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  1. Widespread heavy rains in Telangana due to LWD, ending 8.30 am 09.03.2015
    ==============================
    The trough / wind discontinuity in the lower levels now extends from Lakshadweep area to east Madhya Pradesh across north interior Karnataka and interior Maharashtra

    in mm (min 40 mm)

    Sirpur – 84
    Madanpalle – 78
    Vikarabad – 72
    Bantaram -71
    Bollaram Patti – 70
    Hathnoora – 69
    Marpalle – 68
    Malchelma – 64
    Mominpet – 63
    Birkoor – 60
    Kosgi – 58
    GundlaMachanur – 58
    Peddemul – 57
    Almaipet – 51
    Tandur – 51
    Kandi -50
    Banswada – 49
    Sadasivanagar – 47
    Nathinoipalle – 46
    Medak – 44
    Dharur – 44
    Sanrangapur – 43
    Jharasangam – 43
    Peddemul – 42
    Jukkal- 41
    Pulkal – 40
    Manoor – 40
    Meerkhanpet – 40
    Minipur – 40
    Digwal – 40
    Nyalkal – 40
    Naggareddipet – 40

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  2. Fresh Spell of heavy rains in Kashmir from WD, ending 8.30 am on 09.03.2015
    ========================================
    Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto mid tropospheric levels with a trough aloft runs roughly along Long. 72°E and north of Lat 25°N.

    in mm (min 10 mm)

    Shalimar – 99
    Srinagar IAF – 78
    Pahalgam – 72
    Banihal – 72
    Batote – 66
    Bhaderwah – 54
    Srinagar – 54
    Quazigund – 52
    Kukernag – 50
    Gulmarg – 40
    Baramullah – 19
    Kawa – 17
    Katra – 14
    Jammu – 12

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  3. Early
    indications do not look too good for the monsoon this year, with the US
    and Australian meteorological agencies predicting 50-50 chances this
    summer of an El Nino, the unusual weather pattern that often weakens
    rains in India – toi

    • STORY HIGHLIGHTS
      Climate change is likely to increase river salinity leading to shortages of drinking water and irrigation, and significant changes in the aquatic ecosystems in the Southwest coastal areas of Bangladesh during dry season by 2050.

      Increase in soil salinity may lead to decline yield by 15.6 percent of high-yielding-variety rice and reduce the income of farmers significantly in coastal area.

      Households in coastal Bangladesh will have higher dependency ratios, poverty incidence and out-migration rate for working-age adults. Ground water salinity will increase the maintenance and repair expenditure of paved road by upto 252 percent.

  4. This is the first time that India have bowled out their opponents in 5 consecutive ODIs.
    The same bowling attack was viewed as pathetic till Jan, is it a real turn around or still we are not tested against mighty attacks?

    • “As far as I remember, India had bowled out all opposition in all their wins in Benson & Hedges World Championship 1985 as well… ” — Well, they almost did. They bowled out their opponents in every match except the final, where they took nine wickets against Pakistan. And that happened exactly 30 years ago! – Cricinfo

      • our bowling was fabulous during that championship and before to that also, but consider the current bowler’s poor show during tests and tri – series, which make this achievement some what good, but still we have to go a long way.

      • I still can’t believe that india have by far been the best team this tournament and as a reward for their consistent performance India have got free ticket till semis.

  5. Tropical cyclone activity picks up
    A clearly defined equatorial Rossby (ER) wave over the west-central Pacific Ocean has induced a strong westerly wind burst over the equator near the Solomon Islands. A distinguishing feature of ER waves is the formation of a pair of low pressure systems on opposite sides of the equator. The current system in the southern hemisphere, tropical cyclone Pam, is forecast to strengthen and is likely to pass between Vanuatu and Fiji later this week. The convection from the ER wave has enhanced activity within the monsoon trough that extends across the Coral Sea, which means there is a high chance of a tropical cyclone developing on Thursday in the Coral Sea. In addition, a tropical low south of Indonesia in the vicinity of the eastern Indian Ocean monsoon trough is likely to intensify into a tropical cyclone in the coming week.

    A tropical cyclone also formed this week over the southern Indian Ocean. Tropical cyclone Haliba formed on 9 March near La Reunion and is tracking to the southeast. It is not expected to impact any land before transitioning to an extratropical storm.

    All forecasts of the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) are being heavily influenced by the strong burst of westerly winds over the western tropical Pacific Ocean. This means forecasts of the MJO are unlikely to be representative of typical MJO conditions.

  6. Warm weather over parts of tropical Australia
    For tropical Australia, southwesterly winds this week across the Top End increased temperatures. Large parts of western and southern Queensland have also experienced very warm conditions over the past week. Over the next few days, much of the Top End is likely to experience heatwave conditions.

