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Weather update 8th November

North East monsoon was active in Tamil nadu and Kerala and fairly active in South Interior Karnataka and Rayalaseema. However the monsoon was weak in Coastal Karnataka and Coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Following are the top 5 wettest places in the regions where North east monsoon was active.

  1. Nagapattinam 71mm
  2. Sriharikota ISRO center 37mm
  3. Venkatagiri 31mm
  4. Pamban 23mm
  5. Chennai 21mm

Region

Rainfall today

Normal rainfall

Accumulated rainfall

Normal accumulated rainfall

Deviation from normal

Coastal Andhra 1.7mm 4.7mm 32.5mm 69.4mm -53%
Rayalaseema 2.8mm 2.0mm 35.1mm 42.3mm -17%
Coastal Karnataka 3.2mm 4.6mm 18.1mm 49.1mm -63%
South Interior Karnataka 3.4mm 2.8mm 16.2mm 38.7mm -58%
Kerala 7.0mm 6.0mm 102.3mm 101.2mm +1%
Tamil nadu 7.1mm 7.2mm 110.5mm 93.5mm +18%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 7th Night and 8th Early morning. The deviation from the normal temperature is shown in the brackets alongside the minimum temperature. The deviation from the previous day is shown as separate column.

Cooling days are those number of days when temperatures fell compared to the previous day.

State

City

Minimum Temperature

Deviation from previous day

Cooling days Total (11)

Jammu Kashmir      (-0.5) Srinagar 2.7 (+1) +1.1 5
Leh -7.1 -1.4 7
Jammu 14.2 (0) +0.1 5
Gulmerg 2.2 (+2) -1.2 3
Punjab (-0.4) Jalandhar 13.5 +0.7 4
Amritsar 13.4 (+4) -1.3 7
Ludhiana 13.6 (+1) -0.5 5
Himachal Pradesh  (+0.1) Manali 4.2 (+1) -0.2 6
Dharamshala 9.4 (-2) -0.2 11
Shimla 10.0 (+2) +0.6 5
Haryana & Delhi     (-1.5) Chandigarh 13.2 (+1) -0.8 8
Delhi 13.5 (-1) -2.1 7
Kurukshetra 13.5 -1.5 8
Rajasthan (+0.4) Bikanir 18.8 (+4) +1.3 6
Jodhpur 16.7 (+1) -0.3 7
Jaisalmer 18.8 (+2) +0.7 5
Udaipur 14.0 (+2) +0.2 5
Jaipur 17.0 (+2) +0.6 4
Kota 17.5 (0) -0.5 6
Gujarat (0) Bhuj 20.3 (+3) -0.5 6
Rajkot 19.6 (0) +0.5 7
Ahmedabad 17.6 (0) -0.4 5
Vadodra 17.4 (-1) -0.4 7
Surat 21.2 (+1) +0.6 5
Madhya Pradesh    (-0.5) Gwalior 13.0 (0) -0.4 9
Ujjain 15.4 +0.2 5
Indore 15.7 (+1) -0.7 4
Bhopal 15.5 (0) -1.5 5
Jabalpur 15.8 (+1) -0.2 6
Chattisgarh (-0.4) Raipur 10.8 (+3) +0.2 5
Bilaspur 17.0 (0) -1.0 9
Maharashtra (-0.3) Mumbai 22.4 (+1) -0.7 7
Pune 13.8 (-1) -1.0 9
Kohlapur 18.3 (0) -1.5 7
Nagpur 16.3 (0) -0.2 5
Aurangabad 15.4 (0) +0.6 5
Nanded 17.0 (+2) +1.0 5
Telangana (+0.4) Hyderabad 17.5 (-2) +0.4 8
Nizamabad 17.2 (-1) +0.2 7
Warangal 18.5 (-2) +0.5 4
Ramagundam 17.9 (-1) +0.5 8
Orissa (-0.9) Sambhalpur 17.6 (0) -0.4 6
Cuttack 19.2 (-1) -1.0 7
Bhubneshwar 19.2 (-1) -0.8 8
Brahmapur 20.1 (-1) -1.2 6
West Bengal (-0.1) Kolkata 21.2 (0) -0.3 6
Darjeeling 12.1 (+1) +0.1 5
North East (+0.2) Guwahati 17.4 (-1) -0.7 7
Dibrugarh 16.5 (+1) -0.5 6
Shillong 10.6 (-1) +0.7 3
Imphal 11.0 (-1) +0.6 7
Agartala 18.0 (+2) +1.0 4
Jharkhand (0) Dhanbad 16.1 (-1) -1.0 5
Ranchi 15.2 (0) -0.1 6
Jamshedpur 19.0 (+2) +1.0 6
Bihar (-0.6) Patna 17.9 (+2) -0.8 6
Gaya 15.5 (0) -1.3 6
Bhagalpur 17.9 (-1) +0.4 7
Uttar Pradesh (-0.6) Varanasi 16.5 (+1) -1.5 8
Allahabad 15.6 (0) -1.6 6
Lucknow 16.0 (+1) +0.7 8
Kanpur 14.2 (+1) -0.2 8
Agra 14.6 (+1) -0.6 7
Uttarakhand (-0.3) Dehradun 13.8 (+2) 0 3
Nainital 10.5 +0.5 6
Kedarnath 10.8 (+4) -1.3 4

