Snowfall report – Denver Snow http://denversnow.co/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 02:07:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://denversnow.co/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-26-120x120.png Snowfall report – Denver Snow http://denversnow.co/ 32 32 Nighttime temperatures plummet in Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi; rain warning in Andhra, Tamil Nadu https://denversnow.co/nighttime-temperatures-plummet-in-jammu-and-kashmir-delhi-rain-warning-in-andhra-tamil-nadu/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 02:07:00 +0000 https://denversnow.co/nighttime-temperatures-plummet-in-jammu-and-kashmir-delhi-rain-warning-in-andhra-tamil-nadu/ Himachal Pradesh (Pixabay) New Delhi: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Tuesday morning that the depression over the southwest and adjacent to the central west of the Bay of Bengal continues to move west-northwest towards southern Andhra Pradesh. , the northern coasts of Tamil Nadu-Puducherry. It is likely to gradually weaken into a well-marked […]]]>

Himachal Pradesh (Pixabay)

New Delhi: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Tuesday morning that the depression over the southwest and adjacent to the central west of the Bay of Bengal continues to move west-northwest towards southern Andhra Pradesh. , the northern coasts of Tamil Nadu-Puducherry. It is likely to gradually weaken into a well-marked area of ​​low pressure over the next 12 hours, the weather service said.
Due to the influence mentioned above, light to moderate rainfall would occur in many places over northern Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry and southern coast of Andhra Pradesh and near Rayalaseema today.

The northern regions of Tamil Nadu and the southern coast of Andhra Pradesh are expected to receive light to moderate rainfall on November 23.

The IMD has advised fishermen not to venture into the southwest and adjacent to the central west of the Bay of Bengal, the Gulf of Mannar and along and off the coasts of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Sri Lanka until November 22.

Weather in Jammu and Kashmir

IMD said Srinagar recorded 1.4 degrees Celsius while 11°C was recorded in Jammu region as of 5:30 a.m. today. Gulmarg, the famous tourist destination recorded -0.49 degrees Celsius, Banihal 9.2°C, Pahalgam -3.2°C and Samba 8.8 degrees Celsius.

Weather in Himachal Pradesh today

Shimla recorded 11 degrees Celsius today morning. There is no chance of rain or snow today in the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is surrounded by Mandi and Kullu to the north, Kinnaur to the east, Uttrakhand to the south, Sirmaur to the west. Kufi, the famous tourist destination recorded 8.0 degrees Celsius, while Chamba recorded 9.01°C.

Delhi weather today

Delhi recorded the coldest night of the season, with minimum temperatures dropping to 8.9 degrees Celsius on Monday evening. IMD said Delhi recorded 13 degrees Celsius at 5:30 a.m. today. Lodi Road recorded 12.21 degrees Celsius while 13.61°C was recorded in Najafgarh region.

Maharashtra weather today

Mumbai recorded 18.21 degrees Celsius, Nagpur 13.6 degrees Celsius, 13.51 degrees Celsius, while it was 10.8 degrees Celsius in Nashik at 5:30 a.m. today.

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Winter break in Ukraine conflict could last up to 6 months: report https://denversnow.co/winter-break-in-ukraine-conflict-could-last-up-to-6-months-report/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 14:15:41 +0000 https://denversnow.co/winter-break-in-ukraine-conflict-could-last-up-to-6-months-report/ The suspension of hostilities in the Russian military operation in Ukraine due to winter can last up to six months, according to the New York Times. Rain and loose soil in late November will slow the movement of Ukrainian and Russian troops. Heavy snowfall and cold weather could also slow battlefield operations, the newspaper […]]]>

The suspension of hostilities in the Russian military operation in Ukraine due to winter can last up to six months, according to the New York Times.

Rain and loose soil in late November will slow the movement of Ukrainian and Russian troops. Heavy snowfall and cold weather could also slow battlefield operations, the newspaper said.

“You’re already seeing the bad weather in Ukraine slowing things down a bit. It’s getting really muddy, which makes it difficult to do any large-scale offensives,” the US undersecretary of defense for policy said. Colin Kahl was quoted as saying by the newspaper.

Meanwhile, the conflict is expected to enter a new phase due to an enforced pause in troop movement, according to the report. The Russian military will focus on strikes against Ukrainian infrastructure.

In turn, Ukrainian troops, as noted Seth Jonesvice president of the American Center for Strategic and International Studies, will continue their subversive attacks on the Russian lines.

A US official, quoted by the media, said it was important for Washington to take advantage of the winter shutdown to increase Kyiv’s arms supply.

It comes days after reports emerged that the Biden administration was “privately” encouraging Kyiv to demonstrate its willingness to negotiate with Russia, The Washington Post reported, citing people familiar with the talks.

Mediation began at the end of February this year after the start of the war in Ukraine. The last round of negotiations concluded in Istanbul on 29 March. Since then, the talks have stalled despite the efforts of the United Nations.

