Saturday, January 25, 2020

Posted Saturday 25th Night:
Cold wave conditions to revive in Kutch, Saurashtra and Maharasthra from 28th January.

Mumbai: Last Three days in a row of 34.5c...constant...and that is hot !
Change from Monday, as westerlies take over. Drop n day temperatures starting Monday.
Cool Mumbai weather from Tuesday to Friday
A cloudy Tuesday (Light rains in some parts of city possible) with cool day at a maximum of 26c and Wednesday at 25/26c. Nights in suburbs can drop to 14/15c on Thursday and Friday.

Pune: Also now hot at 32c, will cool down Monday 27th. onwards.  Nights cooling starts from Monday till Friday 31st, and With  gradually cooling ,The Low can fall to single digit by Thursday 30th.

More rains/snow for Northern India from 27th...An active Western Disturbance J-4, is approaching the Northern plains and Hills of India.

Monday 27th: Moderate  rains /snow commence in Kashmir, Ladakh, H.P, and hills of Uttarkhand. 
Some showers in pockets of Punjab, Haryana and West U.P.
Light rain patches in Vidharbh. Rain possible in Nagpur.

Tuesday 28th: Heavy rains and snow in Kashmir, Ladakh, H.P. and moderate widespread rains in Punjab, Haryana, West U.P.and Delhi.
showers of light to moderate intensity in Rajasthan, West M.P.
Light rains also likely in parts of Saurashtra and parts of North Konkan.

Wednesday 29th: third day rains /snow continue in Northern Hills. Rains decreasing in plains.
Moderate rains in West Bengal and Jharkhand.
Kolkata: Rain/Thundershowers possible.

Delhi will get showers from  Monday and into Tuesday. Days will get cooler in the Punjab/Haryana/Delhi region, with days dipping below 18c.

The days have become very hot along the West coast and many parts of Southern India last few days...with Mangalore recording highest of 38c...Due to Easterlies blowing in the Southern Peninsula.
Days in the mentioned region will get cooler as the West winds take over from Monday 27th.


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sset said...

Must to visit for all bird lovers, nature, forests...
Maharashtra has largest mangrove forests in India. Airoli Coastal Marine Biodiversity center conducts boat services deep into mangrove forest and we encounter beautiful pink flamingos - it is feast for eyes. Usually by March we see migration and by monsoon they start returning back.

  21st  July afternoon post Comparative rain till 21st morning: Panji 2525 mms ( 100 ") and Ratnagiri 2572 mms ( 102") cross 100&q...