Friday, November 29, 2013

seasonal serenity... (pm.29.nov.13)>

Friday's stats:

Low temp: 50.9F (10.5C)
High temp: 61.0F (16.1C)
Rainfall: none

Well surprise, surprise... it is totally clear just after sunset this evening, the same scenario we've had for several days in a row now.  It has been another day of unlimited sunshine and bright blue skies, with temperatures remaining rather pleasant for this time of the year.  Humidity today was mainly in the 30-45% range.

A general west-to-east flow in the upper-atmosphere continues from the Middle East into the western and central Himalayas, with a few embedded weak disturbances, but no genuinely stormy weather anywhere to be found.  Our air mass over north India has been very stable for a long time now, and despite the ripples and wiggles aloft, we've been able to muster very little cloudiness, if any at all.  A slightly stronger disturbance will swing from northern Pakistan across Jammu & Kashmir between Sunday night and early Tuesday, but other than a potential increase in high clouds for a while during that time frame, there should be little impact for us.

The November/December transition will feature temperatures running a bit above normal for the season, but it looks like there will be some noticeable cooling on Monday and Tuesday, before temps moderate yet again toward the latter half of next week.

CURRENT FORECAST details and other info can be found on tabs at the top of the page.