Sunday, December 20, 2020

 Posted 21st Morning 

Temperatures of certain Mah. cities..Dropping well 


1.Parbhani University:5.6c
2.Gondia:7c
3.Parbhani:7.4c
4.Nda,Pune:7.9c
5.Nagpur:8.4c
6.Nashik:9.1c
7.Pune:9.2c
8.Kalwan,Nashik:9.5c
9.Aurangabad:9.5c
10.Akola:9.6c
11.Wardha:9.8c
12.Chandrapur:10c
13.Jalgaon:10.5c
14.Savarde,Chiplun:11c
15.Nanded:11c
16.Buldhana:11.4c
17.Jalna:12c
18.Satara:12.1c
19.Dapoli:12.5c
20.Solapur:13.4c
21.Sangli:14.6c
22.Mulde, Sindhudurg:15c
23.Kolhapur:15.7c
24.Palghar:16.9c
25.Mumbai(Scz):18c


Posted 20th morning:

Drop in Interior Maharashtra towns on Sunday Morning: 
Gondia : 7.6c, Nagpur : 8.6c,, Wardha: 10.2c.

Jalgaon : 12.0c, Mahabalashwar: 12.1c, Pune: 12.2c, Aurangabad :12.4c, Nasik: 12.2c, Pune A.P. 12.7c.

Mumbai Colaba 21.8c, Mumbai Scruz 20.2c.

Mumbai will get cooler by 2/3c from Monday. But due to easterlies, the days will remain in the 31/33c range till 25th at least.

The days will get cooler next week by a few degrees in Interior Maharashtra ( Madhya Mah.).

Delhi (Lodhi Road) saw 3.3c, and S'Jung 3.4c on Sunday Morning.

The mercury dipped to  -6.6c in Srinagar on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday.

“Lowest minimum temperatures in the last 10 years in the month of December were -7.7 °c on December 25,2018, -6.6 °c on December 18, 2020, -6.5°c on Dec 21, 2016 and Dec 30, 2019 and -6.4 °c on December 17 ,2020,” 

Gulmarg witnessed a temperature of -9.9c. Gulmarg had already four spells of snow this winter.

We see no W.D, No Easterly wave or any systems till 25th  in the Indian Sub Continent. 

No meaningful rains expected in any Metro Cities or in any regions till 25th.


Across the Border Weather;

Mild Cold wave in Karachi as mercury drops to 8.8c. Expected to be between 11-12cc next 2 nights. Days around 25c.

Islamabad in the grip of a biting cold as the mercury dipped to -2c

1 comment:

NilaY Wankawala said...

Credit Australian Government Bureau of metereology latest issued 22 12 2020

Issued 22 December 2020

The latest Climate Driver Update and Climate Model Summary are now available on the Bureau's website.

La Niña continues; may be approaching its peak

Despite some warming of sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean over the past fortnight, La Niña remains at moderate levels. Model outlooks suggest the current La Niña is approaching its peak, with a likely return to neutral conditions during the late southern summer or early autumn.

The Southern Annular Mode (SAM) is strongly positive. While positive SAM often occurs during La Niña influence, the current event is also being driven by an exceptionally strong polar vortex over Antarctica. Positive values are expected until at least early 2021. A positive SAM at this time of year typically increases the chance of rainfall in eastern Australia.

The Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) is weak, and currently located over the eastern parts of the Maritime Continent. It is forecast to move east and remain weak over the next fortnight, before possibly strengthening again in the western Indian Ocean in January.

Climate change is also influencing the Australian climate. Rainfall across northern Australia during its wet season (October–April) has increased since the late 1990s, with a greater proportion of high intensity short duration rainfall events.

Nationally averaged rainfall for December 2020 is likely to be in the ten wettest on record while climate outlooks for January to March 2021 indicate rainfall is likely to be above average for most of the eastern third of the country.

More information

Media enquiries: (03) 9669 4057 media@bom.gov.au

Next update expected on 5 January 2021

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