According to the newspaper, the United States does not want Ukraine to enter into negotiations with Russia, but rather aims to ensure that Kyiv enjoys the support of other countries. “Ukraine fatigue is a reality for some of our partners,” a US official told The Washington Post.

Concerns are growing in parts of Europe, Africa and Latin America as food and fuel prices rise amid the ongoing Russian special operation in Ukraine.

Earlier in September, the Russian President Vladimir Poutine said Moscow was still open to talks with Kyiv and called on Ukraine to end hostilities. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyin turn, said that Kyiv was ready to dialogue with Moscow, but only if another president came to power in Russia.

The Kremlin replied that Moscow would expect a change of position from the current Ukrainian president or his successor.

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Source: ANI

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Trip Report: Nordica’s Unlimited Series Shines at Telluride https://denversnow.co/trip-report-nordicas-unlimited-series-shines-at-telluride/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://denversnow.co/trip-report-nordicas-unlimited-series-shines-at-telluride/ All images: Jeff Cricco When Brooks Curran and his girlfriend Charlotte Hoeft were packing for a two-day ski trip to Telluride, they weren’t sure what kind of conditions they were going to sink into, other than skiing the first day and the hinterland the second. Luckily, Nordica’s Unlimited Series has removed the giant question mark […]]]>

All images: Jeff Cricco

When Brooks Curran and his girlfriend Charlotte Hoeft were packing for a two-day ski trip to Telluride, they weren’t sure what kind of conditions they were going to sink into, other than skiing the first day and the hinterland the second. Luckily, Nordica’s Unlimited Series has removed the giant question mark when it comes to deciding which skis to bring, being the brand’s true all-around freeride ski.

On day one, Curran and Hoeft were greeted with a freshly groomed stiff corduroy. Skiing fast, firm groomers, the Unlimited’s ability to lock into a turn and release with complete ease gave Curran and Hoeft complete confidence to slice and carve as they please while still being able to relax. enough and enjoy the incredible views. from the historic mining town below. Come lunchtime, the two couldn’t resist stopping by mountain favorite Giuseppe’s for some grub. The second half of the day was full of hot laps on the resort, but instead of heading back down to town at the end of the day, the couple grabbed their stash bags and headed out the back of the Prospector Bowl to Alta Lakes Observatory.

Curran tearing up the groomers at Telluride Ski Resort completely uninhibited.
The speed limit does not exist for the Santa Ana 104 Unlimited

A luxurious backcountry cabin, the Alta Lakes Observatory is one of the few private homes above 11,000 feet. Nestled beneath the 13,000 foot Palmyra and Silver Peaks of the San Juans, the Observatory offers a unique, comfortable, quiet, and accessible backcountry experience. But don’t let all those adjectives fool you, just outside the front door are a vast array of couloirs and other steep lines for you to test your backcountry skills. Once you’ve maxed out vertically, descend back to the Observatory for a home-cooked meal and a cool-down soak in the hot tub.

On the second day, Curran and Hoeft woke up to a fresh layer of snow outside their cabin window. Keeping safety front and center, the pair decided with the rest of the crew to keep it relatively gentle, foregoing the steeper lines due to the avalanche forecast, but reaping the benefits of the storm nonetheless. Again, the Unlimited Series, available in both Enforcer and Santa Ana models, provides exactly the skiing experience the two pros were looking for. Light enough to conserve energy on the piste but capable enough to recharge in varied conditions, “I don’t think we could have picked a better ski,” says Hoeft. At the end of the day, the team returned to the edge of the ski area and capped off the weekend with celebratory drinks at Peaks Resort at the base of the mountain.

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Static COVID-19 levels in Prince Albert according to sewage report https://denversnow.co/static-covid-19-levels-in-prince-albert-according-to-sewage-report/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 07:14:36 +0000 https://denversnow.co/static-covid-19-levels-in-prince-albert-according-to-sewage-report/ Graphic courtesy HFCM Communicatie, via Wikimedia This is a representation of what the Covid-19 virus would look like under a powerful microscope. The USask Global Institute for Water Security wastewater survey for Prince Albert shows that the viral RNA load of COVID-19 in Prince Albert remained unchanged as it showed only a slight increase of […]]]>
Graphic courtesy HFCM Communicatie, via Wikimedia This is a representation of what the Covid-19 virus would look like under a powerful microscope.

The USask Global Institute for Water Security wastewater survey for Prince Albert shows that the viral RNA load of COVID-19 in Prince Albert remained unchanged as it showed only a slight increase of 2 .5%.

The number is based on the averages of three individual daily measurements during this reporting period through October 31, which are then compared to the weekly average for the previous week.

This week’s viral load of approximately 106,000 gene copies/100 m is static from last week’s value, indicating that SARS-CoV-2 infections in Prince Albert have remained at the same level .

The viral load is the first increase after five consecutive declines, indicating that the SARS-CoV-2 infection in Prince Albert is not over and needs to be monitored.

