Saturday, May 23, 2015

Posted Monday Night:
Hottest Centres on Monday 25th (Major and Small Stations) Of India, Pakistan & Nepal (46 C and above)

Pakistan:

Dadu 49.5c  Moen jo Daro, Nawabshah 48.5c, Larkana, Jacobabad 47.5c  Sukkur, Rohri 47c   Sibbi 46c

India:

(Non IMD Stations)
Bhattiprolu (AP)  48.1c
Dwaraka Tirumala  47.8c (AP)
Nelivada (AP) 47.7c

IMD Stations

Angul  47.0c
JANGAMAHESWARAPURAM 46.8c 
Sambalpur  46.6c (24th)
Rentachintala (India) 46.6c
Chandrapur  46.6c
Wardha  46.5c
Palam 46.5c
Daltonganj  46.4c
Jharsuguda  46.4c
TUNI 46.3c
Kakinada  46.1c
Agra 46.1c
Kota 46.0c


Nepal: Dipayal soars to 44.4c and Nepalgunj 40.9c

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Posted Sunday 24th:

Arabian Sea Branch: South West Monsoon Moves Eastwards into Maldives...under the influence of a trough.


Bay Branch: Monsoon active in Andamans. UAC active in North Andaman.
Monsoon current now pushing North towards Eastern Bangladesh and NE States for early arrival there.

Rains as on 23rd May: Mayabunder 93 mms, Long Islands 33 mms. and on 24th May, Port Blair 119 mms, Long Islands 65 mms.


Cherrapunji in Meghalaya & Panbari in Assam continue to put 100 mm rainfall with ease, ending 8.30 am on 26.05.2015

The upper air trough from Sub Himalayan west Bengal extending upto 1.5 km asl has become less marked

(min 20 mm)

Meghalaya

Cherrapunji - 147
Cherrapunji RKM - 117
Williamnagar - 100
Baghmara - 59
Nongstoin - 55
Barapani - 40
Mawkyrwat - 40
Ribhoi - 28
Jowai - 23

Assam

Panbari - 113
Dhubri - 49
Manas NH Crossing - 48
Pagladiya NT Crossing - 34
Goalpara - 34
Nalbari  - 30
Beki Mathanguri - 30
Rangia - 29
Mathanguri - 27
Kokrajhar - 26
Dharamtul - 26
Tezpur - 24
Dhupdhara - 23
Aie NH Xing - 21
Majbat - 20
Tangla - 20
Mushalpur - 20
Guwahati - 20
Patharughat - 20
Dhekiajuli - 20

Kanyakumari alone enjoys rains, while all other district suffer in heat wave, Tamil Nadu Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 25.05.2015

One more dam, Mambazhathuraiyaru gets overflowing in Kanyakumari.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Thuckalay, Kanyakumari - 79
Kuzhithurai, Kanyakumari - 77
Anaikadangu, Kanyakumari - 45
Mambazamthuraiyar, Kanyakuamari - 43
Koliporvilai, Kanyakumari - 41
Arani, Thiruvannamalai - 28
Nagercoil, Kanyakumari - 27
Vembakkam, Thiruvannamalai - 26
Thiruvattur, Kanyakumari - 23
Mylaudy, Kanykumari - 22
Kuruthancode, Kanyakumari - 19
Munchirai, Kanyakumari - 19
Porthimund, Nilgiris - 18
Chetpet, Thiruvannamalai - 18
Adayamadai, Kanyakumari - 15
Cheyyar, Vellore - 13
Kunnathur, Kancheepuram - 12
Killiyoor, Kanyakumari - 11
Polur, Thiruvannamalai - 9
Colachel, Kanyakumari -8
Kottar, Kanyakumari - 8
Neyoor, Kanyakumari - 7
Ooty, Nilgiris - 5
Eraniel, Kanyakumari - 5
Mukurthy, Kanyakumari - 5
Perunchani, Kanyakumari - 5
Puthen Dam, Kanyakumari - 5

Massive Rains in Assam, Arunachal and Meghalaya, ending 8.30 am on 24.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and neighbourhood now lies over Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and adjoining Eastern parts of Bihar and extends up to 1.5 km asl.

