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Kashmir valley continues to reel under freezing temperatures, Pahalgam sees coldest temperature

Srinagar/IBNS: Kashmir valley continued to reel under freezing temperatures with tourist hotspot Pahalgam remaining the coldest place with minus 4.0 degree Celsius recorded on Monday, officials said.

Dust storm, light rain likely in Delhi

New Delhi, May 16 (UNI) After breaching an unprecedented heatwave condition in the capital, recording 49 degrees Celsius a day back, the MeT on Monday forecast dust storms and light rain for Delhi that will likely bring the mercury down in the week ahead. The maximum temperature was likely to hover around 41 degrees, as per the India Meteorological Department.

Weather forecast in India

Today, tropical monsoons influence the weather greatly. This can be seen especially clearly from mid-May to late summer. The comfortable temperature and dry air are replaced by torrential rains. Weather forecast in India for the near future: forecasters warn residents thatthenorth-east gusty wind will start blowing soon. Only in autumn it will become possible to enjoy pleasant sides of the subequatorial climate.

Rough sea condition forecast along & off WB, Odisha and Andhra coasts

Kolkata, July 26 (UNI): During next 24 hours, rough to very rough sea condition very likely to prevail along & off West Bengal, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh coasts hence fishermen are advised not to venture into these areas.

Heavy rainfall, flood prediction during G20 Summit

Osaka, Japan, Jun 27 (Sputnik): The authorities of Japan’s Osaka, which will host the G20 Summit on Friday and Saturday, warned on Thursday that the city may face heavy rainfall, floods and landslides following a tropical cyclone that is currently approaching the Kansai region.

Delhi continues to sizzle, light rain likely to bring respite in coming days

New Delhi, Jun 11 (UNI): Delhi continued to reel from intense heat on Tuesday with maximum temperature recorded at 46.9 degrees Celsius in the ridge area, seven notches above the season's average.

Rajasthan sizzles at 48.9 degrees Celsius; severe heat wave across north and west India

Pune, June 3 (UNI): In view of the deepening of cross equatorial winds up to the parts of south Arabian sea and further to the north over Bay of Bengal along with persistent cloudiness, the southwest monsoon has further advanced into southernmost parts of Arabian sea, some more parts of Maldives-Comorin area, as well as southwest, southeast, and east coast of Bay of Bengal.

Jammu sizzles at 44.1 degrees Celsius

Jammu, May 31 (UNI): The winter capital of the state on Friday witnessed hottest day of the season at maximum temperature touching 44.1 degrees Celsius.

Weather: Hot morning in Delhi, min at 24.2 deg C

New Delhi, Apr 26 (UNI): Delhiites on Friday woke up to a hot morning, with minimum temperature recorded at 24.2 degrees Celsius, normal for the season.

What will rising temperatures mean for the future of work?

Melbourne, Feb 1 (IBNS): A University of Sydney expert will urge for the future of work debate to be re-framed in the face of climate change at the Sydney Environment Institute's inaugural Iain McCalman Lecture on 6 February.  

Smartphones may be used to better predict the weather: Study

Tel Aviv, Nov 12 (IBNS): Flash floods occur with little warning. Earlier this year, a flash flood that struck Ellicott City, MD, demolished the main street, swept away parked cars, pummeled buildings and left one man dead.

Risk of extreme weather events higher if Paris Agreement goals aren’t met, Stanford researchers find

New York, Feb 15 (IBNS): The individual commitments made by parties of the United Nations Paris Agreement are not enough to fulfill the agreement’s overall goal of limiting global temperature rise to less than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.

Extreme and unusual trends continue in 2017, says WMO

London, Mar 21 (IBNS): The year 2016 made history, with a record global temperature, exceptionally low sea ice, and unabated sea level rise and ocean heat, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).