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Weather update 1st December

The cyclonic storm Ockhi which developed in Arabian sea near Kanyakumari has moved west north western direction and lies centered near Lakshadweep islands. Because of this Tamil nadu and Kerala got its best day of the monsoon.

Following are the top 5 wettest states in the region.

  1. Kodaikanal (Tamilnadu) 131mm
  2. Coonoor (Tamilnadu) 129mm
  3. Tuticorin (Tamilnadu) 104mm
  4. Kanyakumari (Tamilnadu) 96mm
  5. Punalur (Kerala) 92mm
Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 1.0mm 1.2mm 52.9mm 124.2mm -57%
Rayalaseema 5.7mm 1.0mm 47.0mm 79.0mm -41%
Coastal Karnataka 0.5mm 1.5mm 31.2mm 81.2mm -62%
South Interior Karnataka 1.5mm 0.7mm 20.6mm 64.3mm -68%
Kerala 22.5mm 3.4mm 205.5mm 183.9mm +12%
Tamil nadu 41.5mm 4.7mm 213.9mm 202.0mm +6%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 30th Night and 1st  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 (32)
Jammu Kashmir      (-1.1) Srinagar -2.9 (-3) -1.2 18
Leh -11.0 -1.6 19
Jammu 8.4 (-2) -0.4 17
Gulmerg -3.4 (0) -1.0 15
Punjab (-0.3) Jalandhar 6.0 -1.0 16
Amritsar 6.2 (+1) -0.2 19
Ludhiana 8.0 (+1) +0.3 16
Himachal Pradesh  (-0.1) Manali -0.2 (-1) -0.6 16
Dharamshala 6.8 (-1) 0 23
Shimla 6.8 (+1) +0.3 18
Haryana & Delhi     (-0.2) Chandigarh 7.5 (-1) -0.7 20
Delhi 8.4 (-2) -1.2 19
Kurukshetra 8.6 +1.1 17
Rajasthan (0) Bikanir 14.2 (+4) +0.2 16
Jodhpur 15.0 (+3) +3.1 19
Jaisalmer 11.9 (-1) -1.2 15
Udaipur 10.6 (+1) +0.2 15
Jaipur 12.3 (+1) -0.2 13
Kota 11.1 (-3) -1.8 16
Gujarat (+0.2) Bhuj 15.3 (+2) -1.3 16
Rajkot 15.4 (-1) -0.3 21
Ahmedabad 15.9 (+1) +1.8 16
Vadodra 15.0 (-1) -0.2 19
Surat 20.0 (+2) +1.0 12
Madhya Pradesh    (-0.6) Gwalior 9.1 (0) +1.3 18
Ujjain 11.0 -1.0 13
Indore 13.0 (+1) -1.2 17
Bhopal 12.0 (-1) -0.8 15
Jabalpur 9.8 (-2) -1.2 14
Chattisgarh (+0.3) Raipur 16.7 (+4) +1.6 15
Bilaspur 12.0 (-3) -1.0 19
Maharashtra (+1.0) Mumbai 19.1 (-1) +1.1 18
Pune 12.7 (-0) +1.1 17
Kohlapur 18.8 (+3) +2.3 19
Nagpur 12.2 (-2) -0.3 16
Aurangabad 14.3 (+1) +1.5 14
Nanded 15.5 (+1) 0 13
Telangana (+0.9) Hyderabad 15.6 (0) -0.4 19
Nizamabad 16.5 (+2) +1.9 18
Warangal 17.0 (0) +0.5 10
Ramagundam 15.4 (0) +1.4 19
Orissa (0) Sambhalpur 13.5 (-2) +0.9 16
Cuttack 14.0 (-2) -0.5 15
Bhubneshwar 14.7 (-2) +0.1 16
Brahmapur 15.8 (-2) -0.5 17
West Bengal (-0.6) Kolkata 15.6 (-1) +1.0 16
Darjeeling 9.4 (0) -2.1 16
North East (-0.2) Guwahati 13.5 (-1) +0.5 18
Dibrugarh 12.5 (+1) -0.7 17
Shillong 6.4 (-2) +0.2 14
Imphal 6.5 (-2) -2.0 18
Agartala 15.2 (-1) +0.9 15
Jharkhand (-0.4) Dhanbad 8.6 (-6) -0.6 15
Ranchi 9.5 (-1) -0.5 18
Jamshedpur 11.2 (-2) 0 14
Bihar (+0.3) Patna 11.1 (-1) +0.6 19
Gaya 9.2 (-2) -0.2 18
Bhagalpur 10.0 (-6) +0.4 19
Uttar Pradesh (-0.4) Varanasi 9.2 (-3) -0.8 20
Allahabad 10.2 (-2) +0.5 16
Lucknow 8.9 (-2) -0.1 18
Kanpur 8.2 (-3) +0.2 19
Agra 8.1 (-2) -1.7 17
Uttarakhand (-1.0) Dehradun 8.5 (0) -0.2 15
Nainital 8.0 0 16
Kedarnath 4.5 (-1) -2.7 17

 

  • 35 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 23 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures fell today in the Northern India. In many places they are below normal. North east saw further drop in temperatures
  • There was a rising in temperatures seen in Central India. Temperatures are going above normal in these areas.
  • Bhagalpur in Bihar recorded 6 degrees below normal temperature while Raipur in Chattisgarh recorded temperatures 4 degrees above normal. Hyderabad recorded normal temperature.

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

  1. Jammu Kashmir -1.1
  2. Uttarakhand -1.0
  3. Madhya Pradesh -0.6
  4. West Bengal -0.6
  5. Jharkhand -0.4

 

 

Weather update 30th November

A cyclonic storm has developed over Arabian sea and Indian ocean off south Kerala and Tamilnadu coast. It is located 100 south of Kanyakumari at 5PM today evening. It is likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm. Under its influence there was widespread rain in Tamilnadu and south Kerala.

Following are the top 5 wettest places in the region.