 

  • 37 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED COMPARED TO 40 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures have fallen a lot in Northern and Eastern India
  • Temperatures were below normal in Telangana while they were normal or slightly above normal in rest of the country

Following are the Top 5 coldest states in India based on the maximum average drop in temperature.

  1. Haryana and Delhi -1.5
  2. Orissa -0.9
  3. Uttar Pradesh -0.6
  4. Bihar -0.6
  5. Madhya Pradesh -0.5

 

 

 

Weather Update 7th November

North East monsoon has weakened in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil nadu. Both the states have got deficit rain yesterday. However monsoon is very active in Kerala, coastal Karnataka and south interior Karnataka.

Following are the top 5 wettest places in the regions where North east monsoon was active.

  1. Sriharikota 70mm
  2. Kavali 60mm
  3. Thiruvananthapuram 53mm
  4. Nellore 47mm
  5. Mangalore 41mm
Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 4.6mm 5.8mm 30.8mm 64.7mm -52%
Rayalaseema 2.7mm 3.2mm 32.3mm 40.3mm -20%
Coastal Karnataka 8.7mm 3.8mm 14.9mm 44.5mm -67%
South Interior Karnataka 5.0mm 2.8mm 12.8mm 35.9mm -64%
Kerala 10.9mm 6.5mm 95.3mm 95.2mm 0%
Tamil nadu 5.9mm 7.3mm 103.4mm 86.3mm +20%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 6th Night and 7th Early morning. The deviation from the normal temperature is shown in the brackets alongside the minimum temperature. The deviation from the previous day is shown as separate column.

Cooling days are those number of days when temperatures fell compared to the previous day.

State City Minimum Temperature Deviation from previous day Cooling days Total (10)
Jammu Kashmir      (-0.2) Srinagar 1.6 (0) -0.9 5
Leh -5.7 -1.1 6
Jammu 14.1 (0) +1.0 5
Gulmarg 3.5 (+3) 0 2
Punjab (+1.1) Jalandhar 12.8 +0.4 4
Amritsar 14.7 (+5) +1.7 6
Ludhiana 14.1 (+2) +1.3 5
Himachal Pradesh  (-0.1) Manali 4.4 (+1) +0.6 5
Dharamshala 9.6 (-2) -0.2 10
Shimla 9.4 (+1) -0.6 5
Haryana & Delhi     (-0.6) Chandigarh 14.0 (+2) -0.2 7
Delhi 15.6 (+1) -1.0 6
Kurukshetra 15.0 -0.5 7
Rajasthan (0) Bikanir 17.5 (+3) -0.7 6
Jodhpur 17.0 (+1) -0.8 6
Jaisalmer 18.1 (+1) +0.3 5
Udaipur 13.8 (+1) +1.3 5
Jaipur 16.8 (+2) -0.6 4
Kota 18.0 (0) +0.6 5
Gujarat (-0.5) Bhuj 20.8 (+3) +0.4 5
Rajkot 19.1 (0) -1.0 7
Ahmedabad 18.0 (0) -0.6 4
Vadodra 17.8 (-1) +0.6 6
Surat 20.6 (0) -2.0 5
Madhya Pradesh (+0.1) Gwalior 13.4 (0) -0.6 8
Ujjain 15.2 +0.2 5
Indore 16.4 (+1) +0.4 3
Bhopal 17.0 (+2) +0.6 4
Jabalpur 16.0 (0) 0 5
Chattisgarh (-0.2) Raipur 20.0 (+3) 0 5
Bilaspur 18.0 (+1) -0.4 8
Maharashtra (-0.3) Mumbai 23.1 (+1) -0.1 6
Pune 14.8 (0) -1.1 8
Kohlapur 19.8 (+1) -0.8 6
Nagpur 16.5 (0) +1.5 4
Aurangabad 14.8 (0) -0.6 5
Nanded 16.0 (+1) -1.0 5
Telangana (-0.4) Hyderabad 17.1 (-2) -0.9 8
Nizamabad 17.0 (-1) -1.2 7
Warangal 18.0 (-3) +0.5 4
Ramagundam 17.4 (-2) -0.2 8
Orissa (-0.6) Sambhalpur 18.0 (0) -0.8 5
Cuttack 20.2 (0) -0.3 6
Bhubneshwar 20.0 (0) -1.4 7
Brahmapur 21.3 (0) +0.1 6
West Bengal (-0.7) Kolkata 21.5 (0) -1.5 5
Darjeeling 12.0 (+1) +0.1 5
North East (-0.5) Guwahati 18.6 (+1) -0.1 6
Dibrugarh 17.0 (+1) +0.3 5
Shillong 9.9 (-1) -1.1 3
Imphal 10.4 (-2) -1.6 7
Agartala 10.5 (+2) +0.2 4
Jharkhand (0) Dhanbad 17.1 (0) -0.1 4
Ranchi 15.3 (0) +0.7 5
Jamshedpur 18.0 (+1) -0.7 6
Bihar (+0.1) Patna 18.7 (+2) +0.3 5
Gaya 16.8 (+1) -0.4 5
Bhagalpur 17.5 (-2) +0.5 7
Uttar Pradesh (-0.9) Varanasi 18.0 (+2) -0.6 7
Allahabad 17.2 (+1) -1.0 5
Lucknow 15.3 (0) -1.7 8
Kanpur 14.4 (+1) -0.4 7
Agra 15.2 (+1) -0.8 6
Uttarakhand (+0.2) Dehradun 13.8 (+2) -0.5 3
Nainital 10.0 -1.0 6
Kedarnath 12.1 (+5) +2.2 3

