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Weather forecast for Jan 30: Cold wave to abate soon but moderate rain likely in Delhi

Madhuri Adnal
Oneindia29 January 2019


New Delhi, Jan 29: Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand on January 30." data-reactid="11" style="margin-bottom: 1em;">New Delhi, Jan 29: Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand on January 30.


Bengaluru:
The residents of Bengaluru witnessed partly cloudy and sunny weather on January 29. The reason for these rains can be attributed to the presence of an upper air trough which is extending from the state of Bihar to Karnataka across Jharkhand. However, as per Skymetweather, during the next 24 hours, scattered rains are expected over northeastern states and isolated over Tamil Nadu and South interior Karnataka.

Delhi:
Many places in the recent past have even touched the zero-degree mark. The residents of Delhi-NCR saw both day and night temperatures sinking 3 to 4 degree Celsius below the normal. As predicted by Skymet weather, starting tomorrow onward residents will have a reason to rejoice as these cold conditions will bid farewell to the region for at least some time as meteorologists at Skymet have forecast the formation of a fresh Western Disturbance over Hills by January 30. This system will bring in rains over Northern cities such as Jammu, Kathua, Hoshiarpur. At other places clouding will take place. As National capital Delhi is on the fringe of the effect, it might not receive rains.

Ahmedabad:
Generally, the state of Gujarat observes mild winters. As per Skymet weather, Cold Wave conditions are still prevailing over many parts of Gujarat and minimums are below normal by 3℃ to 5℃ over many places. At present, relatively warmer and humid southwesterly winds from Arabian sea will commence leading to an increase in temperatures over the state. These winds will lead to a marginal increase in temperature thereby abating Cold Wave conditions from the entire state by January 31. However, we expect winter chill to persist for another 48 hours.

Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand
All the three hilly states i.e. Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh as well as Uttarakhand started on a poor note in terms of winter rain and snowfall this season. As per Skymet weather, at present, one of the systems, is persisting over North Pakistan and its adjoining areas. This system will start giving activity January 29 evening onward. Gradually, intensity of these activities will increase and rain as well as snowfall will pick up a good pace January 30 onward.

Weather forecast for Jan 30: Cold wave to abate soon but moderate rain likely in Delhi
 

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30 जनवरी का मौसम पूर्वानुमान: पंजाब, हरियाणा, उत्तर प्रदेश, राजस्थान में शीत लहर का प्रकोप जल्द होगा समाप्त

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30 जनवरी का मौसम पूर्वानुमान: पंजाब, हरियाणा, उत्तर प्रदेश, राजस्थान में शीत लहर का प्रकोप जल्द होगा समाप्त
29 January 2019 06:29 PM


एक नया पश्चिमी विक्षोभ पश्चिमी हिमालय पर पहुँच चुका है। इससे प्रभावित एक चक्रवाती हवाओं का क्षेत्र मध्य पाकिस्तान और उससे सटे पश्चिमी राजस्थान पर बना है जिसके कारण आने वाले 24 घंटो में जम्मू- कश्मीर पर बारिश और बर्फबारी की संभावना है। साथ ही हिमाचल प्रदेश और उत्तराखंड पर भी बारिश का होने की संभावना है। इसके अलावा पंजाब के उत्तरी भागों पर भी बारिश देखने को मिल सकती है।




इस बीच हवा भी अपनी दिशा बदलेगी जिसके कारण उत्तरी मैदानी इलाकों जैसे की पंजाब, हरियाणा और राजस्थान के न्यूनतम तापमान बढ़ेंगे। तापमान बढ्ने के कारण यहाँ शीत लहर का प्रकोप भी समाप्त हो जाएगा।

मध्य भारत में पश्चिमी राजस्थान पर बारिश हो सकती है। गुजरात और राजस्थान में न्यूनतम तापमान बढ़ेंगे। हालांकि मध्य प्रदेश, छतीसगढ़ और महाराष्ट्र पर मौसम शुष्क ही रहेगा। मध्य प्रदेश और महाराष्ट्र पर दिन और रात्रि के तापमान में बढ़ोत्तरी होगी।

पूर्वी भारत में लगातार उत्तर-पश्चिमी दिशा से ठंडी हवाएँ आ रही है जिनके कारण पूर्वी उत्तर प्रदेश और बिहार में न्यूनतम तापमान गिरेंगे, हालांकि झारखंड, ओड़ीशा और पश्चिम बंगाल के तापमान में कोई खास बदलाव नहीं आएगा। दूसरी ओर पूर्वोत्तर भारत में दिन के तापमान में हल्की बढ़ोत्तरी देखी जा सकती है।

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दक्षिण भारत में कोई महत्वपूर्ण वेदर सिस्टम नहीं है इसलिए मौसम शुष्क ही रहेगा। हालांकि वातावरण में बनी नमी के कारण, तटीय आंध्र प्रदेश में सुबह के समय मध्यम से घना कोहरा छाने की संभावना है। इस बीच तेलंगाना, आंतरिक कर्नाटक और तमिलनाडु के न्यूनतम तापमान में गिरावट आएगी।


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So 13 years in the life of universe or earth is not even a dot. So it is totally normal weather:



This was Delhi’s coldest December-January in 13 years

Amit Bhattacharya| TNN | Updated: Feb 1, 2019, 08:41 IST


NEW DELHI: The long and cold winter this season was the harshest the capital has seen in 13 years and the second harshest this century in terms of minimum temperatures in December and January, Met department data reveals.

