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Weather of Nagpur

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Johnathan Rhee

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Impact of the landmass in Nagpur The land mass near the city of Nagpur is that it has a lot of plants and trees. Nagpur is the second greenest city in India. Also recently have been ranked as the cleanest city in India. Five day weather Forecast in Nagpur Clothing In Trivandrum Climate description Impact of the land mass in Trivandrum Research Also known for their delicious curry. India is the 7th largest country in the world. We shall now present you a boring presentation about weather in India. Climate Description Fronts in Nagpur Air Pressure in Nagpur



Feels Like: 79°

Wind Chill: 77°

Heat Index: 79° Visibility: 4mi

Dew Point: 64° Wind: 0mph

Humidity: 65% Direction: NA NA

Pressure: 30.03" Gusts: NA India's total land mass is 2,973,190 square kilometers and it is divided into three main regions: the Indo-Gangetic Plain, the Himalayas, and the Peninsula region. It affects the land mass in Nagpur because there is a mountain and it has a river so there might be a flood once in a while Impact of the land mass Link Precipitation Winds Jan Pleasant January offers cool and pleasant atmosphere. Most part of this month has beautiful sunshine with comfortable temperatures. This time is perfect for sightseeing and enjoying water sports, sunbathing and swimming. Winds Feb Pleasant The weather remains pleasant and comfortable in this month. Nights are comparatively cooler than daytime. Maximum days of this month are accompanied by bright beautiful sunshine. It is one of the best months to visit the place and enjoy sighting and other beach activities like swimming, sunbathing and water sports. Mar Moderately Hot Temperature starts to raise a little as March enters but the climate is within comfort range. Sunny days with lots of clear skies. The atmosphere becomes a bit humid and dry. It may not be the best season for visit, but this period is still ideal for taking up beach activities and sightseeing. www.weatheronline.co.uk April (Moderately Hot) The climate becomes a bit warm and dry during this period. Days are warm and humid with lots of clear skies. The sun shines out brightly in most days. If you are planning to visit this month then cotton clothes and sun protection creams are recommended. May (Very Hot) May offers bright sunny weather and the temperature is moderate during this month. Scanty rainfall during this time aggravates humidity which makes it a bit uncomfortable to travel. This season is often tagged as not the best time for visits, but if you are planning then light cotton clothing and sun protection creams are preferable. June (Rainy) The south-west monsoon sets in by June accompanying lot of rains in Trivandrum. Most days of the month occurs rainfall and the place becomes very humid. On a plus side, temperature lowers due to rains and becomes quite comfortable. This time is recommended for those who like rains. Holidaying within the resorts with ayurvedic treatments is enjoyable during monsoon. Even resorts and tour packages offer discounted rates in rainy season. July Rainy This month is associated with lots of rains and sometimes thunderstorms also occur. Most part of July has rainfalls with high level of humidity. It is one of the wettest months of the year and this month is tagged as not the best time for visit. However, this time is enjoyable within the resorts. One can also get off-season rates on resorts and tour packages during monsoon. August (Rainy) Monsoon season continues but this month does not have heavy rainfalls as compared to June and July months. Medium rainfalls occur in this month accompanying high level of humidity making it a little uncomfortable. However, the temperature becomes comfortable and those who like rainy season can have enjoyable vacations. Being off-season month, resorts/hotels rates are lower when compared to peak months. It is also the season of Onam festival. September (Pleasant) The actual heavy showers must have already gone by this month. However, intermittent rainfalls occur and the place becomes very humid making it a little uncomfortable. On the plus side, temperatures fall down and weather becomes quite pleasant. It may not be the best month but tourists can still enjoy outings. October (Pleasant) The climate becomes moderate and pleasing in October months. However, north-east monsoon starts from the end month which accompanies heavy rainfalls. This time is ideal for enjoying ayurvedic treatments in Trivandrum. Besides, local sighting can also be done. November (Pleasant) It is one of the best months to visit Trivandrum. Weather is pleasing and favorable for all types of tourist activities. Sightseeing and water sports/activities can be best enjoyed during this month. Sometimes rainfall may occur due to north-east monsoon but completely fades by end month. December (Pleasant) This month has pleasing and glorious days with lots of beautiful sunshine. The temperatures become very comfortable which makes it perfect time to enjoy sightseeing, leisure activities, water sports and enjoying at the beach. Daily Averages & Records - °F | °C

Date Average

Low Average

High Record

Low Record

High Average

Precipitation Average


Oct 1 71.2° 91.1° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 2 71° 91.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 3 70.8° 91.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 4 70.6° 91.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 5 70.4° 91.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 6 70.1° 91.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 7 69.9° 91.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 8 69.7° 91.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 9 69.5° 91.1° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 10 69.2° 91.1° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 11 69° 91.1° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 12 68.7° 91° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 13 68.5° 91° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 14 68.3° 90.9° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 15 68° 90.9° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 16 67.7° 90.8° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 17 67.5° 90.7° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 18 67.2° 90.6° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 19 67° 90.5° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 20 66.7° 90.4° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 21 66.4° 90.3° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 22 66.2° 90.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 23 65.9° 90.1° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 24 65.6° 90° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 25 65.3° 89.9° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 26 65.1° 89.7° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 27 64.8° 89.6° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 28 64.5° 89.5° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 29 64.2° 89.3° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 30 64° 89.2° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA

Oct 31 63.7° 89.1° NA (N/A) NA (N/A) 0.1" NA Pattern Change Monthly Weather Chart Jet Stream This is a Sari 5 Day Forecast in Trivandrum 87 88 86 87 87 78 78 78 78 78 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Because of its proximity to the sea, the climate is very tropical. Trivandrum does not experience distinct seasons. The mean maximum temperature 34 °C and the mean minimum temperature is 21 °C. The humidity is high and rises to about 90% during the monsoon season. Thiruvananthapuram is the first city along the path of the south-west monsoons and gets its first showers in early June. The city gets heavy rainfall of around 1700 mm per year. If you don't want to wear a sari, you can wear anything else that's casual, comfy and easy. you could wear a tank top, a t-shirt, or even a blouse would be fine. For pants, you can wear tights, shorts or capris.
For the cold times in Trivandrum, you will either need to wear layers of clothes, or heavy clothes. Even though it is a coastal city, the winter's are incredibly harsh. Wear boots, gloves, a scarf, a hat, a coat or two, and wear the warmest pair of pants you have. During the hot or humid times in Trivandrum, you can wear a sari. Thiruvananthatpuram is the official name of this south-west coastal area. This rather hot city is known for it's high rates of humidity. Trivandrum has many forests, rivers, and cliffs and covers about 74 sq km of land. x Thursday 25
5 % precip Friday 26
10 % precip Saturday 27
4 % precip Sunday 28 33°/17°
1 % precip Monday 29
0 % precip Clothing in Nagpur Short clothes such as T-shirts and shorts would be appropriate for Nagpur's climate. Bodies of water near Nagpur * The Nag River * Gorewada Lake As a result, Trivandrum is sometimes very, very humid due to the oceans. It has very many pleasant months, and some rainy months ... It is proven that most coastal areas experience warmer temperatures than inland areas. Also due to the fact that it's near to the equator and that the large bodies of water affects the city's temperature by trapping the heat and transporting the stored heat in it's water vapor, causing the humidity. The Arabian Sea and
the Indian Ocean. reference: A monsoon is a seasonal change in the direction of the prevailing, or strongest, winds of a region These are the two main bodies of water near Trivandrum. The two main bodies of water near Trivandrum are... Possible impact of the body of water Nag river - The river can flood by precipitation and flow over Nagpur. Gorewada Lake - The dam that holds this lake can break and also flow over Nagpur. For the cool season: The cool ocean temperatures along and just off the coast usually range from the mid 50s in the north and lower to middle 60s day and night. The airmass along the immediate coast at night will cool to at least nearly the same temperature of the water surface temperature. However, if you move farther away the strong influences of the ocean, you will experience colder low temperatures as heat will escape due to radiational cooling during those long winter nights. This fact is important because in most cases, by sunrise, the water and the air just above the water will likely be at least slightly warmer than the immediate surrounding enviroment. With slightly warmer temperature at the low level, you will start the morning with a slightly unstable air mass along the coast. This will keep the air mixed and will likely prevent the coastal inversion from forming. In other words, the mixing will prevent the low clouds and coastal fog from forming. After sunrise, the surface heating from the sun will keep the air mixed along the coast and will likely keep the skies mainly fair for most of the day.

However, the inland areas will have little or no influence of the ocean temperature so it will cool to a much lower temperature to start the day. This cooler low temperature can result in the formation of fog and low clouds during the early morning hours. If this occurs, it will take time to burn off this fog and low clouds. This would limit the amount of daytime sunshine. With less sunshine, the inland areas will likely not warm up as much as the coastal areas.

For the warm season: The cold waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean and the strong upper high pressure that dominate the weather along the west coast. This will usually result in the development of a layer of marine air as the cooler ocean temperature will produce a very stable layer above the ocean surface.

Unless there is an offshore flow, this marine air layer is usually between 1000 to 2500 thick in height (above sea level). The top boundary of this marine layer exist a temperature inversion. Since the water temperature during the warm season will remain in the upper 50s to 60s, the marine layer is very stable and very moist. As a result, the top of this marine layer you will find a layer of thick stratus clouds. During most of the warm season, this layer will move slightly inland with the sea breeze and will stay for most of the day. Sometime it will "burn off" in the early afternoon and sometime it will stay cool and overcast all day. If it stay overcast, the coastal high temperatures will most likely remain in the 60s. If they get some afternoon sunshine, it will be in the lower to mid 70s. If it is an offshore flow, it will be sunny and temperature can climb into 80s or 90s.

In the inland areas, the you will just bake under the summer sun. So the highs will range from the 80s to around the century mark...unless you are lucky to get a sea breeze moving far inland during the day.
5 years ago Report Abuse Don't make Mrs. Callahan cry too . . . The landmass affects Trivandrum's climate. For an example, the cliffs are a bit colder because the air becomes less dense and holds less heat as you climb higher. It is because of it's climate factor, altitude. In addition, their forests hold many trees, and trees serves a crucial role in the water cycle by returning water vapor back into the atmosphere, trees keep forest moist by blocking the sun, and most importantly- trees absorb the greenhouse gases that fuel global warming. Low Front High Front High Air Pressure Low Air Pressure I Recommend you to wear some kind of these clothes Boy Girl Note: Deforestation is an important factor in global climate change. Climate change is because of a build up of carbon dioxide in out atmosphere and if we carry on cutting down the main tool we have to diminish this CO2 build up, we can expect the climate of our planet to change dramatically over the next decades.
Deforestation and land use change contribute approximately 20 to 25 percent of the carbon emissions that cause climate change. In addition, more than 1 billion people living in extreme poverty depend on these forests for water, fuel, and livelihoods. Deforestation devastates the lives of people who are poor. This was created by Johnathan Rhee, Thomas Lin, Marcia, and Haram Kim
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