 

  • 40 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED COMPARED TO 37 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures have fallen a lot in Northern and Eastern India
  • Temperatures were below normal in Telangana while they were normal or slightly above normal in rest of the country

Following are the Top 5 coldest states in India based on the maximum average drop in temperature.

  1. Uttar Pradesh -0.9
  2. West Bengal -0.7
  3. Orissa -0.6
  4. North East India -0.5
  5. Gujarat -0.5

 

 

 

Weather update 5th November

North East monsoon was vigorous in Tamil nadu and Kerala and has picked up a bit in Andhra also. Tamilnadu gets an excess of +62%, Kerala had a excess of +175%.

Following are the top 5 wettest places in the regions where North east monsoon was active.

  1. Nagapattinam 120mm
  2. Karaikal 114mm
  3. Atmakur 110mm
  4. Cuddalore 88mm
  5. Parangipettai 70mm

Region

Rainfall today

Normal rainfall

Accumulated rainfall

Normal accumulated rainfall

Deviation from normal

Coastal Andhra 5.0mm 4.8mm 18.7mm 54.8mm -66%
Rayalaseema 4.6mm 3.2mm 17.7mm 34.9mm -49%
Coastal Karnataka 0.0mm 2.9mm 5.8mm 37.6mm -85%
South Interior Karnataka 1.7mm 2.6mm 3.8mm 31.5mm -88%
Kerala 20.7mm 7.5mm 75.9mm 82.6mm -8%
Tamil nadu 13.2mm 8.1mm 82.8mm 70.7mm +17%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 4th Night and 5th Early morning. The deviation from the normal temperature is shown in the brackets alongside the minimum temperature. The deviation from the previous day is shown as separate column. Cooling days are those number of days when temperatures fell compared to the previous day.

State

City

Minimum Temperature

Deviation from previous day

Cooling days Total (8)

