Monday, March 14, 2016

T20 match in Nagpur (India v/s New Zealand) on Tuesday 15th...Nagpur will be partly cloudy, and warm. The days high will be around 36/37c, while by evening, it will cool down by around 5c from the high. Light rains possible in vicinity around city, may not disturb cricket.

T20 Match on Wednesday 16th (Pakistan v/s Bangladesh)....After some overnight rains, no rains expected on Wednesday. Kolkata will be partly cloudy, and warm Wednesday at around 34c. 

As we had expected , Mumbai remained pleasant, with the day max at 30.8c at Scruz and 29.8c at Colaba.
Next 4 days Weather in Mumbai will be dry, with light clouds in the sky at times. The day's will remain in the 31/32c range till Friday. Nights also are around 20c now, and will be around 19c on Tuesday morning, and 20/21c next few days. weather warms up again from Saturday.
Pune recorded a low of 12.8c on Monday morning...

New Delhi is also keeping the temperatures under control. Sjung was 29.5c on Monday, and Palam 31.2c. Low was at 17c.
Weather till Thursday will be hazy and day will be within the 32c limit, with nights around 17/18c. Thundery developments in the vicinity on Wednesday/Thursday.
Mercury could cross the 35c mark after Friday.

Bangalore: Though thunder showers, medium to light, are possible on Monday/Tuesday and Wednesday, the day will be arond 33c.
Hyderabad will remain hot at 37c, but light rains possible in some parts of the city next 3 days.


NilaY Wankawala said...

Credit Australian government Bureau of meteorology
Latest ENSO Wrap-Up issued 15 March 2016

The latest ENSO Wrap-Up and Climate Model Summary are now available on the Bureau's website.

El Niño continues its steady decline
The 2015–16 El Niño continues its slow and steady decline. The tropical Pacific Ocean has cooled further over the past fortnight, and trade winds are near normal. However the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) remains very low, indicating that while El Niño is easing, it is still capable of influencing Australian and global climate.

International climate models indicate that cooling in the tropical Pacific will continue, with a likely return to neutral levels by mid-2016. For winter and spring, climate models favour ENSO neutral slightly ahead of La Niña. However, accuracy of forecasts made at this time of year are lower than those at other times, and therefore some caution should be exercised.

Although the 2015–16 El Niño is weakening, it will continue to influence climate during the southern hemisphere autumn. In Australia, the breakdown of strong El Niño events has historically brought average to above average rainfall to many locations. However, northern Australia typically sees less rainfall than usual.

Australia's climate is also being influenced by record warm temperatures in the Indian Ocean. The warmth in the Indian Ocean may provide extra moisture for rain systems as they cross Australia during the southern autumn.

Unknown said...

Heavy rain in East bangalore yesterday evening. Marathahalli at 80 mm.
City IMD got just 13 mm.

Unknown said...

Most of the city of bangalore received first summer showers yesterday. So on March 15th TS have started this year. A bit early need to say. Early by 2 weeks.

Unknown said...

Could you please update the water levels of dams in Navi Mumbai as there is acute water scarcity in whole of the satellite city.

Unknown said...

Sir i want to ask if there is any chance of el nino occuring this year.

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