F-1 moved exactly into the regions forecasted last week, and precipitates good rainfall in Northern Indian states and Pakistan...
In Kashmir, Batote 46 mms, Gulmarg measured 16 mms, Srinagar 3 mms, Banihal 34 mms. In HP Kullu guaged 26 mms, Kapla and Keylong 22 mms and Simla 12 mms
Pathankot in Punjab saw 16 mms, Amritsar 11 mms, and several stations upto 5-10 mms.
Few places in Delhi NCR had some light drizzles measured in traces.
Rajasthan saw some pockets of rain with Jaisalmer showing 4 mms and Churu 1 mm.
In Pakistan, Islamabad AP received 62 mms, Mianwali 50 mms, Lahore 19 mms and all stations in Punjab between 10-20 mms.
In Sindh, Karachi managed 6 mms, Rohri and Dadu 9 mms and some stations up to 5 mms. In Balochistan, Khuzdar measured 39 mms.
More Pakistan rainfall amounts from "Memories of the Past" and Cmdr Potey in the comments ..
As anticipated, Nagpur, was warmer at 31.7c, with S/SE winds resuming from evening hours.
F-1 now lies as on Monday morning as an upper air system upto sea level over the Indian Punjab region, with a trough going Southwards upto South Rajasthan. An induced low at sea level is seen over South Rajasthan.
Surat remains hazy on Monday and clearing up from Tuesday thru Thursday. SW winds on Monday, but reverting to NW from Tuesday morning. No fog from Tuesday.
Monday and Tuesday see a drop in the day temperatures to around 29/30c. Wednesday a further drop by around 2c...nights will start dropping fronm the current 21c to 17/18c straaight away from Monday night..plummeting to around 13c by Wednesday and Thursday morning.
Similar conditions for Bharuch..maybe 1/2c cooler than Surat at night..