Thursday, April 02, 2015

A-1 takes grip in Pakistan on 1st and 2nd April as forecasted in previous post...

Rains expected in Sindh saw figures like  Jacobabad recording 26 mms, Sukkur 13 mms, Rohri 10 mms and Larkana 9 mms till Friday Morning.

In Pak Punjab, 2 days measured 106 mms in Murree,  73 mms in Islamabad, 65 mms in Jhelum, 41 mms in Chakwal and 29 mms in Gujrat.(Gujrat pics put up yesterday).


Very Interesting development for Meteorology...Must Read...see Space News Page

NASA’s RapidScat Ocean Wind Watcher Starts Earth Science Operations at Space Station...


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No stopping of Rains in Himachal, ending 8.30 am on 04.04.2015

WD as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over eastern parts  of  Jammu  & Kashmir  &  neighbourhood and extends upto 2.1 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Long.75.0°E and north of Lat. 32.0°N  and is moving away eastnortheastwards

in mm (min 15 mm)

Bhandal - 78
Kheri - 48
Bangana - 40
Kalatop - 38
Sujanpur - 35
Manali - 35
Mandi - 35
Dalhousie - 33
Nadaun - 33
Saloni - 28
Nurpur - 28
Kukumsheri - 28
Bharwara - 27
Naina Devi - 26
Ghamroor - 25
Mehre - 24
Seobagh - 20
Bainath - 19
Amb - 18
Joginder Nagar - 17
Kasol - 17
Palampur - 15
Bhuntar - 15

Kanyakumari gets rain for 7th consecutive day, Tamil Nadu Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 03.04.2015

A trough extends upto 0.9 km a.s.l. from Rayalseema to Comorin area.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Chittar II, Kanyakumari - 44
Perunchani, Kanyakumari - 41
Puthen Dam, Kanyakumari - 40
Chittar I, Kanyakumari - 38
Pechiparai, Kanyakumari - 35
Kulasekahram, Kanykuamri - 35
Mambazhthuraiyaru, Kanyakumari - 30
Pudur, Thoothukudi - 23
Adayamadai, Kanyakuamari - 23
Anaikadangu, Kanyakumari - 22
Thalavadi, Erode - 18
Mylaudy, Kanyakumari - 16
Nagercoil, Kanyakumari - 13
Thiruparappu, Kanyakumari - 12
Mukkadal, Kanyakumari - 10
Ayikudi, Tirunelveli - 10
Keelapavoor, Tirunelveli - 9
Sholayar Dam, Coimbatore - 8
Rajakkamangalam, Kanyakumari - 6
Melpuram, Kanyakumari - 5
Perundurai, Erode - 5
Sandyanallah, Coimbatore - 5
Parsons Valley, Nilgiris - 5
Upper Kodayar, Kanykumari - 5
Suralode, Kanyakumari - 5

Bordoichila season remains active in Assam, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 03.04.2015

The trough from Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim to North Bay of Bengal now extends from Western parts of Assam to North Bay of Bengal with an embedded cyclonic circulation over Assam & adjoining Bangladesh and extending up to 0.9 km above mean sea level. Hail storms were reported in NE states.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Silchar - 73
Harinagar - 71
Matijuri - 50
Maranhat - 40
Laharighat - 39
Golaghat - 30
Tezpur - 26
Pathurghat - 23
Tinsukia - 22
Bihpuria - 17 
Barpeta - 17
Kakopather - 16
Dhemaji - 16
Rangia - 13
Nazira - 13
Dibrugarh AP - 13
Udalgiri - 13
Jorhat - 11
Majbat - 11
Goalpara - 10
Borpathar,
Kokrajhar - 10
Marghertia - 10

WD shows its intense power over Haryana, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 03.04.2015

W.D. as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto 2.1km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Long 72E and north of Lat 30N

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kalanaur - 160
Sampla - 80
Hissar - 47
Bhiwani - 38
Ganaur - 23
Narnaul -  22
Balsamand - 21
Sonipat - 17
Beri - 13
Sadalpur - 10
Panipat - 10
Narvana - 10
Chacchrauli - 10

Karnataka continues to get Mango Showers, rainfall ending 8.30 am on 02.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshdweep area and neighbourhood has become less marked.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Kadaba - 75
Mardhala - 55
Haanagallu - 47
Doddabommatti - 41
Kuppehantha - 41
Varanga - 39
Ardi - 37
Kuchur - 35
Handigannur - 34
Ajekar - 33
Kodavatti - 32
Kalmane - 32
Jeni - 32
Koralikuppa - 29
Hosanagar - 28
Duddamagge - 26
Coove - 25
Somwarpet - 23
Sukravarsanthe - 23
Sringeri - 23
Gonibeedu - 22
Kerveshe - 22
Iavatur - 22
Hirebylu - 21
Bhagamandala - 21
Mangalore AP - 20
Koppa - 19
Ravandur - 18
Sunkatti - 18
Sagar - 18
Kaudle - 16
Nelligere - 16
Avinahalli - 16
Mysore - 15
Bindiganavole - 15
Kattaya - 15
Tirumakudalu Narasipura - 15
Kadaba - 15
Doddabommatti - 15
Albadi - 15
Sitanadi - 15

Kashmir and Himachal continues to get widespread rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 02.04.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D.) as an upper air cyclonic circulation over north Pakistan & adjoining Afghanistan is moving away eastnortheastwards

in mm

Himachal

Bhandal - 77
Tissa - 66
Saloni - 59
Kalatop - 41
Manali - 43
Bharmaur - 33
Seobagh - 31
Dalhousie - 30
Chamba - 27
Arki - 26
Kheri - 24
Kandaghat - 22
Kumarsain - 21
Bilaspur - 20
Naina Devi - 18
Bhuntar - 16
Gohar - 16
Sarahan - 15
Chhatarari - 15
Baldwara - 15
Dharamashala - 15

