IJSRP, Volume 3, Issue 5, May 2013 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
C N Tripathi, K K Singh
This study attempts to project the changes in monthly climatic variability at six locations situated in six different geographical regions of India. Changes in monthly variability in climatic parameters were calculated in terms of ratio of standard deviations from simulated daily data by Hadley Center Regional Climate Model Version 2.0 for present and 2050 climate. Increase in maximum temperature variability for both dry and wet days is most pronounced in the month of May in North, South and West India. In Central India maximum temperature variability for dry and wet days decreases in summer month (except for May) and increases in most of winter month.