Chennai - 7:44pm, heavy rain for the past 20 min in chromepet zone
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Monsoon expected to push inland towards #delhi from East after 4-Jul !
in next 24hrs, Heavy rain forecast for Orissa, S.Chatisgarh.. and T.showers to continue for N,E. Maharastra.. http://ow.ly/i/JDrI
E.India to get into rains again from 3-Jul
There's NO Western disturbance till 6-Jul and beyond ... almost coming to an END of it!
RT @polkhol: @SufiyanaSoul awesome rain in mumbai... mausam is superb yaar. ... (2:02pm)
@nakulparameswar >> Monsoon for #Delhi after 6-Jul
#chennai - 1:23pm, the ground level gusts from West is almost coming to a stop.. signs of Sea breeze setting in.
1pm North HOT !! Varanasi = 43.0°C , #Delhi = 42.0°C, Lucknow = 41.0°C, Amristar = 40.0°C
Today, vertical velocity over S,central Andhra, N.Tamilnadu, #chennai is high ... evening T.showers possible again .. http://ow.ly/i/JDh7
Today, Arabian sea monsoon current is getting strong along Karnataka & Maharastra coast.. http://ow.ly/i/JDel
Both Arabian Sea & Bay wing of Monsoon to get very strong from 2-Jul .. Good signs .. http://ow.ly/i/JDeE
On 1-Jul, an inland low level circulation is expected to pop over N.Chatisgarh, Jharkand & Bengal .. and move W-N-W... http://ow.ly/i/JDfi
Friday, June 29, 2012
RT @aghorii: @weatherofindia @TOIHyderabad Telegana and costal Andhra have recieved normal rains till now,
RT @devsingh911: @weatherofindia rains lash hyd http://t.co/ilmm5UjQ
RT @ravi_2kpp: Dark black clouds in sholinganallur, Chennai @ 18:00 (29/06/2012) @weatherofindia http://t.co/82dfVrbk
#chennai - 6:23pm, a strong shower is inching towards W,S-W suburbs of city .. now around 40km away from city.
Till 2-Jul, Heavy & widespread rains will continue for S.Maharastra coast, Goa, Karnataka coast and N.Kerala.. http://ow.ly/i/JsdM
Meanwhile, T.showers expected for entire interior Maharastra, S.Chatisgarh, Orissa, isolated over N.Karnataka,N. Andhra http://ow.ly/i/JsdM
From 2-Jul, Heavy & widespread rains to break in over E,central.Maharastra, Chatisgarh,N,N-E.Andhra and Orissa .. http://ow.ly/i/JsfP
Less rain forecast for E.India and entire N-E states till 1-Jul, and pickup after that.
The last of the present W.D over Kashmir will last another 12 hrs.. and NO more W.D expected till 5-Jul
Offshore trough along S-W coast persists and it's expected to deepen from today .. http://ow.ly/i/Js4Z
Today, a weak circulation can be seen along #Mumbai ... so far No rains for Mumbai, S.Konkan getting showers.. http://ow.ly/i/Js7F
A fresh UAC can be seen over N-E.Bay.. http://ow.ly/i/Js7F
The monsoon current is expected to pickup along S-W coast (Arabian sea) and very strong over Bay from tomorrow.. http://ow.ly/i/Js9M
Today, a medium level circulation can be seen over S.Maharastra and adjoining N.Karnataka... http://ow.ly/i/Jsbk
RT @shanpati: @weatherofindia NO RAINS SINCE YESTERDAY MORNING ... #Mumbai (9:56am)
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Chennai Rains today
Meenambakkam – 35 mm
Guindy (Anna University) – 27
Kea Weather (Nungambakkam) – 25
Taramani – 23
Kolapakkam – 19
Nungambakkam - 18
Ennore – 15
Sholiganallur (Sathyabama University) – 13
Kattupakkam (Guduvancheri) – 9
RT @devarya: Rain is upon Chennai @weatherofindia http://t.co/Wqe2UdvH (5:42pm)
#chennai - 6:08pm, Heavy rain continues now over Pallavaram zone. This is continuing for the past 45min
RT @thisismmk: @weatherofindia Near Velachery MRTS http://t.co/Ksdooms9 (6:08pm)
RT @deepak_eshwar: #firstrains #chennai as from the #marina #beach @weatherofindia http://t.co/kmDD47fj (6:13pm)
Chennai - rain started over pallavaram zone 5:23pm
RT @shanbhagsheetal: @weatherofindia Finally light rain showers in #BGRd #Bangalore. I am loving this #weather & the smell of soil (4:38pm)
