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    All India Weather Warning Bulletin Thursday 13 September 2018 Time of Issue: 0745 hrs IST (MORNING)

    13 September (Day 1):♦ Heavy rain at isolated places very likely over Assam & Meghalaya, SubHimalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.

    14 September (Day 2):♦ Heavy rain at isolated places very likely over Jammu & Kashmir, Assam & Meghalaya, SubHimalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Odisha and Tamilnadu & Puducherry.

    15 September (Day 3): ♦ Heavy rain at isolated places likely over Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Odisha and Tamilnadu & Puducherry.

    16 September (Day 4): ♦ Heavy rain at isolated places likely over Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Odisha, Mizoram and Tamilnadu & Puducherry.

    17 September (Day 5): ♦ Heavy rain at isolated places likely over Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Odisha, Mizoram and Tamilnadu & Puducherry.









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    At 793.7 mm, rainfall in city at 8-year high
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    Sandeep Rana
    Tribune News Service
    Chandigarh, September 12

    Breaking the record of the past eight years, Chandigarh received the highest rainfall this monsoon.
    According to the Met Department, from June 1 to September 12, it rained 793.7 mm in the city. This is a 4 per cent increase over the normal rain of 762.5 mm. This is the highest rainfall in the season in eight years.
    Last year, it had rained 752.8 mm, which was 11 per cent less than normal. In 2016, it had rained way below normal with the city witnessing just 456.9 mm rainfall. It was 46 per cent less than normal.
    The lowest-ever rainfall in Chandigarh was witnessed in 1987 at 275.6 mm, 67 per cent below normal. The maximum rainfall was recorded in 1988 at 1,748 mm, 107 per cent above normal.
    “After many years, the city has witnessed a good monsoon. It has received the highest rainfall in eight years,” said Surender Paul, Director, Met Department, Chandigarh, adding that the remaining part of September was likely to witness light rain. Paul said the increased rainfall would be beneficial in many ways.
    Due to the above normal rain, people should be ready for colder and foggier days in the winter season. “It will definitely have an impact on the winter season. The winter will be colder. There are chances of more fog this time,” said the Met Director.
    The city witnessed 2.7 mm of rainfall on Wednesday.



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    Monsoon weakening, withdrawal to begin after Sept 17, says IMD

    The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that the withdrawal of monsoons might begin after September 17, although it has started to show signs of weakening with reduced rainfall over north-western states.
    According to the weather department, a western disturbance is likely to increase rainfall activity over north-western India from 13 September, which could further delay its withdrawal.

    “Rains are subdued in West and Central India, but there will be enhanced rainfall in north-west due to a western disturbance from 13 September. It will remain so for three days, after which conditions would start developing for its withdrawal. It is likely that the monsoon will not retreat anytime this week,” said Charan Singh, scientist, National Weather Forecasting Centre, IMD.

    With Jharkhand, west Rajasthan, Gujarat, North-East and parts of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka still witnessing below normal rains, the overall monsoon deficit of the country stands at 8%. Out of total 36 sub-divisions, as many as 26 have witnessed normal rains, while nine continue to remain rain-deficient and only Kerala has recorded excess rains.

    The monthly deficit has increased from 5% in June, to 5.8% in July and 7.6% in August.
    According to the weather forecast, a low pressure area is likely to develop over North-West Bay of Bengal around 18 September, which would bring rainfall over Odisha, Chhattisgarh and parts of Central and peninsular India. However, intensity of rainfall is not expected to be high and reduce subsequently.


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    Low pressure to trigger rain from Sep 18
    Sunday, 16 September 2018 | PNS | BHUBANESWAR
    DELHI , BHOPAL , BHUBANESWAR , RANCHI ,
    LUCKNOW , CHANDIGARH , DEHRADUN , RAIPUR



    2018 The Pioneer.
    A low pressure area is likely to form over the Bay of Bengal around September 18, which would trigger rainfall across the State, the Regional Office of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted on Saturday.

