Thursday, April 26, 2012

RT @sid50cent: Showers lash Delhi, good weather to continue
RT @manojvilayil: @weatherofindia drizzling in nooranad, Kerala (8:31pm)
RT @aknarendranath: @weatherofindia Raining in Delhi. (7:38pm) .. 6:30pm, Fresh T.cells seen over S-W.Maharastra and Gulf Mannar.
6:30pm, Heavy T.showers over N,N-E.Andhra, Central Kerala, Central Karnataka, N.Tamilnadu...
RT @anupshaji: Heavy rain here...#Kottayam Kerala (6:11pm)
RT @aknarendranath: @weatherofindia Another pic for you.. Delhi 3:27pm
Showers in Ludhiana, Punjab ... (2:58pm)
RT @aknarendranath: @weatherofindia overcast skies and drizzle in Delhi. (3:16pm)
RT @filterednews: India launches first all-weather satellite -BBC News
RT @aknarendranath: @weatherofindia Drizzling. Photo being uploaded. Delhi (3:10pm)
"Seasonal LOW" over N-W India may be delayed due to more Western Disturbances !! ...
Rainfall data due to this present LOW ...

"Seasonal LOW" over N-W India may be delayed !!

Northwest India witnessed overnight rainfall at a few places over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, east Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday.
Combined with the outlook for another weather-making western disturbance, this rules out any immediate scope of extreme heating to begin in the region.
This would also delay the formation of the ‘seasonal heat low.’ This formation is responsible for pulling in the monsoon current from the southwest.
Latest global forecast indicates that ‘sustained and purposeful’ heating would begin by only the second week of May.
This is based on the assumption that the frequency of contra-indicative western disturbances would wind down by that time.
But models suggest that the mercury may not peak to a level where it could trigger dreaded heat waves in any part of the country.
Searing heat waves are a usual occurrence in northwest India as well as central and east-central India during this time of the year.
Extreme heating of this kind is what helps put the right temperature/pressure gradient into place relative to the ocean. The monsoon rides this gradient from the southwest.
PSLV-C19 puts India’s first radar imaging satellite into orbit...
RT @aknarendranath: @weatherofindia Dust storm in Delhi. (2:29pm)

Rainfall data due to this present LOW

Heavy rainfall data till 8:30am, 26-Apr-2012
Pakala (Chittur dt) 13, Cherthala (Alapuzha dt), Thodupuzha (Idukki dt), Begur (Chamrajnagara dt) and Bangarpet (Kolar dt) 10 each, Kodungalaur (Thrissur dt), Aluva (Ernakulam dt) and Dharapuram (Tiruppur dt) 9 each, Seetharamapuram (Nellore dt) and Dudda (Hassan dt) 8 each  and Kochi Airport, Tiptur (Tumkur dt), Belur (Hassan dt) and Sorab (Shimoga dt) 7 each.

and here's the Rainfall map till 8:30am, 26-Apr-2012.
Taken from IMD

On 25-Apr, highest maximum temperature of 42.3°C was recorded at Bramhapuri and Chandrapur (Maharashtra)
Showers seen near Kanchipuram at 11:30am
RT @rshivaag: @weatherofindia unfortunately clear sky from 10 AM .. over Tuticorin.
A weak W.D is nearing W,N-W Kashmir... showers expected to increase in another 24hrs
Widespread showers forecast for Kerala, S, coastal Karnataka and Tamilnadu in next 36 hrs
FNMOC is tracking the circulation as "91A" and it locates it at 10.2N, 75.2E
5:30am, COLA suggests the circulation is still over Gulf of Mannar and extending upto S-E corner Arabian sea along S.kerala coast.
Circulation still persists over Gulf of Mannar ...
RT @_614221684683: rain in kerala (good collection of pics)
RT @rshivaag: Cloudy over night and raining now in tuticorin. Seems it may continue for halfday. As it is NOT heavy but steady. (8:30am)
RT @saifarash: 10am-It's raining and cool here-a road view from Eranjimavu-#Maappuram Kozhikode Dist. border- Kerala
Low slips into Arabian Sea as 91A..follow up progress on Indian  Weatherman and Vagaries.