Thursday, December 07, 2017

Posted Thursday Night:

BB-19, depression at estimated core pressure now at 998 mb, and located at 12.7N and 88.7E Thursday evening. Divergence in the upper winds and Low wind shear is favourable for poleward outflow and further strengthening. 
Likely to track towards Odisha/West Bengal coast.

Heavy showers likely in Bhubaneshwar on Friday and Saturday.
Moderately heavy showers expected in Kolkata on Friday/Saturday.
No effect on Chennai or T.N. from system.

Western Disturbance D-1 will approach North India on 11th as expected. Rain/Snow likely in Kashmir/H.P and rains in Punjab, Haryana, N.Rajasthan and West U.P. 
Snowfall liikely in Gulmarg, Pahalgam and Srinagar on around 12th December.
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U.A.E.
During this weekend, Friday/Sat/Sunday, cool NW winds will blow in the U.A.E. and Muscat.
Very light rain in some parts is likely in Abu Dhabi on Friday, otherwise clear skies.
Abu Dhabi will be in the range of 24c-14c and Muscat around 25c - 14c.

11 comments:

Unknown said...

Abu dhabi temp.at present 19 dgree
Jebel jais mountain at present 5 dgree

sset said...
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parshuram shinde said...

Foggy Morning in mumbai

Unknown said...

Hi Rajesh, is there any new update on rain possibility in Mumbai on 11th ?

Suresh

sset said...

NEM is this end? SE India missed 2 major Bay systems - all went NE India true to its name...

sset said...

Worst 2017 NEM and now temperatures are raising Ongole - 37c... hardly any rain...

Shripad Nadiger said...

Hi Rajesh,
Just wanted to know was it fog or smog in Mumbai that was present on Saturday ??

Abhijit said...

Mumbai saw high pollution yesterday in morning and then term was change to smog.. But due to pollution it was not formed ! Dec rains are rare in Mumbai & so the humid weather at this time of the year.. Due to cyclone Ockhi effect, moisture has increased in air as well as on top layer of soil as rain occurred over wide spread area for prolonged 48hrs, so overall current cool weather just on surface cooling up the warm moisture(water droplets) available in lower air or just above of surface and same is producing the fog which is natural fog formation process..

And overall look of grey & white layer and low visibility is fog characteristics. Smog has much higher visibility with look as yellowish/brownish layer

NilaY Rajnikant Wankawala said...

Nice explanation Abhijit

rajesh said...

Shripad: What Mumbai saw and experienced on Saturday was fog. Of course the usual dust particles from city are always present, so fog was combined with the dust hanging around. The hanging dsut starts to cling to the minute water particles in the air, and makes the visibility even lower. Now, again, the water moisture particles in the air are more on these days (Saturday) as the fog, a nascent form of stratus/ low cumulus clouds, have formed at ground level. Humidity was also 90%+ on Saturday.
Again, it could not have been a local smog, as the Saturday fog covered vast areas in outer townships from North Mira Road and East Badlapur, and was all along the Mumbai -Pune road. We had seen thick fog in Pune also.

Shripad Nadiger said...

Thanks a lot.. Rajesh for the explanation.. Cleared up a lot of doubts.