Jammu Kashmir (+0.3) Srinagar 2.9 (0) +2.8 3
Leh -4.8 +1.2 4
Jammu 13.6 (-1) -1.3 4
Gulmerg 3.0 (+1) -0.5 2
Punjab (+0.4) Jalandhar 11.9 -0.1 4
Amritsar 13.4 (+2) +0.5 5
Ludhiana 13.0 (+1) +0.9 4
Himachal Pradesh  (-0.1) Manali 4.0 (+1) -0.2 4
Dharamshala 10.0 (-2) -0.2 8
Shimla 10.6 (+2) 0 3
Haryana & Delhi (-0.6) Chandigarh 15.0 (+2) +0.1 5
Delhi 16.1 (0) -0.9 5
Kurukshetra 14.5 -0.9 6
Rajasthan (+0.7) Bikanir 17.5 (+2) -1.1 5
Jodhpur 20.0 (0) +2.6 4
Jaisalmer 17.6 (-1) -0.6 5
Udaipur 14.2 (+1) +0.6 4
Jaipur 20.3 (+4) +2.1 2
Kota 18.2 (-2) +0.2 4
Gujarat (+0.8) Bhuj 20.4 (+2) -0.1 5
Rajkot 21.2 (+1) +0.9 5
Ahmedabad 19.7 (+1) +1.1 2
Vadodra 17.0 (-2) -0.4 6
Surat 22.4 (+1) +2.4 4
Madhya Pradesh (0) Gwalior 14.3 (+1) -1.0 6
Ujjain 15.8 +0.3 4
Indore 16.2 (+1) +0.4 2
Bhopal 15.6 (0) -0.1 4
Jabalpur 16.0 (0) +0.5 5
Chattisgarh (-1.1) Raipur 18.6 (0) -0.7 5
Bilaspur 16.6 (-2) -1.5 7
Maharashtra (+0.8) Mumbai 22.6 (0) +1.6 5
Pune 13.0 (-3) +0.5 7
Kohlapur 19.3 (0) +1.8 5
Nagpur 15.2 (-2) +0.6 3
Aurangabad 15.0 (-1) +0.2 4
Nanded 16.0 (-1) 0 4
Telangana (+2.9) Hyderabad 20.9 (+2) +4.8 6
Nizamabad 19.1 (+1) +3.0 5
Warangal 19.5 (-2) +2.0 3
Ramagundam 18.9 (0) +1.7 6
Orissa (+1.1) Sambhalpur 18.1 (-1) +0.8 4
Cuttack 19.2 (-1) +1.0 5
Bhubneshwar 19.8 (-1) +0.9 6
Brahmapur 21.3 (-1) +1.6 5
West Bengal (+1.0) Kolkata 23.3 (+1) +2.2 3
Darjeeling 11.8 (-1) -0.1 5
North East (-0.5) Guwahati 18.3 (-1) -0.2 5
Dibrugarh 17.4 (+1) +0.1 4
Shillong 10.6 (-1) -0.5 2
Imphal 12.6 (-1) -1.9 5
Agartala 20.4 (+1) +0.3 3
Jharkhand (+0.7) Dhanbad 17.2 (-1) +0.5 3
Ranchi 15.5 (0) +0.9 4
Jamshedpur 19.0 (+1) +0.8 4
Bihar (+0.5) Patna 18.7 (+1) +0.3 4
Gaya 17.4 (0) +1.2 3
Bhagalpur 17.5 (-3) -0.1 6
Uttar Pradesh (-0.5) Varanasi 17.8 (+1) -0.3 6
Allahabad 18.1 (+1) +0.1 4
Lucknow 17.1 (+2) -0.6 6
Kanpur 15.0 (0) -0.6 5
Agra 16.8 (+2) -1.0 4
Uttarakhand (+0.2) Dehradun 14.1 (+2) +0.2 2
Nainital 11.5 +0.5 4
Kedarnath 9.9 0 3

 

  • 24 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED COMPARED TO 34 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Today was the warmest winter day so far this season
  • There was a rapid rise in temperatures in many parts of the country
  • Temperatures have fallen in parts of Eastern and Northern India

Following are the Top 5 coldest states in India based on the maximum average drop in temperature.

  1. Chattisgarh -1.1
  2. Haryana and Delhi -0.6
  3. Uttar Pradesh -0.5
  4. North Eastern states -0.5
  5. Himachal Pradesh -0.1

 

 

Weather update 31st October

North East monsoon revived yesterday in Tamil nadu and Kerala and both states got plenty of rainfall. Chennai city recorded 168mm rainfall from yesterday afternoon till today morning.

Following are the top 5 wettest places in the regions where North east monsoon is active.

  1. Parangipettai 263mm
  2. Chennai Airport 168mm
  3. Pondycherry 142mm
  4. Cuddalore 140mm
  5. Nagapattinam 95mm

Region

Rainfall today

Normal rainfall

Accumulated rainfall

Normal accumulated rainfall

Deviation from normal

Coastal Andhra 2.3mm 4.7mm 5.5mm 25.6mm -79%
Rayalaseema 2.6mm 3.4mm 5.6mm 17.9mm -69%
Coastal Karnataka 0.0mm 2.8mm 5.8mm 26.3mm -78%
South Interior Karnataka 0.1mm 2.8mm 1.6mm 18.8mm -91%
Kerala 13.3mm 7.4mm 36.7mm 46.3mm -21%
Tamil nadu 18.3mm 4.8mm 32.1mm 31.6mm +2%

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 30th Night and 31st Early morning

State

City

Minimum Temperature

Deviation from previous day

Cooling days Total (3)

