Thursday, July 18, 2013

Outlook for Friday 19th, Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st July for Sub-Continent

Heavy rains to watch in North Konkan and adjoining Southern Gujarat Coast. 
Heavy Showers in Delhi NCR on Friday Night. Overnight rains around 35-40 mms average.

Mumbai, Friday will see times of heavy showers, with intervals of respite. Heavy showers on Friday night. Rains amount will be around 30-35 mms average.
Eastern and Northern  Outer Townships get heavy rains on Friday, with amounts up to 75 mms by Saturday morning.

Early Saturday, Heavy rains watch out for Uttarakhand, adjoining UP,(districts of Bijnor, Muzzafarnagar, Meerut and Moradabad, with Meerut possibly getting 60-70 mms and Ghaziabad 50-60 mms.. and Western Nepal.Heavy rains to watch out in West MP ( Indore, Ujjain and Bhopal ), North Konkan.

Delhi NCR will get thunder showers and occasional showers. Rains may add up to 20-25 mms average.
So, mainly Thunder showers in Delhi NCR from Friday night thru Saturday night.

Mumbai will get occasional showers and spells of a heavy shower or two. Rains will amount to 30-40 mms average.
Eastern Outer Townships get very heavy rainfall and could add up to 80-90 mms in some towns.

A Low forms over the Northern Bay region.
The Southern Quadrant shows excessive clouding, hence heavy rains for AP ( coastal Districts). 
Heavy rains in North move into Punjab. All regions of Punjab get heavy rains on Sunday.
Western MP continues with heavy rains for one more day.

Mumbai will get showers with periods of bright intervals. Occasional heavier showers will interrupt the day with rains up to 35-40 mms.
Outer Townships will get showers amounting to 40-50 mms.
Delhi NCR: Chance of thunder shower in some parts, and around 10 mms where it rains.

Chennai: Sunday Chance of drifting Thunderstorms from the NW and North.

Three Days City Outlook:
Surat can expect showers on all days with rains around 15 mms/day.

Pune sees a increase in rainfall intensity on Satursday and Sunday, with amounting increasing to 20 mms on Saturday.

Goa: Friday thru Saturday will be overcast with regular showers, some drenching on Saturday. Daily rain amount will be around 50 mms on Friday and Sunday, and about 60 mms on Saturday.

Bangalore: Frequent light drizzling in parts of city. Cloudy and very pleasant in the day at 26c.

Kolkata: Chances of passing showers in parts of he city, measuring up to 10  mms /day.

 Dalbandin was the hottest in Pakistan on Thursday at 45c.

The S W Monsoon current will be seen moving in to Northern Pakistan by Sunday. Pakistan Punjab will get heavy rains on Sunday. All towns and cities of Pak Punjab can expect rains . Northern Pakistan gets good rains this weekend. Islamabad can get heavy thunder showers.

Karachi has a chance of light showers on Friday. Saturday and Sunday see no chances of rains. Temperature range between 34 and 27c.
Nawabshah and Sukkar will be hot at around 42c, Sukkar could see a minimum of 31c on Sunday. 

In Nepal. Pokhra received heavy rains of 46 mms on Thursday. Kathmandu had light drizzles, with the day at 25c on Thursday.
Most of the rains will be in Western Nepal regions this weekend.

Abhijit's Mumbai Region amounts on Mumbai Page Today


Dattaraj said...

Rajesh Sir,
Hyderabad is getting almost non-stop drizzle with occassional showers from last 3 days. Will it continue for some more time ?


Unknown said...

Rajesh sir ,
I am just putting my view's, that why it look's like, as though 'the rain's in Mumbai 'might cross 50-60mm on sat and sun.

Abhijit Modak said...

Rainfall around Mumbai ending 8.30 am today(19-07-2013)

Colaba 31.2mm
Santacruz 17.8mm
Vihar(Mumbai) 22.0mm
Tulshi(Mumbai) 25.0mm
Alibaugh 11.0mm
Uran 90.0mm
Panvel 45.0mm
Karjat 82.7mm
Khalapur 115.0mm
Vasai 2.0mm
Thane 22.4mm
Bhivandi 40.0mm
Murbad 60.0mm
Kalyan 36.0mm
Ulhasnagar 31.0mm
Ambernath 24.4mm
Barvi(Badlapur) 46.0mm

Rajesh said...

Joshi: One more day of 10-15 mms showers. Then I see a small break in rains for a couple of days. Tuesday should increase again to occasional showers.
Readership and feedback from Hyderabad is slow, so frequency of updates is low.

Abhijit Modak said...

Nagpur recorded 129mm rain till 8.30pm today. In that 114mm came between 5.30pm to 8.30pm today(i.e in 3hrs). So really torrential rain there.

Atul P Naik said...

As predicted overcast on Friday in Goa with frequent downpours throughout the day. Respite since evening and I can now occasionally glimpse the moon overhead through fast moving dark stratocumulus travelling from west to east!

Unknown said...

Tommorow might turn out to be very wet for Mumbai

 26th Day Temperatures..Mumbai cooler than Pune,Nasik and Same as Mahabaleshwar