Meghalaya

(min 10 mm)

Cherrapunji RKM - 151
Cherrapunji - 106
Baghmara - 38
Basar -  24
Rongara - 13
Nongostin - 13
Williamnagar - 12

Assam

(min 25 mm)

Panbari - 150
Haflong - 60
Amarpur - 60
Harinagar - 57
Badarpurghat - 51
Mushalpur - 51
Matunga - 50
Dibrugarh AP - 46
Tezpur - 45
Dholai - 44
Silchar - 42
Chenimari - 41
Dhollabazar - 40
Dhemaji - 40
Mathanguri - 40
Moran - 40
Beki-Mathanguri - 40
Tinsukia - 39
Morang - 39
Annapurnaghat - 39
Karimganj - 38
AP Ghat - 38
Rangia - 36
Amraghat - 36
Maranhat - 36
Bahalpur - 32
Dillighat - 32
Naharkatia - 30
Kakopather -29
Naharkatia - 28
Kajigoan - 27
Dhekiajuli - 27
Goalpara - 26
Mazbat - 25
Chouldhowaghat - 25

Arunachal

(min 10 mm)

Arzoo - 126
Passighat - 89
Etalin - 85
Passighat - 82
Khupa - 82
Tezu - 48
Yupia - 42
Wakro - 41
Itanagar - 39
Tuting - 38
Bordmusa - 21
Geku - 19
Bhalukpong - 12
Kibithu - 10
Seppa - 10


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Posted Saturday 23rd May (Night)...

Moen jo Daro, Pakistan reaches 50c, Nawabshah saw 49.2c....and Sibbi (Pakistan) records a max of 48c and  a minimum of 35.0c on Saturday Morning...!! That's Hot ! Very Hot and sizzling !!

Hottest in India On Saturday was Vijaywada which measured 47.3c...Machillipatnam 46.9c, Ramagundum 46.8c, Jaisalmer & Nizamabad 46.5c, Varanasi 45.8c....New Delhi Palam 46.2c and S'Jung 44.5c. 
Kota saw a minimum of 32.6c Saturday morning.


Hottest Place in Nepal too crosses high limits on Saturday 23rd, with Dipayal recording 43.2c and Nepalgunj AP 42.2c.

Heat expected on Sunday 24th map below:



Friday, Kolkata Maximum temperature 37.7c, and Humidity  during Max temp was 60%..thus showing a Heat and Discomfort Index of 55c  !!This could lead to Heat stroke if exposed outside..
Sunday or Monday, Kolkata may see the temp touching 39/40c ...with Heat index possibly going upto 59c...Due care MUST be taken.

18 comments:

sridharrajagopalan said...

ipl finals tommorow ..hope things settle down a bit by evening...:)

Durriya Attarsumbawala said...

rajesh sir,when will rains start in pen,panvel,roha?.when will monsoon reach there?thanks in advance.

sset said...

AP Khammam recorded the highest maximum temperature of 48 deg c in the region.

sset said...

heat wave claims 200 lives in Telangana AP. Temperatures will raise more....

http://www.ndtv.com/tamil-nadu-news/heat-wave-leaves-153-dead-in-telangana-andhra-pradesh-765489

rajesh said...

Durriya...Pre monsoon rains and thunder showers can start from 3rd/4th June...and Monsoon may set in around 12th/13th June

Mohsin mulla said...

I thought sw monsoon arabian sea branch is delayed by 5 to 6 days ur view on that rajesh sir.because there no strong system utill first week of june near maldives.

rajesh said...

Moshin: Monsoon advances into Maldives...now you are confused with the 2 branches...Maldives and Sri Lanka Monsoon arrival is from around 5N, that is the initial winds that carry the Bay branch...so, technically, they are the from the bay branch winds...and the SW winds of the west coast of India are another diversion of the arabian sea winds...thats why it takes 5 days for monsoon the arrive at kerala after sri Lanka (someone had asked me that few days ago )..
My views are expressed in blog...arrival dates on estimate as given earlier (as yet)...please be free to ask if in doubt.

Shoukat Ali said...

when it will start to down temp and when seasonal southern gusty winds start here in pakistan/ Sindh

Hrishikesh said...

Sir please give forecast for 30th and 31st May for mumbai as soon as possible

ANOOP RAWAT said...

Did DU AWS recorded yesterday 47.9℃ ?

rajesh said...

Anoop: DU seems to show error in max temp in AWS

rajesh said...

Hrishikesh: 30th and 31st for Mumbai: Partly cloudy...hot at 35c and warm night...

shoukat: Sindh will have to wait for Monsoon winds ...which may come in late June.

santosh subramanian said...

