Monday, February 04, 2013

Priti sends pics from Bharuch..Tuesday morning inter active Page....and Delhi pics on FB group..
F-1 moved exactly into the regions forecasted last week, and precipitates good rainfall in Northern Indian states and Pakistan...

In Kashmir, Batote 46 mms, Gulmarg measured 16 mms, Srinagar 3 mms, Banihal 34 mms. In HP Kullu guaged 26 mms, Kapla and Keylong 22 mms and Simla 12 mms
Pathankot in Punjab saw 16 mms, Amritsar 11 mms, and several stations upto 5-10 mms.
Few places in Delhi NCR had some light drizzles measured in traces. 
Rajasthan saw some pockets of rain with Jaisalmer showing 4 mms and Churu 1 mm.

In Pakistan, Islamabad AP received 62 mms, Mianwali 50 mms, Lahore 19 mms and all stations in Punjab between 10-20 mms.
In Sindh, Karachi managed 6 mms, Rohri and Dadu 9 mms and some stations up to 5 mms. In Balochistan, Khuzdar measured 39 mms. 
More Pakistan rainfall amounts from "Memories of the Past" and Cmdr Potey in the comments ..

As anticipated,  Nagpur, was warmer at 31.7c, with S/SE winds resuming from evening hours.

F-1 now lies as on Monday morning as an upper air system upto sea level over the Indian Punjab region, with a trough going Southwards upto South Rajasthan. An induced low at sea level is seen over South Rajasthan.

Surat remains hazy on Monday and clearing up from Tuesday thru Thursday. SW winds on Monday, but reverting to NW from Tuesday morning. No fog from Tuesday.
Monday and Tuesday see a drop in the day temperatures to around 29/30c. Wednesday a further drop by around 2c...nights will start dropping fronm the current 21c to 17/18c straaight away from Monday night..plummeting to around 13c by Wednesday and Thursday morning. 

Similar conditions for Bharuch..maybe 1/2c cooler than Surat at night..


Memories of the Past said...

In Pakistan, Nowshera has received upto 107 mm rainfall till 8 am PST today, Several stations in Khyber Pakhtoonkhuwa have received heavy rains till 8 am today, which include Malam jabba 85 mm, Saidu Sharif 83 mm, PEshawar 79 mm etc. please mentioned them as well. this is for your information.

Unknown said...

From Geo News Pakistan ...posted by Potey

PESHAWAR: The Met Office here Monday forecast widespread thunderstorm rain with snowfalls over the hills of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during next 24 hours and will continue with intervals till Tuesday.

According to spokesman of Met Office here, a strong western system is affecting northern parts of the country and likely to persist during next 48 hours. This strong weather system is expected to generate heavy rains with snowfall over the hills in upper parts of the country .

In next 24 hours, widespread thunderstorm rain with snowfall (scattered heavy falls) over the hills is expected in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, upper Punjab including Islamabad, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, while isolated rain is likely in southern Punjab, upper Sindh, Quetta, Zhob divisions. The weather of Abbottabad, Peshawar, Mardan, Parachinar, Swat, Bannu and DI Khan will remain cloudy with chances of rain during this period.

Widespread rain with snowfall over the hills is expected in Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, upper Punjab including Islamabad, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan during next 48 hours.

In last 24 hours, widespread rain occurred in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab including Islamabad, Kashmir, while scattered in upper and Southern Sindh.

The maximum rain was received by Risalpur 84mm followed by Saidusharif 83mm, Peshawar (PAF) 79mm, Chirat 70mm, Lower Dir 67mm, Rawalpindi 62mm, Islamabad, Kohat, Garidupatta 61mm,Islamabad( Golra) 58mm, Islamabad (Saidpur) 55mm, Mianwali 50mm, Pattan 49mm, Bannu 48mm, Rawalpindi (Shamsabad) 47mm, Rawalpindi (Bokra) 45mm, Dir 40mm, Khuzdar 39mm, Mangla 36mm, Kalat 34mm, Muzaffarabad 30mm, Murree 29mm, Balakot 25mm, Chitral 24mm, Joharabad 23mm, Bahawalnagar, Noorpur Thal 22mm, Sialkot, Kotli 21mm, Kakul, Chakwal 20mm, Lahore (A.P) 19mm, M.B.Din 18mm, Sialkot (A.P) 17mm, Gujranwala, Lahore (PBO) 15mm, Bhakkar 12mm, Okara, Bahawalpur and Sargodha 11 mm respectively during last 24 hours.

Malamjabba received 3.5 feet snowfall followed by Kalam 2 feet, Drosh one foot, Dir 08 inch, Murree 07 inch, Chitral 06 inch and Skardu 05 inch. Parachinar remained the coldest place where -10 C followed by Astore -07 C, Gupis, Skardu -03 C, Hunza -02 C minimum temperature was recorded. The pollen count remained 12 per cubic meter respectively.

Rajesh said...

Thanks for the rainfall amounts of Pakistan..really effective system...

memoriesoftherain said...

wow good amount of rains in pakistan.infact better then monsoon rains.

Viravanalluran said...

Pakistan Meteorological Department [PMD] is as good as IMD.

memories of the future said...

some of the models have predicted rains for mumbai for tommorow.

Memories of the Past said...

Following are the highest rainfall amount till now in Pakistan, rainfall still continued. Chirat got 148 mm, Saidu Sharif got 138 mm, Risalpur got 136 mm, Lower DIR got 107 mm

memories of the future said...

weather has turned cloudy in mumbai as predicted by some models

Rajesh said...

Memories of the Past: Please identify yourself. Its so much easier to inter act with someone on a personal basis..and correspondence becomes easier..and where are you from..Thanks.

Unknown said...

Delhi having good rain and waterlogging too!.......potey

Memories of the Past said...

I am Wajahat Butt, and i am from Karachi Pakistan. I realy like your weather blog and i am reading your blog from the past 8 months or so.

memories of the future said...

cloud cover increasing in mumbai hope it showers.

Memories of the Past said...

Last 48 hrs Chief amount of rainfall in Pakistan are as follows:
Malam Jabba 182 mm
Saidu Sharif 174 mm
Nowshehra 164 mm
Rawalakot 163 mm
Cherat 158 mm
Risalpur 149 mm
Garhi Dopatta 145 mm
Islamabad ZP 136 mm
Islamabad AP 135 mm
Chakwal 126 mm
Lower Dir 125 mm

Abhijit Modak said...

Confirmed news from B.P Yadav , Director,
IMD in Aaj Tak news channel that previous
heavy rain in Feb month was 104mm in
24hrs period and then today second heavy
rain of 56mm in ridge area & Sjung 46mm.
So today's WD rain is compare with monsoon rain. As rain was falling like as if
Monsoon rains ! So like this it is compared and news is flashing on TV news channel that 71years record is broken for Feb month in Delhi by rains of 24hrs period.

Rajesh said...

Request to please put in comments with name as its always better to re-communicate..different identities without name are as good as anonymous..thanks.

Rajesh said...

Wajahat Butt>Thanks for the ID..another request, please sign at the end of your comments...your comments are good and usefull to our readers, and you are one of them for several years..Thanks.

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Unknown said...

How are we over the weekend?

Strong Western Disturbance is seen affecting the country and the subcontinent. Heavy rain and snow reported from Himalayas, and rain/thunder...