Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Warm, Sunny Days ahead for this week - Posted September 23, 2015

With the low BB6 which originated in Bay of Bengal and then crossed overland into Gujarat, now merged with the seasonal low, the system which brought lot of rains to Central and Western parts of India is dead and Goa has ceased to benefit any more from the system.

As a result from September 20th, Goa has been experiencing light to nil rains.

Warm and sunny weather is expected to remain, at least till this weekend.

Day temperatures are nearing 32C, nearly 1-2 C above normal. Minimum temperature hovers above 24C.

The seasonal deficit continues to be -18%, with average area weighted rainfall so far from June 1 at 94 inches as against the normal of 114 inches. Seasonal rainfall in the range -19% to +19%  is considered "Normal" Monsoon! So we can now say that Goa has so far received normal monsoon rains!

Valpoi is losing the "wettest Place in Goa" title to Sanguem this year. But what is also very surprising is the poor rainfall in Pernem area.

More analysis September month - end!

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