This concentration of virus particles is considered “average” because it is below a ten-week average of approximately 215,000 gene copies/100 mL in Prince Albert. The concentration is the 23rd highest value observed during the pandemic in Prince Albert.

Therefore, the SARS-CoV-2 infection in Prince Albert is not over and needs to be monitored.

The proportions of SARS-CoV-2 RNA load in Prince Albert wastewater by variant were: BA.5: 53.1%, BA.5.1: 7.9%, BA.5.3.1: 0, 7%, BA.2.75: 0.0 per hundred Other Omicron: 38.3% and non-Omicron lines: 0.0%.

They validate the dosages and standards for BA.4, BA.4.6, BQ.1 and BQ.1.1 to know the proportion of each on the 38.3%.

All data has been shared with Saskatchewan health authorities.

The research team is also looking for the top three variants of concern: Alpha (B.1.1.7), Gamma (P.1), and Delta (B.1.617). Additional variants will be added to the panel as the situation evolves.

USask and Global Water Futures researchers are using wastewater-based epidemiology to monitor SARS-CoV-2 (the virus causing COVID-19) in wastewater from Saskatoon, Prince Albert and North Battleford, providing early warning of outbreaks of infection. This work is done in partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, the Public Health Agency of Canada, the City of Saskatoon, the City of Prince Albert and the City of North Battleford.

This variant tracking data should be seen simply as an indicator of trends that should be verified using sequencing technology through the Public Health Agency of Canada. Because individuals are at different stages of infection when they shed the virus, the levels of variants detected in wastewater are not necessarily directly comparable to the proportion of variant cases found in individual swab samples. confirmed by provincial genetic sequencing efforts.

editorial@paherald.sk.ca

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NWS predicts up to 24 inches of snow on some Colorado peaks https://denversnow.co/nws-predicts-up-to-24-inches-of-snow-on-some-colorado-peaks/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 16:34:00 +0000 https://denversnow.co/nws-predicts-up-to-24-inches-of-snow-on-some-colorado-peaks/ Thursday rolled around and the wintry weather came roaring through Colorado, with big totals expected in parts of the state. Mountains along the Front Range, those in central Colorado and the northern peaks are all expected to be hit with heavy snowfall through Saturday morning, but the deepest totals are expected to land in the […]]]>

Thursday rolled around and the wintry weather came roaring through Colorado, with big totals expected in parts of the state.

Mountains along the Front Range, those in central Colorado and the northern peaks are all expected to be hit with heavy snowfall through Saturday morning, but the deepest totals are expected to land in the southwest.

National Weather Service mapping shows the mountains east of Pagosa Springs (Wolf Creek Ski Area) could see up to two feet of snow over the next two days.

Check out the statewide forecast for snowfall expected to occur during the most likely scenario on the map below and keep scrolling for the “high end” snowfall forecast:







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The most likely snowfall scenario through Saturday morning, according to the NWS. Map credit: National Weather Service.


The National Weather Service’s high-end snowfall forecast map shows a small portion of the area west of Pagosa Springs can receive up to 30 inches of snow, while showing that deeper totals could be much more widespread. In this high-end scenario, Front Range cities would also get a higher accumulation, which could impact travel.







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The premium snowfall forecast map. Map credit: National Weather Service.


Popular snow forecast website OpenSnow predicts up to 20 inches in the Wolf Creek Ski Area and up to 15 inches in the Steamboat area over the next five days. The Wolf Creek ski area is set to open this Friday, while Steamboat’s opening day is currently scheduled for November 23, although that could change.

Recent snow has helped a number of Colorado resorts open for the season, including Arapahoe Basin, Keystone, Winter Park and Loveland.

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The Himalayas should soon welcome winter; North, Central and West India are experiencing pleasant days https://denversnow.co/the-himalayas-should-soon-welcome-winter-north-central-and-west-india-are-experiencing-pleasant-days/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 11:30:33 +0000 https://denversnow.co/the-himalayas-should-soon-welcome-winter-north-central-and-west-india-are-experiencing-pleasant-days/ October is coming to an end and the weather in most parts of India is in a seasonal transition phase. The Himalayas are set to welcome winter very soon as the temperatures are already dropping while the plains of North India, Central and West India are experiencing pleasant days and nights typical of winter weather. […]]]>

October is coming to an end and the weather in most parts of India is in a seasonal transition phase.

The Himalayas are set to welcome winter very soon as the temperatures are already dropping while the plains of North India, Central and West India are experiencing pleasant days and nights typical of winter weather. autumn for these regions.

Over the past week, most of the northern, central and western parts of India witnessed dry and clear weather conditions as no major weather system had influenced these parts after the retreat of the monsoon.

The southwest monsoon had withdrawn from across the country on October 22, delayed by at least a week as the normal pan-India withdrawal date is October 15.

