The system in Central India has now as good as fizzled out.Currently a trough remains in the region.
Next 5 days Almost dry for Most of Punjab, West Rajasthan, Kutch, Saurashtra and North Gujarat region, Madhya Mah, Marathwada and N.I. Karnataka till 10th August.
Day temperatures rising in Rajasthan and Kutch.Sindh region remains mainly without any major or meaningful rains, with warmer days.
Next Low, BB-4, could possibly form in North Bay between 10th-12th August.
Mumbai will get decreasing rains till Sunday. A few passing showers in some parts, and warm sunny spells.
Pune too will be not getting much rains till Sunday. A few light showers in some parts, but pleasant nights.
Again rains abstain from Aurangabad next few days.
Passing and regional thunder showers, like last 2 days, will continue in Delhi NCR. May get around 15 mms per day.
Note on Thursday (evening) on El Nino and MJO conditions.
Marathwada "Mini Cold Wave "...Max, Min and rain...as on Wednesday 5th August
OSMANABAD 26.2(-2.5) 18.7(-1.8) 0.5
AURANGABAD 23.6(-5.6) 21.0(-0.4) 6.0
PARBANI 25.4(-5.3) 21.1(-1.7) 2.0
NANDED 26.0(-5.3) 17.0(-5.4)
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Posted Wednesday Morning:
Well Marked Low ( 999 mb) lies over SW Madhya Pradesh.Will fizzle out in next 12 hrs...However, some rain expected along Mah.coast North of Mumbai.
Delhi NCR can get its Wednesday Thunder Shower
Rainfall in Vidharbh and West M.P. in 24 hrs ended Wednesday Morning:
Station Max (�C) Min �C Rainfall (mm)
Akola 23.5 21.2 187.7
Amraoti 22.2 19.8 184.2
Buldana 21.5 20.2 165.0
Brahmapuri 25.1 21.9 10.2
Chandrapur 24.6 24.0 11.4
Nagpur 24.0 21.0 78.2
Washim 23.0 21.2 150.0
Wardha 23.9 20.6 105.5
Yeotmal 22.0 19.0 223.4
Indore, with a high of 25.7c and a low of 20.2c, recorded 191 mms..And , West M.P. was not at all in the Rain Radar Forecast.! Rains were forecasted in Vagaries for East M.P. (which happened on Monday) and in Vidharbh.
Aurangabad in Marathwada saw 46 mms of much needed rains. Vadod Bazar, 40 kms North of Aurangabad, where farmers were facing the grimmest situation, measured around 60 mms.
No major station in Gujarat recorded more than 3 mms of rain.