Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Posted Tuesday 29th Night:

BB-17 is now a Depression, estimated location on Tuesday night is at 6.5N and 87.1E. No change in track forecast.
Chennai: Squally weather from 30th, with very windy conditions on 1st, winds gusts upto 45-50 kmph. Thunder showers on 1st December.Around 50 mms of precipitation expected.
Bangalore: Showers on 1st December, with cool day at around 24c, Can expect around 25 mms on 1st.

Mumbai: Mumbai skies will get partly cloudy the next 3 days, Wednesday 30th - Friday 2nd December. 
Days, which are quite hot currently at 34-35c, will see a fall to 31/32c levels. But, no appreciable fall seen in the night temperatures.Maybe a marginal rise in the minimum temperatures from Wednesday night.

Pune: Next 3 days will be partly cloudy to cloudy on Thursday. Substantial drop in day temperatures from the 34/35c levels. But rise in night temperatures, maybe by 5c...minimum rising to around 15c from Wednesday night.

2 comments:

Nilay Wankawala said...

CREDIT NDTV

A cyclone building up in the Bay of Bengal is expected to cross the Tamil Nadu coast on Friday, December 2, the Met department has said. Landfall is likely close to Cuddalore between Vedaranyam in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Chennai is expected to receive moderate rain from tonight and heavy rainfall has been forecast for north coastal Tamil Nadu and Puducherry from tomorrow.

The cyclone has been named NADA. It is currently about 770 km south east of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, and is expected to move west and intensify.

"Squally winds speed reaching 45-55 kmph gusting to 65 kmph would commence to prevail along and off the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts from December 1. Sea condition would be rough to very rough," the Met department has said.

It has advised fishermen not to venture into the sea along and off the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts from today evening onwards. Those at sea have been advised to return to the coast immediately.


Cuddalore is about 20 km away from Puducherry, whose Chief Minister V Narayanasamy said today that his administration is "on full alert" and well-prepared for the cyclone.

He said shelters have been kept ready for people who may have to be evacuated from near the sea and storm water drains have been cleared to avoid flooding.

Light to moderate rainfall is also forecast in Kerala, with some places in the state receiving heavy rain on Friday.

sset said...

Only 3 digit rains for atleast 1 month can save SE India + poor all farmers.
Apart from this low requires atleast 4 more lows to fill massive deficiency rain gap ranging from -90%