Sunday, March 29, 2015

 Kashmir Rains in last 24 hrs ended 8.30 am IST Monday: Katra 139 mms, Batote 124 mms, Jammu 98 mms, Banihal 72 mms, Qazigund 70 mms, Pahalgam 58 mms, Srinagar 51 mms, Gulmarg 40 mms, 
In HP...Manali 51 mms, 


Rain in Kanyakumari for 3rd day, Tamil Nadu Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 30.03.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km a.s.l lies over Comorin -Maldives area.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Anaikadangu, Kanyakumari - 40
Nagercoil, Kanyakumari - 38
Mambazhathuraiyaru, Kanyakumari - 32
Koliporvilai, Kanyakumari - 32
Thuckalay, Kanyakumari - 27
Kulasekharam, Kanyakumari - 27
Shencottah, Tirunelveli - 26
Tiruchendur, Toothukudi - 17
Srivaikuntam, Toothukudi - 16
Eraniel, Kanyakumari - 14
Adayamadai, Kanyakumari - 13
Killiyoor, Kanyakumari - 13
Suralode, Kanyakumari - 12
Neyoor, Kanyakumari - 8
Mullankivilai, Kanyakumari - 7
Colachel, Kanyakumari - 5
Kurunthancode, Kanyakuamari -  5
Radhapuram, Tirunelveli - 5
Illayangudi, Sivaganga - 5


Its time for Live update of Maharashtra Rainfall till 10.00 pm on 29.03.2015 from Vagaries Rainman
in mm
Tathwade - 69  Amboli (Junnar) - 43  Dimbe - 29  Chinchwad - 26
Pune Lavale - 19  Pune NDA - 18  Pune Pashan - 18
Ambegaon - 14  Bhimashankar - 10  Sakoli - 9  Nigade - 9  Chilewadi - 8 Bhamaaskedha - 7
Manikodh - 6  Chaskaman - 6  Golegaon - 6  Malewadi - 5  Morshi - 5


The forecasted WD arrives, pouring 37 mms in Srinagar from 08.30 am - 8.30 pm IST on Sunday. The Sunday morning low was 6.2c, while in the day, mercury did not cross 7.6c...Max was 10c below normal

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Sunday's Rain forecasted in Vagaries come on Saturday....
From Pradeep (Vagaries Rainman)...LIVE Rainfall Update - Maharashtra getting good rains
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Its time for Live update of Maharashtra Rainfall till 10.00 pm on 28.03.2015 from Vagaries Rainman
in
Nagewadi - 46  Kumbhi - 34  Padsali - 34  Patherpunj - 23  Andhra - 22  Ranjani - 20  Dawadi - 19
Moleshwari - 19  Khamgaon - 18  Temghar - 16  Khumberi - 12  Poladapur - 8
Pratapgad - 7  Chinchwad - 7  Khandala - 6  Bhalwadi - 6  Waki - 6  Walvan - 6  Bhimashankar - 6  Bamnoli - 5  Vaibhavadi - 5  Tathwade - 5  Navaja - 5  Dhombhalkavadi - 5  Alandi - 5  Nasik - 5

Saturday Rains in Western Maharashtra...Matheran and Mahableshwar receive rains Saturday evening..
Pic of Rainfall over Matheran on Saturday evening sent by Abhijit...



and rain in Badlapur 



Waqas from Pakistan reports of Currently strong gale at Gujrat (Pakistan) with huge thunder lightning and moderate rains...
Raining in much of upper pak ...
These pics from Waqas' friend Hassan from Rawalpindi...



Answer to shridhar's Comment

Shridhar.: Initially, let us see that the ToI report on the hailstorms refers to last years events. they are referring to 2014, and say that might be the same for 2015.

But, analysing we see that this year, the ElNino event is not yet established. the parameters for the event have yet to form and may take another 30-45 days to establish an El Nino, if at all.
The map above provides NASA’s view of the conditions. It shows the ten-day average of sea surface height (centered on March 13, 2015) in the Pacific Ocean. It is based on data collected by the Ocean Surface Topography Mission/Jason 2satellite and analyzed by scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

An again, why have previous El Nino years not produced such violent hailstorms ?
I do not see any positive or definite link.....