Above 40's Temp OF SOME Different states across INDIA on 25th May 2015 :-

ANDHRA PRADESH :-
1. Anantapur : 40.7 °C
2. Cuddappah : 41.1 °C
3. Kakinada : 46.1 °C
4. Kurnool : 41.8 °C
5. Machilipatnam : 45.4°C
6. Nellore : 43.0 °C
7. Ongole : 43.7 °C
8. Tirupathi : 43.0°C
9. Vijaywada : 45.6°C
TELANGANA :-
1. Hanamkonda : 45.6°C
2. Hyderabad : 41.5°C
3. Nizamabad : 44.4 °C
4. Ramagundam : 44.8°C
TAMIL NADU :-
1. Chennai : 42.2 °C
2. Vellore : 42.2 °C
KARNATAKA :-
1. Bellary : 40.0 °C
2. Bijapur : 40.4 °C
3. Gulbarga : 41.5 °C
4. Raichur : 41.7°C
RAJASTHAN :-
1. Ajmer : 41.6 °C
2. Barmer : 43.9°C
3. Bikaner : 44.8°C
4. Bundi : 45.0°C
5. Chittorgarh : 43.2°C
6. Churu : 45.0°C
7. Jaipur : 44.5°C
8. Jaisalmer : 45.8°C
9. Jalore : 41.4°C
10. Jodhpur : 42.3°C
11. Kota : 45.6°C
12. Sawai Madhopur : 45.2°C
13. Siker : 41.8°C
14. Sriganganagar : 45.2°C
15. Tonk : 43.6°C
GUJRAT :-
1. Ahmedabad : 43.7°C
2. Amreli : 41.1°C
3. Baroda : 40.8°C
4. Bhavnagar : 43.2°C
5. Deesa : 41.3°C
6. Idar : 41.2°C
7. Rajkot : 42.5°C
ORISSA :-
1. Angul : 47.0°C
2. Bhabanipatna : 45.2°C
3. Bhubneshwar : 45.4°C
4. Chandbali : 41.9°C
5. Cuttack : 41.6°C
6. Dhenkanal : 43.9°C
7. Jharsuguda : 46.6°C
8. Keonjhargarh : 42.3°C
9. Pulbani : 42.2°C
10. Sambalpur : 46.4°C
11.Titlagarh : 46.5°C
MAHARASTRA :-
1. Akola : 42.6°C
2. Amaravati : 42.6°C
3. Aurangabad : 40.4°C
4. Chandrapur : 47.0°C
5. Jalgaon : 43.2°C
6. Nagpur : 44.9°C
7. Nanded : 44.0°C
8. Parbhani : 42.5°C
9. Wardha : 45.2°C
10. Yeotmal : 42.4°C

Nilay Wankawala said...

Latest update from Australian bureau of meteorology

El Niño strengthens

The El Niño in the tropical Pacific continues to strengthen. International climate models surveyed by the Bureau indicate sea surface temperatures will remain well above El Niño thresholds at least into the southern hemisphere spring.

Oceanic and atmospheric indictors show a clear El Niño signal. Sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean have exceeded El Niño thresholds for nearly two months, supported by warmer-than-average waters below the surface. Trade winds have remained consistently weaker than average since the start of the year, cloudiness at the Date Line has increased, and the 90-day average Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) is now below –10.

El Niño is often associated with below-average winter and spring rainfall over eastern Australia, and above-average daytime temperatures over the southern half of the country. However, the strength of El Niño doesn't directly relate to the strength of its effects on Australia's climate.

The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is currently neutral, with the majority of the Indian Ocean being warmer that average. Of the five international models that monitor the IOD, three suggest a positive IOD event is likely later in 2015. A positive IOD is typically associated with reduced winter and spring rainfall over parts of southern and central Australia. 

Mohsin mulla said...

Sw monsoon arabian sea branch r getting worst day by day.even maledives and srilanka r not getting sufficent rainfall.our imd said monsoon reach kerela coast on may 30th may but i think only weak monsoon reach 6th june. Simillier kind of suituation like year 2009 ur view on that trajesh sir.

megh kapale said...

Sir,what is the status of monsoon,has it reached srilanka!!

megh kapale said...
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rajesh said...

Megh: Vagaries' Monsoon status is updated in the Monsoon Progress Chart on the right of the blog, next to the articles.

Moshin:Vagaries has mentioned Monsoon reaching Kerala on 3rd/4th in its previous articles and MWs...same situation as yet.