Showers over E.India and entire N-E states will be on lower side from today till 30-Jun.. and will pickup after 1-Jul. http://ow.ly/i/JgGC
#chennai - after a rainy yesterday evening for most parts of city, today till 2pm its HOT & mostly Clear. Records 37.0°C at 1:40pm
#chennai - now 2:21pm, have ground level winds from S-E, getting ready for a strong setting of Sea breeze and possible T.showers after 4pm
Today also vertical velocities are high over S.Karnataka, S,Andhra & N.tamilnadu, #chennai .. T.showers expected again. http://ow.ly/i/JgIG
Monsoon current to get strong over Arabian sea and will reach entire West coast except Gujarat during next 3 days.. http://ow.ly/i/JgrZ
Today, N-N-E Bay has popped an UAC ... http://ow.ly/i/Jgsz
Today's UAC over N-N-E Bay will move West into N-central Bay and stay for next 2 days.. http://ow.ly/i/Jgxv
In next 2days, an UAC is expected along N.Maharastra coast .. this'll increase the rainfall for #Mumbai & Maharastra.. http://ow.ly/i/Jgxv
RT @atulgajbhiye: RT @ndtv: Mumbai roads, trains hit by heavy rain, more to come says met dept http://t.co/k7gbILz0 http://t.co/K79LphrH
RT @mandardeodhar3: Rain is trending in Mumbai >> Finally it's raining again in #Mumbai
#Mumbai - More heavy rains forecast till 30-Jun and beyond for City & entire Maharastra coast... http://ow.ly/i/JglV
On 27-Jun, highest maximum temperate of 44.3°C was recorded at Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh)
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
After Malvan in S.Konkan, it is Patgaon (1048 mms) in Maharashtra and Pernem (1156 mms) and Quepem (1034 mms) in Goa.Gaganbavda (Kolhapur) is at 890mms, while Amboli was 812 mms ( till 25th June).
The strength of the trough is really showing its might in the region with heavy rains persisting. 5-11 cms in the last 24 hrs have added to the totals. Rains remain weak in North Konkan.
The reasons for the divided rains are clear from this IMD chart, showing a weak trough off N.Konkan.
Mumbai had 1.6 mms at Colaba and no rai at S'cruz or at Vagaries. The off shore trough will remain in position till at least Saturday. A further weakening of the monsoon trough can possibly strengthen the trough off n.Konkan . It is resisted by lack of energy and momentum (weak MJO aided). Mumbai can still hold out hopes for some improved rainfall for Thursday.
Meanwhile, much needed rains are lashing Chennai now, Wednesday evening/night.Rainfall measured upto 7 mms till night.
The rainfall from cross Kerala has crept in thru western TN.
Chennai - a super shower is now 5:30pm crossing or goin to cross tambaram
#chennai - a good shower is approaching W,S-W Suburbs in another 15 to 30 min
COLA models suggest that the expected 28-Jun circulation over N.Bay may be a weak one at low levels !!.. http://ow.ly/i/J5An
29-Jun will pop a moderate UAC over N-central Bay .. http://ow.ly/i/J5Bf
Tomorrow, the offshore trough along S-W coast may pop a weak UAC along S.Maharastra coast.. http://ow.ly/i/J5BX
RT @bandra_local: The rain is belting down in goa! The train ride is going to be *facepalm* (10:49am)
11am, Heavy showers seen along Goa, Karnataka coast, and kerala .. http://ow.ly/i/J5za
RT @aknarendranath: Less than normal rains in over 70% of country - The Times of India http://t.co/AQSIsnXR @weatherofindia
RT @rajugana: Bangalore 4.30pm, 26-jun, Cloudy sky, drizzle in some places. Dark clouds but not enough for rain, a pic http://t.co/TbmxQAUL
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
On Tuesday, Meaningfull resurging of the off shore trough along the west coast was limited to S.Konkan and Coastal Karnataka. Precipitation along the Karnataka coast (Honavar 42 mms penetrated inland resulting in much awaited rainfall in N.I.Karnataka on Tuesday evening. Bijapur, Bagalkot, Raichur (24 mms), and Bellary are receiving good rainfall while moderate rains are seen in Hubli, Gadag and surrounding regions.
