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.

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