Friday, October 23, 2009

Typical October Sub Continent Weather:
The temperature anomoly map of the region shows a "blow hot-blow cold" picture. Red, in the desert areas- over heating, and in the northern regions,blue - extra cool.

Its typical, and peculiar October weather in the sub-continent. Heat, in the central regions, with the oddest places, like Mumbai (Colaba) at 37c, as the highest with a few other stations in Sindh also at 37c.on Thursday, the 22nd. And Rajkot as the highest at 38c on Friday.
In the northern Himalayan mountains, the nights are getting chilly, with Churshul, Ladakh, at -14c, as the lowest, and Leh close at -5c. Kalpa, H.P. was -1c, and Srinagar at 1c. All on Friday morning.

The current 925 hps streamline does not promise anything to write home about. Nothing Precipitation wise, in the sub-continent area, next 4/5 days. No systems, no W.D's.

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