  1. Pondicherry (Tamilnadu) 65mm
  2. Kanyakumari (Tamilnadu) 63mm
  3. Chennai (Tamilnadu) 60mm
  4. Thanjavur (Tamilnadu) 55mm
  5. Cuddalore (Tamilnadu) 44mm
Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 0.7mm 1.3mm 51.9mm 123.0mm -58%
Rayalaseema 1.5mm 0.9mm 41.3mm 78.0mm -47%
Coastal Karnataka 0mm 1.8mm 30.7mm 79.7mm -61%
South Interior Karnataka 0mm 0.5mm 19.1mm 63.6mm -69%
Kerala 5.3mm 2.0mm 183.0mm 180.5mm +1%
Tamil nadu 12.2mm 3.7mm 172.4mm 197.3mm -13%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 28th Night and 29th 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 (31)
Jammu Kashmir      (-1.5) Srinagar -1.7 (-2) -1.3 17
Leh -9.4 -0.9 18
Jammu 8.8 (-1) -2.6 16
Gulmerg -2.4 (+1) -1.1 14
Punjab (-0.7) Jalandhar 7.0 -1.3 15
Amritsar 6.4 (+2) -0.8 18
Ludhiana 7.7 (0) +0.1 16
Himachal Pradesh  (-0.1) Manali 0.4 (0) +0.4 15
Dharamshala 6.8 (-1) -0.4 23
Shimla 6.5 (+1) -0.4 18
Haryana & Delhi     (-0.3) Chandigarh 8.3 (+1) -1.0 19
Delhi 9.6 (-1) 0 18
Kurukshetra 7.5 +0.1 17
Rajasthan (+0.2) Bikanir 14.0 (+4) -0.8 16
Jodhpur 11.1 (-1) +0.8 19
Jaisalmer 13.1 (0) -1.3 14
Udaipur 10.4 (0) +1.4 15
Jaipur 12.5 (+2) +0.7 12
Kota 12.9 (-1) +0.4 15
Gujarat (+0.6) Bhuj 16.6 (+4) +0.3 15
Rajkot 15.7 (0) +0.2 20
Ahmedabad 14.1 (0) +0.9 16
Vadodra 15.2 (0) +1.0 18
Surat 19.0 (+1) +0.8 12
Madhya Pradesh    (+0.5) Gwalior 9.1 (0) +1.3 18
Ujjain 12.0 +1.0 12
Indore 14.2 (+2) +0.8 16
Bhopal 12.8 (0) -0.8 14
Jabalpur 11.0 (-1) 0 13
Chattisgarh (+0.1) Raipur 15.1 (+2) -0.2 15
Bilaspur 13.0 (-2) +0.4 18
Maharashtra (+0.2) Mumbai 18.0 (-2) -0.6 18
Pune 11.6 (-1) +0.1 17
Kohlapur 16.5 (0) +0.1 19
Nagpur 12.5 (-2) +0.9 15
Aurangabad 12.8 (0) +0.4 14
Nanded 15.5 (+1) +0.5 13
Telangana (+0.9) Hyderabad 15.6 (0) -0.4 19
Nizamabad 16.5 (+2) +1.9 18
Warangal 17.0 (0) +0.5 10
Ramagundam 15.4 (0) +1.4 19
Orissa (-0.1) Sambhalpur 12.6 (-2) +0.2 16
Cuttack 14.5 (-1) 0 14
Bhubneshwar 14.6 (-2) -0.4 16
Brahmapur 16.3 (-2) -0.2 16
West Bengal (-0.4) Kolkata 14.6 (-2) -1.0 16
Darjeeling 11.5 (+2) +0.2 15
North East (-0.8) Guwahati 13.0 (-1) -1.7 18
Dibrugarh 13.7 (+1) -2.6 16
Shillong 6.2 (-2) +0.8 14
Imphal 8.5 (0) +0.1 17
Agartala 14.3 (0) -0.5 15
Jharkhand (+0.4) Dhanbad 9.2 (-5) 0 14
Ranchi 10.0 (-1) +0.4 17
Jamshedpur 11.2 (-2) +0.8 14
Bihar (+0.2) Patna 10.5 (-1) +0.1 19
Gaya 9.4 (-2) +0.2 17
Bhagalpur 9.6 (-7) +0.2 19
Uttar Pradesh (+0.4) Varanasi 10.0 (-1) -0.1 19
Allahabad 9.7 (-2) +0.3 16
Lucknow 9.0 (-2) +0.8 17
Kanpur 8.0 (-3) +0.5 19
Agra 9.8 (-1) +0.5 16
Uttarakhand (+0.3) Dehradun 8.7 (0) -0.6 14
Nainital 8.0 +1.0 16
Kedarnath 7.2 (+2) +1.6 16

 

  • 23 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 29 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures rose today in the Northern and Eastern. In many places they are normal. North east saw further drop in temperatures
  • There was a stabilization in temperatures seen in Central India. Temperatures are reaching to normal in these areas.
  • Bhagalpur in Bihar recorded 7 degrees below normal temperature while Bhuj in Gujarat recorded temperatures 4 degrees above normal. Hyderabad recorded normal temperature.

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

  1. Jammu Kashmir -1.5
  2. North East -0.8
  3. Punjab -0.7
  4. West Bengal -0.4
  5. Haryana and Delhi -0.3

Weather update 28th  November

North East monsoon was active in Tamilnadu and Kerala. Following are the top 5 wettest places in the region.

