NASA team all set to improve perilous weather forecasts!

NASA team all set to improve perilous weather forecasts!

With this method, they can identify where severe winds, hail or tornadoes are more likely to occur within storm clouds.

Cold winters return back to North India

North India has again got colder. There are chances of rainfall in some days according to the weather forecast.

North India to face more chilled Winters: Weather Forecast Department

The Weather Forecast Department has warned North India for more chilled winters due to heavy snowfall in the mountains.

Rahul Gandhi visits flood-hit Puducherry, says there should be no politics on calamity

The met department has predicted heavy rains across coastal Tamil Nadu and Puducherry on Tuesday.



Remote-controlled NASA aircraft set to track hurricanes

Remote-controlled NASA aircraft set to track hurricanes

In a first, a unique remotely piloted aircraft from NASA is set to take off this week to improve track and intensity forecasts of hurricanes as part of the new generation weather forecast observations tools.

High tide in Mumbai relaxes

High tide in Mumbai relaxes and it brings an ease in the lives of the people.

Heavy snowfall shuts down Jammu-Srinagar highway

The Jammu-Srinagar highway has been shut due to heavy snowfall and landslides in the Lasri, Chandrakot, Seri, Ramsu and Panthial areas of Jammu and Kashmir.

Heavy rainfall alert in North East

The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) today sounded an alert in Meghalaya and neighbouring states in the northeastern region that heavy to very heavy rainfall would occur at isolated places in these states.

Rugby Championship: Salta weather forecast lifts Pumas, Springboks

Argentina and South Africa have been cheered by the weather forecast as they prepare for a Rugby Championship second-round match in provincial city Salta Saturday.

Mercury likely to touch 46 degrees in Delhi

The national capital will continue to face the blistering heat Tuesday with the minimum temperature recorded two notches above the season`s average at 30.1 degrees Celsius. The Met Office has forecast a clear day ahead.

Pleasant morning in Delhi, rain likely

It was a cloudy, pleasant Wednesday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature settling at 18.3 degrees Celsius, a notch above average.

New smartphone app could help forecast storms

Researchers have developed a new app that lets users send pressure measurements to scientists which may help predict storms.

Hot, sweltering Thursday for Delhi

Delhiites woke up to another hot morning Thursday with the minimum temperature settling two notches above the average for the season at 30.4 degrees Celsius. The met department forecasts a cloudy, hot day.

Hot Tuesday ahead for Delhi

A hot day lies ahead for Delhi Tuesday, with the maximum temperature likely to hover around 42 degrees Celsius, India Meteorological Department said.

Hot day in Delhi, rain likely

The week began on a scorching note for the capital Monday with the minimum temperature settling three notches above average at 31.2 degrees Celsius.

Sweltering morning for Delhi, rain likely

A sweltering morning for the capital on Sunday with the minimum temperature settling at 33.3 degrees Celsius. However the weather office has forecast respite with rains later in the day.

Hot day ahead for Delhi

Min temp settled at 33.3 degrees Celsius in Delhi,6 notches above average for the season. Weather office has forecast a scorching day ahead.

Sweltering day for Delhi

Min temp settled 2 notches above average for season at 297 degrees Celsius while max temp will shoot up to 43 degrees Celsius in Delhi,IMD forecasted.

Better weather forecast in Kashmir from today

After hailstorms and gusty winds at some places Sunday, the weather office here forecast improvement in the weather across the Kashmir Valley Monday.

Indian weather forecast following Indonesian quake

Tsunami watch has been lifted but people remain curious about what’s in store for them in coming days. Here are the weather predictions for India.