  7. El Niño–Southern Oscillation
    A strong westerly wind burst, as is current in the western tropical Pacific Ocean, is often (but not always) a precursor to El Niño later in the year. The wind stress suppresses upwelling of deep ocean water in the central and eastern Pacific, creating a warming trend in sea surface temperatures. The most recent Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) value is −0.5 to 8 March 2015, and the latest sea surface temperature anomaly in the central Pacific (NINO3.4 region) is +0.5 °C.

  8. Karnataka gets Widespread heavy rains due to LWD, ending 8.30 am 09.03.2015
    ============================
    The trough / wind discontinuity in the lower levels now extends from Lakshadweep area to east Madhya Pradesh across north interior Karnataka and interior Maharashtra

    in mm (min 35 mm)

    Javagal – 192
    Kiraganduru – 116
    Dharwad HOS – 93
    Suntnoor – 86
    Koppa – 84
    Hiremaralihalli – 77
    Bidar – 72
    Bidar PTO – 69
    Vastare – 67
    Dharmasthala – 67
    Ramapura – 66
    Agumbe – 65
    Annigere – 62
    Bellatti – 61
    Belur – 60
    Bikkodu – 56
    Dummawad – 55
    Jayapura C – 53
    Chickmagalur – 53
    Abbigere – 51
    Nagenahalli – 47
    Bennihalli – 47
    Kadaba – 45
    Mundwad – 43
    Dundasi – 43
    Kannangi – 45
    Kalaburgi – 40
    Hospet – 40
    Laxmeshwar – 39
    Banavara – 39
    Dharawad – 38
    Hosaritti – 38
    Eedu – 37
    Bankapur – 37
    Savanur – 37
    Amminabhavi – 36
    Gulbarga – 36
    Kanguvalli – 36
    Janwada – 35
    Idagundi – 35
    Nagnur Byaraj – 35
    Nimberga – 35

    Vagaries Rainman – http://tamilnaduweatherman.blogspot.in/p/blog-page_2.html

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  9. Today Raichur,Gulbarga,Bidar NW kurnool Rangareddy medak mahaboobnagar has good chances for thunderstoms….

  10. Himachal gets next Spell of rains from WD, ending 8.30 am on 09.03.2015
    ========================================
    Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto mid tropospheric levels with a trough aloft runs roughly along Long. 72°E and north of Lat 25°N.

    in mm (min 20 mm)

    Jubbal – 65
    Kheri- 51
    Chamba – 43
    Rampur – 43
    Udaipur – 43
    Seobagh – 36
    Kangra – 35
    Gaggal – 35
    Bhuntar – 35
    Arki – 35
    Mehre – 32
    Nagrota Suriyan – 32
    Gohar – 32
    Rohru -32
    Solan – 31
    Dharamshala – 31
    Bajaura – 31
    Banjar – 30
    Joginder Nagar – 30
    Rajgarh – 30
    Harimpur – 28
    Kandhaghat – 25
    Sundernagar – 25
    Annu – 25
    Shahpur – 25
    Mandi – 24
    Kalatop – 21
    Shimla – 20
    Palampur – 20
    Bilaspur – 20

    Vagaries Rainman – http://tamilnaduweatherman.blogspot.in/p/blog-page_2.html

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    Kea Weather Converse – http://forum.keaweather.org/viewforum.php?f=48

  11. Rohit and Dhawan are the sixth Indian opening pair to put on a century
    stand in a World Cup. The others are Ajay Jadeja/Sachin Tendulkar (1),
    Virender Sehwag and Tendulkar (2), Sunil Gavaskar and Kris Srikkanth
    (1), and Farokh Engineer and Gavaskar (1) – espn

  12. Sangakkara and AB de Villiers are the only two batsmen with over 300 runs at this World Cup. Now SD joins

  13. Maharashtra and Karnataka has reported good numbers today. Watch out for figures in Keaweather tonight.

  14. It’s possible a long-standing World snowfall record from the 1920s may have been broken in Italy last week.According to Meteoweb.eu, 256 centimeters (100.8 inches) of snow was measured in about an 18-hour period in the town of Capracotta, Italy, on Thursday, March 5, 2015. Capracotta (population about 1,000) is located about 90 miles east of central Rome in the Apennine Mountains, at an elevation of 4,662 feet (1,421 meters) above sea level.
    The village of Pescocostanzo also picked up 240 centimeters (94.5 inches), or almost 8 feet of snow, last Thursday, according to Meteoweb.eu.Globally, the 24-hour snow record belongs to Mt. Ibuki, Japan, where an incredible 90.6 inches was measured on Valentine’s Day, 1927.
    source: weather.com

  15. my school is exam centre
    .. …. so from March 5 for LKG to 10 th std school timings are 2 :00 pm to 5:30 pm no morning school for us and after noon school for us because many boys from other schools coming in morning to write 12th public exams… so afternoon school for me and following classes

  16. Today seems to be much better with regards to haze levels here in Chennai.
    One possible reason could be the increase in wind speeds at the surface and 925 hPa levels to 10 knots , it was 5 knots yesterday….

