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Western Disturbance likely to bring more rain in North India

The Western Disturbance over North Pakistan and adjoining areas of Jammu & Kashmir working in tandem with the cyclonic circulation over Rajasthan...


More rain likely in Northwest India; pre-monsoon showers to continue in south

Last night, the Western Disturbance over North Pakistan and adjoining areas of Jammu & Kashmir moved east-northeastwards and now lies over Jammu ...


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Weather Forecast for India

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Wind patterns:
Tomorrow dry north westerlies will be blowing across the northern plains and extend up to East India. A cyclonic circulation over Central India could bring some light rain. The discontinuity of winds from Gangetic West Bengal to south Tamil Nadu, covering parts of south Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha, Madhya Maharashtra, Telangana and Karnataka will persist.

Clouds:
Tomorrow few clouds could be seen over Jammu and Kashmir, northern plains and Arunachal Pradesh. Parts of Central India including Vidarbha and Madhya Maharashtra will have partly cloudy skies. Down South, weather will be partly cloudy in Kerala, south interior Karnataka and parts of Andhra Pradesh.

Rainfall:
Isolated very light rain is likely over Jammu and Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh. Thundershowers are expected in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Maharashtra, Vidarbha, Telangana, Karnataka and Kerala. Rest of the country will be dry tomorrow.

TemperaturesNorth, East and Northeast India:
Day temperatures have risen in North India and will settle around 35 degrees tomorrow. East India will remain hot with few places touching 40 degrees. Minimums in the northern plains and Rajasthan will drop and settle in the range of 15 to 19 degrees.
Maximum in Delhi will be 34°C while minimum temperature will be 19°C.
In Kolkata max and min will be 40°C and 28°C.

Central India:
Rain and clouds are bringing some relief for people in this part of the country. Tomorrow maximums in entire Central India will settle in the range of 36 to 37 degrees. Night will also remain comfortable with minimums in low-twenties.
Maximum and minimum temperatures of Bhopal will be 38 and 23°C respectively.
In Bhubaneswar max and min will be 39 and 26°C.

South India:
Interiors of South India will remain the hottest in the country. As maximums will be above 40 degrees in most of the cities, stay indoors during afternoon hours to escape the scorching heat. Coastal areas will be cooler with maximums around 34 degrees.
Night will cool and breezy with minimums in mid-twenties.
Maximum and minimum of Mumbai will be 34°C and 24°C respectively.
Bangalore will have partly cloudy skies with max and min at 36°C and 22°C.

CITY WEATHER UPDATE VIDEOS
24 September 2013 - New Delhi Weather Report

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24 September 2013 -Mumbai Weather Report

http://www.skymetweather.com/ Rain is reducing in Mumbai and along the entire west coast of peninsular India for next couple of days. Today, Mumbai may receive below 10mm of rain and tomorrow it may drop further and record 5mm. The day could be humid and a little uneasy at times as the humidity lev .... ......

24 September 2013 -Bangalore Weather Report

http://www.skymetweather.com/ Today will be mostly dry in Bangalore as the monsoon surge along the west coast has lost its strength. Though moderate and cool westerly winds from the sea will keep the weather pleasant and enjoyable all day. The wind speed will be 20kmph today, humidity could settle .... ......

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