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Hail over Eastern India & Western Himalayan Region

    During the week (05-11 April 2018) many Sub-Divisions of the county experienced excess rainfall.
    Three Western Disturbances passing through the Western Himalayan Region moved east-northeastwards caused hail/thundersqualls over the Western Himalayan Region, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Assam & Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura, it also caused rain/snow at many places over Western Himalayan Region on many days of the week and rain at many places over Arunachal Pradesh, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Assam & Meghalaya and at a few places over Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura.
    Rainfall also occurred at a few places over the southern Peninsula and Central India on many days of the week and over the plains of northwest India on a few days of the week.
    Thunderstorms occurred at a few/one/two places over the country on many days of the week except Gujarat State.
    Hail occurred at Keonjhargarh on 04.04.2018 at 1415 hours IST lasted for 10 minutes with maximum size of hail 1.2 cm (diameter).
    Isolated Thundersqualls and Hailstorms occurred over Assam & Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura on 5th April.
    A squall occurred at Coochbehar on 05.04.2018 with 2 minutes duration from 1210 hours to 1212 hours IST from SE'ly direction with highest gust 45 kmph. Hailstorm occurred on 05.04.2018 at. Malda at 2225 hours IST and lasted for one minute, at Coochbehar from 1230 to 1233 hours IST. and lasted for three minutes with maximum hail size 1.0 cm diameter in each.
    Hailstorm occurred on 06. 04.2018 afternoon over Batote ( Jammu & Kashmir) between 1320- 1321 hours IST of 06th with diameter 1.0 cm.
    Hailstorm occurred on 06.04.2018 at Keonjhargarh from 1555 to 1610 hours IST. With diameter 2.0 cm. Thundersquall in Delhi with wind speed reaching 81 kmph in the evening of 06th April.
    Hail storm occurred at isolated places in the Latur district on 06th April.
    Hail occurred at isolated places (Pithoragarh, Pantnagar and Nainital) in Uttarakhand on 06th April.
    Hailstorms occurred on 07.04.18 at Siwam, Gopalganj, Baishali & Musaffarpur districts of Bihar.
    Squalls passed on 07.04.18 over KOLKATA (Alipore) at 1830 hours IST from Northwesterly direction with highest gust of 63kmph; over Kolkata at 2005 hours IST from Northwesterly direction with highest gust of 64 kmph & both lasted for one minute.
    Hail occurred at isolated places (Mussoorie) in Uttarakhand on 07th April.
    Thunderstorms and hail observed at isolated places over Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal on 07th April. Thundershowers accompanied with Dust storms / Gusty wind occurred at isolated places in Uttar Pradesh on 08th April.
    Hail occurred at isolated places (Champawat) in Uttarakhand on 08th April.
    Hailstorms occurred at isolated places in Bihar on 10th April.
    Heat wave/severe heat wave conditions prevailed at isolated places over West Rajasthan on one/two days of the week.
    Maximum temperature above 40°C was reported at many places over West Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Marathwada on many days and over Saurashtra & Kutch for one day; at isolated places over Madhya Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Gujarat region in one to two days during the week.
    The highest maximum temperature of 43.2°C was recorded at Chandrapur (Vidharbha) over the plains of the country on 05th April 2018.