  1. Pamban (Tamilnadu) 41mm
  2. Parangipettai (Tamilnadu) 26mm
  3. Tuticorin (Tamilnadu) 23mm
  4. Kanyakumari (Tamilnadu) 21mm
  5. Kodaikanal (Tamilnadu) 11mm
Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 0mm 1.2mm 50.5mm 120.4mm -58%
Rayalaseema 0mm 1.1mm 38.3mm 76.0mm -48%
Coastal Karnataka 0mm 0.4mm 30.7mm 77.2mm -60%
South Interior Karnataka 0mm 0.5mm 19.1mm 62.2mm -69%
Kerala 5.9mm 1.2mm 172.1mm 177.3mm -3%
Tamil nadu 7.8mm 2.7mm 158.5mm 189.6mm -16%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 27th Night and 28th 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 (29)
Jammu Kashmir      (0) Srinagar -0.4 (0) 0 16
  Leh -8.5 0 17
  Jammu 8.3 (-2) 0 15
  Gulmerg -1.5 (+2) 0 13
Punjab (-0.1) Jalandhar 8.0 +0.6 14
  Amritsar 7.7 (+2) +0.5 17
  Ludhiana 8.7 (+1) -1.3 15
Himachal Pradesh  (-0.3) Manali 0.8 (0) 0 14
  Dharamshala 7.6 (+1) 0 21
  Shimla 7.5 (+2) -1.0 16
Haryana & Delhi     (-0.5) Chandigarh 8.6 (0) -1.6 18
  Delhi 10.3 (0) -0.2 17
  Kurukshetra 7.6 +0.4 16
Rajasthan (0) Bikanir 12.5 (+3) 0 15
  Jodhpur 11.2 (-1) 0 18
  Jaisalmer 15.6 (+3) 0 12
  Udaipur 9.8 (0) 0 14
  Jaipur 11.6 (+1) 0 12
  Kota 13.1 (-1) 0 14
Gujarat (-0.2) Bhuj 17.3 (+4) +3.2 14
  Rajkot 16.5 (0) -0.4 19
  Ahmedabad 12.0 (-3) -2.5 16
  Vadodra 13.4 (-2) -0.2 18
  Surat 17.8 (0) -0.7 12
Madhya Pradesh    (+0.3) Gwalior 7.4 (-2) -2.1 18
  Ujjain 10.0 0 12
  Indore 12.8 (+1) +1.8 16
  Bhopal 11.2 (-2) +0.9 13
  Jabalpur 10.6 (-1) +1.0 13
Chattisgarh (-0.2) Raipur 14.5 (+1) -0.4 14
  Bilaspur 11.4 (-4) -0.1 18
Maharashtra (-0.5) Mumbai 18.5 (-1) -1.0 17
  Pune 11.5 (-1) -1.0 17
  Kohlapur 17.3 (+1) -0.2 18
  Nagpur 11.0 (-3) +0.4 15
  Aurangabad 12.0 (-1) -0.5 14
  Nanded 12.5 (-1) -0.5 13
Telangana (-0.8) Hyderabad 14.1 (-2) -1.4 18
  Nizamabad 13.6 (-1) -1.1 18
  Warangal 15.0 (-2) 0 10
  Ramagundam 14.1 (-1) -0.7 18
Orissa (-0.1) Sambhalpur 12.0 (-3) -0.5 16
  Cuttack 14.5 (-1) 0 14
  Bhubneshwar 14.9 (-2) +0.6 15
  Brahmapur 16.4 (-2) -0.3 15
West Bengal (-1.8) Kolkata 15.8 (-1) +0.1 14
  Darjeeling 8.4 (-1) -3.7 15
North East (-0.9) Guwahati 16.6 (+2) +0.4 16
  Dibrugarh 18.7 (+6) +0.6 14
  Shillong 4.5 (+4) -1.7 14
  Imphal 8.8 (0) -4.6 16
  Agartala 16.1 (+2) +1.1 13
Jharkhand (+0.5) Dhanbad 9.1 (-5) 0 14
  Ranchi 11.6 (+1) +2.4 16
  Jamshedpur 10.8 (-2) -0.8 13
Bihar (-0.6) Patna 10.6 (-1) -0.8 18
  Gaya 9.3 (-2) -0.7 16
  Bhagalpur 11.3 (-5) -0.3 18
Uttar Pradesh (0) Varanasi 11.6 (0) +0.2 17
  Allahabad 9.6 (-2) -0.5 15
  Lucknow 11.2 (0) +1.2 16
  Kanpur 7.8 (-3) -0.5 18
  Agra 7.9 (-3) -0.3 16
Uttarakhand (-0.3) Dehradun 8.7 (0) +0.1 13
  Nainital 7.0 -1.5 16
  Kedarnath 5.9 (0) +0.5 15

 

  • 32 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 26 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures continued to fall in Maharashtra, Telangana and west bengal. West Bengal saw a maximum drop in temperatures.
  • There was a stabilization in temperatures seen in Northern India and Eastern India. Temperatures are reaching to normal in these areas.
  • Bhagalpur in Bihar recorded 5 degrees below normal temperature while Dibrugarh in Assam recorded temperatures 6 degrees above normal. Hyderabad recorded 2 degrees below normal temperature.

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

  1. West Bengal -1.8
  2. North East -0.9
  3. Telangana -0.8
  4. Maharashtra -0.5
  5. Haryana and Delhi -0.5

Weather update 27th November

As Expected, North East monsoon has finally revived in Tamil nadu and Kerala and it is active in both the states. Following are the top 5 wettest places in the region.