A recent paper from National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, clarifies this to some extent. An excerpt....
Paper by
Tropical cyclones over north Indian Ocean during  El‐Niño  Modoki years
K.G. Sumesh and M.R. Ramesh Kumar
Physical Oceanography Division
National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa 403004


"The Air‐Sea interaction processes such as El‐Niño and El‐Niño modoki events have significant impacts on the
tropical cyclones over NIO. We have observed that the frequency of tropical cyclones are more (less) over
Arabian Sea (Bay of Bengal) during the El‐Niño Modoki years compared to the  El‐Niño years.  Our present
study suggests that concurrent occurring PIOD with ElNino Modoki events can significantly alter
cyclogenesis  parameters over the Arabian Sea as compared to a pure ElNino Modoki year .The convective
phase of the Madden Julian Oscillation also plays a significant role in the cyclogenesis over the north
Indian Ocean. Our present study suggests that the cyclogenesis formation over the north Indian Ocean is a
complex phenomena, as it influenced  by several coupled ocean atmospheric phenomena such as ElNino,
ElNino Modki, Indian Ocean Dipole and Madden Julian Oscillation."


Rains are back in Kashmir, ending 8.30 am on 29.03.2014

Western Disturbance (W.D) as a trough aloft in upper & mid tropospheric westerlies, runs roughly along Longitude 66.0°E and north of Latitude 23.0°N. Under the influence of WD, an induced low pressure area has formed over central parts of Pakistan & adjoining West Rajasthan with associated cyclonic circulation extends upto 0.9 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kupwara 58
Gulmarg - 52
Baramullah - 51
Pahalgam - 47
Srinagar IAF - 45
Srinagar - 44
Rambagh - 44
Katra - 35
MAlangapura - 32
Zainapora - 27
Banihal - 25
Quazigund - 22
Anatnag - 21
Kulgam - 21
Kukernag - 21
Batote - 14
Jammu - 13
Govindapura - 11

Bordoichila pounds Assam for 2nd day, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 28.03.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Jharkhand & adjoining Bihar now seen as a trough from East Bihar to South Chattisgarh and extends up to 1.5 km above mean sea level.

in mm

Dhubri - 65
Kajalgaon - 39
Chamata - 38
Goalpara - 36
Guwahati AP - 30
Dudhnoi - 26
Baihata Chariali - 24
Nalbari - 19
Rangia - 19
Gossaigaon - 18 
Mushalpuar - 16
Jorhat - 16
Borkhetri - 16
Srijangram - 16
Raha - 14
Patharughat - 12
Dibrugarh AP - 11
Barepta - 11
Naharkatia
Kokrajhar - 9 
Golghat - 8
Laharighat - 7
Marghertia - 7
Dibrugarh - 7
Kakopather - 5
Udalguri - 5
Tamalpur - 5
Nazira - 5
Bakojan - 5
 

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Posted Thursday evening for the Weekend 27th - 29th March..

Mild wet spell again for North Interior Konkan on Sunday......Showers in Interiors of Konkan and Goa on Sunday. Interior regions in North Konkan like Pen, Roha and Kalyan can get showers on Sunday evening. 
Showers likely in Nasik, Aurangabad and Akola Districts on Sunday evening.

Saurashtra regions get some scattered showers on Sunday.
Surat will be around 39/40c this weekend. Cloudy Sunday.

WD announces arrival over Northern Sub Continent on Sunday 29th March...Thunderstorms  with hail would occur at some places over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh &
Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and North Rajasthan.

Mithi, Turbat and Chorre in Pakistan are likely to be around 42/43c next 2 days (Friday/Saturday). Karachi will be hot on frday at 40c, only to be lower on Saturday and Sunday by a couple of degrees.

Mumbai: Enough of the "loo" and "inland type heat"...Friday and Saturday: Partly cloudy with day temperatures around 34c. South to SW winds dominate in the evening. Warm nights.
Sunday. Partly cloudy getting cloudy in the day. Light drizzles in parts of city by evening. Warm and stuffy at night.
Eastern Outer Townships of Panvel and Badlapur too can experience light rains on Sunday evening. Warm in the weekend at 35/36c.

Pune: Friday and Saturday will be partly cloudy, mostly high clouds. Thundery developments possible on Friday. Days will be warm/hot at 38/39c.
Sunday will get cloudy by evening. Some showers in may parts of Pune by Sunady evening. Around 3-5 mms in regions where it  rains. Cooler Sunday at 33/34c.
Weekend holiday in Lonavala and Mahableshwar will be pleasant with showers on Sunday evening.