  17. today is some what comfortable because of moderate humidity……….
    from now humidity level maintain 50-60 % in noon time and 70-80% in night time……….from june first week humidity level may rise 60-70 % in day time and lead to uncomfortable

  18. Maharashtra gets renewed spell of rains from LWD, ending 8.30 am 09.03.2015
    ============================
    The trough / wind discontinuity in the lower levels now extends from Lakshadweep area to east Madhya Pradesh across north interior Karnataka and interior Maharashtra

    in mm (min 10 mm)

    Gosikhurd – 57
    Patan – 41
    Joiti – 39
    Korpana – 37
    Dudhani – 34
    Akkalkot – 28
    Chatgaon – 28
    Pench Asolamendha – 27
    Udgir – 21
    Hanegaon – 20
    Markhel – 18
    Malegaon – 18
    Pendhari – 16
    Borol – 15
    Sagroli – 15
    Aheri – 15
    Erai – 14
    Desaiganj – 12
    Bhamaragad – 12
    Murumgaon – 11
    Shankarpur – 11
    Mulchera – 10
    Kini – 10
    Kundalwadi – 10
    Wadsa – 10
    Dewani – 10
    Deoni -10
    Mukramabad – 10
    Ashti – 10
    Wadner – 10
    Gadchiroli – 10
    Brahamani – 10
    Mohali – 10

    Vagaries Rainman – http://tamilnaduweatherman.blogspot.in/p/blog-page_2.html

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  19. After The Victory Today Indian Captain[Thala] MS Dhoni Will Have The Record Of Most Consecutive World Cup Wins[9] From 2011 Beating Sourav Ganguly’s Record Of 8 And Becomes The World’s Second Successful Captain After Ricky Ponting.

  20. Top Two Rainest months for TamilNadu:
    2008- November,August
    2009- November, October
    2010- December, August
    2011-November, August
    2012-OCtober, AUgust
    2013- August, May
    2014-October, August

  21. The Monsoon circulation seems be driven by a mechanism similar to Tropical Cyclones with regards to the release of latent heat of condensation utilization.
    Initially , the monsoon winds seem to get attracted by the Persian Low, as a function of differential heating and later into the entire season , it seems to be the latent heat that gets released out from regular convective Thunderstorms, that make the cycle to run for the entire season.
    Monsoon becomes weak in India, usually when the Monsoon Trough/Axis moves north beyond the Northern Plains closer to the Himalayas, and during this time SE Peninsular India, west coast and the foothills of Himalayas get the major share of rains, leaving the regular regions fall short of rains.
    During normal orientation of Monsoon Axis, that is near the Northern plains, almost all the regular areas receive good rains.
    One pattern associated with the normal position of the axis and copious rains is , that along the foothills of the Himalayas, the winds are SE and ESE, and the winds in south Uttar Pradesh, north MP are more SW , WSW. These winds form a cyclonic circulation that enhances rainfall in these belts.

  22. Trough of low pressure over southwest bay adjoining southeast bay presist

    13 march : Rainfall would occur at most places over Kerala and at many places over Tamilnadu! Heavy rains would occur at many places over south coastal like, Kanyakumari, Thirunelveli etc! and modrate rains would occur at few places over rest of Tamil nadu! and same for 14 March too!

  23. Showers considerably reduced over Karnataka,Kerala,Tamilnadu and some easterlies forming around bay this could give some spells to Coastal Tamilnadu by Next week.

  24. Today Chennai had practical Jan Weather and there is no horrible heat its pleasant today to some extent.
    Early Morning it was Chill and Misty slight.

