Weather update – Plains News http://plainsnews.com/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 10:45:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://plainsnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Weather update – Plains News http://plainsnews.com/ 32 32 Colombia – Bad weather, update (UNGRD, PAHO, IDEAM) (ECHO Daily Flash of 23 June 2022) – Colombia https://plainsnews.com/colombia-bad-weather-update-ungrd-paho-ideam-echo-daily-flash-of-23-june-2022-colombia/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 10:45:01 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/colombia-bad-weather-update-ungrd-paho-ideam-echo-daily-flash-of-23-june-2022-colombia/














Colombia – Bad weather, update (UNGRD, PAHO, IDEAM) (ECHO Daily Flash of 23 June 2022) – Colombia | ReliefWeb


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Colombia

  • Heavy rains continue to fall over large areas of Colombia, causing 148 catastrophic rainfall events.
  • According to the Colombian National Disaster Risk Management Unit (UNGRD), between June 1 and June 20, 12 people died, four are missing and four others were injured. More than 2,380 homes were damaged, while approximately 10,500 people were affected in 110 municipalities in 21 departments of Colombia.
  • The “first rainy season” (since March 16) in Colombia left at least 90 dead, 14 missing and a hundred injured.
  • On June 23, heavy rain is expected on the Colombian coast, while central areas will experience moderate to heavy rainfall on June 24.

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]]> IMD issues orange alert in Mumbai, Thane, Raigad; heavy rain likely https://plainsnews.com/imd-issues-orange-alert-in-mumbai-thane-raigad-heavy-rain-likely/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 04:43:04 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/imd-issues-orange-alert-in-mumbai-thane-raigad-heavy-rain-likely/

An orange alert was issued for Mumbai, Palghar, Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg today, the Regional Meteorological Center said.

On Sunday, most parts of Mumbai experienced moderate downpours until early morning and late morning.

In the past 24 hours, south Mumbai has received more rains than the suburbs. The IMD Colaba Observatory recorded about 67mm of precipitation while the Santacruz Observatory recorded 13mm of precipitation.

According to weather reports, Mumbai and its environs will receive moderate to heavy rains over the next 24 to 36 hours, after which the intensity will decrease. However, very heavy rain is likely this weekend.

While it has been more than a week since the southwest monsoon arrived in several parts of Maharashtra, including its capital Mumbai, statewide rainfall activity for most of this period is remained low.

“Generally cloudy skies with moderate rain in the city and in the suburbs. Possibility of heavy to very heavy rain in isolated places”, informs the meteorological agency in its daily bulletin.

India’s Meteorological Department in its daily bulletin on Sunday also confirmed the development and informed that “fairly widespread/widespread rains with thunderstorm/lightning are very likely over Karnataka, Konkan and Goa, Kerala and Mahe and Lakshadweep and scattered rains at fairly widespread probably in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Marathwada, Andhra Pradesh and Yanam, Telangana and Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal for the next 5 days.” For the past few days in Maharashtra (Maharashtra), skies have remained cloudy in most parts of the state, including Mumbai, and there have been intermittent rains.

With the fresh rain, the air quality in Mumbai is in the ‘good category’. System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), a government agency, advised today morning that the overall AQI was 29 at 8:45 a.m.

According to government agencies, an AQI between zero and 50 is considered “good”, 51 and 100 “satisfactory”, 101 and 200 “moderate”, 201 and 300 “poor”, 301 and 400 “very poor”, and 401 and 500 “severe”.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), westerly winds blowing along the west coast and a northern trough from the interior of Karnataka to southern Tamil Nadu will collectively cause heavy rains in Maharashtra and its neighboring states in over the next five days – until June 22 and possibly beyond.

As a result, isolated heavy showers are expected over South Konkan and Goa from Saturday to Wednesday (June 18-22) and over ghat areas of Madhya Maharashtra from Monday to Wednesday (June 20-22).