New Delhi: Getting very hot, with the mercury touching 36c this weekend. The NCR will have to wait till Sunday Night/Monday for some releif showers.Next week surely gets better for Delhi, as the days will hover around 32/33c.

Bangalore: Friday and Saturday will be warm/hot at 33/34c. Some thundery developments around vicinity possible on Sunday evening. Sunday may be hot at 35/36c.

Kolkata: After a hot Friday, ( 35c) chances of a thndershwer in some parts on Saturday evening. Sunday will see athundershower cooling down the city to 33c.


Rains are back in South Tamil Nadu, ending 8.30 am on 28.03.2015

An upper air cyclonic circulation lies over south Tamilnadu & adjoining Comorin area and extends upto 1.5 km above mean sea level. A trough from this system extend upto south Madhya Maharashtra across Interior Karnataka.

in mm (min  5 mm)

Satankulam, Thoothukudi - 40
Kalakad, Tirunelveli - 30
Kodumudiyar, Tirunelveli - 29
Killiyoor, Kanyakumari - 21
Neyoor, Kanyakumari - 18
Eraniel, Kanyakumari - 13
Nanguneri, Tirunelveli - 13
Tiruchendur, Thoothukudi - 13
Colachel, Kanyakumari  - 11
Thuckalay, Kanykumari - 9
Sri Vaikundam, Thoothukudi - 8
Kurunthancode, Kanyakumari - 7
Radhapuram, Tirunelveli  - 6
Thoothukudi, Thoothukudi - 5
Ambasamudram, Tirunelveli  - 5
Upper Kodayar, Kanaykumari - 5
Thoothukudi Port, Thoothukudi - 5

Kalbaishakhi Season starts in West Bengal and Bordoichila Season starts in Assam, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 27.03.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Jharkhand & neighbourhood now lies over Jharkhand & adjoining Bihar and extending up to 0.9 km above mean sea level.

in mm

Assam

Golaghat CWC - 70
Golaghat - 60
Dhubri - 53
Miao(ARG) &
Barpeta - 40
Dhollabazar - 24
Kokrajhar - 23
Nalbari - 11
Borkhetri - 10
Baihata Chariali - 6
Kajalgaon - 5
Rangia - 5
Margherita - 5

West Bengal

Pedong ­ - 62
CoochBehar - 49
Toofanganj - 34
Alipurduar ­ 34
Chopra - 26
Jalpaiguri - 16
Malbazar - 11
Kalimpong Agro - 5

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Mumbai Santa Cruz records 40.8c on Wednesday, 25th March 2015. Not the hottest ever for March though, the Hottest March was on 28th in 1956, when the Suburbs saw 41.7c.

The highest ever for Santacruz was 42.2c in April 1952 (See Records for Colaba and other records here) .

Abhijit sends this:
Some max temp below from the region for today dated 25-03-2015 :
Thane IMD AWS 42.8°C so had 2nd consecutive day with 40+ temp !!
Palghar 42.5°C
Karjat 42.4°C so had 5th consecutive day with 40+ temp !!
Thane(अमेय स्वार measured) 41.9°C
Badlapur 41.8°C so had 2nd consecutive day with 40+ temp !!
Kanjurmarg(Mumbai) 41.5°C
BKC(Mumbai) 41.3°C
Santacruz IMD official (Mumbai) 40.8°C
Borivali(Mumbai) 40.0°C
Mahape(Navi Mumbai) 39.7°C
Vagaries(Mumbai) 38.0°C
Murud 37.9°C

Updates on Weather and Details wil be published on Thursday..Author was away.
With vagarian Atul Naik at IMD Panaji...


Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Day of the 40s in Gujarat...21st March 2015:
Maximum Temperature today 21st March 2015
Surendranagar 40.3 C 
Bhuj 40.2 C 
Mahuva 40.2 C
Vadodara & Gandhinagar 40.0 C.

Maharashtra:
Pune touched 37.1c as expected, and Mumbai was 35.3c, while Aurangabad recorded 36.4c.
Hottest in Maharashtra was Solapur recording a scorching 39.8c.

Bangalore was 34.4c, while Hyderabad was the forecasted 37.6c.

Chorr in Pakistan reached 40.2c on Saturday 21st, and Karachi was 34.5c.