(India 2022 South West Monsoon Withdrawal Status)

The Bay of Bengal hosted the first post-monsoon cyclone of the year named “Sitrang” last week, which is very usual at this time of the year, on Diwali day, i.e. the October 24, it made landfall in Bangladesh, so the coastal areas of India remained unchanged. in terms of direct impact.

After landfall in Bangladesh, the cyclonic storm gradually weakened into a depression and influenced the weather across northeast India during the period from 23 to 25 the states witnessed heavy rains to extremely abundant in many regions and the northeast of the country had to celebrate a wet Diwali this year.

The Himalayas set to welcome winter soon North-Central and Western India are experiencing pleasant days

(Trace of Cyclone Sitrang accompanied by the time series)

On record, Shillong received 196.7mm of rainfall in the span of 24 hours ending on October 25 at 8.30am, the highest one-day rainfall in October at least since 2011.
The all-time record has been 262.0 mm since October 8, 2004.

Very heavy to extremely heavy rains in the stations of northeastern India on October 25:
Mawphlang: 255.4 mm
Pynursla: 253.0mm
Guillaume Nagar; 225.0mm
Cherrapunji; 223.0mm
Sect Hills (Shillong); 212.0mm
Lumingshai; 198.9mm
Shillong; 196.7mm
Barapan: 178.2 mm
Mawkyrwat: 180.0mm

The nights have become noticeably cooler in the plains of northern India under the influence of the dry and cool winds from the northwest blowing in the region:

Top 10 coldest stations on October 29, Saturday:
Sikar: 10.5°C
Fatehpur Shekhawati: 12.6°C
Bathinda: 12.6°C
Jalandhar: 12.8°C
Lakhimpur Kheri: 13.0°c
Adampour: 13.1°c
Ritholi: 13.1°c
Churu: 13.5°C
Moga: 13.6°C
Firozpur: 13.8°C

As soon as the southwest monsoon withdrew from the peninsula, the autumn cold started up to the latitudes of Karnataka and Telangana, with the minimum temperature dropping considerably over the past week.

Belgaum in Karnataka recorded a minimum temperature of 12.4°C on October 24, narrowly missing the all-time record lowest minimum temperature of the month of 12.3°C since October 27, 2008.

Similarly, Hyderabad recorded a minimum temperature of 14.9C on October 24, marking the lowest October temperature at least since 2011.

The Indian Meteorological Department has declared the onset of northeast monsoon rains Under the influence of the installation of northeast winds in the lower tropospheric levels over the Bay of Bengal and the southern peninsula of India, the Northeast monsoon rains started on the coast of Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Karaikal and adjacent areas of southern coastal Andhra Pradesh on 29 October.

Weather conditions were mostly dry last week, but as soon as the northeast monsoon set in, the rains increased significantly over the past 24 hours:

Tamilnadu:
Cuddalore (dist Cuddalore): 80mm,

Pondicherry (dist Pondicherry): 70mm,

Cuddalore collectorate, Srimushnam (dist Cuddalore), Nanguneri (dist Tirunelveli): 60 mm each,

Marakkanam (dist. Villupuram): 50mm,

Vanur (dist Villupuram), Kurinjipadi (dist Cuddalore), Sethiathope (dist Cuddalore): 40 mm each,
Virudhachalam (dist Cuddalore), Bhuvanagiri (dist Cuddalore), Agaram Seegur (dist Perambalur): 30 mm each,

Neivasal Thenpathi (dist Thanjavur), Panruti (dist Cuddalore), Villupuram (dist Villupuram), Vedaranyam (dist Nagapattinam), Pelandurai (dist Cuddalore), Vallam (dist
Thanjavur), Uthangarai (dist Krishnagiri): 20 mm each,

Ulundurpet (dist Kallakurichi), Vepur (dist Cuddalore), Lalpet (dist Cuddalore), Labbaikudikadu (dist Perambalur), Thalaignayer (dist Nagapattinam), Radhapuram (dist Tirunelveli), Eraiyur (dist Perambalur), Chidambaram (dist Cuddalore), Thirupathisaram Aws (dist Kanyakumari), Tambaram (dist Chengalpattu), Thirupoondi (dist Nagapattinam), Kmkoil (dist Cuddalore), Perambalur (dist Perambalur), Sendurai (dist Ariyalur), Mannargudi (dist Tiruvarur), Gingee (dist Villupuram), Orthanad (dist Thanjavur): 10mm each.

Coastal Andhra Pradesh:
Sullurpeta (Spsr Nellore dist): 20mm, Gudur (Spsr Nellore dist): 10mm, Kavali (Spsr Nellore dist): 10mm, Venkatagiri (Spsr Nellore dist): 10mm, Udayagiri (Spsr Nellore dist): 10mm.

Rayalaseema:
Thottambedu (dist Chittoor): 30mm, Srikalahasti (dist Chittoor): 20mm, Tirupati Aero (dist Chittoor): 10mm, Kodur (dist Ysr District): 10mm, Kalakada (dist Chittoor): 10mm, Chinnamandem (dist Ysr District): 10mm

Rainfall performance after the monsoon season so far continues to remain in the great excess category across the country, with India as a whole recording total rainfall of 110.2 mm against the normal of 72, 7 mm during the period from October 1 to 29, the deviation from normal stands. at +52%.

