22nd May...Night Posting:
FAQ: What about the South West Monsoon?
The meteorological " Disturbances" In the aftermath of Cyclone "Asani" In the West Coast of India, has stalled the progress to some extent. The UAC disturbed the set up.
ITCZ is still around the Equator.
Now, re-forming is happening, and the Somali winds are cooling the Sea around ( 20°) as of now.
Upper SW winds will organise, and dump Monsoon rains over Kerala around 27th May.
Expecting a little slow progress Northwards after the Kerala advance. ( For a week).
Point wise for next 4 days... From Monday 23-26th
*Mumbai A mild drizzle on Saturday in few areas ..Does not mean Monsoon. Coming week will be Hot/humid around 34- 35c...Actually feeling 38c..maybe light drizzle in some parts on Wed, Thursday.
For Mumbai, these are Pre Monsoon rains..Proper Monsoon still 15 days away.
* Pune will be getting cloudy after noon...around 35c, but the UV-Index climbs up to 10,
*Konkan light to moderate passing showers this week.
* Vidharbh will see heat around 40- 43c
* Marathwada will be hot and dry. No rushing into sowing still.* मराठवाडा उष्ण आणि कोरडा राहील. पेरणीसाठी अद्याप घाई नाही.मान्सूनचे आगमन अजून १५ दिवस..जूनच्या पहिल्या आठवड्यात थोडा पाऊस
North India forecast: Temporary relief from the summer heat!! A moderate intensity Western Disturbance is expected to impact North India from tomorrow 23rd May. (Induced cyclonic circulation over Punjab and moisture from Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal) to cause moderate to strong dust storms and Thundershowers (with chance of some hail) across Punjab, Haryana, North Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and north Madhya Pradesh regions on 23-24th May. Hill Sataes could witness moderate rain/thunderstorms with heavy in some parts, while upper reaches could see snow.
Delhi NCR: Thunder Squalls expected on 23rd/24th..with a slight fall in day temperature to 37/38c. Later, Thunderstorm activity to expand Eastward towards Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha, east Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh by 24th. Strong kalbaisakhis likely along northern east coast states.
Compilation by Shreyas & Rajesh.
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