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Max

Min

R

TR

New Delhi (Plm)

32

19

0

17

New Delhi (Sfd)

31

18

0

19

Chandigarh

31

21

0

31

Hissar

33

17

0

8

Bhuntar

27

9

tr

110

Shimla

19

9

0

67

Jammu

29

16

5

65

Srinagar

18

6

0

111

Amritsar

31

16

2

37

Patiala

33

19

0

20

Jaipur

33

20

0

9

Udaipur

35

20

0

0

Allahabad

37

21

0

10

Lucknow

33

18

0

15

Varanasi

35

20

0

72

Dehradun

29

16

0

58

Agartala

34

21

19

133

Ahmedabad

39

24

0

0

Bangalore

36

23

0

1

Bhubaneshwar

39

26

0

48

Bhopal

37

23

0

0

Chennai

35

26

0

0

Guwahati

30

17

16

115

Hyderabad

37

26

0

9

Kolkata

37

27

0

104

Mumbai

34

27

0

0

Nagpur

41

23

0

1

Patna

35

23

0

14

Pune

39

21

0

0

Thiruvananthapuram

34

25

13

49

Imphal

31

15

12

117

Shillong

25

13

6

92

The columns show maximum and minimum temperature in Celsius, rainfall during last 24 hours (tr-trace) and total rainfall in mm since 1st March.

Dry weather

RAINFALL: Rain/thundershowers have occurred at many places over Himachal Pradesh, at a few places over Jammu and Kashmir and Uttarakhand and at isolated places over Punjab and east Uttar Pradesh. Weather was mainly dry in the rest of the region. The chief amounts of rainfall in cm are: HIMACHAL PRADESH: Sundernagar, Mandi, Udaipur, Baijnath and Kheri 1 each, JAMMU AND KASHMIR: Gund 1 and UTTARAKHAND: Nainital 1.

MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES: The maximum temperatures rose appreciably in west Rajasthan, rose in Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab, fell in east Uttar Pradesh and changed little elsewhere.

They were markedly below normal in west Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, appreciably below normal in Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, west Rajasthan and east Uttar Pradesh and below normal in the rest of the region. The highest maximum temperature in the region was 40.0C recorded at Jhalawar (Rajasthan).

FORECAST VALID UNTIL THE MORNING OF 18th APRIL 2012: Rain/thundershowers would occur at a few places over Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttarakhand during next 24 hours and at isolated places thereafter. Rain/thundershowers may occur at one or two places over north Haryana and Punjab during next 24 hours and weather will be mainly dry thereafter. Weather will be mainly dry over the rest of the region.

FORECAST FOR DELHI AND NEIGHBOURHOOD VALID UNTIL THE MORNING OF 18th APRIL 2012: Mainly clear sky likely to become partly cloudy towards evening/night.


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