  25. Temperature Today in Tamilnadu and Puducherry.

    Madurai
    35.8
    23.2
    Salem
    35.6
    20.7
    Palayamkottai
    34.4
    25
    Trichy
    34.4
    23.7
    Vellore
    34.4
    23
    Adirampatnam
    33.7
    21.8
    Dharmapuri
    33.5
    19.5
    Pamban
    33.2
    25.6
    Coimbatore
    33.1
    22.4
    Kanyakumari
    33
    24.4
    Puducherry
    33
    22.4
    Chennai Meenambakkam
    32.8
    22.2
    Cuddalore
    32.6
    23
    Karaikal
    31.8
    25.8
    Chennai Nungambakkam
    31.6
    23.4
    Nagapattinam
    31.5
    25.6
    Tondi
    30.8
    23.4
    Thoothukudi
    30.2
    24
    Valparai
    28.5
    12
    Coonoor
    22
    12.8
    Kodaikanal
    18.3
    8.6
    Parangipettai

    23.5
    Karur Paramathi

    21.5
    Tirupathur

    20.8

  26. Moderate rains in Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015
    ===================================
    However, a trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

    in mm (min 5 mm)

    Kayamkulam – 68
    Thariode – 25
    Mavelikkara – 25
    Kuppady – 24
    Nedumangad – 23
    Kollengode – 18
    Irikkur – 18
    Taliparamba – 18
    Thenmala – 15
    Vadakara – 13
    Chittur – 11
    Anchal – 10
    Kurudamannil – 8
    Thalassery – 8
    Haripad – 7
    Kuttiyady – 5
    Meenagadi – 5
    Chengannur – 5

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  27. Today no great news from andhra….no rains….no high temperatures and even no chilly mornings….dull climate in hyd

  28. Ameen u are too young to start a blog or facebook group. Its nice to see the passion within you. But you gain your experience then u start a blog. Then people will take u seriously.

  29. Telangana rains in past 24 hours
    mahaboobabad(warangal) 70.4mm
    rayalaseema rains
    alur(kurnool) 10.2mm
    coastal andhra rains
    chintapalli(visakhapatnam) 10mm
    Todays maximum temperature of telangana,Rayalaseema and coastal andhra regions
    kurnool 36.6

  30. This time kothagudem in telangana will definitely break the record of 53 degree temperature.The only thing I observed in this season is temperatures are not increasing as expected…they are frequently disturbed by the thunderstorms and cloudy skies…
    Still below normal temperatures in rentachintala,Ramagundam and singareni

  31. Moderate rains in Telangana, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015
    ===================================
    A trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

    in mm (min 5 mm)

    Mahabubabad – 71
    Tandur – 41
    Peddemul – 35
    Malyal – 27
    Bhiknur – 16
    Navangidi – 15
    Malchelma – 11
    Domakonda – 11
    Bijwar – 10
    Chinnajatram – 8
    Mominpet – 8
    Gangadhara – 7
    Dharur – 7
    Utkoor – 7
    Yellandu – 7
    Marpalle – 6
    Gundlamachanur -6
    Vikarabad – 6
    Bayyaram – 6
    Bodhan – 5
    Zaffergadh – 5
    Gundamal – 5
    Lingaipalle – 5
    Madanpalle – 5
    Makthal – 5
    Maganoor – 5
    Bomraspeta – 5

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  32. Previous record temperatures of andhra and telangana

    In Telangana kothagudem 53 degrees
    In Andhra pradesh Rentachintala 52 degrees

  33. 2nd day of rains in Maharashtra, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015
    ===================================
    A trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

    in mm (min 5 mm)

    Manora – 78
    Nagthana – 57
    Kondhala – 45
    Pardi Takmor – 42
    Pendgaon – 41
    Dhapewada – 40
    Pardi Aasare – 35
    Goregaon – 34
    Washim -34
    Kekatumara – 32
    Mangarulpir – 31
    Mohpa – 31
    Aasegaon – 30
    Ansing – 30
    Aundha – 28
    Kondhali – 27
    Shelu – 27
    Poti – 26
    Kauthal – 26
    Kolha – 26
    Rithad – 26
    Vairag – 26o
    Vita – 25
    Visapur – 25
    Nevari – 25
    Bambhora – 24
    Inzhori – 24
    Dhanora – 24
    Kalemeshwer – 23
    Semadoh – 23
    Darvha – 22
    Bhar – 21
    Rajgaon – 20
    Lawul – 20
    Kupata – 20
    Amaravati – 20
    Sindkhedraja – 20
    Nawasari – 20
    Talegaon – 20
    Soegaon – 20
    Shrigonda – 20
    Karjat – 20
    Giroli – 20
    Yelavi – 20
    Diganchi – 20

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  34. Andhra Telangana and Rayalaseema weather records till now
    Telangana
    Highest 24 hour rain koida (khammam) – 675 mm
    Highest maximum temperature – kothagudem – 53 degrees centigrade
    Hyderabad also recorded the maximum wind speed of 145km per hour and 25 cms 24 hour rain
    Coastal Andhra
    Highest temperature – Rentachintala – 52 degrees
    Highest 24 rain – Atchutaapuram – 527 mm
    Highest wind speed – diviseema region in 1977 as 250 km per hour
    Rayalaseema
    Highest 24 hour rain srisailam – 402mm (kurnool) and kurnool – 391mm
    Highest temperature is around 46 to 47 degree recorded in some of the interiors of kurnool and cuddapah regions..not sure about the exact readings

    • Hi pradeep sir….I still rememeber the rainfall readings of visakha that u posted in weather vagaries due to hudhud cyclone.

