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Current Weather Conditions on 4th March 2014
The Western Disturbance has moved over to North India. A trough in the mid and upper tropospheric westerlies with its axis at 5.8 Kms. above sea level runs roughly along Gujarat to North India.
There is an induced Cyclonic Circulation at 1.5 Kms. above sea level over Rajasthan – West U.P. border and adjoining areas of Uttarakhand.
There is a trough at mean sea level from Lakshadweep area to south Gujarat coast along the west coast.
A Cyclonic Circulation extending upto 1.5 Kms. above sea level lies over Goa–Karnataka coasts and second Cyclonic Circulation extending upto 0.9 Km. above sea level lies over Comorin-Maldives area.
The Cyclonic Circulation over Chhattisgarh and neighborhood extends up to 0.9 Km. above sea level while the Cyclonic Circulation over Odisha and neighborhood has become less marked.
Forecast: 4th to 9th March 2014
Many parts of Maharashtra will get unseasonal rain on all the days of forecast period cumulative rain quantum of 2 Cms. to 5 Cms. accompanied some times with hail storm. Unseasonal rain to continue over parts of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatishgarh, Odisha, Jharkhand, W.B. & Kerala on two to three days of forecast period with cumulative rain quantum varying from 1 Cms. to 2 Cms. Some parts of Gujarat could get showers on one or two days between 6th to 9th March while some parts of Saurashtra could receive showers a day or two between 7th to 9th March.
COLA/IGES Forecast Map of Precipitation Valid for 7th March @ 00 UTC
( 6th March 2014 Precipitation )
( 8th March 2014 Precipitation )
Weather Forecast In Akila Daily Dated 4th March 2014
Current Weather Conditions on 24th February 2014
The Maximum as well as Minimum Temperature is on the rise. The Normal Maximum and Minimum Temperature for Rajkot as of 24th February is 31 C. & 15 C. respectively. The Maximum Temperature at Rajkot was 30.3 C. yesterday and the Minimum Temperature was 17.2 C. this morning. The Maximum Temperature at Ahmedabad was 29.7 C. yesterday and the Minimum Temperature was 17.1 C. this morning.
Weekly Temperature Variations For Rajkot till 24th February 2014
Weekly Temperature Variations For Ahmedabad till 24th February 2014
There is an Upper Air Cyclonic Circulation over South Gujarat and adjoining M.P. & Maharashtra border areas . There is instability in the vicinity of these areas. CAPE is on the rise and Lifted Index has turned negative.