Here is how forecast of extreme rainfall events can be improved
By adding quantitative precipitation forecasting to IMD forecasts, there can be more reliable extreme event forecasts
India most vulnerable to climate change
More than 22 million Indians were affected by extreme weather events in 2017, making the country most open to the cliamte attack
In photos: Australia hit by once-in-a-century floods
Northeastern state Queensland's situation may worsen as unprecedented rainfall continues
'Africa should not be a dumping ground for cheap technologies'
Africa has only 1,152 weather stations; most of which are in dilapidated condition. Adequate infrastructure and quality data is needed to …
54% of Africa’s surface weather stations can't capture data properly
With extreme weather events becoming the new normal, forecasting has become more important than ever. It's time African nations invest in …
New farming technique helps resist flood and drought in Gorakhpur
Farmers in Gorakhpur have re-learnt the art to adapt to erratic weather conditions through multi-crop farming
2016: a year of growing dissent
This year, more than ever before, has been tumultuous, both in terms of economic politics and nature’s art
Landmark human rights case against 47 'carbon majors'
Petitioners in the Philippines have asked its human rights panel to investigate the role of carbon majors in causing climate change which has …
Will the monsoon reach Kerala on time?
Citizens baffled as weather forecasters are divided over monsoon’s onset dates
E-agriculture can drive rural development, boost agriculture
Information and communication technologies can help boost agricultural development by improving farmers’ access to vital information
IMD partners with premier institutes to forecast fog more accurately
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology and India Meteorological Department have jointly started a project this year to monitor fog
Prevailing El Niño can hit 4.7 million people in the Pacific Islands
The advisory states that less rainfall is affecting agriculture in several countries of the Asia-Pacific region
Typhoon Koppu brings severe floods to Philippines
Till now, the slow-moving typhoon has killed two people and forced tens of thousands to flee from their homes
An environmental report checks the impact of Chinese rule over Tibet
A new cyclone prediction model will indicate the severity of a cyclone at least 12 hours in advance
When bloom spells doom
Bamboo flowering in Orissa without fresh procurement threatens to drive plant to extinction
Weathering the drought
Meteorological Department attempts to get its act together after bungling with monsoon predictions
Cloudburst in Leh
Awaiting the deluge
The question on everyone's lips is when will the monsoon commence and how extensive will it be?
India jumps to fourth place in computing capacity for weather forecasting
The super computer, Pratyush will help in major improvements in various services offered by institutions under the Ministry of Earth Sciences for …
Floods cost India Rs 4.7 lakh crore in last 6 decades
At least 90% of the Assam’s districts are flooded and more than 50,000 people are in relief camps
By allowing high-rises around an advanced weather radar in Mumbai, IMD sets a bad example for the rest of the country
How climate ready are we?
Warmer weather may not control COVID-19 resurgence, warns WMO
Government intervention important in containing the pandemic in 2021 as well, the report says
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