Actually it cannot be the "same" storm tracking so many kilometres...it would naturally dissipate and get "drained" out.
A trough , which was expected, has formed from West UP to Bangladesh,something like a Monsoon trough (though not a monsoon trough). I was expecting this trough to form and precipitate on Sunday in W. Bengal. The moisture inflow from the Bay has enriched it faster, by a day.
So, you will see my Saturday forecast occurred on Friday night, and Sunday forecast seems to be happening on Saturday.
Moen Jo Daro ( Pakistan) the first Place to touch 50.0c on 29th May 2014 this season !!
Friday ( 30th May) Thunder Storm in Delhi NCR:
A violent thunder storm broke loose in the Northern and Eastern and parts of Southern NCR on friday evening.
Result of sudden convection, and vertical "conical" rise of the created funnel effect, the cloud heads and tops rising suddenly to 15 kms from ground level. Immidiete creation of a downdraft brought very gusty winds, topping at 56 kmph..( some reports say of winds in excess of 100 kmph).
Cumulonimbus summits lacked sharp outlines, and did not form an anvil. Low clouds formed near ground at 600 mts.
The downdraft resulted in hails and sharp variable gusts.Due to this, the temperature dropped from 44c to 26c in a short duration of time.Though very heavy rains were limited to a restricted area, damage from winds is much more....
Was this WD or Local effect ?
(More Pics on Current weather Page with BB-3 rain total for Odisha sent by Vagarian Santosh)
Delhi at 5.15 p, IST
More Pics from vagarian RK Chaudhary