Coastal rains from Kerala are also moving into the Nilgiri Districts of TN. West TN may see some rains next 2 days (mentioned in vagaries' forecast map of Monday).
Coastal AP forecast remains as per Map.
In South Konkan, Ratnagiri is getting moderate rains, while Panjim guaged up 19 mms till 5.30pm Tuesday.
But, N.Konkan got nominal and scattered rainfall. Though heavy in few pockets, overall the day (Tuesday) saw thundershowers in a few places inland, and showers ranging from 5-25 mms in the day. Was expecting better rains in N.Konkan, including Mumbai Region on Tuesday/Wednesday.
Conditions for evening showers are good from today evening till month end, for S.Karnataka, #Bangalore , S.Andhra, N.Tamilnadu and #Chennai
Vertical velocities over S.Karnataka, S.Andhra, N.Tamilnadu and #Chennai will be high on 26,27-Jun.. showers possible. http://ow.ly/i/IW0L
N-central Bay will pop an UAC on 28-Jun and it'll move West towards Orissa coast ... http://ow.ly/i/IVXh
On 29/30-Jun, Both Bay & Arabian sea will have an UAC.. Arabian sea UAC will be along Karnataka,Goa coast ... http://ow.ly/i/IVXP
Showers for S.Chatisgarh, Orissa, N,N-E Andhra will last for another 24hrs and then go down till 29-Jun.. http://ow.ly/i/IVRH
The last of the present active W.D will leave some scattered showers for Haryana, Himachal, Uttarakand, #Delhi & W.UP from today till 28-Jun
RT @nivi15: A weird weather in Mumbai...rain and sun at regular intervals! Full confusion (1:53pm)
1:30pm, Heavy & widespread rains seen along entire Karnataka coast, S,central Maharastra coast and N,central Kerala.. http://ow.ly/i/IVPo
@afc4lyfe @nivi15 @hsadhvani >> Heavy rain forecast for #Mumbai and entire Maharastra coast from today evening!
Heavy & widespread rains for Maharastra coast, #Mumbai , and Karnataka (rain already started) from today till month end. http://ow.ly/i/IVQr
Jowai has got 200 and 224 mm rainfall in 2 days.
Nongostin has got 266 and 172 mm rainfall in 2 days
27-06-2012 - 222 mm
2. Past 48 hrs rainfall - 994 mm
27-06-2012 - 222 mm
26-06-2012 - 772 mm
27-06-2012 - 222 mm
27-06-2012 - 222 mm
27-06-2012 - 222 mm
3.Chebri, Tripura – 16.06.12 – 411 mm
4.Cherrapunji, Meghlaya – 09.06.12 – 396 mm
5.Malvan, Maharashtra – 19.06.12 – 386 mm
6.Khowai, Tripura – 16.06.12 – 369 mm
7.Dapoli, Maharahtra – 18.06.12 – 337 mm
8.Kayamkulam, Kerala – 05.05.12 – 334 mm
9.Gossaigaon, Assam – 26.06.12 – 330 mm
10.Kokrajhar, Assam – 26.06.12 – 320 mm
11.Dhubri, Assam – 16.06.12 – 315 mm
12..Falakata, West Bengal – 17.06.12 – 312 mm
Monday, June 25, 2012
The IMD is reduced to a butt of jokes. Two years in a row, they failed to predict the monsoon. During 2010-2011 monsoon season, they got the forecast wrong, failing to anticipate a looming La Nina. The next year, again they missed factoring in the re-emergence of a second year La Nina and ended up with mud on their faces.Last week the IMD revised their May forecast last week. While their forecast of a “normal” monsoon [(viz. 96-104% of Long Period Average (LPA)] remains unchanged, rainfall shortfall is now forecasted at 4% of Long Period Average (LPA), instead of an estimated 1% earlier in May. This makes their latest forecast a downgrade of their first in May this year.The probability for a below average monsoon [viz 90-96% of LPA] increases by a whopping 9% while those of a normal monsoon decreased 5% from their May forecast. Since the IMD model possesses a statistical model error rate of + 5%, there is now theoretically, almost an equal probability for a below-average and a normal monsoon occurring this year.