Country-wide areas falling into the precipitation category:

Large surplus: 38% of India’s land area
Surplus: 28% India area
Normal: 23% of the area of ​​India
Deficient: 2% of India’s land area
Large Deficient: 9% of India’s land area
No rain: 0% zone in India.

Seasonal precipitation figures by subdivision

• Southern Peninsula: real 167.5 mm against an average of 143.6 mm, +17% deviation from normal.

• East and North-East India: 164.0 mm real against an average of 120.8 mm, +36% deviation from normal.

• Northwest India: real 64.3 mm against an average of 21.3 mm, +202% deviation from normal.

• Central India: real 93.2 mm against an average of 55.6 mm, +68% deviation from normal.

The Himalayas set to welcome winter soon North-Central and Western India are experiencing pleasant days

(Seasonal Precipitation Status Post Monsoon in Meteorological Subdivisions of India)

Current synoptic features influencing the weather in India on October 29:

• Under the influence of the installation of northeast winds in the lower tropospheric levels over the bay of
Bengal and southern peninsular India, northeast monsoon rains have started on the Tamil coast
Nadu, Pondicherry and Karaikal and adjacent areas of the southern coast of Andhra Pradesh today, October 29
2022.

• Cyclonic circulation over the southwest Bay of Bengal and neighboring Sri Lanka 1.5 km above
mean sea level persists.

• The cyclonic circulation over the southeast Bay of Bengal and the adjacent northern equatorial Indian Ocean
extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level persists.

• A new Western Disturbance likely to affect the western Himalayan region from the night of October 31,
2022.

Weather forecast for all of India until November 5:

• The northeast monsoon is expected to start aggressively in southern India early next week as northeasterly winds are expected to strengthen further.
Widespread moderate rainfall with fairly widespread heavy rain likely over Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh coast, Rayalaseema, coast and interior of southern Karnataka and Kerala from 31 October to 3 November, some stations may experience very heavy rains during the period, also Chennai is expected to experience very heavy rains and the northeast monsoon will set in with a crash next week.

• Under the influence of cool western disturbances, a series of light to moderate snowfall is expected over parts of Kashmir, Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh and over parts of Uttarakhand during the period from October 31 to November 2.
The northern plains of India will not be affected by this western disturbance and weather conditions will continue to remain dry in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

In quick succession, another western disturbance is expected to affect northwest India around November 5, this could bring rains for the plains, temperatures will start to drop significantly from the second week of November.

India’s central and eastern states will witness dry weather next week as no significant weather systems are affecting the region.
Under the influence of dry and cool northwesterly winds and clear skies overnight, the minimum temperature is expected to drop another 1-2°C in Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra in the coming week days to stay nice too.

• North Eastern Indian states are out of the impact of Cyclone Sitrang and weather conditions have improved over the weekend following the trend of most states in the region experiencing dry weather with overnight temperatures dropping over the coming week to November 5, the chances of any significant rain due to the absence of any impacting weather systems.

The author, better known as Rohtak Weatherman, interprets and explains complex weather patterns. His @navdeepdahiya55 impact based predictions are very popular in North India.

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Sunny and bright conditions to add cheers to Diwali; rains restricted to parts of peninsular India https://denversnow.co/sunny-and-bright-conditions-to-add-cheers-to-diwali-rains-restricted-to-parts-of-peninsular-india/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 04:41:49 +0000 https://denversnow.co/sunny-and-bright-conditions-to-add-cheers-to-diwali-rains-restricted-to-parts-of-peninsular-india/ India is ready to celebrate the festival of lights – Diwali – and the weather is also joyous with sunny and bright conditions over most of the country as the monsoon has receded from 60% of the region. Most parts of northern, northeast, eastern and central India experienced sunny and dry weather last week. The […]]]>

India is ready to celebrate the festival of lights – Diwali – and the weather is also joyous with sunny and bright conditions over most of the country as the monsoon has receded from 60% of the region.

Most parts of northern, northeast, eastern and central India experienced sunny and dry weather last week.

The rains were limited to parts of peninsular India as it rained regularly in Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kochi, Chennai, Hyderabad over the past week, but the northeast monsoon has yet to advance in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh as certain conditions are yet to be satisfied.

Winters are on the doorstep of the Himalayas as a fresh western disturbance brought snowfall to hill stations in Kashmir, Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh on Thursday and Friday.

First snowfall of the season recorded at Indian meteorological department observatories in Lahaul with Gondola at 3.0cm and Keylong at 1.0cm till 8.30am on 21st October.

