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INSAT PICTURE AT 14.00 hrs. Observations recorded at 8.30 a.m. on July 31.
INSAT PICTURE AT 14.00 hrs. Observations recorded at 8.30 a.m. on July 31.
Max Min R TR
New Delhi (Plm) 33 27 0 220
New Delhi (Sfd) 32 27 1 243
Chandigarh 36 24 23 527
Hissar 37 24 10 245
Bhuntar 33 21 1 415
Shimla 24 17 27 710
Jammu 35 27 0 386
Srinagar 27 19 tr 115
Amritsar 36 26 2 271
Patiala 36 25 0 506
Jaipur 34 27 0 244
Udaipur 33 23 35 385
Allahabad 35 29 0 193
Lucknow 34 26 0 332
Varanasi 28 22 0 151
Dehradun 28 22 364 1090
Agartala 32 25 3 570
Ahmedabad 34 25 tr 487
Bangalore 24 20 1 204
Bhubaneshwar 31 27 10 511
Bhopal 31 24 13 322
Chennai 35 25 0 261
Guwahati 33 27 15 73
Hyderabad 29 23 1 472
Kolkata 31 25 97 556
Mumbai 30 24 52 2013
Nagpur 30 25 12 70
Patna 35 26 5 280
Pune 29 22 1 486
Thiruvantharampuram 31 23 0 477
Imphal 23 21 43 576
Shillong 17 1 856

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

Rain at most places

Southwest monsoon has been vigorous in Uttarakhand and active in Himachal Pradesh, east Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh.

RAINFALL: Rain/thundershowers have occurred at most places in west Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, at many places in Himachal Pradesh and east Rajasthan, at a few places in Haryana and Punjab and at isolated places in the rest of the region. The chief amounts of rainfall in cm are: HARYANA: (3 cm and above) Bilaspur 19, Tejawala 17, Naraingarh 12, Chhachhrauli 11, Jagadhari and Sadhaura 7 each, Kalka 5, Rohtak 4 and Panipat 3, HIMACHAL PRADESH: (4 cm and above) Nahan 16, Poanta 15, Gohar 13, Dadupur 10, Baijnath 9, Palampur and Renuka 8 each, Kahu 7, Kasol, Naina Devi and Nalagarh 6 each, Sundernagar, Sunnibhajji, Dharampur and Kasauli 5 each and Kandaghat 4, JAMMU AND KASHMIR: Poonch 3, PUNJAB: (3 cm and above) Anandpur Sahib 5, Samrala and Ropar 4 each and Amritsar 3, EAST RAJASTHAN: (6 cm and above) Roopaheli 14, Arnodh 11, Bijoliya 10, Mandalgarh and Paoroli 9 each, Bhinay, Vijaynagar and Kachola 8 each, Amet and Dabla 7 each, Hurda, Piplu, Girwa, Phuliyakalan and Rishevdev 6 each, WEST RAJASTHAN: Jayal 3, Srganaganagar tehsil, Ahore, Sadulsahar and Desuri 2 each and Kolayat, Nokha, Bhinmal, Anoopgarh tehsil and Bali 1 each, EAST UTTAR PRADESH: Shahbad 5, Fatehgarh 4, Bilhaur 3 and Deoria, Ankinghat, Mirzapur, Patti and Bhinga 1 each, WEST UTTAR PRADESH: (6 cm and above) Nagina and Deoband 14 each, Bijnore 10, Moradabad 9, Dhampur 8, Auraiya, Bareilly, Bilari, Saharanpur and Jalalabad 7 each and Etah and Sikohabad 6 each and UTTARAKHAND: (6 cm and above) Dehradun 36, Kashipur 25, Roorkee 15, Tehri 12, Karnprayag and Landsdown 11 each, Haridwar, Chamoli, Kotdwar, Kirtinagar and Pithoragarh 9 each, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi 8 each, Kosani and Devprayag 7 each and Ranikhet, Nainital and Barkot 6 each.

FORECAST VALID UNTIL THE MORNING OF 02nd August 2010: Rain/thundershowers would occur at many places over the region except Jammu and Kashmir where it may occur at a few places.

HEAVY RAINFALL WARNING: Heavy to very rain may occur at a few places in Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, west Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand and isolated heavy over Punjab and east Uttar Pradesh during the next 48 hours.

FORECAST FOR DELHI AND NEIGHBOURHOOD VALID UNTIL THE MORNING OF 02nd August 2010: Generally cloudy sky with a few spells of rain/thundershowers, one or two may be heavy.


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