Can they put their infamous past behind and hit a bulls-eye this year? Most probably yes!
The weak offshore trough along S-W coast persists.. it's expected to deepen from 29-Jun.
@shanbhagsheetal >> #Bangalore - Evening sharp showers are possible again from 27-Jun.. as the Arabian sea monsoon picks strength.
#Chennai - having a windy, High cloud cover day.. now having a breeze from S-E. Records 37.0°C at 2:10pm
For next 24hrs, Heavy rain forecast for N,N-E Andhra, Orissa and S.Chatisgarh ... http://ow.ly/i/IKDt
RT @kaymenon: Not a trace of cloud over Trivandrum! No rain in last 24 hours! We are (back to) enjoying summer! Join us for sun n' sea :)
Arabian sea wing of Monsoon to get started again from tomorrow .. and it's expected to be at its best till 2-Jul.. http://ow.ly/i/IKEm
The circulation over N-E states will persist till 27-Jun. More heavy rain for this zone till month end and beyond!
Next N.Bay circulation is expected to pop on 28-Jun.. and move W-N-W .. http://ow.ly/i/IKB6
Entire Maharastra coast, #Mumbai , KArnataka coast to get heavy rains in next 24hrs till 30-Jun.. http://ow.ly/i/IKBL
RT @astromandaar: Here west suburb of #Mumbai Sun n Rain playing hide n seek (10:08am)
Sunday, June 24, 2012
- Cherrapunji (Meghalaya) - 1975
- Kumargram (West Bengal) - 1135
- Falakata (West Bengal) - 1110
- Malvan (Maharashtra) - 1080
- Chepan (West Bengal) - 1000
- Agumbe (Karnataka) - 990
- Shirali (Karnataka) - 965
- Coochbehar (West Bengal) - 930
- Gokarna (Karnataka) - 920
- Kollur (Karnataka) - 920
- Udupi (Karnataka) - 900
- Patgaon (Maharashtra) - 890
- Pernem (Goa) - 885
- Barobhisha (West Bengal) - 870
- Panjim (Goa) - 865
- Gaganbawda (Maharashtra) - 820
- Karkala (Karnataka) - 810
- Mayabunder (Andaman & Nicobar Islands) - 805
- Dhubri (Assam) - 800
- Hasimara (West Bengal) -795
- Dabolim (Goa) - 795
- Gazoldoba (West Bengal) - 790
- Vadakara (Kerala) - 785
- Vengurla (Maharashtra) - 785
- Mapusa (Goa) - 775
- Mormugao (Goa) - 770
- Honavar (Karnataka) - 760
- Buxaduar (West Bengal) - 750
- Karwar (Karnataka) - 735
- Gangtok (Sikkim) - 730
- Passighat (Arunachal Pradesh) - 725
- Dodamarg (Maharashtra) - 720
- Panambur (Karnataka) - 710
- Dapoli (Maharashtra) - 710
- Quepem (Goa) - 700
- Devgad (Maharashtra) - 700
- Silchar (Assam) - 700
- Nagarkata (West Bengal) - 700
- Chinnakallar (Tamil Nadu) - 700
- Siddapura (Karnataka) - 700
- Diana (West Bengal) - 700
- Enamakkal (Kerala) - 700
For more stats visit - http://tamilnaduweatherman.blogspot.com
Tamil Nadu SWM Toppers from 1.6.12 to 24.6.12
Chinna Kallar (Coimbatore) - 700 mm
Sholayar (Coimbatore) - 510
Valparai (Coimbatore) - 470
Devala (Nilgris) - 450
Upper Bhavani (Nilgris) - 380
- Sikkim and Sub Himalayan west Bengal is EXCESS by 22% by receiving 463.1mm rainfall
- Arunachal Pradesh Normal by 2% by receiving 395.6mm rainfall
- Assam & Mehalaya received 377.0 mm rainfall
- Odissa is NORMAL by [-]5% by receiving 148.5mm rainfall
- Konkan & Goa is normal by [-]15% by receiving 413.0 mm rainfall
- Surprisingly VIDARBA is also Normal by say [-]1% by receiving 110.6mm rain
- whereas Coastal Karnataka is normal just by [-]13% with rainfall 560.9 mm
- Other remaining areas of INDIA are terribly in either deficient or scanty category
|Courtesy: Mauritius Meteorological Service.|
|Courtesy: Australian Bureau of Meteorology|
- The Nino 3.4 region that is the region between Five degree South latitude to Five Degree North Latitude and 170-120 Degree West which confines to mainly western Pacific Ocean is relatively warmer.