      • After the state division atchtutapuram is Andhra’s Highest 24 hour recorded place.
        previously united ap has a record of 67 cm (koida) highest 24 hour rain

  35. On january 30 th night 2013…..a miracle happend in chevella and some villages nearby which is very near to hyderabad, recorded very heavy hailstorm which deposited a feet of ice in the fields…….imd hyderabad team investigated this and are clueless what exactly happened..locals told that the storm lasted for only 15 minutes with large hails and little rain

  36. Widespread Rains continue in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015
    ===================================
    A trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

    in mm (min 25 mm)

    Yemmedoddi – 96
    Shahpur – 76
    Gududar – 64
    Nesargi – 64
    Dharwad Hos – 51
    Uppinangady – 50
    Bhagavathi – 49
    Dharwad – 48
    Kurugodu – 47
    Hethur – 45
    Katageri – 44
    Kulageri Cross – 42
    Sutagatti – 40
    Katkol – 38
    Soundathi – 36
    Deodurg – 40
    Havangi – 34
    Talaguppa – 32
    Thogarsi – 32
    Nalwar – 32
    Kurikuppa – 32
    Vijaypura – 31
    Bailhongal – 30
    Kerur – 30
    Pradhani – 28
    Devihosur – 28
    Sedam – 28
    Tigadi – 28
    Bheemarayangudi – 26
    Tilavalli – 26
    Udevu – 26
    Haveri – 26
    Hulikatti – 25
    Tadas – 25
    Hirebagewadi – 25
    Sukravarsanthe – 25
    Yergatti – 25
    Ajekar – 25
    Sammasgi – 25

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  37. Kiran, Hudhud rains were under reported. Even IMD knows this.

    Meanwhile in recent years i remember to super spells in Andhra

    Kunavaram got 490 mm and Koida 480 mm from Cyclone Pyaar on 20th September, 2005,

    Gudivada got 550 mm on 31st October, 2006 from Cyclone Ogni.

    Addankii got 522 mm and Maddipadu 510 mm from Cyclone Laila from 21st May, 2010

  38. Today Morning was comfortable, due to Positive OLR over Sub Continent.
    Strong Negative OLR over Central Pacific, the strongest of the year so far.

    MJO expected to Strengthen in next few days.
    MJO presently in Phase 6 will strengthen to amplitude 2-3 and move Phase 7 in next 3 days time.

    This time it is going to be the strongest one so far in 2015.
    Watch out for tropical system in Central and East Pacific with in weeks time.

  39. A study from Nasa has shown that intense weather systems may be caused by increased amounts of pollution in the atmosphere.
    It is thought that emissions from countries like China over the last 30 years, could be contributing to extreme weather systems in places like America’s north east.
    source:BBC

  40. Not only is climate changing faster than it has in the past 1,000 years, but the rate of temperature change is also starting to speed up, with an average rate of change of 0.2 to 0.6 degrees Celsius every decade. That’s according to a study from the Department of Energy’sPacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).
    “We’re entering into a new phase of the climate,” lead researcher Steve Smith told weather.com.“Now we’re in a regime where essentially in North America and Europe and Asia, you don’t see any instances where temperatures decrease. It’s all increasing. We’ve completely shifted out of that range.”

    source: weather.com

  41. ENSO Tracker status: WATCH
    The Bureau’s ENSO Tracker statushas been raised to El Niño WATCH. This is due to a combination of warmer-than-average temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean and models showing that further warming is likely in coming months. El Niño WATCH indicates about a 50% chance of El Niño forming in 2015. All international models surveyed by the Bureau indicate that tropical Pacific sea surface temperatures are likely to remain warmer than average, but within the neutral range, until at least May, when some models reach El Niño levels. Our understanding ENSO and climate outlooks videos explain how to interpret the climate outlook information to assist decision-making.

    ENSO Tracker – http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/enso/tracker/

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    material and they connect the battery terminals to the copper wire, so
    the battery, magnets and copper wire make a circuit that generates a
    magnet field just in the vicinity of the battery. SOMETHING WRONG IN THE MAGNETS

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