Cuddapah touches 40c on 19th March...!

Special Information.. Some city temp anomalies of previous 30 days (Mid Feb - Mid Mar)....See Below
Outlook till Weekend ( For India & Pakistan)...with City forecasts  ...

Posted Wednesday 18th Night 11 pm IST:

Next few days we see dry weather prevailing in the Indian Sub Continent. Day temperatures start heating up, and will tend to range between 37-39c in the pink shaded regions.. 



The heating trend will start from Thursday 19th in Eastern Vidarbh and adjoining regions of Telengana. Initila heating also starts in Parts of North Gujarat and Saurashtra. 

The rains start in Balochistan and parts of Central Sindh (West) on 21st March. Instability is created on the region as lower level Easterlies cause a wind shear due to upper level 
Westerlies.(First mentioned in posting of 12th March on this blog).
On 23rd, we see M-4 moving into North Pakistan. 24th, and it gathers over North Pakistan and moves into Kashmir. And 25th/26th....gathers enough strength to precipitate good 
amounts in North and NW India...and Central Sindh and Rajasthan... more of that later.
M-5 on 29th ...!!

Forecast till Sunday 22nd March.

Mumbai: Almost clear, with some high clouds next few days. Days will be around 36/37c till Sunday. Evening North winds will result in pleasant minimum temperatures till Friday. 

Subsequently, we see the humidity and night temperatures rising marginally. 

Pune: Slight clouds. The days will be around 35c till Friday, and weekend we see days getting hotter to 37/38c.

Aurangabad: Almost clear skies and warm. Days around 35c, but getting to 36c by Sunday.

Delhi NCR: Almost clear, and warming  trend. Maximum days temperatures to cross 30c from Friday 20th. Next spell of rains around 24th/25th. 

Kolkata: Warm, getting hot by the weekend. Currently around 33c, but gets hotter by weekend. Would expect the day to touch 36 or 37c by Sunday.

Goa: Will be sunny and warm. This weekend, the day may touch 35/36c, which would be normally high for Goa.

Bangalore: Warm and clear. Days around 35c, maybe rising to 36c on Sunday.

Karachi: Getting steadily warm. Risng from 33c on Friday to reach 37c by Sunday.

Hyderabad (Sindh): Also getting warmer. Rising from 36c on Friday to reach 39c by sunday.

Gujrat (Pakistan): Partly cloudy skies. Days pleasant at 25c, but rising by the weekend. Likely to touch 30c by Sunday.

Some Cities...how the temps were last 1 month (from mid Feb - mid Mar)







Sunday, March 15, 2015

Pics of Udaipur and Nagpur Hailstorm on InterActive Page..


Tirunelveli continues to get rains, Tamil Nadu Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 17.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala now lies over southeast Arabian sea and adjoining Lakshadweep area.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Lower Papanasam, Tirunelveli - 56
Vembakottai, Virudhunagar - 56
Papanasam , Tirunelveli - 46
Alankulam, Tirunelvei - 44
Valparai, Coimbatore - 34
Karupandhi, Tirunelveli - 32
Manomboly, Coimbatore - 29
Servalar, Tirunleveli - 27
Tiruchendur, Toothukudi - 23
Bodinaickanur, Theni - 22
Manimutharu, Tirunelveli - 22
Sholayar, Coimbatore - 21
Tirupuvanam, Sivaganga- 20
Sankarankoil, Tirunelveli - 20
Kuruvikulam, Tirunelveli - 20
Kalakadu, Tirunelveli - 18
Valparai Taluk Office, Coimbatore - 18
Keelapavoor, Tirunelveli - 18
Satankulam, Toothukudi - 17
Valliyoor, Tiunelveli - 15
Ramnadhi, Tirunelveli - 14
Munchirai, Kanyakumari - 14
Nanguneri, Tirunelveli - 13
Sivakasi, Virudhunagar - 12
Kadaladi, Ramanathapuram - 12
Sedapatti, Madurai - 12
Karaikudi, Sivaganga - 11
Valparai Pto, Coimbatore - 11
Porthimund, Nilgiris - 9
Thiruchuzhi, Virudhunagar - 9
Chinnakalar, Coimbatore - 8
Adavinayanar, Tiunelvei - 7
Peraiyur, Madurai - 7
Madurai AP, Madurai - 7
Aruppukottai, Virudhunagar - 7
Upper Kodayar, Kanyakumari - 7
Sankarankoil, Tirunelveli - 6
Kayathar, Thoothukudi - 6
Kovilankulam, Virudhunagar - 6
Cheranmahadevi, Tirunelveli - 6
Pudur, Thoothukudi - 6
Tirupathur, Sivaganga - 6
Kovilpatti, Toothukudi - 6
Gundar, Tirunelveli - 5
Sandyanallah, Coimbatore - 5
Thunnakkadavu, Coimbatore - 5
Ambasamudram, Tirunelveli - 5
Sattur, Virudhunagar - 5
Gudalur, Theni - 5
Parson Valley, Nilgiris - 5
Manur, Tirunelveli - 5