  1. Chennai (Tamilnadu) 101mm
  2. Nagapattinam (Tamilnadu) 58mm
  3. Cuddalore (Tamilnadu) 52mm
  4. Pamban (Tamilnadu) 48mm
  5. Parangipettai (Tamilnadu) 30mm
Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 0mm 2.1mm 50.5mm 119.2mm -58%
Rayalaseema 0mm 1.0mm 38.3mm 74.9mm -48%
Coastal Karnataka 0mm 0.3mm 30.7mm 76.8mm -60%
South Interior Karnataka 0mm 0.5mm 19.1mm 61.7mm -69%
Kerala 7.7mm 1.4mm 166.2mm 176.1mm -6%
Tamil nadu 11.0mm 2.8mm 150.7mm 186.9mm -19%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 26th Night and 27th 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 (28)
Jammu Kashmir      (+0.8) Srinagar -0.4 (0) -0.2 16
  Leh -8.5 +2.5 17
  Jammu 8.3 (-2) -1.3 15
  Gulmerg -1.5 (+2) +2.1 13
Punjab (+1.1) Jalandhar 7.4 +0.4 14
  Amritsar 7.2 (+2) -0.3 17
  Ludhiana 10.0 (+3) +3.1 14
Himachal Pradesh  (+1.2) Manali 0.8 (0) +1.8 14
  Dharamshala 7.6 (+1) +0.4 21
  Shimla 8.5 (+3) +1.4 15
Haryana & Delhi     (+1.1) Chandigarh 10.2 (+2) +2.1 17
  Delhi 10.5 (0) +1.5 16
  Kurukshetra 7.2 -0.3 16
Rajasthan (+0.8) Bikanir 12.5 (+3) -0.7 15
  Jodhpur 11.2 (-1) +0.7 18
  Jaisalmer 15.6 (+3) +1.7 12
  Udaipur 9.8 (0) +0.8 14
  Jaipur 11.6 (+1) +0.4 12
  Kota 13.1 (-1) +1.9 14
Gujarat (+0.3) Bhuj 14.0 (+1) -2.2 14
  Rajkot 16.9 (+1) +2.4 18
  Ahmedabad 14.5 (0) +1.9 15
  Vadodra 13.6 (-2) -1.4 17
  Surat 18.5 (+1) +0.7 11
Madhya Pradesh    (+0.5) Gwalior 9.5 (0) +2.5 17
  Ujjain 10.0 +0.2 12
  Indore 11.0 (-1) -0.4 16
  Bhopal 10.2 (-3) 0 13
  Jabalpur 9.6 (-2) 0 13
Chattisgarh (+0.3) Raipur 14.9 (+1) +0.6 13
  Bilaspur 11.5 (-4) +0.1 17
Maharashtra (-1.0) Mumbai 19.5 (0) -0.7 16
  Pune 12.5 (0) -1.7 16
  Kohlapur 17.5 (+1) -1.7 17
  Nagpur 10.6 (-4) +0.2 15
  Aurangabad 12.5 (0) -0.9 13
  Nanded 13.0 (-1.5) -1.5 12
Telangana (-1.2) Hyderabad 15.5 (-1) -1.1 17
  Nizamabad 14.7 (0) -0.8 17
  Warangal 15.0 (-2) -1.5 10
  Ramagundam 14.8 (0) -1.2 17
Orissa (+0.4) Sambhalpur 12.5 (-2) +0.5 15
  Cuttack 14.5 (-1) +0.3 14
  Bhubneshwar 14.3 (-3) +0.7 15
  Brahmapur 16.7 (-1) -0.1 14
West Bengal (+1.0) Kolkata 15.7 (-1) +0.5 14
  Darjeeling 12.1 (+2) +1.6 14
North East (+1.2) Guwahati 16.2 (0) +0.2 16
  Dibrugarh 18.0 (+5) +3.5 14
  Shillong 6.8 (+2) +0.9 13
  Imphal 13.2 (+5) +2.1 15
  Agartala 15.0 (+1) -0.5 13
Jharkhand (-0.1) Dhanbad 9.1 (-5) -0.5 14
  Ranchi 9.2 (-2) -0.4 16
  Jamshedpur 11.6 (-1) +0.5 12
Bihar (+0.1) Patna 11.4 (0) -0.2 17
  Gaya 10.0 (-1) 0 15
  Bhagalpur 11.6 (-5) +0.6 17
Uttar Pradesh (+0.5) Varanasi 11.4 (0) +0.3 17
  Allahabad 10.1 (-2) +0.1 14
  Lucknow 10.0 (-1) +0.4 16
  Kanpur 8.3 (-1) +1.7 17
  Agra 8.2 (-2) -0.1 15
Uttarakhand (-1.1) Dehradun 8.6 (0) -0.7 13
  Nainital 8.5 -1.5 15
  Kedarnath 5.4 (0) -1.1 15

 

  • 26 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 32 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures continued to fall in Maharashtra, Telangana. Telangana saw a maximum drop in temperatures.
  • There was a stabilization in temperatures seen in Northern India and Eastern India. Temperatures are reaching to normal in these areas.
  • Bhagalpur in Bihar and Dhanbad in Jharkhand recorded 5 degrees below normal temperature while temperatures in other parts were closer to normal. Hyderabad recorded 1 degrees below normal temperature.
  • Following are the Top 5 coldest states in India based on the maximum average drop in temperature.
  1. Telangana -1.2
  2. Uttarakhand -1.1
  3. Maharashtra -1.0
  4. Jharkhand -0.1
  5. Bihar +0.1

Weather update 26th November

North East monsoon was very weak in every part of the region. We are still awaiting revival that can happen anytime. Following is the rainfall recorded in different regions where North East monsoon is active.

Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 0mm 4.0mm 50.5mm 117.1mm -57%
Rayalaseema 0mm 2.5mm 38.3mm 73.9mm -48%
Coastal Karnataka 0mm 1.0mm 30.7mm 76.5mm -60%
South Interior Karnataka 0mm 1.0mm 19.1mm 61.2mm -69%
Kerala 1.2mm 2.1mm 158.5mm 174.7mm -9%
Tamil nadu 0.8mm 3.4mm 139.7mm 184.1mm -24%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 24th Night and 25th 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 (27)
Jammu Kashmir      (-0.4) Srinagar -0.2 (0) -1.3 15
  Leh -11.0 -1.0 17
  Jammu 9.6 (-1) +1.9 14
  Gulmerg -3.6 (-2) -1.2 13
Punjab (-0.3) Jalandhar 7.0 +0.5 14
  Amritsar 7.5 (+1) +0.7 16
  Ludhiana 6.9 (-2) -2.3 14
Himachal Pradesh  (-1.1) Manali -1.0 (-3) 0 14
  Dharamshala 7.2 (-2) +0.2 21
  Shimla 7.1 (0) -3.5 15
Haryana & Delhi     (-1.3) Chandigarh 8.1 (-1) -0.9 17
  Delhi 9.0 (-3) -2.8 16
  Kurukshetra 7.5 0 15
Rajasthan (+0.8) Bikanir 13.2 (+1) +1.7 14
  Jodhpur 10.5 (-1) +0.8 18
  Jaisalmer 13.9 (0) +0.3 12
  Udaipur 9.0 (-2) +1.0 14
  Jaipur 11.2 (-1) +0.4 12
  Kota 11.2 (-5) +0.6 14
Gujarat (-0.2) Bhuj 16.2 (+2) +0.4 13
  Rajkot 14.5 (-3) -1.2 18
  Ahmedabad 12.6 (-3) +1.0 15
  Vadodra 15.0 (-1) -0.4 16
  Surat 17.8 (-1) -1.0 11
Madhya Pradesh    (+0.1) Gwalior 7.0 (-4) +0.6 17
  Ujjain 9.8 +0.8 12
  Indore 11.4 (-2) -0.4 15
  Bhopal 10.2 (-3) -0.6 13
  Jabalpur 9.6 (-3) -0.1 13
Chattisgarh (-1.2) Raipur 14.3 (+1) -1.9 13
  Bilaspur 11.4 (-5) -0.5 17
Maharashtra (-0.8) Mumbai 20.2 (0) +1.1 15
  Pune 14.2 (+1) +0.5 15
  Kohlapur 19.3 (+2) -0.7 16
  Nagpur 10.4 (-4) -1.8 15
  Aurangabad 13.4 (0) -2.0 12
  Nanded 14.5 (0) -3.5 11
Telangana (-3.0) Hyderabad 16.6 (+2) -3.9 16
  Nizamabad 15.5 (0) -3.9 16
  Warangal 16.5 (-1) -2.0 9
  Ramagundam 16.0 (0) -2.1 16
Orissa (-0.4) Sambhalpur 12.0 (-4) -1.3 14
  Cuttack 14.2 (-3) +0.4 14
  Bhubneshwar 13.7 (-4) -0.7 15
  Brahmapur 16.8 (-2) 0 13
West Bengal (+0.1) Kolkata 15.2 (-3) -0.3 14
  Darjeeling 10.5 (+1) +0.5 14
North East (-0.7) Guwahati 16.0 (0) -0.7 16
  Dibrugarh 14.1 (+1) -0.4 14
  Shillong 5.9 (-4) -0.6 13
  Imphal 11.1 (+1) -1.3 15
  Agartala 15.5 (0) -0.6 12
Jharkhand (+0.3) Dhanbad 9.5 (-6) +0.3 13
  Ranchi 9.6 (-3) +0.3 15
  Jamshedpur 11.2 (-3) +0.2 12
Bihar (+1.1) Patna 11.6 (-2) +1.4 16
  Gaya 10.0 (-3) +1.0 15
  Bhagalpur 11.0 (-6) +0.8 17
Uttar Pradesh (+0.5) Varanasi 11.1 (-2) +0.4 17
  Allahabad 10.0 (-2) +0.5 14
  Lucknow 9.6 (-2) +1.2 16
  Kanpur 6.8 (-5) -0.2 17
  Agra 8.3 (-4) +0.5 14
Uttarakhand (+1.2) Dehradun 9.3 (0) +0.4 12
  Nainital 10.0 +3.0 14
  Kedarnath 6.5 (0) +0.2 14

 

  • 32 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 37 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures continued to fall in Maharashtra, Chattisgrah, Telangana. Telangana saw a maximum drop in temperatures.
  • There was a stabilization in temperatures seen in Northern India and Eastern India. Temperatures however continue to be below normal in these areas.
  • Bhagalpur in Bihar and Dhanbad in Jharkhand recorded 6 degrees below normal temperature while temperatures in other parts were closer to normal. Hyderabad recorded 2 degrees above normal temperature.

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

  1. Telangana -3.0
  2. Haryana and Delhi -1.3
  3. Chattisgarh -1.2
  4. Himachal Pradesh -1.1
  5. Maharashtra -0.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weather update 25th November

North East monsoon was very weak in every part of the region. There is a likelihood of revival of North East monsoon by tonight or tomorrow.

Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 0mm 2.8mm 50.5mm 113.1mm -55%
Rayalaseema 0mm 2.0mm 38.3mm 71.4mm -46%
Coastal Karnataka 0mm 1.3mm 30.7mm 75.5mm -59%
South Interior Karnataka 0mm 1.0mm 19.1mm 60.2mm -68%
Kerala 0.1mm 3.9mm 157.3mm 172.6mm -9%
Tamil nadu 0mm 4.7mm 138.9mm 180.7mm -23%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 24th Night and 25th 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 (26)
Jammu Kashmir      (+3.0) Srinagar 1.3 (+1) +4.7 14
  Leh -10.0 +3.0 16
  Jammu 8.2 (-3) +0.5 14
  Gulmerg -2.4 (0) +3.6 12
Punjab (+0.5) Jalandhar 6.5 -0.5 14
  Amritsar 6.8 (0) 0 16
  Ludhiana 9.2 (0) +1.9 13
Himachal Pradesh  (+1.3) Manali -1.0 (-3) -0.2 14
  Dharamshala 7.0 (-2) -0.2 21
  Shimla 10.6 (+4) +4.2 14
Haryana & Delhi     (+1.8) Chandigarh 9.0 (0) +1.5 16
  Delhi 11.8 (0) +2.3 15
  Kurukshetra 7.5 +1.5 15
Rajasthan (0) Bikanir 11.5 (0) +1.5 14
  Jodhpur 9.7 (-3) -0.9 18
  Jaisalmer 13.6 (0) +1.6 12
  Udaipur 8.0 (-3) -2.4 14
  Jaipur 10.8 (-1) +0.5 12
  Kota 10.6 (-5) -0.3 14
Gujarat (0) Bhuj 15.8 (+1) +2.2 13
  Rajkot 15.7 (-1) -1.3 17
  Ahmedabad 11.6 (-3) -1.4 15
  Vadodra 15.4 (-1) -0.2 15
  Surat 18.8 (+1) +0.8 10
Madhya Pradesh    (-0.8) Gwalior 6.3 (-4) -0.1 17
  Ujjain 9.0 -1.0 12
  Indore 11.8 (-1) -2.4 14
  Bhopal 10.8 (-2) 0 12
  Jabalpur 9.7 (-3) -0.3 12
Chattisgarh (-2.0) Raipur 16.2 (+2) -2.0 12
  Bilaspur 11.9 (-5) -2.1 16
Maharashtra (-1.7) Mumbai 19.1 (-1) +0.9 15
  Pune 13.7 (0) -0.9 15
  Kohlapur 19.9 (+3) -1.5 15
  Nagpur 12.2 (-2) -3.0 14
  Aurangabad 15.4 (+2) -1.0 11
  Nanded 18.0 (+3) -3.0 10
Telangana (-2.9) Hyderabad 20.5 (+5) -0.9 15
  Nizamabad 19.4 (+4) -2.3 15
  Warangal 18.5 (+2) -3.5 8
  Ramagundam 18.1 (+2) -3.9 15
Orissa (-0.8) Sambhalpur 13.3 (-3) -1.0 13
  Cuttack 13.8 (-3) -0.2 14
  Bhubneshwar 14.4 (-4) -0.9 14
  Brahmapur 16.8 (-2) -1.3 13
West Bengal (-0.7) Kolkata 15.5 (-3) -0.4 13
  Darjeeling 10.0 (0) -1.0 14
North East (-0.5) Guwahati 16.7 (+1) +0.1 15
  Dibrugarh 14.5 (+1) -1.8 13
  Shillong 6.6 (-3) +0.2 12
  Imphal 12.4 (+2) -1.4 14
  Agartala 16.1 (0) +0.6 11
Jharkhand (+0.2) Dhanbad 9.2 (-6) +0.6 13
  Ranchi 9.2 (-3) -0.5 15
  Jamshedpur 11.0 (-3) +0.6 12
Bihar (-0.5) Patna 10.2 (-3) -0.2 16
  Gaya 9.0 (-4) +0.1 15
  Bhagalpur 10.2 (-7) -1.4 17
Uttar Pradesh (+0.2) Varanasi 10.7 (-2) -0.5 17
  Allahabad 9.5 (-4) +0.1 14
  Lucknow 8.4 (-3) +0.4 16
  Kanpur 7.0 (-5) 0 16
  Agra 7.8 (-3) +0.8 14
Uttarakhand (+0.3) Dehradun 8.9 (-1) +0.7 12
  Nainital 7.0 -1.0 14
  Kedarnath 6.3 (0) +1.1 14

