Wednesday, December 26, 2018
Wonderful article on WD for us written by Shreyas Dhavale (Vagarian)
Being in the tropics, broadly speaking, the winter over India is characterized by cool and dry weather.
We all are aware that it snows over Himalayas in winter. For snowfall to occur, the presence of clouds is
necessary. But where do these clouds come from after the monsoon has withdrawn from the
subcontinent? The reason for this winter precipitation which is in the form of rain/snow over Himalayas
and rain over parts of north Indian plains is the Western Disturbances (WDs).
More info on below link:
Posted 1 pm IST Tuesday 2nd June: AS-1...A deep depression located at 15.3 N and 71.2 E..with estimated winds at 55-65 kmph and estimate...