April 25, 2013 - Skymet Weather Report for India





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Published on Apr 24, 2013

North/Northwest India:
WIND: A western disturbance will continue to affect J&K and Himachal Pradesh for the 48 to 72 hours. Warm and humid southwesterly winds may affect western parts of Rajasthan. Rest of the places will continue to have dry and hot northwesterly winds.
TEMP: Temperatures are in rising trend in most part of northwest plains. The maximum may rise by 1-2┬░and night also marginally over the area. Nights will continue to be pleasant. WEATHER: Rain/thundershowers at a few places over J&K and HP likely during next 24 hours. Isolated thundershowers are possible at Uttarakhand and North Punjab as well. Mainly partly cloudy weather and slight thundery development elsewhere, i.e. over Delhi, Haryana and southwest Rajasthan.

WIND: A trough is extending from UP to Arunachal Pradesh across Bihar and North Bengal.
TEMP: Temperatures are high in some parts of northeast states but may soon drop due to rain in the region. Day temp will continue to rise by 1 to 2 degrees over east India. Patna and Allahabad could once again have temp in the mid or higher thirties.
WEATHER: Rain/thundershowers expected in northeast states at in Assam and hills of Arunachal Pradesh. This rain may increase and spread to other parts gradually. Some rain activity is also possible over Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal is likely due to the trough.

Central India
WIND: A trough is extending across MP and Vidharbha region. The winds are dry and hot NW over West MP, Gujarat and Maharashtra. East Mp, Chhattisgarh Vidharbha will get humid southerly/southeasterly winds.
TEMP: Due to continuous rain and thunder storms in the region, temperatures would remain comfortable and nights will be very pleasant. This could be perfect time to travel to your home town and have a short and sweet holiday!
WEATHER: Rainy weather will continue. Scattered moderate rain/thundershowers may affect many parts of central India except Gujarat and Maharashtra.

Southern India
WIND: A small Wind discontinuity can be seen over Kerala to south Karnataka where two different air masses are meeting together and bringing rain.
TEMP: No significant change is expected in temperatures. Max temp will be in the mid or higher thirties, days could be humid and nights will be breezy and pleasant.
WEATHER: Continuous light pre monsoon showers continue in south India. Rain/thundershowers would occur over Kerala and south Karnataka however isolated rain or thundery activity over interior Tamil Nadu and Rayalseema which may bring good news for the rice cultivators in the area.

Weather in major cities:
Maximum of Delhi will be 37 degrees. Minimum will be 23 degrees. PC
Mumbai will have a maximum of 35 degrees. Minimums will be 24 degrees. PC
With a maximum of 36 degrees Kolkata will have a partly cloudy day. Minimum will be 23 degrees. PC
Maximum of Bangalore will be 34 degrees. Morning would be at 22 degrees. PC TS Rain
Maximum of Hyderabad will reach 36 degrees Morning will be pleasant at 26 degrees. PC TS
Chennai will have a maximum of 36 degrees. Minimum will be 27 degrees. PC TS


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