Mumbai saw a fall in day temp on Tuesday, with strong NW winds. The day was 27c at Colaba and 28c at S'Cruz. Now could fall to the 14/15c expected on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning.
But, this week is a week of wide fluctuations for Mumbai. Friday will see the day temp going up to 34c ! And the night will be 19c. Reverting back to 31c by Sunday, as NW winds return ( F-2 expected from Sunday).
Pune: should see a drop from Tuesday for a couple of days.
A UAC forms over S.Madhya Mah on Thursday, bringing in some clouds over the city. (Some light rains in S.Madhya Mah possible Thursday).
Delhi 's projected drizzle did take place today (Tuesday), with S'Jung measuring 0.6mms and Palam 0.6 mms.The days were better with the NW winds and hovered around 20c. Our expected fall in night temp to 7c should now take place from Tuesday night.
Chennai was partly cloudy today, with some areas reporting light rainfall. another cloudy day on Wed, and warmer days from Friday as mentioned.
Bangalore has already heated up to the 31-18c range on Tuesday. Though expected fro Thursday, we see the heating taking effect sooner.
Kolkata, now in the 30-16c range, will see a marginal drop next 2 days. On Wed and Thursday, with N winds, will bring about a fall of 2/3 c in the day and night temps, to around 27c and 13c range.
But no precipitation expected next few days. We may hope for some on seeing the movement of F-2 later this week or early next week.
Satyen reports of a cooler day on Tuesday for Bharuch.The town will see a rise in day temps from Thursday, maybe substantial on Friday, reverting back to decent temps on Sunday.
Neeraj reports of a very warm day in Kathmandu on Tuesday. With the day's high at 25.7c, it seems to him it could be a record for the month ! Heavy rains expected on Wed in Kathmandu region and eastern Nepal and Sikkim.
Karachi has cooled down and is in the 22-8c range (check forecast), though Sukkar has dropped to 4c, against vagaries' expected 6c forecast. Rise in temps for the reigon from Friday.
F-2 in Northern Pakistan region from Saturday, 11th.