Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Posted Wednesday 18th March Afternoon:

The first official 40c of this India was recorded at Anantapur* (Rayalseema) on 17th March 2020.[Anantapur also was the first 40c in India in 2010 on 5th March]

* Though for 2020, the first 40c on IMD AWS Station was recorded on 17th Febraury at Karjat (North Konkan) ..see the article here.

{The earliest 40c ( IMD) as per Vagaries' record was on 20th February 2016 , 40.9c at Bhubaneshwar . Next was on 22nd February 2006, 40.5c at Akola (Maharahtra).These are as per records kept with Vagaries since last 40 years} 

[ Earliest 40c for Mumbai was 0n 5th March 1981, also first 40c in India]

Rainfall in Vidharbh and Marathwada measured in last 24 hrs

Parbhani 4.8 mms.

Rainfall expected next 2 days in Vidharbh, East M.P., Chattisgarh and South Odisha.
Jabalpur: Showers expected on Thursday 19th.

M-3 expected (Moderate) around 21st March....

Mumbai will have almost clear skies. The last 2 days have seen 36/37c, but expect now to stabilise around 34/35c next 3 days...18th/19th/20th. Warmer nights hence around 21/23c, hence wiping out the mild nip felt recently.
Pune will also warm up and stabilise around day temperatures of 36/37c next 3 days.

Jalgaon will se mostly clear skies with the days warm/hot around 36/37c next 3 days, 18th/19th/20th.

1 comment:

sset said...

South East India Anantapur Rayalseema is likely driest place in India - much attributed due to continues NEM failures . Rajasthan Jaiselmer, Gujarat Kutch are no longer dry places due to exceptional SWM.

  October 5th.. Dussehra wishes to all Vagaries Readers  It now seems we may have to neglect the weak BB 14 and concentrate on this new Low....