- The SST South of cape Comorin in Indian Ocean is very low. But this will improve later.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
RT @Kaymenon: @weatherofindia Pitter-patter #rain across Trivandrum in last 48hrs! Nothing to rave about, though :)
Chennai - 2:28pm very hot and humid. Now having good preliminary t.cell formations ..signs of early t.shower
#chennai - now 1:44pm, having good signs of Sea breeze. A low level breeze from S-E has set in already.
Fresh upper level circulation will pop over N-E.Bay on 28-Jun and will move towards Orissa coast.
RT @arunpillai666: Its a pleasant sunny day in #palakkad, #kerala.. no sign of monsoons or rain clouds... (10:49am)
Showers along entire S-W coast will be on lower side till evening of 25-Jun and increase thereafter .. http://ow.ly/i/Iyx4
Today, there's a weak UAC seen over Gujarat and W.Madhyapradesh.. it's expected to die in another 24hrs.. http://ow.ly/i/IyzF
Today, Another UAC seen over N-W.Arabian sea and another over N-Central. Pakistan ... http://ow.ly/i/IyzF
Pre-monsoon T.showers to start ALL along foot hills of Himalayas from 26-Jun ... http://ow.ly/i/IyAB
Due to the persisting circulation, HEAVY and widespread rain will continue over Entire E.India, Bangladesh and N-E.states till 26-Jun.
On 22-Jun, highest maximum temperature of 45.3°C was recorded at Churu (Rajasthan)
Friday, June 22, 2012
The UAC persists over N-Central Arabian sea, this'll not move anywhere but it'll vanish on 25-Jun.. http://ow.ly/i/In8Z
The off-shore trough along S-W peninsula coast is expected to deepen on 25-Jun..and this is good for next monsoon wave. http://ow.ly/i/In9X
Heavy monsoon showers will pickup along S-W peninsula coast from evening of 25-Jun.. http://ow.ly/i/In1v
Rain for Maharastra coast, #Mumbai will start again from 26-Jun ... http://ow.ly/i/In1v
Showers along E.India will go down from 25-Jun, while Heavy & widespread rain will Continue over entire N-E states till June end.
The circulation is expected to move North into Bihar and die around 25-Jun... http://ow.ly/i/ImYv
Moisture push can be seen well into Gujarat and even reaching S.Rajasthan and W.Madhyapradesh.. T.showers possible till 25/26-Jun
N,N-E. Bay may pop another monsoon circulation around 28-Jun .. http://ow.ly/i/ImZe
#Delhi - records 41.0°C at 12pm while #Bangalore records 28.0°C at 12:30pm !
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia; Monsoon skies from air...somewhere near Bangalore... a pic http://t.co/aiQivbG1
RT @rajugana: Bangalore 10.00am, Cloudy, cool n pleasant.. Y.day T.Clouds formation in the eve but no rain ..a pic http://t.co/ZwMJUNwQ
RT @altruist_s: Wow, awesome climate. I came home for this.... it's raining @ Trivandrum :-) :-) (11:42am)
RT @vipuljain: Surprisingly no rain. God's own country, kochi, Kerala. (@ Domestic Terminal) http://t.co/XjiTvCdu (9:46am)
RT @shanpati: Live from #Massoorie. Beautiful and absolutely amazing weather! Thick blanket of fog/clouds... Temp around 21 degree. 9:05am
But, the Break Monsoon" status quo continues in the Peninsula and Western India. It will be negligible rains in West MP, Gujarat, Interior Maharashtra and the NW states till Monday, 25th.
