Collection of reference to COMK in the media & Online space.
Thanks to Srinivasa Ramanujam who has covered about our Android App in today’s Metro Plus http://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/look-to-your-smartphone-for-rain-updates/article7912414.ece
The article on our work in Twitter and the COMK Blog. Thanks to Nilesh Pinto http://scroll.in/article/771218/how-five-moonlighting-weather-bloggers-are-helping-keep-chennai-afloat
sridharchandra I agree Sir the current position of the lakes are possibly the worst may be since the first half of 2000’s decade which became better since 2005 when Northeast Monsoon went through a above normal cycle till about 2013.
If you ask me Sir, the best way forward is to look at conserving water as much as possible though with rains failing conservation becomes a nonstarter. You could join us in the main page Sir, this is today’s topic a few of us discuss about weather provide live updates etc https://www.chennairains.com/deep-depression-to-intensify-into-cyclone-in-arabian-sea/
Thanks for your response Mr. Srikanth. The biggest worry for Chennai which has more than 10 million inhabitants is supply of water. I checked Chennaimetrowater.com website and the water position is bleak and perhaps the lowest I have ever seen in the last 2 decades. If monsoon fails, we are in for a really torrid time in 2016! With Karnataka completely stopping Cauvery water, Veeranam lake will run completely dry by early 2016. Therefore augmenting Chennai’s water supply from Veeranam is also not an option! Really worried about NE Monsoon not hitting North TN, esp. Chennai city.
Sir there is still some decent chance of October ending well for us. Please be patient. As things stand long term model forecasts look good for South TN while North TN could see normal rains.
Now it is 7:35 PM on 28th October 2015. Our eager anticipation of copious showers in Chennai has now turned into despair and dismay as the entire day today (28 October 2015) has turned out to be dry and even hot! As a long-time resident of Chennai, I have never seen NE Monsoon not starting the entire month of October. This really doesn’t sound good for Chennai. Request your inputs on whether November can be any better?
This is anews aberration for sure
Sir welcome to Comk please join us in the main page where you can discuss with other whet bloggers. https://www.chennairains.com/low-pressure-in-bay-of-bengal-but-all-eyes-on-arabian-sea/ is todays topic
I think low pressure area formed in Arabian sea has further moved west; Now it seemingly does not assume any significance except that it would further drift the accumulated moisture away from India. Whether my prediction would be correct?
One of the most critical factors (worrisome) is that this year the cyclo-genesis has occurred in the lowest-ever latitude. I believe that normally lowpressure area is formed above 12deg North. Why now it has started below Srilanka? what would be further trend
I have COMK now on a happy note of commencement of NE monsoon
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/northeast-monsoon-may-be-delayed-by-six-days/article7782106.ece Story carried by The Hindu on Monsoon Onset, thanks to K Lakshmi, had some bytes about our blog as well
The Thanthi TV Interview https://youtu.be/oQOelKeT0cg
Was part of the World Environment Day Special Breakfast show today on Radio One
Featured in today’s Hindu. Thanks Lakshmi.
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/agri-biz/do-april-conditions-in-the-pacific-ocean-point-to-a-decisive-el-nino-this-year/article7173842.ece Thank you Mr. Vinson Kurian for featuring our latest study.
Image of El Nino article that appeared in the Bhubaneswar edition of Prameya.
Mr. Vinson Kurian in his daily column covered about the Effect of El Nino on Southwest Monsoon across various meteorological sub divisions across India. This article appeared in the print edition of Business Line dated 14th April
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