 

  • 37 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 56 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures fell in Maharashtra, Chattisgrah, Telangana and Orissa. Telangana saw a maximum drop in temperatures.
  • There was a rapid rise in temperatures seen in Northern India and Eastern India. Temperatures however continue to be below normal in these areas.
  • Bhagalpur in Bihar recorded 7 degrees below normal temperature while Hyderabad in Telangana recorded 5 degrees above normal.

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

  1. Telangana -2.9
  2. Chattisgarh -2.0
  3. Maharashtra -1.7
  4. Madhya Pradesh -0.8
  5. Orissa -0.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

India falls just 10 overs short to win the first match! Who is to be Blamed?

In today’s post I will talk about one significant reason, why we couldn’t win the Kolkata test match though we were in a perfect position to win after taking 7 wickets for just 75 runs!

Another cricket match and yet another disturbance which is the reason why we had to see no result in the India Vs Sri Lanka first test match. If it was the rain that was bothering Indians fans for long time, this Test match we have seen different problem and that is Bad Light Stopping the Play.

Yes, Kolkata is the right place to schedule test match in the month of November and the first two days rains were unseasonal and nobody can be blamed for it, but BCCI should be blamed for time that Match was scheduled to start.

It is known fact that Sun rises late and Sunsets early during the winters and that makes day shorter. This phenomenon is yearly and BCCI being the richest cricket club in the world should have planned to start the Match at least a half-n-hour early. I am not blaming authorities for the rain but surely for the late start.

Every day we were to stop the match well before play time and almost 40 mins before. The late start meant that India was deprived of winning the match. Because if the lost time was available at least on 3 days which were not rain affected days then we would’ve had another 20 overs of play for. Indian would have comfortably won the match.

Why was the Half-n-hour not available for India for 3 days?

The actual session timings for any test match are 2 hours per session or to bowl minimum 90 overs in a day. In India matches are scheduled to start at 9:30 and go on till 5:00 – 5:15 PM. Two breaks are given that is after 1st session Lunch for 40-45 minutes and Tea after 2nd session for 20 minutes. Over rates are usually 13-14 per hour and that’s how we get to play 7 hours giving 90 overs per day. Let’s look at the problem now!!

Sunrise time in Kolkata 5:50 AM

Sunset time in Kolkata 4:52 PM

The above times are the average time taken from 16th November to 20th November.

So, if sun sets in Kolkata at 4:52 and at a stadium which is surrounded with trees there is high possibility that light starts fading 20 minutes before Sunset. Which means it’ll be 4:30 and we lose 45 minutes of play. Likewise, in Hyderabad also we are seeing that actual Sunset time is at 5:52PM but it starts getting dark by 5:30 PM. So, looking at all these things how can one can even think that play will be possible till 5:15 unless he is a Fool.

What can be the Solution?

Kolkata sunrises at 5:50 AM and in Hyderabad sunrises at 6:25 AM. Instead of starting match at 9:30 AM and playing till 5:00 PM. If the match starts 30 mins early that is at 9:00 AM then there are high possibilities of closing the day by 4:30-4:45 PM maximum. But the problem is the viewers. If you start match at 9:00 AM it is very early for people to reach the stadium because the time that we follow is Indian Standard Time (GMT +5:30). Many people start their day based on the time and not on the sunrise or sunset. How do we tackle this?

What is the Solution 2.0?

The drastic step that India needs to take and make matches easier to conduct is to change the Standard time zone that we follow. Why not we have two standard time zones? Lets call them   Eastern Standard time and Western Standard Time.

Eastern Standard Time (EST) can be taken at 90 degrees longitude which passes near Kolkata and Western Standard Time (WST) at 75 degrees longitude which passes near Delhi. So, EST and WST border can be the present IST which is 82.5 degrees. That means there will be 15 degrees gap between both the time zones. 7.5 degrees Eastern so 82.5+7.5 is 90 and 7.5 degrees to Western so 82.5-7.5 is 75. EST will be followed by the right side of 82.5 and WST will be followed by left side of 82.5 degrees. What happens now is that people following EST will be 6 hours ahead of GMT instead of 5:30 hours as per IST whereas people following WST will be 5 hours ahead of GMT instead of 5:30 hours earlier. That will mean that India will have Two clocks, and everything will work per the respective clocks.

