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  • use them for research purposes Users have to take care while using them Commercial use of these products is strictly prohibited In no event C DAC will be liable for any damage whatsoever whether direct indirect consequential or special which

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    Number Address Select Parameter Daily Rainfall Hourly Rainfall Maximum Temperature Minimum Temperature Mean Sea Level Pressure Relative Vorticity Divergence Temperature Dew Point Temperature Eqv Potential Temperature Winds Relative Humidity Maximum Reflectivity Stability Indices Surface 925 hPa 850 hPa 700 hPa

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  • if air contains maximum amount of moisture it can hold at that temperature then the air is called saturated and the relative humidity is 100 The Dew point temperature is that temperature to which air has to be cooled so that the air becomes just saturated Of course there should be no change in atmospheric pressure At 100 relative humidity the dew point temperature and real temperature are the same and clouds or fog can begin to form Equivalent Potential Temperature Equivalent Potential Temperature is commonly referred to as a quantity related to the stability of a column of air in the atmosphere When a column of air is colder than its environment it is generally denser and cannot go up Such a condition is called Stable condition On the contrary when the temperature of a column of air is warmer than its environment it is lighter than its environment and can go up Such a condition is called Instability When the column of air and its environment are having the same temperature then the atmosphere is said to be in Neutral condition Fog occurs in Stable atmospheric condition In the stable atmospheric condition near the ground Pollutants get trapped near the ground and can cause health problem Normally during the early morning hours before the Sun rise and after the Sun set particularly in the Winter season stability prevails For stability the equivalent potential temperature must increase with height Instability causes development of thunder clouds Most of the bad weathers conditions are due to Instability of the atmosphere The Equivalent Potential decreases with height in unstable atmosphere Wind Speed Direction Wind speed is the measure motion of the air with respect to the surface of the earth covering a unit distance over a unit time Wind direction is an indicator of the direction that the wind is coming from For example a northerly wind is coming from the north and blowing toward the south Wind is bulk movement of air Winds are often referred to according to their strength and the direction from which it is blowing Very strong wind is associated with Thunderstorms Cyclones and Depressions etc Very light winds and stable atmospheric conditions are conducive for the formation of Fog Winds blow in both horizontal and vertical direction The speed of the horizontal component of wind is normally more than 100 times than that of the vertical component of wind The horizontal wind speed is normally a few meters per second whereas the vertical wind speed is only a few centimeter per second But the vertical component of wind is very important for the development of weather systems like thunderstorms cyclones etc Strong upward winds cause the development of such systems Relative humidity The amount of water vapor in the air at any given time is usually less than that required to saturate the air Relative humidity is a term used to describe the amount of water vapor that exists in a gaseous mixture of air and

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