#chennai - sharp showers again now 8:14pm over Polichalur, S-S-W suburb of city
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Chennai - strong drizzle now 7pm over south suburb Polichalur
Posted by Rakesh R at 7:02:00 PM
Chennai - suburbs getting ready to host a t.shower 6:53pm
Posted by Rakesh R at 6:54:00 PM
RT @imarsh7: Continuous rain Day-3 and supercool weather #calicut #kerala (5:09pm)
Posted by Rakesh R at 5:19:00 PM
#chennai - 4:45pm, signs of Sea breeze from E-N-E
Posted by Rakesh R at 4:55:00 PM
Pa --> Pascal (unit)
1 hPa = 100 Pa
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
Tropical depression ‘Talim’ in South China Sea has intensified into a tropical storm (deep depression) this morning and seems to have a cast a spell on the Indian monsoon.
Rainfall amounts have dipped to single digits once again along the west coast, as is clear from the figures put out by India Meteorological Department.
And the northern limit of the monsoon has failed to advance beyond the alignment that precipitated the onset two days ago.
This alignment linked Veraval, Navsari, Akola, Brahmapuri, Kanker, Keonjhargarh, Midnapore, Burdwan, Malda and Baghdogra with Gangtok.
Latest forecasts indicate that ‘Talim’ might just graze the southeastern coast of China and enter into northwest Pacific on the trail of typhoon ‘Guchol.’
Meanwhile, ‘Guchol’ has already weakened into a nominal typhoon (cyclone) ahead of hitting central Japan later today.
‘Talim’ might go to retain its tropical storm status until the weekend without intensifying, leaving the door open for a resident circulation in the Bay of Bengal to hold on.
IMD expects this circulation to deepen as a low-pressure area over the next two days, and fuel monsoon’s journey into east India and the farming heartland.
The European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts sees the possibility of monsoon flows over the Arabian Sea resuming by the weekend.
The IMD assessed conditions as favourable for advance of monsoon into Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, and entire Maharashtra, Orissa, West Bengal, Sikkim and some parts of Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar during next three days.
Taken from http://www.thehindubusinessline.com
Posted by Rakesh R at 3:26:00 PM
RT @byasanand: Kerala has the most user-friendly public transport .. Buses with rain-protection shutters for passengers http://t.co/tL4gvdPV
Present W.D over Kashmir is moving East and it'll persist over Upper reaches of Kashmir till 23-Jun
Monsoon showers along S-W peninsula coast to go down from 21-Jun till 24-Jun.
HEAVY and widespread rain expected over Orissa, Chatisgarh, Bengal, Bihar and Jharkand from today due to circulation.. http://ow.ly/i/HSLn
Heavy & widespread showers are forecast for entire EAST India from today till 25-Jun and beyond.. http://ow.ly/i/HSM6
Heavy rains in the sub-Himalayan regions of W Bengal will continue thru this week
Extreme heat over Himachal. Kullu records 38c, Dharamsala 36c, Manali & Simla at 31c (+7c). Mussourie 31.6c (+8c) and Nainital at 30c
Posted by Rakesh R at 2:38:00 PM
Today, the low level circulation is over N.Bay along Bangladesh & Bengal coast .. http://ow.ly/i/HSrz
By 21-Jun, the N.Bay circulation will move N-W into Bengal, Jharkand and Bihar .. pulling Monsoon along with it.. http://ow.ly/i/HSs4
Tamilnadu rainfall toppers from 1-Jun to 18-Jun ... http://ow.ly/bFBAh
#chennai - today as well city is having strong winds from WEST... and now 1pm it's showing signs of slowing down. Good for sea breeze!
The present N.Bay circulation extends upto medium level in heights.. http://ow.ly/i/HSE6
UAC over N-central Bay still persists and it extends the circulation upto N,N-E Andhra .. http://ow.ly/i/HSED
By tomorrow the Bay UAC is expected to reach N-E.Andhra & Orissa coast and move inland by 21-Jun.. http://ow.ly/i/HSFh
On 23-Jun, N-central Arabian sea is expected to pop an UAC, which is expected to drive Monsoon's next strong phase .
Posted by Rakesh R at 2:15:00 PM
IMD :: "heat wave conditions has abated from entire northwest India".. On 18-Jun,max. temp. of 44.6°C has been recorded at Churu (Rajasthan)
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 9.30am, Sunny, humid and windy, with passing clouds but not dark enough. No rain for the past two days.
RT @citybazaar: I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/XHsd7hnf First Monsoon Rain in Mumbai and Maharashtra
RT @arunpillai666: Its cold damp morning in #Palakkad #kerala. its raining hard and there are dark clouds in the horizon, might rain all day
11am, almost NO rain along entire Maharastra coast .. Heavy rains continue along Karnataka, N,central.kerala coast.. http://ow.ly/i/HSi6
RT @kaymenon: @weatherofindia #Rain over Trivandrum is only a night affair!Sky at 12:20PM:Bright n Sunny sans wind http://t.co/tAe6Wt9Y
Posted by Rakesh R at 1:12:00 PM