For Example:

As per Indian Standard Time Bombay Sunrise is 6:50 AM and Kolkata sunrise is 5:50 AM.

As per my proposed WST Bombay sunrise will be 6:20AM and as per my proposed EST Kolkata sunrise will be 6:20 AM. So if sun rises at Kolkata at 6.20AM instead of 5.50AM as per IST, we can start the match at 9AM and sun will set at 5.20PM instead of 4.50PM and we can have play till 5PM instead of calling it off at 4.30PM. Isn’t it a perfect solution? Think about it!

I feel that time is up for India to wake up and bring this change, because in India cricket is Worth Million Dollars and all the stakeholders part of this will have to leap forward and make this change happen.

Weather update 20th November

North East monsoon has revived in Karnataka and Kerala. It has been below normal in Tamilnadu and Andhra Pradesh.  Following are the top 5 wettest places in the region.

  1. Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) 31mm
  2. Vellore (Tamilnadu) 18mm
  3. Punalur (Kerala) 16mm
  4. Kochi (Kerala) 14mm
  5. Kottayam (Kerala) 13mm

 

Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 1.5mm 4.2mm 50.2mm 103.4mm -51%
Rayalaseema 0.1mm 1.5mm 38.3mm 65.9mm -42%
Coastal Karnataka 1.8mm 1.1mm 30.1mm 70.3mm -57%
South Interior Karnataka 1.0mm 1.6mm 18.9mm 55.9mm -66%
Kerala 8.4mm 4.2mm 143.7mm 160.5mm -10%
Tamil nadu 2.5mm 5.9mm 134.2mm 166.5mm -19%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 19th Night and 20th 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 (23)
Jammu Kashmir      (-0.9) Srinagar 0.3 (-1) -2.3 12
  Leh -6.7 +1.2 14
  Jammu 8.7 (-3) -0.8 13
  Gulmerg -6.2 (-5) -1.6 11
Punjab (+0.2) Jalandhar 8.0 +2.3 11
  Amritsar 7.6 (-1) +0.2 14
  Ludhiana 7.8 (-2) -1.9 12
Himachal Pradesh  (-0.9) Manali -0.6 (-2) -2.0 12
  Dharamshala 8.0 (-2) -0.2 18
  Shimla 5.5 (-2) -0.4 13
Haryana & Delhi     (-2.9) Chandigarh 9.6 (0) -1.5 15
  Delhi 10.1 (-3) -4.4 14
  Kurukshetra 7.2 -2.8 14
Rajasthan (-1.3) Bikanir 11.6 (-1) +1.6 12
  Jodhpur 12.9 (-1) -2.5 15
  Jaisalmer 9.8 (-5) -1.5 12
  Udaipur 14.0 (+2) -0.6 11
  Jaipur 12.8 (-1) -3.1 10
  Kota 13.9 (-3) -1.6 12
Gujarat (+0.8) Bhuj 15.0 (-1) +0.1 12
  Rajkot 15.7 (-2) +1.7 15
  Ahmedabad 16.0 (0) -1.3 13
  Vadodra 18.4 (+1) +3.0 13
  Surat 20.0 (+1) +0.6 9
Madhya Pradesh    (-0.1) Gwalior 12.8 (+1) 0 15
  Ujjain 17.0 0 10
  Indore 14.0 (0) -0.4 12
  Bhopal 17.1 (+3) 0 10
  Jabalpur 20.5 (+7) 0 10
Chattisgarh (+0.7) Raipur 22.6 (+6) +0.9 9
  Bilaspur 19.9 (+3) +0.5 14
Maharashtra (+2.5) Mumbai 21.4 (+1) +2.9 14
  Pune 20.0 (+6) +5.6 13
  Kohlapur 22.0 (+4) -0.2 13
  Nagpur 19.9 (+4) +1.7 11
  Aurangabad 20.7 (+7) +2.8 9
  Nanded 21.0 (+6) +2.0 9
Telangana (-0.1) Hyderabad 20.3 (+3) -1.7 14
  Nizamabad 21.0 (+4) +0.6 14
  Warangal 21.0 (+2) 0 7
  Ramagundam 20.8 (+4) +0.6 14
Orissa (+0.1) Sambhalpur 20.3 (+3) 0 10
  Cuttack 22.0 (+3) +1.0 11
  Bhubneshwar 22.9 (+4) +0.3 11
  Brahmapur 22.5 (+3) -0.9 11
West Bengal (+0.6) Kolkata 22.5 (+3) -0.3 11
  Darjeeling 12.0 (+1) +1.6 12
North East (-1.2) Guwahati 19.0 (+3) -1.0 13
  Dibrugarh 19.3 (+5) +1.0 10
  Shillong 8.9 (-1) -1.5 10
  Imphal 15.8 (+5) -0.8 12
  Agartala 19.0 (+3) -3.7 9
Jharkhand (-1.4) Dhanbad 16.1 (0) -2.1 12
  Ranchi 15.2 (+2) -0.8 12
  Jamshedpur 19.0 (+3) -1.4 10
Bihar (-1.1) Patna 16.6 (+2) -0.8 13
  Gaya 15.5 (+3) -2.1 13
  Bhagalpur 16.4 (-1) -0.9 14
Uttar Pradesh (-1.8) Varanasi 17.0 (+3) -0.3 14
  Allahabad 15.8 (+2) -2.4 12
  Lucknow 16.2 (+3) -0.1 14
  Kanpur 13.8 (+1) -0.2 14
  Agra 10.2 (-2) -5.8 12
Uttarakhand (0) Dehradun 10.4 (0) -1.3 10
  Nainital 10.0 -0.5 11
  Kedarnath 6.9 (+1) -1.4 13

 

  • 39 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 36 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • Temperatures fell across North India in almost every state. But still it is above normal in UP and Bihar.
  • There was a rapid rise in temperatures seen in Maharashtra, Chattisgarh and Orissa. Temperatures continue to be very high in these areas.
  • Jaisalmer in Rajasthan and Gulmerg in Kashmir recorded 5 degrees below normal temperature while Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh and Aurangabad in Maharashtra recorded 7 degrees above normal. Hyderabad has temperature 3 degrees above normal.