The cumulative rainfall Sub-Divisionwise for the week (05-11 April 2018) predicted by IMD GFS model shows that normal/excess rainfall would be over most of the Sub-Divisions of the country except Rayalaseema, Kerala, Arunachal Pradesh and Lakshadweep where it would be deficient/largely deficient. Out of excess rainfall predicted for areas West Rajasthan, Assam & Meghalaya, Konkan & Goa, Tamil Nadu & Puducherry and the normal predicted areas which received normal rainfall or which received deficient rainfall are South Interior Karnataka and Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura. The normal predicted rainfall for Gujarat Region has not received any rainfall. The models had predicted rainfall over the southern peninsula except Kerala. Overall model has predicted well for 28 out of 36 sub-divisions of the country
During the week, (05-11 April 2018) rainfall over the country as a whole was 52 per cent above the Long Period Average (LPA). During the week, rainfall was excess over most of the Sub-Divisions of Northwest, Central and Eastern India and some Sub-Divisions of the southern Peninsula. Deficient/largely deficient rainfall was predicted over rest of the country except Gujarat State which has not received any rainfall. During the week the Southern Peninsula received excess rainfall and normal rainfall occurred over East & Northeast India. Details of the rainfall distribution over the four broad homogeneous regions of India are given below:
Rainfall in the pre-monsoon season period, during 01st March to 11th April over the country as a whole was 31 per cent below the Long Period Average (LPA). Rainfall was largely excess over Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Konkan & Goa, Telangana, Rayalaseema, Karnataka, & Lakshadweep, excess over Coastal Andhra Pradesh; normal over West Bengal & Sikkim, Odisha, Bihar, Tamil Nadu & Puducherry and Kerala; deficient over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam & Meghalaya, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Madhya Maharashtra, Marathawada. The rest of the area received larglye deficient rainfall except Gujarat State where there was no rainfall. Out of the four broad homogeneous regions of India, the Southern Peninsula received excess rainfall. The details of rainfall distribution over the four broad homogeneous regions of India are given below:
Rainfall will be above normal over parts of Western Himalayan Region; near normal over East & Northeast India and it will be slightly below normal over South Peninsula. Thunder squall accompanied with hail at isolated places over East & Northeast India and south Peninsula. Dust storm/thunderstorm over plains of northwest India
Rainfall will be slightly below normal over East & Northeast India and it will be near normal over Western Himalayan Region & Southern Peninsula. Thundersquall accompanied with hail could occur at isolated places over East & Northeast India, Southern Peninsula and Central India. Dust storm/thunderstorm could occur over plains of northwest India.
    05 APRIL 2018: ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS: PORT BLAIR-2; ARUNACHAL PRADESH: PASIGHAT (AERO)-2, ASSAM & MEGHALAYA: NONGSTOIN(AWS)-2; ODISHA: HARICHANDANPUR ARG-3, KEONJHARGARH-3, BONTH-3, KUJANGA ARG-3, AKHUAPADA-3, TALCHER-3, BHADRAK AWS-3, DANAGADI ARG-3; UTTARAKHAND: DWARAHAT-5, SRINAGAR-2,; HIMACHAL PRADESH: JOGINDERNAGAR-2; COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH: KUNAVARAM-3, CHINTAPALLE-2, ANAKAPALLE-2, PADERU-2; TELANGANA: ASIFABAD-2, KONDURG-2, MAHESWARAM-2; TAMILNADU & PUDUCHERRY: THENKASI-2; KERALA: CHENNGANUR-2.
    06 APRIL 2018: ARUNACHAL PRADESH: ROING-3, NAMSAI-3; ASSAM & MEGHALAYA: SOHRA-4, JIA BHARALI N T XING-4,; NAGALAND, MANIPUR, MIZORAM & TRIPURA: KANCHANPUR-3; SUB-HIMALAYAN WEST BENGAL & SIKKIM: COOCH BEHAR-6, ODISHA: THAKURMUNDA-3, KAPTIPADA-3, KARANJIA-3,; BIHAR: PURNEA-2 UTTARAKHAND: BAGESHWAR-1; HIMACHAL PRADESH: GAGGAL AIRPORT–2, JOGINDERNAGAR-1; JAMMU & KASHMIR: KUKERNAG-1; WEST RAJASTHAN: BIKANER-1; EAST RAJASTHAN: JHUNJHUNU-4, MADHYA MAHARASHTRA: AJRA-2, KOLHAPUR-2, TELANGANA: MEDAK-2; KERALA KUMARAKOM-1, PIRAVOM-1, HARIPAD-1.
