Monday, April 30, 2012
Some Severe HEAT coming up for entire India from 3-May .. http://ow.ly/i/B29r
TAMIL NADU AND PUDUCHERRY:
Tiruvalangadu (Tiruvalllur dt) and Hosur (Krishnagiri dt) 5 each , Polur (Tiruvannamalai dt) 4, Uthagamandalam (AWS), Ambur (Vellore dt) and Tiruvannamalai 2 each and Chengam (Tiruvannamalai dt), Kalavai (AWS), Alangayam and Vaniyambadi (both Vellore dt), Chinna Kallar (Coimbatore dt), Tirutani, Tiruvalllur, Poondi (Tiruvallur dt), Kuzhithurai (Kanyakumari dt), Valparai , Madurai Airport and Andipatti (Theni dt) 1 each.
Rajampet and Satyavedu (both Cuddapah dt) 6 each, Srungavarapukotta (Vizianagaram dt) 5, Palamner and Pakala (Chittur dt) 4 each, Vuyuru (A) and Gudivada (both Krishna dt), Bobbili (Vizianagaram dt) and Suryapet (Nellore dt) 3 each, Tada , Udayagiri and Miryalaguda (all Nellore dt), Tiruvuru (Krishna dt), Gannavaram, Venkatagirikota , Puttur and Punganur (all Chittur dt) and Khammam 2 each and Vinjamur and Seetharamapuram (both Nellore dt), Yerragondapalem (Prakasam dt), Porumamilla (Cuddapah dt) and Aswaropet (A) (Krishna dt) 1 each.
Chintamani 7, M.M.Hills (Chamrajnagara dt) and Kolar 3 each and Sidlaghatta (Chickbalapur dt) 1.
Kozhikode Airport and Kochi Airport 7 each, Mavelikara (Alapuzha dt) 6, Piravom (Ernakulam dt), Mancompu and Chenganur (both Alapuzha dt) and Tiruvananthapuram City 5 each, Varkala (Tiruvananthapuram dt) 4, Aluva and Perumbavur (both Ernakulam dt), Kottayam, Thiruvalla (Pathnamthitta dt), Tiruvananthapuram Airport and Nedumangadu (Tiruvananthapuram dt) 3 each, Chalakudy (Thrissur dt), Alapuzha and Thodupuzha (Idukki dt) 2 each and Quilandy (Kozhikode dt), Perinthalamanna and Angadipuram (both Malappuram dt), Kodungalur (Thrissur dt), CIAL Kochi, Kayamkulam , Cherthala and Haripad (all Alapuzha dt), Kumarakom (Kottayam dt), Peermadu and Munnar (both Idukki dt) and Kollam 1 each.
|The Mighty Pacific Ocean|
Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world. It covers nearly 28% of global surface and of course larger than the land area of the globe. It stretches between Southern ocean in the Deep South, to Asia, Australia and to major portions of western hemisphere. The Sun shine over the Pacific and the clockwise (anticlockwise) sea gyrations in Northern (Southern) hemisphere Pacific have an impact over global weather. The western Pacific exhibits monsoonal winds and becomes the major cause for rainfall In Asia. Similarly the heating of western Pacific influences the weather pattern in India. The sea surface temperature anomaly and station level pressure anomaly in the region between 5o N to 5o S and 150o W to 120o W and more precisely between 160o E to 150o W have a dramatic impact on Summer Monsoon Rainfall in India. This tele connection was first discovered by Sir Albert Walker. Relatively strong intense heating in the far eastern portions of above mentioned region in Pacific Ocean during this April 2012 may play a dramatic role in Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall [ISMR]. The delay in developing “Heat Low” in Thar Desert region and far west desert / continental area may be attributed to this effect. Hence monitoring of SOI and SST (NINO) anomaly in the above mentioned region will help in prediction of ISMR.
By Kaneyen - April 30, 2012
The rainfall figures given are in mm (Top 25 places - minimum 400 mm upto 30.04.2012)
- Cherrapunji (Megahlaya) - 1417
- Anini (Arunachal Pradesh) - 1140
- Tuting (Arunachal Pradesh) -1080
- Silchar (Assam) - 870
- Tezu (Arunachal Pradesh) - 730
- Piravom (Kerala) - 680
- Manali (Himachal Pradesh) - 610
- Car Nicobar (Andaman & Nicobar Islands) - 590
- Gangtok (Sikkim) - 580
- Kochi AP (Kerala) - 532
- Kanjirappally (Kerala) - 530
- Passighat (Arunachal Pradesh) -530
- Tadong (Sikkim) - 510
- Nancowry (Andaman & Nicobar Islands) -490
- Dharmashala (Himachal Pradesh) - 450
- Punalur (Kerala) - 433
- Kailasahar (Tripura) - 430
- Dibrugarh (Assam) - 420
- Perunchani Dam (Tamil Nadu) - 400
- Kalpa (Himachal Pradesh) - 400
- Shillong (Meghalaya) - 400
- Pechiparai Dam (Tamil Nadu) - 400
By Pradeep - April 30, 2012
Radar shows rain over zones S,S-W of Chengelpet 1:45pm
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 1.50pm, Clear skies, Sunny, hot and humid..40C..Dryness in the air, and feeling the heat..
Present showers over Bangladesh, S.bengal and entire N-E states to continue till 6-May.. some showers over Bangladesh are going to be HEavy
Present W.D activity over N,N-W India will go down on 2-May... till then scattered showers forecast for Kashmir, Himachal & Punjab