The sustained chill this winter can be gauged from the fact that in the 47 days since December 15, when the severe chill set in, minimum temperatures have risen above normal on just nine days. This period includes 21 consecutive days (December 16-January 5, both included) of below-normal temperatures.

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The two-month period also had 28 days when temperatures dropped to 6 degrees C or lower. The average minimum temperature in December and January was 6.8 degrees C, the lowest since the winter of 2005-06, when the average was a shade lower at 6.6 degrees.

While December 2018 was the third coldest in 50 years, January too turned out to be the coldest in six years, with the average minimum temperature during the month at 6.9 degrees C, almost a degree below normal.

“December was unusually cold this season due to a long dry spell when sustained northerly winds chilled the region. While January saw a large number of western disturbances, seven in total, most of them did not impact the plains. There were long gaps in between when northerly winds blew, keeping minimum temperatures low,” said B P Yadav, head of IMD’s Regional Meteorological Centre here.

Although January received 54.1mm of rain—as against a normal of 21.7mm — the highest for the month in 20 years, most of the rain was recorded over two days, January 21 and 22. There were five rainy days in the month.

“The impact of the January 21-23 rain and snow across the region was felt in Delhi from Republic Day onwards, as northerly winds brought the cold from the snow-covered mountains into the region, sending night temperature appreciably below normal for five straight days at the end of the month. In all, minimum temperatures were below normal for 21 days in January, which is rather high,” Yadav said.

Daily temperatures didn’t create many records. The lowest temperature during the period was 2.6 degrees C, recorded on December 29 and the December temperature in four years. However, the feature of this season was the sustained chill that began in mid-December and lasted till January end, with little respite in between.

Coming after five mild winters, the long chill this season was reminiscent of Delhi weather of decades ago with a high number of sunny days. These sunny days kept maximum temperatures at close to normal levels. In December, the average maximum temperature was 23 degrees C against a normal of 22.9 degrees, while in January, it was 21.2 degrees, 0.7 degrees above normal (20.5).

The high number of sunny days have given some respite from the chilly nights in the capital. With cloudy weather and fog forecast in the next four-five days, the maximum temperatures are expected to stay below normal.



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Those of you who have missed snowfall, well, get ready with your vehicle, 7 Feb loads and loads of snow coming but also lots of rain in the foot hills. So dont get caught in landslides. get to your destination before this snow storm arrives.


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Freezing weather in US, severe heat in Australia: 2019 begins in extreme
In India, weather officials issued warnings of heavy or very heavy rain and snow for Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, prompting warnings of avalanches amid an intense cold wave.
INDIA Updated: Feb 03, 2019 07:35 IST
Hindustan Times
Climate change,Weather,World Meteorological Organisation

A woman walks in the snow during a winter storm in Buffalo, New York, US on January 31.(REUTERS)
Frostbite inducing cold in America, severe heat in Australia and heavy snowfall in the Alps and the Himalayas marked an unusually extreme January, the World Meteorological Organisation has said
The cold
In North America

Dangerous cold and heavy snow crippled the northern US this week, killing more than two dozen people and frostbite, broken bones, heart attacks and carbon monoxide poisoning leaving hundreds injured
The cold was caused by an influx of Arctic air, with wind chill factors making temperatures outdoors as cold as -53.9 degrees Celsius in southern Minnesota, which can cause frostbite -- the condition in which tissues freeze --within minutes
The frigid winds were a result of a mix of climatic conditions, all of which are being seen by experts as a consequence of climate change.

Himalayas and Alps hit too
Indian weather officials issued warnings of heavy or very heavy rain and snow for Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, prompting warnings of avalanches amid an intense cold wave.
In the European Alps, some regions witnessed record snowfall in January. In Hochfilzen, in the Tirol region of Austria, more than 451cm of snow fell in the first 15 days of January, an event statistically only expected once a century

Delhi’s long winter
With snow in the mountains and a series of western disturbances hitting northwest India, Delhi recorded the longest cold spell in at least 13 years


Heatwaves and fires
In Australia

- Temperatures hit a record with a series of heatwaves unprecedented in their scale and duration gripping the country. The city of Adelaide saw an unprecedented high of 46.6 degrees Celsius on January 24. In the eastern Australian state of Queensland, once-in-a-century floods covered cities in waist-deep waters with more heavy rain predicted to make the situation worse.
In South America
- A weather station in the capital Santiago set a new record of 38.3 degrees Celsius on January 26, while central parts of Chile saw maximums topping 40 degrees Celsius

First Published: Feb 03, 2019 07:35 IST


Freezing weather in US, severe heat in Australia: 2019 begins in extreme
 

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WEATHER UPDATE 6 Feb and 7 Feb 2019

This year the WD snowstorm have brought more snow than seen in recent times,
So the snow from previous snowstorm is already there,
this snowstorm is big and will add even more snow.
Also there is lots of rain along with this WD along the foot hills.
So exercise caution,
get to your destination before the storm arrives on 5 Feb.
both on 6 and 7 Feb the snowfall could be pretty huge.
So it will be fun, but if you are not careful, it can get you into trouble.
If you on a bike trip to inner regions, would be a good idea not to do it alone, have another biker with you on a different bike.
Same for guys going in deep in own cars, good idea to have another car with you or better still one should be a 4x4.



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