5th day of continuous rains in Desert Rajasthan, ending 8.30 am on 17.03.2015

The western  disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies as a trough in mid & upper tropospheric westerlies with its axis at 5.8 kms a.s.l. running roughly along Longitude 75°E to the north of Latitude 30°N.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Siliserh - 58
Jaisamand - 50
Bansur - 50
Pilani - 43
Thanagazi - 30
Malakhera - 26
Mangalsar - 22
Kotputli - 21
Reni - 13
Alwar - 10
Keshavrai Patan - 8
Behroad - 5
Rajgarh - 5
Ramgarh - 5
Baswa - 5
Redia - 5
Bahadurpur - 5
Bawanwas - 5

2nd day of heavy rains lash North India, ending 8.30 am on 17.03.2015

The western  disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies as a trough in mid & upper tropospheric westerlies with its axis at 5.8 kms a.s.l. running roughly along Longitude 75°E to the north of Latitude 30°N.

Kashmir

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kathua - 90
Shalimar - 68
Banihal - 66
Katara - 56
Bhaderwah - 54
Quazigund - 52
Kawa - 52
Udhampur - 50
Batote - 49
Govindapura - 48
Kukernag - 47
Jammu - 46
Pahalgam - 36
Chatha - 30
Srinagar - 24
Gulmarg - 21
Baramullah - 20
Khudwani - 20
Kupwara - 18
Zainapora - 14
Ramgah - 10
Malangapura - 10

Himachal Pradesh

in mm (min 15 mm)

Bhandal - 62
Dalhousie -  52
Kasauli - 46
Naina Devi - 40
Dharampur - 35
Nurpur - 34
Kheri - 30
Ghamroor - 29
Saloni - 27
Dharamshala - 25
Baldwara - 24
Kalatop - 24
Mehre - 22
Palampur - 21
Bilaspur - 20
Jubbarhatti - 20
Chail - 20
Kandaghat - 20
Sarahan - 20
Shimla - 19
Kothipura - 18
Solan - 18
Manali - 18
Hamirpur - 18
Chelsea - 16
Shimla CPRI - 16
Nauni - 16
Kangra - 15
Sundernagar - 15
Hipa - 15
Kasol- 15

Punjab

in mm (min 10 mm)

Madhopur - 73
Shahpur Kandi - 71
Fatehgarh Sahib - 40
Adampur - 17
Chandigarh - 16
Patiala - 15
Kishankot - 13
Aur Phambra Road - 12
Nawanshahar - 11
Salern - 10


2nd day of rains in Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 17.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala now lies over southeast Arabian sea and adjoining Lakshadweep area.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Vaikom - 70
Cherthala - 51
Mancompu - 48
Muvattupuzha - 30
Vellanikkara - 30
Kottayam - 29
Kozha - 29
Neyyattinkara - 28
Alappuzha - 27
Chengannur - 26
Angadippuram - 26
Vilangankunnu - 25
Kurudamannil - 23
Kanjirappally - 21
Kochi CIAL - 20
Kumarakom - 19
Piravom - 14
Sengulam - 13
Poringal - 12
Pookot - 12
Munnar - 11
Ambalavayal - 11
Madupattey - 11
Vythri - 11
Chalakudy - 10
Enamackel - 10
Pamba - 10
Lower Sholayar - 10
Mananthavady - 10

Coonoor records 3rd 100 mm rainfall of the year, Tamil Nadu rainfall ending 8.30 am on 16.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala.

Coonoor heavy rainfall this year. Its unsusal heavy rains after the drought in last summer.