Rainfall in mountain stations ending at 8:30 a.m. on October 21:

Banihal 34.4mm
Bhaderwah 33.3mm
Qazi Pistol 31.0mm
Dalhousie 23.0mm
Chamber 17.0mm
Kotkhai 13.1mm
Dharamshala 12.3mm

After the western disturbance, clear skies lead to a significant drop in minimum temperatures to subzero levels on various hilltops on October 22:

Hanlé Top -7.7°c
Stakna -6.3°c
Drasse -5.2°c
Leh -5.0°c
Padum -4.8°c
Whisper -4.0°c
Gulmarg -2.4°c
Kargil -1.7°c
Kedarnath -1.5°c
Keylong -1.5°c
Baltic -1.5°c
Kukumsheri -1.4°c
Pahalgam -0.4°c

Meanwhile, pleasant dry weather persisted across the plains of North India, Central India and East India.
Parts of the Indian peninsula continue to absorb even more rain before the monsoon bids the region a final farewell.

A series of evening thunderstorms in Pune saw it break the 300mm rainfall mark for October recording a total of 303mm so far, the wettest October 2nd of the past 11 years, 2020 was the wettest of the decade with 312mm of rainfall at Shivajinagar Observatory in the city.

Bangalore recorded the wettest year since records were kept by the Indian Meteorological.

The city’s observatory recorded a total of 1801.2mm through October 23, making it the highest annual rainfall ever in the country’s computer hub.

Top 10 wettest years in Bangalore since 1900:
2022 – 1801.2mm
2017 – 1696.0mm
2005 – 1608.5mm
2021 – 1510.5mm
1998 – 1431.8mm
1916 – 1348.0mm
1991 – 1338.5mm
1903 – 1301.3mm
2008 – 1286.0mm
1958 – 1283.3mm

Rainfall performance in the post-monsoon season so far is a significant excess across the country, with India as a whole recording a total of 104.2mm from the normal of 63.2mm during the period from October 1 to 23, the deviation from normal being +65%

(Rainfall from October till now in subdivisions of India)

Seasonal precipitation figures by subdivision

Southern Peninsula: 164.7 mm real against an average of 116.4 mm, +41% deviation from normal.

East and Northeast India: 129.5 mm real against an average of 109.2 mm, +19% deviation from normal.

North West India: 64.3 mm real against an average of 19.6 mm, +228% deviation from normal.

Central India: 93.2 mm real against an average of 50.0 mm, +86% deviation from normal.

Current synoptic features influencing the weather in India on October 23:

• The southwest monsoon withdrew from other parts of the country today, 23
October 2022.

Sunny and bright conditions to add cheers in Diwali rains restricted to parts of peninsular India

• The deep depression over the east-central Bay of Bengal moved northwestward at a speed of 20
km/h over the past 6 hours, and was centered at 08:30 IST of today, October 23 on the
west-central and east-central adjacent Bay of Bengal near latitude 15.6°N and longitude 88.4°E, approximately 640
km northwest of Port Blair, 670 km south of Sagar Island and 820 km south-southwest of Barisal
(Bangladesh). It is very likely to move northwest over the next 12 hours and intensify into a cyclone
storm over the central Bay of Bengal. Thereafter, it would recurve and move north-northeast and
cross the coast of Bangladesh between Tinkona Island and Sandwip near Barisal around early October 25
Morning.

Sunny and bright conditions to add cheers in Diwali rains restricted to parts of peninsular India

(Satellite imagery shows the formation of the cyclonic storm in the Bay of Bengal)

• The trough now starts from the cyclonic circulation associated with
the deep depression over the central west and central east adjacent from the Bay of Bengal to the Comorin region through
Southern Bay of Bengal and Northern Sri Lanka and extends up to 7.6 km above mean sea level.

• The Western Disturbance is a trough in the westerly winds of the middle and upper troposphere with its axis at 5.8 km
above mean sea level roughly along Long. 82.0° E north of Lat. 20.0° N persists.

Weather forecast for all India till October 30:

• As the monsoon recedes from most parts of the country, it is very likely that dry weather will prevail in all major regions over the coming week.
In North India, Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, NCR Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan to observe dry weather conditions with temperatures nighttime temperatures dropping below 15°C at major resorts, nights are expected to cool down in the Himalayas with minimum temperature around sub-zero levels while the plains experience fairly cool mornings with minimum temperature between 10 and 15°C next week.
The air quality index will fluctuate in the poor to very poor range over the week and may not move into the hazardous category anytime soon as weather conditions such as wind patterns and speeds remain favorable .

As in northern India, the weather conditions are likely to be very dry in central India.
Dry winds are blowing from the north, this will cause overnight temperatures to drop in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh next week and the minimum temperature could settle in a pleasant range of 15-20C.

The wet phase of the rains is expected to slow down in southern India over the coming week as Cyclone Sitrang forming in the Bay of Bengal will suck all the moisture from the land out to sea.
Mainly dry weather conditions to be observed in Goa, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu until October 30, this will be the only dry phase just before the northeast monsoon takes over in Tamil Nadu and in parts of Andhra Pradesh.