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

  1. Haryana and Delhi -2.9
  2. Uttar Pradesh -1.8
  3. Jharkhand -1.4
  4. Rajasthan -1.3
  5. North East -1.2

 

 

Weather update 19th November

North East monsoon is weak for almost a week now and that means more and more states are beginning to get into deficit zone. Today except Coastal Karnataka every other region is in deficit.  Following are the top 5 wettest places in the region.

  1. Toothukudi (Tamilnadu) 27mm
  2. Bapatla (Andhra Pradesh) 21mm
  3. Agumbe (Karnataka) 16mm
  4. Honnavar (Karnataka) 7mm
  5. Coonoor (Tamilnadu) 3mm

 

Region Rainfall today Normal rainfall Accumulated rainfall Normal accumulated rainfall Deviation from normal
Coastal Andhra 0.9mm 2.1mm 48.7mm 99.2mm -51%
Rayalaseema 0mm 1.2mm 38.2mm 64.4mm -41%
Coastal Karnataka 9.0mm 1.2mm 28.3mm 69.2mm -59%
South Interior Karnataka 1.6mm 1.2mm 17.9mm 54.3mm -67%
Kerala 0.3mm 3.4mm 135.3mm 156.3mm -13%
Tamil nadu 0.2mm 6.2mm 129.2mm 154.7mm -16%

 

Following is the minimum temperatures recorded in important cities in India on 18th Night and 19th 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 (22)
Jammu Kashmir      (-1.0) Srinagar 2.9 (+2) 0 11
Leh -7.9 -1.5 14
Jammu 9.5 (-3) -1.7 12
Gulmerg -4.6 (-4) -0.8 11
Punjab (-4.1) Jalandhar 5.7 -4.2 11
Amritsar 7.4 (-1) -4.0 14
Ludhiana 9.7 (0) -4.0 11
Himachal Pradesh  (-1.2) Manali 1.6 (0) -2.2 11
Dharamshala 8.2 (-2) -0.2 17
Shimla 5.9 (-1) -1.2 12
Haryana & Delhi     (-2.4) Chandigarh 10.9 (+1) -3.1 14
Delhi 14.5 (+1) -0.5 13
Kurukshetra 10.0 -4.5 13
Rajasthan (-0.9) Bikanir 10.2 (-2) -2.9 12
Jodhpur 15.5 (+2) -1.3 14
Jaisalmer 11.3 (-4) +0.4 11
Udaipur 14.6 (+3) +0.9 10
Jaipur 15.9 (+2) -0.4 10
Kota 15.3 (-1) -2.2 12
Gujarat (+0.3) Bhuj 14.9 (-1) +0.3 12
Rajkot 14.0 (-4) -0.7 15
Ahmedabad 17.6 (+1) +1.5 12
Vadodra 15.4 (-2) +0.6 13
Surat 19.4 (0) 0 9
Madhya Pradesh    (0) Gwalior 12.8 (+1) 0 15
Ujjain 17.0 0 10
Indore 14.4 (+1) 0 11
Bhopal 17.1 (+3) 0 10
Jabalpur 20.5 (+7) 0 10
Chattisgarh (-0.2) Raipur 21.5 (+6) +1.0 9
Bilaspur 19.4 (+3) -1.6 14
Maharashtra (+0.7) Mumbai 18.5 (-2) -0.9 14
Pune 14.5 (0) +1.1 13
Kohlapur 22.2 (+5) +3.3 12
Nagpur 18.1 (+3) -0.7 11
Aurangabad 18.0 (+4) +1.4 9
Nanded 19.0 (+2) 0 9
Telangana (+0.7) Hyderabad 22.0 (+5) +2.0 13
Nizamabad 20.4 (+3) +0.4 14
Warangal 21.0 (+2) 0 7
Ramagundam 20.2 (+3) +0.4 14
Orissa (+0.2) Sambhalpur 20.3 (+4) -1.0 10
Cuttack 21.0 (+2) +0.2 11
Bhubneshwar 22.6 (+4) +0.4 11
Brahmapur 23.4 (+3) +1.4 10
West Bengal (-0.2) Kolkata 22.8 (+3) -0.2 10
Darjeeling 10.4 (0) -0.1 12
North East (-1.0) Guwahati 20.0 (+4) -0.6 12
Dibrugarh 18.3 (+4) +0.7 10
Shillong 10.4 (0) -1.2 9
Imphal 16.4 (+6) -2.8 11
Agartala 22.7 (+6) -1.2 8
Jharkhand (-1.7) Dhanbad 18.2 (+2) -2.5 11
Ranchi 16.0 (+3) -1.4 11
Jamshedpur 20.4 (+5) -1.2 9
Bihar (-1.5) Patna 17.4 (+3) -1.0 12
Gaya 17.6 (+4) -2.0 12
Bhagalpur 17.3 (-1) -1.3 13
Uttar Pradesh (+0.5) Varanasi 17.4 (+3) -0.8 13
Allahabad 18.2 (+4) -0.4 11
Lucknow 16.3 (+3) +0.2 13
Kanpur 14.0 (+1) +0.8 13
Agra 16.3 (+3) +2.9 11
Uttarakhand (0) Dehradun 11.7 (+1) 0 9
Nainital 10.5 +0.5 10
Kedarnath 8.3 (+2) -0.4 12

 

  • 36 CITIES SAW A DROP IN TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO YESTERDAY OUT OF 66 CITIES WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WAS MEASURED, COMPARED TO 28 CITIES YESTERDAY.
  • There was a rapid fall in temperatures in Jammu Kashmir, Punjab and Haryana. Also temperatures fell marginally in Jharkhand, Bihar and North East.
  • There was a rapid rise in temperatures seen in Maharashtra, Telangana and Orissa. Temperatures continue to be above normal in these states plus UP and Bihar.
  • Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, Rajkot in Gujarat and Gulmerg in Kashmir recorded 4 degrees below normal temperature while Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh recorded 7 degrees above normal. Hyderabad has temperature 5 degrees above normal.

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

  1. Punjab -4.1
  2. Haryana and Delhi -2.4
  3. Jharkhand -1.7
  4. Bihar -1.5
  5. Jammu Kashmir -1.0