Weather Prediction for 30 sept 2018

A feeble western disturbance presently over Afghanistan and Pakistan will be soon affecting the higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir, bringing isolated light rains over the state. However, Major weather activity is seen in the Southern part of the country.

The withdrawal line of Monsoon is presently passing through Anupgarh, Nagore, Jodhpur, Jallore, Nalia and Northeast Arabian Sea. In fact, a well-established anti-cyclone over Rajasthan and dry weather further indicates that conditions are ripe for withdrawal of Southwest monsoon from more parts of northwestern plains in the next 2-3 days.

Now talking about the weather conditions, dry and warm winds will continue to rise in temperatures across northwestern plains, particularly in Rajasthan and Gujarat. Similar, weather will be experienced in the central parts of the country.

A Cyclonic Circulation is lying over Sri Lanka and Southwest Bay of Bengal with a trough extending from this circulation across Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Coastal Karnataka up till East-central Arabian Sea.

Mumbai: Along with this, moderate rains were also observed over some places of South Madhya Maharashtra and a few parts over the Mumbai region, with light rain over the city of Mumbai. Meanwhile, the maximum temperature would be recorded around 34 degree Celsius and humidity around 66 per cent.

Delhi: Delhi received moderate to heavy rains due to the effect of a Low-Pressure Area which was persisting over Haryana and a Western Disturbance persisting over Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. Rise in day temperatures by a couple of degrees in the next few days. However, morning and night are expected to remain comfortable. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 34 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 61 per cent.

Hyderabad: Rain and thundershower activities are expected to continue mainly towards afternoon and late evening over most parts of Interior Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Maximum temperature would be recorded around 31 degree Celsius and humidity around 79 per cent.

South peninsular India is very likely to experience widespread rainfall activity with heavy rains in interior parts of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Lakshadweep. The west coast will also experience some light to moderate rains in some parts of Konkan & Goa including Mumbai. Due to a downstream convergence, parts of Maharashtra, interior Telangana, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh will experience light rains.

A Cyclonic Circulation is seen over Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. Thus, bringing in light to moderate rains in some parts of northeastern states, adjoining Sub Himalayan West Bengal Sikkim and the foothills of Bihar.

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