the region during the 24 hours ending Monday evening.
Scattered rain or snowfall occurred over Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh and isolated over Uttarakhand ahead of the arrival of an “active” western disturbance from across the border on Tuesday.
Widespread rainfall has been reported from Orissa while it was fairly widespread over Haryana, east Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh.
It was scattered over Punjab, east Rajasthan, Gangetic West Bengal and Vidarbha.
The fresh “active” western disturbance would affect western Himalayan region from Tuesday onwards and the plains of northwest India mainly from Wednesday to Saturday. A weather warning issued by the IMD said that isolated thunder squalls or hailstorms may occur over Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Gangetic West Bengal, Jharkhand and north Andhra Pradesh until Tuesday evening.
The weather will shift gradually to south India, with an outlook valid until Saturday saying that scattered rain or thundershowers would occur over Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Rayalaseema and south Karnataka.
Due to east breeze, Mumbai high at 34.5c today till 1.30 pm reading. By early evening winds will shift to Northerly and Temperature expected to fall sharply, to 25c by 8 pm tonite.
Mumbai day temperature rises. 34c at 12.40 pm Tuesday. East wind at 9 kmph.
Chennai - Low Cloud formation will start again from 9 am and there's more chance of another round of rain before 1pm.
Presently its cloudy over N. Tamilnadu and it's clearing up in Chennai.
RT @saisowsen: @weatherofindia had good showers during the night at pallikaranai (Chennai)
Today also CAPE factor continued to be high along S. Andhra, Tamilnadu and S. Kerala... so more Thunder showers expected.