Jammu Kashmir (-0.4) Srinagar 2.7 +0.1 1
Leh -5.2 -1.2 2
Jammu 14.5 -0.6 2
Gulmerg 2.4 0 0
Punjab (-1.2) Jalandhar 11.7 -2.1 1
Amritsar 14.8 -0.2 3
Ludhiana 13.2 -1.4 2
Himachal Pradesh (+0.2) Manali 4.2 +0.2 1
Dharamshala 11.2 -0.4 3
Shimla 9.7 +0.9 1
Haryana & Delhi (-1.1) Chandigarh 14.0 -1.4 2
Delhi 15.7 -1.0 2
Kurukshetra 14.6 -0.8 2
Rajasthan (-0.4) Bikanir 20.5 +1.1 1
Jodhpur 18.2 0 2
Jaisalmer 20.6 -0.1 2
Udaipur 14.6 -0.2 2
Jaipur 17.8 -2.9 1
Kota 17.5 -0.7 2
Gujarat (-1.2) Bhuj 22.3 +0.3 0
Rajkot 20.5 -0.6 3
Ahmedabad 17.4 -2.4 1
Vadodra 17.4 -1.0 3
Surat 18.4 -2.4 2
Madhya Pradesh (-1.1) Gwalior 13.9 -0.3 3
Ujjain 14.8 -0.2 2
Indore 16.0 0 1
Bhopal 15.6 -2.0 1
Jabalpur 15.0 -2.8 3
Chattisgarh (-0.5) Raipur 19.8 -0.9 2
Bilaspur 18.6 -0.2 3
Maharashtra (-0.8) Mumbai 24.5 +2.3 2
Pune 15.3 -0.8 3
Kohlapur 18.8 -1.3 2
Nagpur 15.3 -3.7 1
Aurangabad 15.6 -1.0 2
Nanded 17.0 -0.5 3
Telangana (-1.6) Hyderabad 16.6 -1.7 3
Nizamabad 18.1 -0.9 2
Warangal 18.0 -2.5 2
Ramagundam 17.8 -1.3 3
Orissa (-1.2) Sambhalpur 17.8 +0.3 2
Cuttack 20.5 -1.0 2
Bhubneshwar 21.4 -1.3 2
Brahmapur 19.6 -2.6 2
West Bengal (-1.6) Kolkata 20.3 -3.7 2
Darjeeling 12.8 +0.4 2
North East (-2.7) Guwahati 18.6 -3.8 1
Dibrugarh 18.8 -1.9 1
Shillong 8.3 -3.3 1
Imphal 15.0 -1.7 2
Agartala 17.8 -2.7 2
Jharkhand (+0.1) Dhanbad 18.5 +0.9 1
Ranchi 15.0 -0.4 3
Jamshedpur 20.2 0 1
Bihar (-0.2) Patna 19.4 -0.2 3
Gaya 17.5 +0.2 0
Bhagalpur 17.6 -0.6 3
Uttar Pradesh (-0.9) Varanasi 18.7 +1.1 2
Allahabad 18.0 +0.4 2
Lucknow 16.0 -1.8 2
Kanpur 14.0 -2.5 1
Agra 15.9 -1.7 2
Uttarakhand (+0.8) Dehradun 13.1 -0.7 1
Nainital 10.0 +2.0 2
Kedarnath 8.9 +1.0 2

 

34 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 61 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED COMPARED TO 36 CITIES YESTERDAY.

Temperatures have gone down in Eastern India while they have stabilized in rest of India.

Following are the Top 5 coldest states in India based on the maximum average drop in temperature.

  1. North East India -2.7
  2. Telangana -1.6
  3. West Bengal -1.6
  4. Orissa -1.2
  5. Gujarat -1.2

 

Weather update 29th October

North East monsoon is very weak and it rained only in Kerala and Tamilnadu a bit.

The other regions were totally dry. Following is the rainfall recorded till mid day today from mid day yesterday in the regions where monsoon is active.

Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 0.0mm 5.0mm 0.4mm 15.6mm -97%
Rayalaseema 0.0mm 4.0mm 1.5mm 10.4mm -86%
Coastal Karnataka 0.0mm 6.2mm 5.8mm 19.2mm -70%
South Interior Karnataka 0.0mm 4.6mm 1.5mm 12.1mm -88%
Kerala 5.7mm 9.3mm 23.1mm 30.2mm -24%
Tamil nadu 1.7mm 7.4mm 11.0mm 21.2mm -48%

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 28th Night and 29th Early morning

State City Minimum Temperature Deviation from previous day Cooling days
Jammu Kashmir (-0.1) Srinagar 2.6 -0.2 1
Leh -2.0 +0.3 0
Jammu 15.1 -0.8 1
Gulmerg 2.2 +0.2 0
Punjab (-0.1) Jalandhar 13.6 +0.2 0
Amritsar 15.1 -0.3 1
Ludhiana 14.1 -0.3 1
Himachal Pradesh (-0.5) Manali 4.0 -0.2 1
Dharamshala 12.8 -1.4 1
Shimla 9.6 +0.1 0
Haryana & Delhi (0) Chandigarh 16.2 0 0
Delhi 19.7 +2.4 0
Kurukshetra 15.2 -1.7 1
Rajasthan (-0.1) Bikanir 19.1 -3.9 1
Jodhpur 19.6 -1.5 1
Jaisalmer 20.9 +2.3 0
Udaipur 15.4 +1.2 0
Jaipur 19.8 +0.6 0
Kota 19.4 +2.2 0
Gujarat (-0.6) Bhuj 21.9 0 0
Rajkot 21.4 -0.9 1
Ahmedabad 17.9 +0.2 0
Vadodra 18.6 -0.8 1
Surat 19.6 -1.6 1
Madhya Pradesh (-0.5) Gwalior 14.6 -0.4 1
Ujjain 16.0 0 0
Indore 17.2 0 0
Bhopal 17.0 +0.5 0
Jabalpur 18.2 -2.2 1
Chattisgarh (+0.1) Raipur 21.9 +1.5 0
Bilaspur 19.2 -1.2 1
Maharashtra (-1.5) Mumbai 22.7 -1.0 1
Pune 18.0 -0.9 1
Kohlapur 22.6 +0.1 0
Nagpur 17.0 0 0
Aurangabad 16.0 -1.2 1
Nanded 18.0 -1.0 1
Telangana (-1.3) Hyderabad 18.6 -0.9 1
Nizamabad 18.9 -2.1 1
Warangal 20.5 -1.5 1
Ramagundam 19.6 -0.8 1
Orissa (-2.3) Sambhalpur 20.3 -2.0 1
Cuttack 20.6 -2.4 1
Bhubneshwar 20.4 -3.1 1
Brahmapur 21.6 -1.6 1
West Bengal (-0.9) Kolkata 22.7 -0.4 1
Darjeeling 13.8 -1.4 1
North East (+1.6) Guwahati 20.0 +0.4 0
Dibrugarh 20.0 +1.0 0
Shillong 10.3 +0.7 0
Imphal 17.6 +6.1 0
Agartala 19.6 -0.2 1
Jharkhand (-1.1) Dhanbad 17.6 -1.6 1
Ranchi 16.4 -0.9 1
Jamshedpur 29.6 -0.8 1
Bihar (-0.4) Patna 20.6 -0.2 1
Gaya 17.1 +0.8 0
Bhagalpur 18.6 -1.7 1
Uttar Pradesh (0) Varanasi 18.2 -0.4 1
Allahabad 17.6 -1.6 1
Lucknow 18.4 0 0
Kanpur 15.4 +0.8 0
Agra 18.4 +1.1 0
Uttarakhand (-1.5) Dehradun 13.5 +0.5 0
Nainital 10.0 -2.0 1
Kedarnath 8.1 -3.1 1

 

39 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 56 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED.

Following are the Top 5 coldest states in India based on the maximum average drop in temperature.

Orissa -2.3

Maharashtra -1.5

Uttarakhand -1.5

Telangana -1.3

Jharkhand -1.1

 

Weather update 22nd October

Monsoon has shown some revival in Kerala and Tamilnadu which got an excess of +45% and +2% respectively. Other south Indian states were dry. India as a whole got 0.9mm rain vs normal of 2.0mm which takes the overall rainfall to 905mm vs normal of 953mm which is 95% of LPA. South India is at 100%, Central India is at 96%, Eastern India at 94% and North-western India is at 90%.
South West monsoon has started its withdrawal process again today evening while this report is being written and so whether the process is complete or not and in how many areas monsoon has withdrawn will be known only tomorrow.

Following is the ranking of different states based on the deviation of rainfall from normal between 1st June and 22nd October.