Meanwhile, the long-awaited southwest monsoon, which is crucial for agriculture, hit Jharkhand on Saturday and covered four districts in the state, meteorological officials said. The seasonal rain, which is eight days delayed from its expected time, entered from northeastern parts of the state.

(With contributions from the agency)

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Mumbai sees moderate showers; IMD predicts heavy rain for the next four days https://plainsnews.com/mumbai-sees-moderate-showers-imd-predicts-heavy-rain-for-the-next-four-days/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:39:33 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/mumbai-sees-moderate-showers-imd-predicts-heavy-rain-for-the-next-four-days/

On Sunday, most parts of Mumbai experienced moderate downpours until the early morning hours and late morning as the southwestern monsoon arriving in Maharashtra made its presence felt.

While it has been more than a week since the southwest monsoon arrived in several parts of Maharashtra, including its capital Mumbai, statewide rainfall activity for most of this period is remained weak.

But that is expected to change from this weekend, with the first heavy rain of the season expected to hit several Maharashtrian subdivisions.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rain for the next four days (June 19, June 20, June 21 and June 22) in Mumbai.

Strong southerly and southwesterly winds from the Bay of Bengal and a north-south trough from northeast Bihar inside Odisha are also expected to combine and dump isolated heavy rains over Maharashtra’s Vidarbha subdivision. this weekend (June 18-19).

Southwest monsoon conditions do not yet cover the most northeastern parts of Maharashtra. However, the state could be completely engulfed by the monsoon this weekend, the latest IMD update said.

In addition, the city on Sunday recorded an air quality index (AQI) of 57, considered “moderate”. Air quality is acceptable; however, for some pollutants there may be a moderate health concern for a very small number of people who are unusually sensitive to air pollution.

Active children and adults, and people with respiratory conditions, such as asthma, should limit prolonged outdoor exertion.

Today’s weather is expected to be a high of 30 degrees Celsius, with a low of 27 degrees Celsius. Moderate showers are likely to occur intermittently in various parts of the city.

Since the start of the monsoon period on June 1, the inactive phase of the monsoon has led to Maharashtra recording just 40.3 rainfall so far this month – a 57% ‘deficit’ from its long-term average for the period from June 1 to June 18. , which amounts to 93.4 mm.

But with the rains expected to pick up speed starting this weekend, statewide precipitation numbers are expected to approach normal as the end of the month approaches.

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Light to moderate showers in Mumbai today; start of heavy rain likely next week https://plainsnews.com/light-to-moderate-showers-in-mumbai-today-start-of-heavy-rain-likely-next-week/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 02:59:41 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/light-to-moderate-showers-in-mumbai-today-start-of-heavy-rain-likely-next-week/

On Thursday morning, Mumbai experienced light to moderate showers in most parts of the city including South Mumbai, Bandra, Dadar and suburbs.

After the onset of the monsoon on June 11 and some moderate rain for three days, there has been a slight reduction in rainfall for the time being.

Over the past three days, rainfall has been minimal over Mumbai and will remain so until June 17, when the rains will be light and patchy.

Around June 18, the rains will accelerate slightly and become quite intense around June 19 and thereafter.

From June 20, the typical Mumbai rains are expected to start in earnest. These will likely cause some amount of waterlogging and other disruptions.

These rains will occur due to the emergence of a cyclonic circulation over the Bay of Bengal and as the system moves inland, a confluence zone will result, moving closer to the coast. west.

Additionally, the city recorded an air quality index (AQI) of 46 on Thursday, which is considered “fair.” Air quality is generally acceptable for most people. However, susceptible groups may experience minor to moderate symptoms following long-term exposure.

Today’s weather is expected to be a high of 32 degrees Celsius, with a low of 28 degrees Celsius. Light to moderate showers are likely to occur intermittently in various parts of the city.

On Wednesday, the city recorded a maximum temperature of 31 degrees, with a low of 27 degrees.

