Tuesday, December 13, 2011

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Cold Wave intensifies in Northern Pakistan plains, as Islamabad touches freezing point, 0c, on Tuesday morning. Whilst Sibbi, in Sindh, maintained its low at 2c, Karachi rose marginally to 15c. The lowest was at Nokkundi, 1.9c.

In India, the lowest in the plains was 3.7c at Hissar.
As estimated yesterday, the night temperatures will rise from Wednesday.

Cold Wave moves from North/Central India to Nepal. Kathmandu saw a low of 2.7c on Tuesday. Jumla in the higher reaches saw -5.7c.
For Nepal, the cold, like in India, will last for a couple of days.

Partly cloudy (High to medium level) weather likely on Wednesday and Thursday in Saurashtra, resulting in rise in temperatures from current level.

Mumbai and Pune will be partly cloudy, mostly high clouds, next two days. The nights will be around 19c in Mumbai and 15c for Pune on Wed/Thursday. But, days will be warm, around 33c and 31c in Mumbai and Pune.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

South gujarat?

Satyen

Anonymous said...

South gujarat?

Satyen

sset said...

Now that NEM may come to an end, can we have list of Indian states in order of less rainfall (i.e most dry states on top). Let us combine SWM + NEM. My guess is Rajisthan and Gujarat will no longer be dry states - should be AP /TN. Idea is to compare with last 2-3 years - indicate change in climate.

Thanks

sset said...

Major south Indian states AP and Karnataka stare at impending drought. Monsoon axis failed to form in these areas, silent bay- no lows over south east bay above 10-15degree latitude. In fact much of interior karnataka is facing chronic water shortage (wonder what happens during summer - here it starts from February itself) same with AP.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/karnataka/article2714588.ece

http://in.news.yahoo.com/nearly-half-karnataka-drought-hit-says-gowda-160536799.html

http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/andhra-pradesh/article2687046.ece

rajesh said...

sset: Yes, the rains are weak and scanty in the south..but lets take a review after the NEM is gone..though nothing much is left now..and sure, things will be bad, water wise, for Karnataka and T.N. next summer, or so it seems !