    “A low pressure area is likely to form over west-central and adjoining north-west Bay of Bengal around September 18. Strengthening of winds prior to this development may happen over Andaman Sea, east-central and south Bay of Bengal from September 16,” the IMD said.
    In view of the likely adverse sea conditions, fishermen are advised not to venture into these areas on September 16 to 18, the weather office said.

    Meanwhile, the IMD has forecasted that rain or thundershowers are likely to occur at many places over north Odisha and at a few places over south Odisha. It has also warned of possible heavy rainfall at one or two places over south Odisha on September 17 and over coastal Odisha on September 18.




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    A weather system moving from Bay of Bengal across Central India,
    likely to affect North India by 23 Sep 2018.
    Those planning road trips better keep a track of this system movement.
     
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    Low pressure area formed, heavy rain likely in south Bengal

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    Sep 18, 2018 8:30 PM

    Kolkata: The Met department on Tuesday predicted heavy rain in south Bengal from Wednesday night owing to formation of a low pressure area over east central Bay of Bengal. The low pressure is likely to become more marked and concentrate into a depression by Wednesday night, the weatherman said.



    The system is likely to move west-northwestwards towards north Andhra Pradesh and South Odisha coasts during the period, the Met said.
    Rainfall in South Bengal may commence from Wednesday night and may continue till Saturday.
    Heavy rainfall is likely from Thursday in the districts of North and South 24 Parganas, East and West Midnapore, Howrah and Hooghly.
    All the districts of south Bengal are likely to experience heavy rain owing to the depression on Friday, the Met said.

    Fishermen were advised not to venture along and off West Bengal, Odisha coasts and towards Bangladesh coasts from September 19 to 21, the weatherman said.
    The southern districts of the state, which have not experienced much rainfall over the last two weeks, have witnessed a significant rise in day and night temperature in the range from 3 to 5 degrees Celsius.
    The maximum day temperature in Kolkata on Tuesday was recorded at 36.5 degree Celsius, which is four notches above normal.



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    Warning of heavy to very heavy rain on Sep 22, 23

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    Sep 19, 2018 3:18 PM

    Shimla, Sep 19 (UNI) The South West Monsoon is yet to be recede from this hill state, drawing little impact during the last 24 hours in the state, as it was mainly dry, moreover, the Met office warned of heavy to very heavy rainfall in the state on September 22 and 23.

    The Met Office, issuing weather forecast for the week, said that Monsoon trough at 5.
    8 km above the mean sea level runs from Uttarakhand to north Madhya Maharashtra across west Uttar Pradesh, east Rajasthan and west Madhya Pradesh.

    Fresh surge in Monsoon activity is likely to make impact from September 21, as the Met office has forecast rain and thundershowers at few places in the mid and isolated parts of high and foot hills.
    It, however, said that Monsoon rain would lash most parts of the mid hills from September 22 to 24 and in foot hills on September 24 and many places in the foot hills and high reaches from September 22 to 24.





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    Rain, Rain, Come Again: IMD forecasts showers September 25 onwards in Mumbai
    Jay Vira
    Sep 19, 2018, 10:04 AM Environment
    As the monsoon seemed to be ending in Mumbai and as the rains have gradually subsided to a light drizzle, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecasted that the rains will be continuing soon. As per the forecast, September 25 onwards, Mumbai and the surrounding areas will see a returning monsoon.
    The forecast further goes on to describe that Punjab, Haryana, and Rajasthan will face rainfall on September 20 and 22 and later from September 25, Mumbai and nearby areas will have light rainfall. The department further added that there are really low chances of heavy rainfall and there will only be meagre rainfall in Maharashtra along with Mumbai.
    Due to decreasing rainfall in Mumbai, only 48 per cent rain was recorded this year as compared to average. However, due to heavy rains at the beginning of the season, Mumbai has managed adequate water storage.
    IMD stated that with light rainfall, the monsoon season will soon be over.

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