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Light drizzle in Mumbai today; heavy rain likely from next week https://plainsnews.com/light-drizzle-in-mumbai-today-heavy-rain-likely-from-next-week/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:31:18 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/light-drizzle-in-mumbai-today-heavy-rain-likely-from-next-week/

Light rain was seen in South Mumbai in Dadar among other parts of the city on Wednesday. The Indian meteorological department had predicted the possibility of light showers in the city today and tomorrow (Wednesday and Thursday).

According to weather reports, heavy rain is expected to hit the city by next week.

Meanwhile, a high tide of 4.86 meters was observed at 12:46 p.m. in Mumbai today. Additionally, a low tide of 1.65 meters is likely to occur at 6:49 p.m. today.

According to IMD, the monsoon has also arrived in Goa, the Konkan belt and some parts of Gujarat. Ratnagiri received light rain on Monday, and by June 16 more rain is expected in the Konkan region.

A thunderstorm warning has also been issued for the Marathwada region for today.

On Tuesday, the minimum temperature recorded in Santacruz was 25.8°C and the maximum was 34.4°C, as well as the relative humidity of 79%.

While Colaba experienced a minimum temperature of 26.4°C and a maximum temperature of 32.5°C with a relative humidity of 78%.

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The heat wave in northwest and eastern India will continue for 2-3 days https://plainsnews.com/the-heat-wave-in-northwest-and-eastern-india-will-continue-for-2-3-days/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 11:09:53 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/the-heat-wave-in-northwest-and-eastern-india-will-continue-for-2-3-days/

“No significant change in maximum temperatures very likely over eastern India over the next 3 days and gradual drop of 2-3 degrees Celsius thereafter,” IMD said. (Representative image)

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New Delhi: Parts of northwestern and eastern India will continue to experience heat waves for the next 2-3 days, while central India will see a drop in maximum temperature, the meteorological office.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said the heat wave in isolated parts of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh will continue until two more days.

“The heatwave conditions have been alleviated in most parts of central and eastern India. However, heatwave conditions in isolated locations are very likely over Jammu division on June 12 and from Punjab, Haryana-Delhi, Eastern Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand on June 12-13,” IMD said in a press release.

According to the statement, “no significant change in maximum temperatures very likely over northwest India over the next 2 days and a gradual drop of 2-3 degrees Celsius thereafter.”

“No significant change in maximum temperatures very likely over eastern India over the next 3 days and gradual drop of 2-3 degrees Celsius thereafter,” he said, adding that a drop in High temperatures of 2-3 degrees Celsius “very likely” over central India for the next 3 days and no significant change thereafter.

The weather bureau predicted “no significant change in maximum temperatures most likely over other parts of the country over the next 5 days”.

On Sunday, heatwave conditions prevailed in parts of Himachal Pradesh and southeastern Uttar Pradesh and in isolated pockets over Haryana, Delhi, Jharkhand, northeastern Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Uttarakhand.

Uttar Pradesh’s Banda was the hottest spot in the country with 46.2 degrees Celsius that day.

Northwest and central India have been reeling from a heatwave since June 2 due to an onslaught of hot, dry westerly winds.

]]> The Highs and Lows of Heyka: Montana Weather Update June 8 | Weather ABC Fox https://plainsnews.com/the-highs-and-lows-of-heyka-montana-weather-update-june-8-weather-abc-fox/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 22:50:00 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/the-highs-and-lows-of-heyka-montana-weather-update-june-8-weather-abc-fox/

Temperatures were in the 60s and below 70s today across Montana, which is at or below normal.

A few splashes and showers were moving across the state from west to east.

A weak ridge of high pressure will bring a nice warming trend to the state through Friday and east this weekend.

A cold front will approach the state on Friday evening.

Before then, winds will increase especially in north-central and northeast Montana, with some gusts up to 40 mph.

Rain will develop Friday night and Saturday over western Montana and spread eastward this weekend.

As the cold front moves through warm, unstable air on Sunday, it will bring the threat of severe storms to eastern and south-central Montana, including areas of Billings, Miles City, Glendive and Glasgow.

