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May 20, 2013 - Skymet Weather Report for India
WIND: Wind over Haryana, west UP, Rajasthan and Delhi will continue to be dry and on the receiving end of hot land winds or the westerly winds, whereas winds in J&K and HP will be comparatively cool.
TEMP: No relief expected from ongoing heat. Hot westerlies may increase uneasiness over entire region. Temperatures may rise marginally. Delhi and NCR may reach 45 degree. Rajasthan will be the hottest in India with temps above 46 degrees and heat wave conditions will continue in Delhi, and adjoining plains. Min temp will rise, nights will be warm. Heat wave to severe heat would occur over some parts of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh during next 72 hours.
WEATHER: Skies will clear all day, sharp sunny rays will be harsh and the weather will be mainly dry in entire N and northwest India. Rain may occur at one two places over J&K.
WIND: Easterly winds will blow over most parts in east India, except in Orissa and WB which could receive winds from the southerly or southwesterly. These wind will hot and humid.
TEMP: East India will be soar and harsh as the maximum temperatures, particularly in east U.P and Bihar will be in the higher forties. Hot winds or the loo will blow all day. Day temperatures of NE India, west Bengal, Sikkim and north Orissa will be below normal as the cloudy weather would prevails here. Temperature over Bihar and WB may subside during next 48 hrs as rain may occur
WEATHER: Rain will continue in reduced intensity in NE India over most parts. Rain or thunder is also expected over Bihar, WB and North Odisha. Weather of east India will be dry. Jharkhand may observe thundery activity.
Let’s look at Central India
WIND: Hot westerly winds from the land will heat up Gujarat. MP, Vidharbha and Chattisgarh may receive dry NW winds.
TEMP: temps in gujrat, M.P, Vidharbha, Madhya Maharashtra and Chattisgarh will be between 44 to 47 degrees. Sadly temps will remain the same, with no change, for days to come. Harsh sunny rays would cause discomfort and skin burn sensation over most parts of central India. Heat wave to severe heat would occur over Vidarbha, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattishgarh.
WEATHER: Very low moisture content will make the weather extremely dry and baking hot in entire central. Till the system arrives, or the wind pattern change, there will be no change in the hot weather of central India.
Last but not the least, Southern India
WIND: winds in TN will be south westerly here. Rest of the south India will receive winds from the west. Wind discontinuity persist over south karnataka and kerala.
TEMP: temperatures of south India will remain stable and near normal. Parts of North interior Andhra Pradesh and rayalseema could be the hottest in south India and temperature may in forties.
WEATHER: Rain may continue over Kerala and rain intensity may increase over south Karnataka with moderate fall at one or two place. The condition are favorable further advancement in monsoon. This may reach kerala atleast two day in advance. Heavy rain at one two places over andaman & nicobar islands.
After the national weather, let’s move on to your favorite part, the weather in major cities:
Maximum of Delhi will be 43 degrees. Minimum will be 26 degrees.
Mumbai will have a maximum of 34 degrees. Minimums will be 25 degrees.
With a maximum of 36 degrees Kolkata will have an uneasy and humid day with Thundery. activity in isolated pockets. Minimum will be 26 degrees.
Maximum of Bangalore will be 36 degrees. Morning would be comfortable at 21 degrees. Rain thundershower may occur.
Maximum of Hyderabad will reach 40 degrees Morning will be warm at 29 degrees.
Chennai will have a maximum of 39 degrees. Minimum will be 27 degrees. With partly cloudy skies.