    07 APRIL 2018: ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS: CARNICOBAR (IAF)-3; NAGALAND, MANIPUR, MIZORAM & TRIPURA: SABROOM-10, BISHALGARH-2; SUB-HIMALAYAN WEST BENGAL & SIKKIM: SHIPGYER-2, MAJITAR-2; ODISHA: JAMANKIRA-7, RAJGANGPUR-5, KEONJHARGARH-5, ATHGARH-4, KANTAPADA ARG-3, NARAJ-3, ALIPINGAL-3, BALIPATNA ARG-3, KAKATPUR-3, JHUMPURA-3, KUJANGA ARG-3; EAST UTTAR PRADESH: KAISERGANJ-6, BHINGA HMO-5, BAHRAICH-4, NANPARA-3, NIGHASAN-3; WEST UTTAR PRADESH: KIRAWALI-3, AGRA-1, IGLAS-1, MORADABAD-1, PILIBHIT-1, RAMPUR-1; UTTARAKHAND: HALDWANI-3, PITHORAGARH-3; HARYANA, CHANDIGARH & DELHI: DADRI-4, PALWAL-2, NARNAUL-2,; HIMACHAL PRADESH: DEHRA GOPIPUR-4, MEHRE-2, SUJANPUR TIRA-2, JAMMU & KASHMIR: BATOTE-2, EAST RAJASTHAN: JHUNJHUNU-9, PILANI-9, BHARATPUR-2, RAMGARH-2, ; MARATHAWADA: UDGIR-4, AUSA-1; CHHATTISGARH: RAIPUR-1; TELANGANA: HYDERABAD A.P-2, NARAYANKHED-2, MARPALLE-2, GOLKONDA-2, DAMARAGIDDA- 2; TAMILNADU & PUDUCHERRY: SURULACODE-1; NORTH INTERIOR KARNATAKA: HUNGUND-5; TALIKOTE-3, AFZALPUR-3; DEVARHIPPARGI-2, KALABURGI-2, CHITTAPUR-2, SEDAM-2.
    08 APRIL 2018: ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS: CARNICOBAR-4; ASSAM & MEGHALAYA: GOALPARA(CWC)-7, GOALPARA-7; SUB-HIMALAYAN WEST BENGAL & SIKKIM: MAZITAR-3; GANGETIC WEST BENGAL: KRISHNANAGAR-5, BANKURA-4, DIGHA-3,; ODISHA: SIMILIGUDA AWS-7, BETANATI ARG-6; JHARKHAND: SARATH-9, MOHANPUR-5, TUNDI-4, MADHUPUR-3,; EAST UTTAR PRADESH: ALLAHABAD-3; UTTARAKHAND: GARUD-2, MUKTESHWAR-2, KAPKOT-2, BAGESHWAR-2, JAKHOLI-1, ALMORA-1, MUSSOORIE-1, MUNSIYARI-1, KEERTINAGAR-1, CHAMOLI-1, RUDRAPRAYAG-1, TEHRI-1, GANGOLIHAT-1; HIMACHAL PRADESH: SARKAGHAT-6, BHARARI-4, AGHAR-3, BAIJNATH-2, .BIJAHI-1, JHANJEHLI-1, MANDI-1, DHARAMSHALA-1; EAST MADHYA PRADESH: NOWGONG-2, KHAJURAHO AERO-1; KONKAN & GOA: GOA (DABOLIM)-1; MADHYA MAHARSHTRA: KAGAL-3; MARATHAWADA: CHAKUR-1; COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH: MANDASA-3, KUKUNOOR-3, SEETHANAGARAM-3, VEPADA-3, GANTYADA-3,; TELANGANA: UTNUR-6, VICARABAD-6, PALAKURTHI-5, DOMAKONDA-4, RAMANNAPETA-4, JULAPALLE-4, CHEVELLA-4,; TAMILNADU & PUDUCHERRY: PECHIPARAI-3, SANKARANKOIL-3, AYIKUDI-3, THENKASI-1, KUZHITHURAI-1; NORTH INTERIOR KARNATAKA: SANKESHWAR-1, CHINCHOLI-, SAIDAPUR-1; KERALA: ARYANKAVU-4.
    09 APRIL 2018: ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS: MAYABUNDAR­5, HUT BAY­4; NAGALAND, MANIPUR, MIZORAM & TRIPURA: KAILASHAHAR-3; SUB-HIMALAYAN WEST BENGAL & SIKKIM: BAGDOGRA-3, NAGRAKATA­3, GANGTOK-2,; ODISHA: MUNIGUDA ARG-3; BIHAR: FORBESGANJ-3; WEST UTTAR PRADESH: BAREILLY-2; UTTARAKHAND: HALDWANI-3,; HARYANA, CHANDIGARH & DELHI: DUBWALI-5, NILOKHERI-3; PUNJAB: KHARAR-2, MALAKPUR-2; HIMACHAL PRADESH: BHORANJ-4, DHARAMPUR-4, KANDAGHAT-3, KOTKHAI-3; JAMMU & KASHMIR: BANDIPORA-4, GULMARG-3, KUPWARA-3, , WEST MADHYA PRADESH: ASHOKNAGAR-1; COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH: BAPATLA-4, AMALAPURAM-2; TELANGANA: DORNAKAL-2, BAYYARAM-2, GARLA-2, GUDURWRGL-1, HANAMKONDA-1, GUNDALA-1, HAKIMPET IAF-1; TAMILNADU & PUDUCHERRY: PULLAMBADI-5, MANIMUTHARU-4, AMBASAMUDRAM-4; COASTAL KARNATAKA: SUBRAHMANYA-4.
