Mumbai Scruz heading for Record June Temperature Tuesday !!
This Monsoon, Vagarians are in for a treat !!
Vagaries has Introduced its New Edition.."Vagaries Rainman".
This edition of Vagaries is a joint partnership with Pradeep John. Pradeep's expertise and information will be available to us via his blog, which has now joined hands and is part of Vagaries...All updates on extreme rainfall and daily rainfall will be updated in this edition directly.
We now get a daily rainfall detailed update, record rain figures and some interesting rain facts in this edition...
Happy reading and thanks Pradeep for joining vagaries.
( Vagaries Rainman has joined the chain of vagaries' publications and is seen as a tag next to vagaries Extremes...)
Latest Monday Night Update on Arabian Sea Low on Current Weather Page...
And We Move On....!!! This App will be useful as it will be giving Short Updates on Local City weather ( Mumbai included )..regularly
A Wrapper for our Blog.....Vagaries' App now on Google Play Store.
El Nino Watch ( 9th June 2014):
Above normal SSTs increased in the Equatorial Pacific and Nino 3.4 region. All Nino indices increased in May, With anomalies ranging from 0.6c in Nino 3.4 to 1.6c in Nino 1+2. In contrast, sub sea temperatures decreased.Low level winds were normal, except some anomaly in the Westerlies in the Eastern Pacific.
Lack of convection in spite of increasing SSTs, or the lack of response to the rising SSTs, show ENSO as neutral.
Hence in May, the chances of El Nino weakened slightly.Still, dynamical models favour a moderate El Nino, sometime in September/October.
There is always an uncertainty in El Nino predictions, and can go wrong or deviate. This was seen in May as the symptoms slackened.
Vagaries views..El Nino starts showing up in August/September ( Slight delay over previous estimate due to poor May progress), and full fledged by November/December.
More Records : Dipayal (Nepal) records all time high on 8th June: 45.2c
Mumbai Scruz records the hottest night ever..Minimum 30.2c !