Impact of Cyclone Sitrang on East and North-East India during the period from October 23 to 27:

Odisha: Light to moderate rain in many places probably over the coastal districts of Odisha on the 23rd and light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy rains probably over the same area on the 24th and isolated heavy rains over the northern coastal districts of Odisha ‘Odisha on October 25.

West Bengal: light to moderate rain in few places with isolated heavy rain likely over coastal districts (south and north 24 Parganas and east and adjoining east Medinipur) of West Bengal on 23 October, light to moderate rainfall in most Spots with isolated heavy to very heavy rains are likely over the coastal districts of West Bengal (South and North Parganas, East and Adjacent West Medinipur) on 24th October.
Light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely over the coastal districts (south and north of Parganas and Nadia) of the west
Bengal on October 25.

Northeastern States:

Light to moderate rainfall in most places with heavy to very heavy rainfall in isolated locations is likely over northern Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, heavy to extremely heavy rain is likely over southern Assam, eastern Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura on 24 October.
Light to moderate rainfall in most places with isolated heavy to very heavy rain is likely over the same region on the 25th and isolated heavy rain is likely over Arunachal Pradesh, northeastern Assam and Nagaland October 26.

Sunny and bright conditions to add cheers in Diwali rains restricted to parts of peninsular India

(Graphical intensity plot of Cyclone Sitrang base October 23 afternoon)

Wind Warning:

October 23: Squall winds reaching 50 to 60 km/h with gusts to 70 km/h prevail over the central west and adjacent central east and southeastern Bay of Bengal. It would gradually increase, becoming a gale reaching 65-75 km/h with gusts of 85 km/h over the same region from the evening of the 23rd.
Squall wind speeds reaching 35-45 km/h gusting to 55 km/h are very likely along and off the coasts of Odisha and West Bengal and the Andaman Islands and north of the Atlantic Sea. Andaman.

October 24: Wind speeds reaching 80-90 km/h with gusts to 100 km/h are likely over the central west and adjacent areas of the central east and northern Bay of Bengal. It would gradually increase, rising to 90-100 km/h with gusts of 110 km/h over the same region from the evening of the 24th.

October 25: Wind speeds reaching 90-100 km/h with gusts to 110 km/h are likely over the northern Bay of Bengal and along and off the coast of Bangladesh; 70-90 km/h gusting to 100 km/h probably along and off 24 Parganas district and 60-70 km/h gusting to 80 km/h along and off eastern Medinipur district on the West Bengal coast till morning. It would gradually decrease, becoming 45 to 55 km / h with gusts to 65 km / h on the coastal areas of Bangladesh after the evening. Squally wind speeds reaching 45-55 gusting to 65 km/h are likely along and off Balasore district and 40-50 km/h gusting to 60 km/h along and off the other northern coastal districts of Odisha.

Squall winds reaching 50 to 60 km/h gusting to 70 km/h are likely over Tripura and 45 to 55 km/h gusting to 65 km/h over Mizoram, southern Assam and east of Meghalaya and Manipur.

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India lost 159 billion due to extreme heat report https://denversnow.co/india-lost-159-billion-due-to-extreme-heat-report/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 09:29:50 +0000 https://denversnow.co/india-lost-159-billion-due-to-extreme-heat-report/ The rainfall pattern in India has changed over the past 30 years which has impacted many economic activities such as agriculture, forestry and fishing. Extreme heat resulted in the loss of $159 billion in India, across various key sectors such as services, manufacturing, agriculture and construction, according to the Climate Transparency Report 2022. Between 2016 […]]]>

The rainfall pattern in India has changed over the past 30 years which has impacted many economic activities such as agriculture, forestry and fishing.

Extreme heat resulted in the loss of $159 billion in India, across various key sectors such as services, manufacturing, agriculture and construction, according to the Climate Transparency Report 2022.

Between 2016 and 2021, extreme events such as cyclones, flash floods, floods and landslides caused crop damage on more than 36 million hectares, a loss of 3.75 billion dollars for the farmers in the country.

Annual damage from river floods in the country is expected to increase by around 49% at a warming of 1.5 degrees Celsius. Damage from cyclones will also increase by 5.7%.

The rainfall pattern in India has changed over the past 30 years which has impacted many economic activities such as agriculture, forestry and fishing.

Under the 1.5°C scenario, snowfall in India is projected to decrease by 13% from base period snowfall levels. At 3°C ​​of warming, the decrease is projected to be 2.4 times the 1.5°C scenarios.

“Precipitation is projected to increase by 6% compared to the 1986-2006 reference period, at 1.5°C of warming. Under a 3°C warming scenario, precipitation will increase by three times the predicted precipitation at 1.5°C of warming,” the report said.