    10 APRIL 2018: ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS: CARNICOBAR-6, CARNICOBAR(IAF)-3, ARUNACHAL PRADESH: M.C. ITANAGAR-2, BHALUKPONG-2, KOLORIANG-2; ASSAM & MEGHALAYA: LAKHIPUR-7, B P GHAT-6, KARIMGANJ-5, SHILLONG-5, SILCHAR-4; SUB-HIMALAYAN WEST BENGAL & SIKKIM: MAZITAR-2; KALIMPONG-2; GANGETIC WEST BENGAL: PANAGARH-6, KOLKATA (ALIPORE)-3, KRISHNANAGAR-3, BURDWAN-3, ASANSOL-3, SRINIKETAN-3; ODISHA: JENAPUR-5, ANANDPUR-5, BHADRAK AWS-5, R.UDAIGIRI-4, KASHINAGAR-4, BHUBAN ARG-4, SORADA-4, JAJPUR-4, SUKINDA-4, CHANDIKHOL ARG-4, PHIRINGIA ARG-4, MAHENDRAGARH-4; JHARKHAND: SARATH-3, MADHUPUR-3; WEST UTTAR PRADESH: MORADABAD-5; UTTARAKHAND: JOLLY GRANT- 3, RISHIKESH-3; HIMACHAL PRADESH: PAONTA SAHIB-3,; JAMMU & KASHMIR: BANDIPORA-3, GULMARG R.S.-3, EAST RAJASTHAN: PILANI-4; COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH: VISAKHAPATNAM-4; TELANGANA: GANDEED-3, DOMA-2, KONDURG-2; TAMILNADU & PUDUCHERRY: NAGAPATTINAM-6, TONDI-3, PERIYAKULAM-3;KERALA: KOTTAYAM 3, LAKSHADWEEP: AMINI 2.
11 APRIL 2018: ARUNACHAL PRADESH: TUTING-4; ASSAM & MEGHALAYA: TEZPUR-4, DHUBRI-3, BORPATHAR-3, GOSSAIGAON-3, WILLIAMNAGAR-3; NAGALAND ,MANIPUR, MIZORAM & TRIPURA: KHOWAI-2; SUB-HIMALAYAN WEST BENGAL & SIKKIM: MATHABHANGA DINHATA­7, JALPAIGURI­6; NH31­5; GANGETIC WEST BENGAL: BANKURA­4; ODISHA: CHANDIKHOL ARG-7, MOHANA-6, BARMUL-4; BIHAR: BHAGALPUR­2; WEST UTTAR PRADESH: SAFIPUR-2, BIJNOR-2, DEOBAND-2; UTTARAKHAND: CHAMOLI-3, TEHRI-3;.HARYANA, CHANDIGARH & DELHI: RADAUR 3; PUNJAB: MOGA AWS-3, NANGAL-3; HIMACHAL PRADESH; GOHAR-5, MANALI-3, SALOONI-3, UNA-3, SUJANPUR TIHRA-3, HAMIRPUR-3, SEOBAGH-3, DALHOUSIE-3; JAMMU & KASHMIR: GULMARG-4, BATOTE-3, BADERWAH-3; MARATHAWADA: MUDKHED-3; COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH: KURUPAM-7, KOMARADA-5; .TAMILNADU & PUDUCHERRY: KANYAKUMARI-4, COONOOR PTO-4; COASTAL KRANATAKA: SUBRAHMANYA-2, JAGALBET-2;; KERALA: ALUVA-6, KOZHA- 4, ALAPPUZHA-3, CHERTHALA-3, C.I.A.L KOCHI-3, KUMARAKOM-3, MYLADUMPARA-AGRI-3.

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