Wednesday, November 17, 2010

The ageing UAC, still trying to survive, is now moving further Northwards towards Delhi. As a result, it is as yet able to attract SW winds and moisture, causing, or about to bring, good rains in Rajasthan and Delhi.

The UAC in the southern peninsula, is moving fast towards the west, and should emerge as a pulse in the Arabian Sea tonite.

Good rainfall expected in Mah. Friday/Saturday.

7 comments:

weather said...

weather map for your blog,


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rajesh said...

thanks.

S2 said...

Was wondering when the winter is supposed to arrive..as i recall,it started snowing in october itself,is there any chance of revival by first week of dec?

junaid said...

@rajesh nd emkay extremely heavy rain fell in between 1:30-2:30 pm at midday in panvel.......approx 6cm i guess.the clouds were really dark....nd the showers very heavy......hope tht u give the reason for this in ur monday post!!!

emkay said...

Heaviest rains of October-November have fallen in Panvel-Kharghar area today in the afternoon.

junaid said...

@Rajesh.........i am amazed by the heavy rains wich lashed panvel today,,,it was raining heavily between 2:00-6:00pm at least 7 cm must have surely fell....waiting 4 tomorows imd mumbai daily report....while santacrus recorded only 3cm today....but colaba has already recorded 3cm on saturday....but todays rain was monsoonal in nature.....cudnt beleive tht panvel received so much rain while mumbai was dryy!!!!!!!

junaid said...

finally got the imd mumbais report wich says panvel received 6cm of rain yesterday i really doubt this data..i feel atleastthe precipitatipn wud be 8-10cm !!!!!!!!!!!