Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Readings as on 11th. May:
Hottest in Asia: Chandrapur( Maharashtra, India): 46.6c

Minimum Temperatures over 30c in the Indian Sub-Continent:
Kurnool: 31.7c, Amraoti 30.8c, Kota 30.7c, Hyderabad 30.0c,

Its the Central Region that is over heated now. The day temperature map of 11th.(Univ. of Cologne) shows the isolated 46c,and a few 45s and a few 44s scattered all over the North/ North-West. No W.D means over heating in the next 2 days for the entire North and Central regions.Seasonal low over the Thar desert area should now become more formed.
By the way,the latest IMD wind chart shows very good cross equatorial winds forming in the Arabian Sea. 91A, has been formed, and as the warm winds are pushing westwards, convective clouds are seen over central Arabian Sea.

No rains anticipated next 4 days in the Northern areas. But some precipitation can occur in, Kerala and South Coastal karnataka,Goa and  North-East. Some isolated pockets may gety thundershowers in the Marathwada and North Karnataka regions in the next 2 days,as the line of wind dis-continuity runs through this area.

Mumbai S'Cruz: 35.4c, Mumbai Colaba 34c.
Mumbai Forecast for this week, upto 15th. Saturday: Partly cloudy, with West winds, translating to high humidity and sweaty conditions. Hence,"real feel" factor will be at around 39c. Temperatures between day and night will be in the range of 35c - 28c.

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