1. Rest of Northeast +25% (Final)
2. Tamilnadu +20%
3. Andhra Pradesh +20%
4. Gujarat +18% (Final)
5. Rajasthan +8% (Final)
6. Goa +7%
7. Maharashtra +4% (Final)
8. Karnataka +2%
9. Jammu Kashmir +2% (Final)
10. West Bengal 0% (Final)
11. Assam -2% (Final)
12. Uttarakhand -3% (Final)
13. Chattisgarh -7% (Final)
14. Orissa -7% (Final)
15. Telangana -7%
16. Jharkhand -8% (Final)
17. Arunachal Pradesh -9% (Final)
18. Bihar -9% (Final)
19. Kerala -9%
20. Himachal Pradesh -13% (Final)
21. Madhya Pradesh -20% (Final)
22. Punjab -22% (Final)
23. Haryana -26% (Final)
24. Uttar Pradesh -31% (Final)
18 out of 24 states have reported the final percentages and only 6 states are left now.
The process of withdrawal of monsoon has started in Hyderabad at around 4.30PM with the formation of low clouds due to the convergence of cold Northerlies and warm Easterlies. This has led to mild rain around 5.45PM and that took the monsoon to the next step of withdrawal. The pressure at that time dipped to 1006 hPa from 1010 hPa seen till5PM.The cloud clearance and increase in the pressure and change in the wind direction pattern will establish the withdrawal of South west monsoon from Hyderabad. Already the monsoon is 7 days late in its withdrawal.
Telangana got 0.1mm rainfall in the last 24hrs vs normal of 2.3mm and that’s a deficit of -98%. That takes the total seasonal rainfall to 767mm vs normal of 827mm which is a deficit of -7%.

Following is the deviation of different districts from normal in the period between 1st June to 22nd October.

1. Hyderabad +33%
2. Warangal +8%
3. Mahbubnagar +5%
4. Khammam 0%
5. Rangareddy -2%
6. Nalgonda -3%
7. Medak -10%
8. Karimnagar -16% (Final)
9. Nizamabad -17% (Final)
10. Adilabad -25% (Final)

Weather update 16th October

Monsoon has withdrawn from some more parts of India due to the low pressure in the bay of bengal. Today it has withdrawn from 10% of India’s geographical area and now monsoon is out of 70% of the country. Monsoon today has withdrawn from the entire Bihar, entire Jharkhand, entire West bengal, 15% of North east, 60% of orissa, 90% of chattisgarh and 40% of Maharashtra. Conditions are favourable for the monsoon to withdraw from the entire country by 18th or 19th of October. The withdrawal line passes through Guwahati in Assam, Chirrapunji in Meghalaya, puri in orissa, Jagdalpur in chattisgarh, Chandrapur, Aurangabad and Nashik in Maharashtra.
The low pressure that was concentrated around 900kms east of Nellore yesterday evening has moved now in the Western direction and located in East central bay of bengal around 700kms East of Chennai around 9PM on 16th October. It is likely to remain static and likely to intensify into a depression by 17th October 8AM. Wind speeds are likely to reach 55-60kmph.
South India got an excess rainfall of +50% while the other regions got deficit rainfall. India as a whole got 2.4mm rain vs normal of 2.2mm. That takes the total seasonal rainfall from 1st June to 16th October to 901mm vs normal of 940mm which is 96% of LPA. South India is at 101%, Central India is at 96%, Eastern India at 94% and North-western

India is at 90%. Following are the top 5 wettest states in India.

1. Telangana +201%
2. Maharashtra +182%
3. Karnataka +138%
4. Andhra Pradesh +71%
5. Rest of Northeast +11%

Following is the ranking of different states based on the deviation of rainfall from normal between 1st June and 16th October.

1. Tamilnadu +29%
2. Andhra Pradesh +26%
3. Rest of Northeast +25%
4. Gujarat +18% (Final)
5. Rajasthan +8% (Final)
6. Goa +7%
7. Karnataka +4%
8. Maharashtra +4% (Final)
9. Jammu Kashmir +2% (Final)
10. West Bengal 0% (Final)
11. Assam -2%
12. Uttarakhand -3% (Final)
13. Telangana -5%
14. Chattisgarh -7% (Final)
15. Orissa -7% (Final)
16. Jharkhand -8% (Final)
17. Kerala -8%
18. Arunachal Pradesh -9%
19. Bihar -9% (Final)
20. Himachal Pradesh -13% (Final)
21. Madhya Pradesh -20% (Final)
22. Punjab -22% (Final)
23. Haryana -26% (Final)
24. Uttar Pradesh -31% (Final)
15 out of 24 states have reported the final percentages and only 9 states are left now.
Hyderabad got good amount of rainfall in last 24 hours ending at 2.30PM. All the rainfall was between 2.30PM to 6.30PM. Looks like this is the last bit of rainfall that the Hyderabad city got as a part of South west monsoon. Hyderabad on an average got 4.6mm rainfall vs normal of 2.8mm and that takes the total seasonal rainfall from 1st June to 16th October to 952mm vs normal of 699mm which is +36% more than the normal.

