India weather report,February 8

A western disturbance as an upper air system lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu and Kashmir and extends upto 4.5 kms a.s.l. A cyclonic circulation extending upto 3.1 kms a.s.l. lies over Haryana and neighbourhood.

Written by Agencies | Pune | Published: February 8, 2009 3:57 pm

Forecast valid until the morning of February 10 Rain/Thundershowers.

East: Isolated places in Arunachal Pradesh,Assam and Meghalaya; mainly dry in Nagaland,Manipur,Mizoram and Tripura,West Bengal and Sikkim,Orissa,Jharkhand,Bihar.

North: A few places in Punjab,Jammu and Kashmir; isolated places in Uttarakhand,Haryana,Himachal Pradesh; mainly dry in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.

Central: Mainly dry

Peninsula: Mainly dry

Islands: Isolated places in Nicobar Islands; mainly dry in Andaman Islands,Lakshadweep.

Temperatures recorded in four metropolitan centers were:

Kolkata Max 32 (+3) dc Min 16 (n) dc

New Delhi Max 24 (+1) dc Min 9 (n) dc

Chennai Max 31 (+1) dc Min 22 (+1) dc

Mumbai Max 30 (+1) dc Min 20 (n) dc

A western disturbance as an upper air system lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu and Kashmir and extends upto 4.5 kms a.s.l. A cyclonic circulation extending upto 3.1 kms a.s.l. lies over Haryana and neighbourhood.

Above two systems are likely to move astnortheastwards.

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 2.1 kms a.s.l. over Assam and Meghalaya and neighbourhood persists. The cyclonic circulation over Uttarakhand and neighbourhood has become less marked.

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