Strong Dusty Westerly winds would sweep Gujarat, Rajasthan and parts of NW India Saturday thru Monday.
With the trough remaiming weak off the West coast, and the trough in the North in its Northern most position, this status quo for the region, and the west coast will continue to get meagre rainfall at least till Sunday/Monday, 24/25th.
We could see the off shore trough in the west strengthening from Tuesday. 26th, to some extent.
The Southern States of TN, interior Karnataka and complete AP, will see no meaningfull increase in rains till Tueday 25th (at least). Temperatures expected to rise to over 40c again from Sunday thru Monday in Coastal AP as the region gets strong West winds, blowing out in the Sea.
More on http://rajesh26.blogspot.com
Thursday, June 21, 2012
#Bangalore can expect localized sharp showers (or) T.showers after 4pm everyday from Today till June end.
Vertical velocity along N.Tamilnadu, S.Karnataka & S.Andhra is going to be on higher side till 23-Jun, showers expected. http://ow.ly/i/IdJZ
#chennai - 3:40pm, having good sea breeze upto 0.3km above sea level and preliminary T-cell formations seen now!
RT @shanpati: @weatherofindia in #Delhi today! Temp is 38 degree but feels like 45 degree. Extremely hot and dry! (3:22pm)
Today, the N.Bay circulation has strengthened and moving inland thru S.Bengal and N-E.Odisha .. http://ow.ly/i/Ide0
The N.Bay circulation is expected to be Fully inland by 22-Jun and will stay over Bihar, E.Uttarpradesh till 25/26-Jun. http://ow.ly/i/Idj8
Circulation will push Monsoon upto E.Uttarpradesh by 23-Jun and Very heavy widespread showers possible over entire East India till 26-Jun
Very heavy & widespread rain for entire E.India from today ... http://ow.ly/i/Idkw till 26-Jun.. http://ow.ly/i/IdkZ
RT @kaymenon: @weatherofindia #Rain eludes Trivandrum yet for another day! Sunny, dry like summer! Hope the night sees some rain.(20-Jun)
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 10.50am, Sunny, and windy, with passing clouds.
On 20-Jun, highest maximum temperature of 45.1°C was recorded at Amritsar (Punjab)
The off shore trough at mean sea level from south Konkan coast to Kerala coasts persists.
#chennai - records 38.0°C at 1:10pm with scattered clouds & strong winds from S-W continue.
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Wednesday, June 20, 2012
On 19-Jun, highest maximum temperature of 44.6°C was recorded at Sriganganagar (Rajasthan)
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 11.45am, Sunny, humid & hot.. No rain for the past 3 days.. Wonders where is the monsoon ???
10:30am, ALL calm along S-W coast.. except for some heavy rain over Kerala, While N.Bay circulation is moving inland.. http://ow.ly/i/I2ol
Yesterday, monsoon has progress even more into E.India .. http://ow.ly/i/I2p8
RT @arunpillai666: Its cloudy and overcast in Kalladikode #Palakkad,#kerala.. surely looks to rain hard in afternoon.. (11:02am)
RT @mumbairealtime: Govt to send rain alert SMS http://t.co/iY6beJmq #mumbainews
Yesterday's N.Bay low circulation is moving inland into S.Bengal and S.Bangladesh .. http://ow.ly/i/I2qB
N.Bay circulation is expected to push upto E.Uttarpradesh and be live till 23-Jun.. this'll further push Monsoon .. http://ow.ly/i/I2rs
- Cherrapunji, Meghlaya - 09.06.12 - 396 mm
- Malvan, Maharashtra - 19.06.12 - 386 mm
- Khowai, Tripura - 16.06.12 - 369 mm
- Dapoli, Maharahtra - 18.06.12 - 337 mm
- Dhubri, Assam - 16.06.12 - 315 mm
- Falakata, West Bengal - 17.06.12 - 312 mm
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Chennai - strong drizzle now 7pm over south suburb Polichalur
Chennai - suburbs getting ready to host a t.shower 6:53pm
850hpa approx. 1500m Above Sea Level
700hpa approx. 3000m Above Sea Level
500hpa approx. 5500m Above Sea Level
300hpa approx. 10km Above Sea Level
200hpa approx. 12km Above Sea Level