Saturday, September 24, 2011

Vagaries further withdraws SWM from Rajasthan, Haryana, Western Gujarat and North M.P.Day temperatures rise in non-monsoon areas. Highest in Pakistan at  41c, and Ganganagar (Rajasthan) reaches 36c.
Night temperatures expected to fall to around 20c in this region. Delhi to reach 20c next 2 days.

BB-8 rushes into the Himalayas. Expected to break into the hills, causing heavy rains in plains of U.P. and possible landslides in Central Nepal hills. Kathmandu could receive some showers for a day.

 

3 comments:

Tyrone said...

Karachi temperature still bearable :)

junaid said...

at panvel there is lots of thunderclouds towars the eastern horizon,,,,,but the wind is coming from south west nd along with it sum grey spread out clouds r also coming from the south west direction!!!@rajesh can u please explain this phenemenon??? And one more request plz give us sum info about the effects of north east monsoon over mumbai nd maharashtra (whatsoever minimal it may be) and what do u think about october ,,,how much rain can we expect in mumbai!!!

rajesh said...

junaid: see blog for your reply.

Ne monsoon will effect Mah. only if and when a system can reach the state from the bay, which is not happening always in this season.

October probabilities will discuss after the SWM withdraws.