16.03.2015 - Coonoor PTO - 123 mm
08.03.2015 - Coonoor PTO - 125 mm
06.03.2015 - Coonoor PTO - 113 mm 

in mm (min 10 mm)

Coonoor PTO, Nilgiris - 123
Kothagiri, Nilgiris - 106
Coonoor, Nilgiris - 104
Muthupet, Tiruvarur - 91
Usilampatti, Madurai - 90
Ketti, Nilgiri - 82
Kundha Bridge, Nilgiris - 56
Geddhai, Nilgiris - 53
Pehumpahallah, Coimbatore - 53
Sothupparai, Theni - 48
Periyakulam, Theni - 45
Buraliar, Nilgris - 45
Ooty, Nilgris - 44
Sedapatti, Madurai - 43
Emerland, Nilgiris - 41
Tirupuvanam, Sivaganga - 40
Ooty Boatanical Garden, Nilgiris - 39
Ambasamudram, Tirunelveli - 35
Madukkur, Thanjavur - 35
Kodaikanal, Dindigul - 32
Yercaud, Salem - 31
Kadamalaigundu, Theni - 30
Chittampatti, Madurai - 25
Porthimund, Nilgiris - 25
Naduvattam, Nilgiris - 24
Ramanathapuram, Ramanathapuram - 23
Cheranmahadevi, Tirunelveli - 23
Pechiparai, Kanyakumari - 23
Melur, Madurai - 22
Upper Bhavani, Nilgiris, - 22
Papanasam Dam, Tirunelveli - 22
Pudukottai, Pudukkottai - 21
Adirampatnam, Thanjavur - 21
Pillur, Coimbatore - 21
Glenmorgan, Nilgiris - 21
Avalanche, Nilgiris - 19
Pattukottai, Thanjavur - 16
Manalar, Theni - 15
R.S.Mangalam, Ramanathapuram - 15
Kallupatti, Madurai - 14
Lower Papanasam Dam, Tirunelveli - 14
Servalar, Tirunelveli - 13
Sandyanallah, Coimbatore - 13
Kadamaparai, Coimbatore - 12
Sethubavachatram, Thanjavur - 12
Sattur, Virudhunagar - 11
Andipatti, Theni - 11
Vaigai Dam, Theni - 11
Sholayar Dam, Coimbatore - 10
Dindigul, Dindigul - 10
Manjalar Dam, Theni - 10
Valparai Pto, Coimbatore - 10
Arantangi, Pudukkottai - 10
Shencottah, Tirunelveli - 10
Thenkasi, Tirunelveli - 10
Colachel, Kanyakumari - 10
Ayikudi, Tirunelveli - 10
Peraiyur, Madurai - 10
Papanasam, Thanjavur - 10
Satankulam, Toothukudi - 10

North India gets battered, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 16.03.2015

The western disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto mid tropospheric levels.

Kashmir

in mm (min 25 mm)

Banihal - 102
Govindapura - 93
Batote - 80
Bhaderwah - 69
Chatha - 56
Katara - 54
Khudwani - 51
Kawa - 45
Kukernag - 44
Zainapura - 37
Srinagar - 37
Malangapura - 39
Jammu - 39
Ramgah - 29
Kupwara - 27
Pahalgam - 25
Gulmarg - 25
Baramullah - 25


Himachal Pradesh

in mm (min 15 mm)

Dalhousialha - 66
Kheri - 65
Bhandal - 49
Bangana - 45
Dharamshala - 43
Saloni - 38
Nurpur - 36
Shahpur - 35
Baijnath - 34
Naina Devi - 30
Gaggal - 29
Kangra - 29
N.Suriyan - 26
Palampur - 25
Una - 24
Guler - 21
Chhatarari - 21
Ghamroor - 19
Bharwara - 18
Nadaun -17
Kalatop - 17
Kothipura - 15

Punjab

in mm (min 10 mm)

Faridkot - 97
Shahpur Kandi  - 69
Moga - 44
Kapurthala - 35
Ferojpur - 32
Amritstar - 22
Taran Taran - 21
Jalandhar - 21
Nakodar - 19
Jagraon - 16
Ludhiana - 11
Kisankot - 10
Adampur - 10