Kashmir

Batote - 67
Banihal - 67
Govindapura - 57
Kupawara - 48
Baramullah - 45
Bhaderwah - 42
Pahalgam - 39
Katra - 38
Jammu  - 34
Kawa - 32
Kukernag - 30
Srinagar - 28
Rambagh - 27
Gulmarg - 26
Chatha - 21
Kulgam - 16
Khudwani - 14
Malangapura - 14
Quazigund - 13
Zainapora - 10

Kanjirappally records 3rd 60 mm rainfall in consecutive days, Kerala rainfall ending 8.30 am on 02.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshdweep area and neighbourhood has become less marked.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kanjirappally - 61
Mancompu - 44
Piravom - 39
Kayamkulam - 34
Thrithala - 31
Kuppady - 28
Chimoni - 27
Peermade - 25
Perumbavur -24
Nedumangad - 24
Ponnani - 19
Kayamkulam - 19
Enamackel - 19
Varkala - 17
Pookot - 14
Neyyattinkara - 14
Vilangankunnu - 13
Vadakkancherry - 12
Kumarakom - 12
Mavelikkara - 11
Ambalavayal - 10
Thalassery - 10
Kochi AP - 10
Irinjalakuda - 10
Kozha - 10
Karipur AP - 10
Thariode - 10

Madurai and Kanyakumari district get widespread rain, Tamil Nadu rainfall ending 8.30 am on 02.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshdweep area and neighbourhood has become less marked.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Sholavandan, Madurai - 63
Natham, Dindigul - 54
Usilampatti, Madurai - 52
Kulasekaram, Kanyakumari - 48
Tirumangalam, Madurai - 47
Melpuram, Kanyakumari - 46
Vadipatti, Madurai - 46
Kuzhithurai, Kanyakumari - 43
Sivakasi, Virdhunagar - 39
Chellampatti, Madurai - 38
Peraiyur, Madurai - 36
Kalugumalai, Toothukudi - 33
Killiyoor, Kanyakumari - 29
Madurai West, Madurai - 28
Madurai AP, Madurai - 28
Thirupparankundram, Madurai - 27
Kayattar, Toothukudi - 26
Kurunthancode, Kanyakumari - 21
Kallikudi, Madurai - 20
Munchirai, Kanyakumari - 19
Cheranmahadevi, Tirunelveli - 19
Paramakudi, Ramanathapuram     - 19
Thiruppuvanam, Sivaganga - 16
Manamadurai, Sivaganga - 15
Periyakulam, Theni - 15
Nagercoil, Kanyakumari - 14
Pechiparai, Kanyakumari - 13
Chittampatti, Madurai - 13
Ramanathapuram, Ramanathapuram- 12
Melaneelithanallur, Tirunelveli - 11
Ariyalur, Ariyalur - 11
Palani, Dindigul - 11
Nanguneri, Tirunelveli - 11
Shencottah, Tirunelveli - 11
Satankulam, Toothukudi - 11
Sattur, Virudhunagar - 11
Madurai South, Madurai - 11
Mannargudi, Tiruvarur - 10
Bodinaickanur,     Theni - 10
Kovilpatti, Toothukudi - 10
Manimutharu, Tirunelveli - 10
Tuticorin, Toothukudi - 10
Pudur, Toothukudi - 10
Vembakottai, Virudhunagar - 10
Upper Kodayar, Kanyakuamri - 10
Andipatti, Madurai - 10

Coonoor records 4th 100 mm rainfall of 2015, Tamil Nadu Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 01.04.2015...From Pradeep (Vagaries Rainman)

Why is Coonoor getting Heavy Rainfall ?
Coonoor gets its 4th 100 mm rainfall this year. No other place has even come close to Coonoor's spell this year even Kashmir or Himachal. Why is it Coonoor getting such heavy spells. As you all know why Cherrapunji gets heavy rainfall, the moisture laden South West Monsoon winds gets trapped in the Khasi hills valley and thereby getting legendry rains.

Coonoor as you know is one of wettest place in India during North East Monsoon. The valley is placed such that winds can come into the valley only from east and gets locked. For the past one month, the UAC's are moving from Comrin Sea into Arabian Sea. while they move into Arabian Sea the wind is from east and its moisture gets locked in the Coonoor valley there by creating heavy rains, these rains last only for 1-3 hours. In this short span of it pours with very heavy intensity. The super spells in Coonoor in 2015. In all the 4 cases, it was a UAC moving into Arabian Sea from Comrin Sea.

01.04.2015 - Coonoor PTO - 131 mm
16.03.2015 - Coonoor PTO - 123 mm
08.03.2015 - Coonoor PTO - 125 mm
06.03.2015 - Coonoor PTO - 113 mm 
A-1 gets active in North and as expected precipitating heavy thunder showers in Pak Punjab and Indian Punjab and Delhi NCR....
Delhi NCR...Friday 3rd..Partly sunny in the pre noon, taking day to 33c. Thundery conditions developing by late afternoon/evening with thunder showers in many parts. Thunder showers in late night also expected. Around 20 mms on Friday (Day and Night).

Saturday .4th..Partly cloudy, cool day around 30c, with a few thunder showers, in parts of region. Decrease in showers by night, with around 5-10 mms in the day.

3 comments:

abizer Kachwala said...

rajesh sir,will it rain in mumbai and konkan in the next 15 days?

ANOOP RAWAT said...

IARI pusa in delhi has recorded 201.8 mm of rains since march 1.palam has already received 13 times more rains than normal

rajesh said...

abizer: No rains now in Konkan...