Following is the rainfall recorded in 6 different observatories located in Hyderabad.

1. Shamirpet 22.4mm
2. Begumpet 6.2mm
3. Saroornagar 3.8mm
4. Hakimpet 3.2mm
5. Golkonda 3.0mm
6. Hayatnagar 0.2mm
Telangana got plenty of rainfall on Sunday evening and the average rainfall is 7.2mm vs normal of 2.4mm which is an excess of +201%. That takes the total seasonal rainfall to 766mm vs normal of 812mm which is deficit of just -5%.

Following is the deviation of different districts from normal in the period between 1st June to 16th October.

1. Hyderabad +36%
2. Warangal +10%
3. Mahbubnagar +7%
4. Khammam +1%
5. Rangareddy 0%
6. Nalgonda 0%
7. Medak -9%
8. Karimnagar -15%
9. Nizamabad -18%
10. Adilabad -24%

Weather Update 6th October

Monsoon continues to be very active in South India which got an excess of +77% rain. Central India got the normal rainfall while Eastern India and North western India were totally dry. India got 3.2mm rain vs normal of 3.6mm which takes the total seasonal rainfall to 861mm vs normal of 911mm which is 94% of LPA. South India is at 101% of LPA, Eastern India at 95%, Central India at 94% and North western India at 90% of LPA.

Following are the top 5 wettest states.

1. Tamilnadu +158%
2. Andhra Pradesh +101%
3. Orissa +98%
4. Kerala +73%
5. Karnataka +29%

Following is the ranking of different states based on the deviation from normal for the time period 1st June to 6th October.

1. Tamil nadu +36%
2. Rest of North east +24%
3. Andhra Pradesh +22%
4. Gujarat +18%
5. Rajasthan +8%
6. Goa +7%
7. Jammu Kashmir +2%
8. Maharashtra -2%
9. West Bengal -3%
10. Karnataka -3%
11. Assam -3%
12. Uttarakhand -3%
13. Orissa -8%
14. Arunachal Pradesh -8%
15. Jharkhand -9%
16. Kerala -9%
17.Bihar -10%
18. Chattisgarh -10%
19. Telangana -11%
20. Himachal Pradesh -13%
21. Madhya Pradesh -20%
22. Punjab -22%
23. Haryana -26%
24. Uttar Pradesh -29%
Some areas of Hyderabad city got rainfall in last 24 hours ending at 2.30pm today. Hyderabad city got 2.2m rainfall vs normal of 6.5mm which is a deficit of -66%.

Following is the rainfall in 6 different observatories in Hyderabad.

1. Begumpet 2.4mm
2. Golkonda 2.0mm
3. Hakimpet 1.2mm
4. Saroornagar 0.8mm
5. Hayatnagar 0.2mm
6. Shamirpet 0mm
Telangana on an average got 7.7mm rain vs normal of 6.3mm which is an excess of +23%. Karimnagar, Warangal got excess rainfall. This takes the total seasonal rainfall to 697mm vs normal of 783mm which is still a deficit of -11%.

Following is the deviation of different districts in Telangana from the normal.

1. Hyderabad +22%
2. Warangal +6%
3. Khammam +1%
4. Nalgonda -1%
5. Mehbubnagar -3%
6. Rangareddy -8%
7. Medak -14%
8. Karimnagar -22%
9. Nizamabad -26%
10. Adilabad -29%

Weather update 5th October

Monsoon is active only in South India and weak in central India. It was almost absent in Eastern India. South India has an excess of +84%. India as a whole got 2.6mm vs normal of 3.9mm which is a deficit of -32%. That takes the total to 858mm vs normal of 908mm which is 94% of LPA. South India is at 100% LPA, Eastern India is at 95%, central India is at 94% and North western India is at 90% of LPA.

Following are the top 5 wettest states in India.

1. Tamilnadu +247%
2. Andhra Pradesh +130%
3. Karnataka +53%
4. Chattisgarh +35%
5. Goa +31%
Hyderabad was dry in the last 24 hours ending at 2.30pm today. Telangana however got normal rainfall of 4.5mm vs normal of 4.0mm and that takes the total seasonal rainfall to 690mm vs normal of 777mmm which is a deficit of -11%.

Following is the deviation of rainfall in terms of percentage deviation from normal from 1st June to 5th October.

1. Hyderabad +22%
2. Warangal +6%
3. Khammam +2%
4. Nalgonda -1%
5. Mahbubnagar -3%
6. Rangareddy -8%
7. Medak -14%
8. Karimnagar -24%
9. Nizamabad -26%
10. Adilabad -29%