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Anticylone

by Gp Capt (Dr) B Nandi 1. Introduction We start by introducing the basic wind in meteorology known as geostrophic wind and then by introducing anticyclonic curvature we like to explore various properties of an anticyclone. Next step will be to go over the genesis of different types of anticyclone, gradually. 2. Geostrophic Wind Where…

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VORTICITY & WEATHER

By Gp Capt (Dr) B Nandi 1. Vorticity and its relationship with divergence is best understood by Vorticity equation.one can refer any text book on Dynamic Meteorology. In cartesian coordinate (x,y,z) can be written as follows η denotes absolute vorticity. ζ denoes relative vorticity. f is the coriolos parameter. u,v and w are the component…

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Rajahmundry Fog

By Gp Capt (Dr) B Nandi 1.Rajahmundry is another place when morning poor visibility is common during winter. to understand occurrences we need to see the topography first. 2.Rajahmundry airport is situated East of Godavari river by about 6-7km distance and about 60 km West of Bay of Bengal. These are two major sources of…

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Strong wind at Leh explained

By Gp Capt (Dr) B Nandi Leh is situated in Indus valley in Ladhak, a difficult terrain to access by road. Though there are two highways one from Srinagar and other from Manali. Air way is boon for Leh. Kushok Bakula Rinpoche Airport is a public use airport located 2 km southwest of Leh, a…

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