Dry Weather in Tamil Nadu set to continue

January 6, 2016 11:26 am COMK 92

In a pattern since the turn of the new year Dry Weather in Tamil Nadu is set to continue over most places of Tamil Nadu.  With winter establishing itself slowly over Peninsular India the chances of rainfall recede as days progress. Weather in Tamil Nadu Synopsis: While Bay continues to be seen with very little moisture in a crucial development which could possibly play  a role in the rainfall prospects in the days to come.  As things stand except for winds at 1.8 kms altitude winds at all other levels are dry Westerlies.  This is visible in the wind charts [Read More]

Clearer Skies to aid Cold Weather in South India

January 5, 2016 6:35 am COMK 169

The last few days has seen Weather in South India shift to Winter mode with most parts of the Deccan Plateau seeing a reduction in night time temperatures while the high ranges of Western Ghats have started seeing single digit minimum temperatures.   Ooty recorded 3.8°C to be one of the coldest places of the country.  While surprisingly Mysore in the Deccan Plateau recorded a very cold 10.6°C on 4th morning. Weather in South India : The clearer skies over most parts of the country has aided the arrival of winter in Peninsular India with the conducive environment created by [Read More]

Winter in Tamil Nadu, Interiors to see Cold Nights & Foggy Mornings

January 4, 2016 6:38 am COMK 146

The turn of the year has possibly set the stage for Winter in Tamil Nadu with the interior places in the state enjoying fairly cold nights.  Places in Vellore / Krishnagiri / Dharmapuri districts has started seeing the first winter spell with temperatures dropping to around 15°C in most places. Winter in Tamil Nadu. A combination of surface level High Pressure Zone sitting over Peninsular India as seen dipping from Central India along with clearer night skies thanks to absence of moisture at lower levels has created conducive conditions for the setting in of Winter in Tamil Nadu.  This effect [Read More]

High Max Temperatures in Peninsular West Coast to Continue

January 3, 2016 7:23 am COMK 64

The last week of December saw record high Max Temperatures in Peninsular West Coast being observed over many places in the region.  Slightly to the North in Gujarat Surat, Ahmedabad saw highest December temperatures of all time being set at times while Mumbai saw record high temperature on New Year eve. While indeed some bit of abnormal warming has happened over parts of Maharashtra and Gujarat, south of 15N mostly the region undergoes a sort of second summer spell at this time of the year.  Day time Max Temperatures in Peninsular West Coast is around 35° during the post monsoon [Read More]