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Harvest report for the period October 11 to October 17, 2022 | News and media https://denversnow.co/harvest-report-for-the-period-october-11-to-october-17-2022-news-and-media/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 16:10:06 +0000 https://denversnow.co/harvest-report-for-the-period-october-11-to-october-17-2022-news-and-media/ Released October 20, 2022 Harvest is virtually complete across Saskatchewan as dry weather through much of September and October allowed growers to harvest their crops efficiently without major weather delays. Harvesting started early for many growers in the southwest and midwest regions after another dry growing season. Late planting dates and weekly rainfall […]]]>

Released October 20, 2022

Harvest is virtually complete across Saskatchewan as dry weather through much of September and October allowed growers to harvest their crops efficiently without major weather delays.

Harvesting started early for many growers in the southwest and midwest regions after another dry growing season. Late planting dates and weekly rainfall during the flowering and seed-filling stages delayed harvest in the eastern and northern parts of the province until the second half of August, but resulted in the potential for higher yield. However, the weather remained dry and growers were able to speed up their harvest and bring in their entire harvest without major issues.

Now that harvest is complete in all parts of the province, growers would like to see regular precipitation before the ground freezes and winter arrives.

Crop yields vary across the province and are highly dependent on the amount of moisture received throughout the season. Yields in the Southwest and Midwest regions are again below average, with some growers reporting slightly improved yields compared to last year. Yields in the eastern and northern regions have improved a lot, and many growers are reporting above-average yields. The biggest impacts on yields this year were drought, ground squirrels, grasshoppers, wind and spring drowned crops.

Average yields are estimated at 44 bushels per acre for hard red spring wheat, 31 bushels per acre for durum wheat, 93 bushels per acre for oats, 64 bushels per acre for barley, 36 bushels per acre for for canola, 34 bushels per acre for peas. and 1,165 pounds per acre for lentils.

Quality ratings for all crops are largely in the top two categories for each respective crop. The largest contributors to the downgrade were light kernels due to drought, insect damage, bleaching or discoloration of kernels from rain, and an increase in diseases such as ergot in grain crops such as spring wheat and durum wheat.

Moisture conditions are a concern for some growers, especially those who have struggled throughout the season with infrequent and minimal rainfall. Even areas that started the year with excess moisture are now becoming very dry and growers are hoping for rain soon.

Significant rainfall will be required this fall and through winter to replenish moisture levels in the soil and dugouts. As winter approaches, cropland topsoil moisture is rated as adequate at 22%, short at 35%, and very short at 43%. Hay and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as adequate at 16%, short at 37%, and very short at 47%.

Hay yields have improved significantly across most of the province as increased amounts of precipitation allowed for early growth and rapid regrowth throughout the growing season. Haylands in the southwest and midwest again suffered from near-drought conditions, resulting in less than optimal hay yields. Provincially, average dryland hay yields are 1.4 tonnes per acre (alfalfa), 1.4 tonnes per acre (alfalfa/bromeed and wild hay), 1.10 tonnes per acre (other tame hay) and 2 tons per acre (green fodder). On irrigated land, average estimated hay yields are 2 tons per acre (alfalfa), 2.3 tons per acre (alfalfa/bromeed), 1.5 tons per acre (wild hay), and 3 tons per acre (forage). green). Most of the incoming hay in winter is rated as fair to excellent, with only one percent rated as poor.

Due to improved hay yields, winter feed supplies for livestock, such as cattle, have also improved. Producers in the northern and eastern regions have indicated that they will have excess or adequate supplies of hay, straw, green forage and feed grains. Producers in the southwest and mid-west report that they have not been able to fully replenish their feed stocks and are sourcing from other parts of the province, with some buying hay from Alberta or Manitoba. For some producers, their feed inventory is too depleted and the feed too expensive to buy, causing them to reduce their herd size to accommodate the feed available to them.

Water hauling was once again common in many parts of the province as dugouts, swamps and other bodies of water dry up and become unsafe for livestock. Producers constantly tested water quality and were forced to move livestock off pastures that had unsafe water, putting increased pressure on already struggling grasslands. More rain and above average snowfall this winter are needed to ensure that water quantity and quality will not be an issue next year.

With no large amounts of rain in the second half of August and well into September, many soils in the province were too dry for good winter grain germination and growers chose not to risk planting winter wheat and fall rye. Across the province, the area seeded to winter wheat fell about 23%, while the fall rye area fell 17%. Growers who have planted winter cereals have reported that the crop germinated poorly or not at all.

Now that the harvest is complete, farmers will be able to complete fall chores such as repairing fences, moving livestock, hauling grain and bales, picking rocks and other miscellaneous field work. Farmers will continue to do their work in the field until the ground freezes or a heavy snowfall occurs.

This is the final crop report for the 2022 growing season.

A complete, printable version of the Crop Report is available online at https://www.saskatchewan.ca/crop-report.

Follow the 2022 Crop Report on Twitter at @SKAgriculture.

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For more information contact:

Matthew Struthers
Agriculture
Moose jawbone
Phone: 306-694-3714
Email: matt.struthers@gov.sk.ca

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