Cooler temperatures behind the front next week.

Lows tonight in the 40s to mid 50s.

Tomorrow highs in the mid 70s to mid 80s.

More of the same Friday and Saturday.

Cooler early next week with well below average highs through to the upper 50s and 60s early in the week.

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Guatemala – Bad weather, update (CONRED, INSIVUMEH) (ECHO Daily Flash of June 7, 2022) – Guatemala https://plainsnews.com/guatemala-bad-weather-update-conred-insivumeh-echo-daily-flash-of-june-7-2022-guatemala/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 12:43:17 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/guatemala-bad-weather-update-conred-insivumeh-echo-daily-flash-of-june-7-2022-guatemala/














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Guatemala

  • Heavy rains have affected several departments of the country (Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, San Marcos, Sololá, Izabal, Jalapa and Petén) since the start of the rainy season causing flooding, landslides.
  • According to the National Coordinator for Disaster Reduction (CONRED), more than 37,000 people have been affected, most of them in the departments of Guatemala (20,000 people) and Quetzaltenango (12,000).
  • Over the next 24 hours, moderate to heavy rain is forecast over central and southern Guatemala.

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]]> Weather update: Pakistan will receive heavy rain this monsoon https://plainsnews.com/weather-update-pakistan-will-receive-heavy-rain-this-monsoon/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 11:45:00 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/weather-update-pakistan-will-receive-heavy-rain-this-monsoon/

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted “above average rainfall” in the upcoming monsoon season. According to a press release, the Met Office said the monsoon season is expected to start in the last week of June, while the pre-monsoon rains are expected to start in the second week of that month.

Weather update: Pakistan will receive heavy rain this monsoon

The weather forecast indicates that the first phase of the monsoon is expected to continue from July 1 to mid-August, while the last phase of the season will continue until the end of September. The country is likely to receive above average rainfall of 140.8 mm during the July to September period.

However, the PMD, in the weather update, warned that heavy rains could trigger urban flooding in different parts of the country, while causing landslides in hilly areas during the upcoming monsoon. Additionally, the exceptionally high temperatures will also increase the rate of snow and ice melt in northern regions.

Meanwhile, the heavy rains will result in the availability of sufficient water for the irrigation and electricity sectors.

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Heat wave to ignite these neighborhoods, IMD sounds the alarm https://plainsnews.com/heat-wave-to-ignite-these-neighborhoods-imd-sounds-the-alarm/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 11:55:27 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/heat-wave-to-ignite-these-neighborhoods-imd-sounds-the-alarm/

The grueling heat wave conditions that have upended life in the state will continue in parts of Odisha, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted on Saturday.

IMD Regional Center in Bhubaneswar issued a press release predicting hot weather conditions in parts of interior Odisha and also shared details of ongoing moderate thunderstorm with lightning over some districts .

“The heat wave is very likely to prevail in isolated locations over Bolangir, Boudh, Sonepur, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Jharsuguda districts on June 4 and over Bolangir, Boudh, Sonepur, Bargarh districts on June 5-6” , said the said IMD.

The meteorological bureau said there will be no significant change in the maximum temperature (daytime temperature) at many places in the districts of Odisha over the next 4-5 days.

Here are some other observations from the weather office:

Current weather characteristics:

An east-west trough ranging from a cyclonic circulation over eastern Uttar Pradesh to Nagaland through Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Assam at 0.9 km above the mean level of the sea ​​persists. A north-south trough also extends from Bihar north of the Andhra Pradesh coast through Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh at 1.5 km above mean sea level.

Impact of the heat wave and suggested action:

1. Heat is tolerable for the general public but a mild health concern for vulnerable people (i.e. infants, elderly and sick people)
2. It is advisable to take precautionary measures in hot weather when going out during the day (about 1100 isT-1500 1ST)

Rainfall and thunderstorm forecast: Isolated light to moderate rain/thunderstorms and lightning is very likely in parts of Odisha over the next five days.

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