Friday, September 09, 2011
RT @malhotramona: @weatherofindia mumbai cooler than yday
The two major wind passes in southern Tamilnadu, especially in Kanyakumari and Tirunelveli districts are Aralvoimozhi and Shencottai passes. During SWM period, that is during June to September period south-westerly winds with greater force is blowing along the foot hills of western ghats situated in these two districts. In Muppanthal [at Aralvaoimozhi pass] wind mills are generating electrical energy. But wind energy adjacent to the dam sites are not tapped. Right from Papanasam dam there are several major dams namely Manimuthar, Gadana, Ramanadhi, Adavi naynar, Gundar, Karupanathi etc. During SWM period wind is blowing with enormous force. While dams are meant for production of hydro electricity, neither TNPWD nor TNEB is considering these dam sites for the production of wind based electricity. Government of Tamilnadu can consider installing wind mills with Public-Private participation and can tap electricity from the wind energy hitherto wasted in all dam sites. This electric energy can be fed to TNEB grids and this will help reduce the energy deficiencies in both the districts
By Kaneyen - September 09, 2011
IMD :: Monsoon would be active over Gangetic West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Orissa in association with the low pressure during next 48 hours.
As the LOW will move from East to West.. entire central India will have heavy rain till 13-Sep.
Monsoon showers along entire S-W peninsula will be on lower side from 13-Sep
More afternoon T.showers forecast for S.Andhra coast, N-E.Tamilnadu and Chennai.. for next 48hrs and beyond. Rainfall may rise aftr 15-Sep
Today, very high vertical velocity can be seen along S.Andhra coast and Chennai ... so today as well evening T.showers possible for Chennai