Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Posted Wednesday Night:

AN UAC forms in the Southern tip of the LWD...around 12/14N.
Pune receives 22 mms rainfall on Wednesday evening.
Bangalore received 26 mms overnight and 9 mms in the day on Wed.
In the East, Bahrampore received 5 cms and Gangtok 2 cms.till 5.30 pm IST Wednesday.
Mumbai Scruz touched 32c today...Some Thunder cells developed in the East and SE skies. More developments for Outer townships from Friday as forecasted.


India's Mangalyaan enters Mars orbit, makes history - 


India creates history as ISRO's first Mars orbiter Mangalyaan successfully enters red planet's orbit

September 24, 2014 will go down as a red-letter day in the annals of space exploration as the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) achieved which no space agency in world including the USA's National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) managed to do in their first attempt.

Posted Tuesday, 23rd, Night:

Mumbai will be warm at 32/33c on Wednesday 24th  and Thursday 25th. Possibility of shower in some parts in the mornings.
Friday can see thunder showers in the evening...but more detailed Friday/Saturday and Sunday on Thursday Night.

Pune will get showers in some parts on Wednesday and Thursday.

WD expected on 25th...LWD along South Peninsula..


10 comments:

ANOOP RAWAT said...

Blowing dust in delhi, gusty westerlies blowing . Max humidity now drops below 70%

SVT said...

Whats the forecast for Bangalore match for thursday evening? Will it get thunderstom between 7pm to 11.30pm?

sset said...

Actually entire SE interior KAR (BANG,mysore,Hindupur,adjoining ananatupur,kolar,chikhannali,chamrajnager,Mysore,devanhalli,tumkur,mandya..) have not received widespread rains as seen in recent GUJ rains. Myself was expecting something like 200mm-300mm in 24hrs - this can happen only if low pressure forms. BANG stands now - 300mm since june, Chikanhalli - 150mm since june. Sept is only month to catch up else it is dry drought even for "ragi" cultivation. "saytrees" organization in BANG waits for sept rains - for tree plantation and revival of sparrows in BANG - totally vanished.

sset said...

Recent few years SE interior KAR is not receiving any rains during normal monsoon months - june,july,aug - remains dry - sept needs to catch up.

Saurabh Dwivedi said...

Dear SSET
Bangalore has received around 55 cm rain since June which is slightly above normal.

Where did you get the 30 cm figure?

I have given my number based on these two links.

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/global_monitoring/precipitation/sn43295_1yr.gif

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/global_monitoring/precipitation/sn43295_90.gif

Others can give you a better link.

I have a similar view on other details you have shared.

I read the blog daily and when i can share some information i do. I hope you don't mind.
Regards
Saurabh

anant said...

@SSET

Will mangalyaan help SE Interior Karnataka get rains and stop its desertification

Your thoughts are welcome

Vijayanand said...

SSET: IMD data for the SW period has consistently showed surplus rain this year for SE karnataka. Please specify relevant source for your statements. Hope source isn't any fertile imagination.

SVT said...

Is it raining in Bangalore right now?

sset said...

actually we need to take an average of BANG HAL(domestic airport)+city+KIAL(international airport) - it comes around 300-350mm. Recent rains are by no means widespread unless southern tip low moves in - most probably it may drift north west. When Modi arrived at BANG to meet ISRO scientist - first question modi asked was is BANG garbage problem solved? Anant yes ISRO rocket scientists/IISC/IT tech should help BANG to restore its environment. Let us see how 2014 NEM currents behave before "climate change" issue can be debated.

Vijayanand said...

SSET,

Not sure how bangalore garbage problem is connected to SE India rains. This forum is meant for climate. Kindly focus on that.