Uttar Pradesh

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kanpur Tehsil - 120
Kanpur AP - 83
Sikandara - 57
Shahbad - 40
Maudaha - 46
Lucknow - 28
Saifai - 26
Manipuri - 25
Bidhuna - 24
Agra - 20
Charkar - 20
Chunar - 19
Banda - 18
Varnasi - 14
Salaon - 13
Pindra - 13
Hardoi - 11
Jhansi - 11
Baharaich - 11
Milkipur - 10
Allahabad - 10
Fursatganj - 10
Meerut - 10
Lalganj - 10
Muzzafarnagar - 10
Sultanpur - 10
Handai - 10
Bhiti - 10
Tundla - 10

Karnataka gets Moderate rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 16.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Catacatanahalli - 65
Shivamogga - 58
Navile - 51
Belavadi - 49
Kanakatte - 49
Kattemalalavadi - 41
Kattige - 38
Kakotuparambu - 31
Halebeedu - 30
Sulebhavi - 24
Karehalli - 23
Amingad - 22
Kopa - 21
Nidige - 20
Tadakanahalli - 20
Halkurke - 19
K Siddapura - 18
Tanigebylu - 16
Tangadgi - 16
Madapura - 15
Murnad - 15
Biccodu - 15
Ganaualu - 15
Hosur - 14
Mylara - 14
Kokkada - 12
Miyaru - 12
Muthuru - 11
Shivani - 11
Hunagundi - 11
Shikaripura - 11
Kammaradi - 10
Satnuru - 10
Kappanahalli - 10
Hosakere - 10
Kadur - 10
Kiranagi - 10
Rippanpete - 10
Kodekal - 10

Kerala gets rain after a break, ending 8.30 am on 16.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kozha - 76
Vellanikkara - 42
Kuttiyady - 38
Pattambi - 36
Irinjalakuda - 31
Perinthalmanna - 29
Idamalayar - 29
Thrissur - 28
Karipur AP - 27
Parambikulam - 27
Angadippuram - 26
Thekkadi - 24
Kozhikode - 24
Kottayam - 23
Vadakkancherry - 22
Kunnamkulam - 22
Thrithala - 22
Lower Sholayar - 20
Enamackel - 19
Vilangankunnu - 14
Chennganur - 13
Quilandy - 11
Palakkad - 10
Piravom - 10
Chimoni - 10
Kochi CIAL - 10
Thalaserry - 10

Massive Hailstorm hits Nagpur, Maharashtra Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 15.03.2015

An  upper  air  cyclonic  circulation  extending  upto  0.9  km  a.s.l.  lies  over Chhattisgarh and neighbourhood. The trough at mean sea level from Lakshadweep area to north Madhya Maharashtra has become less marked

in mm (min 15 mm)

Aurangabad Chikalthana AP - 48
Pimpalgaon - 40
Mandavgan - 35
Kannad - 32
Bharadi - 31
Babhaleshwar - 30
Hatkanangale - 28
Lasurgaon - 26
Semadoh - 26
Aashwi - 22
Nazare - 21
Chapadgaon - 21
Samsherpur - 21
Khanapur - 21
Gangapur - 20
Sillod - 20
Vaijappur - 20
Khuldabad - 20
Erandol - 20
Wadegavhan - 20
Khandala - 20
Nannaj - 19
Talegaon - 19
Loni - 19
Pimparane - 18
Dahigaon - 18
Balanagar - 18
Aanwa - 18
Ramnagar - 18
Tembhursonda - 18
Rajur - 17
Nagaon - 17
Yelavi - 16
Jamkhed - 16
Rohilagad - 16
Ankalkhop - 15
Walki - 15
Varangaon - 15
Dewalali - 15
Ghod - 15
Chikhalda - 15
Jalgaon - 15
Muktainagar - 15

Madhya Pradesh gets widespread rainfall ending 8.30 am on 15.03.2015

An  upper  air  cyclonic  circulation  extending  upto  0.9  km  a.s.l.  lies  over Chhattisgarh and neighbourhood. The trough at mean sea level from Lakshadweep area to north Madhya Maharashtra has become less marked.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Sabalgarh - 80
Sheopur -57
Morena - 40
Karahal - 37
Javra - 34
Ambha - 34
Gwalior - 34
Lateri - 30
Barasia - 29
Pachmarhi - 25
Jatara - 23
Tikamgarh - 22  
Bhopal - 21
Narwar - 21
Shivpuri - 21
Rajgad - 20
Khargone - 19
Guna - 18
Isagarh - 18
Nowgong - 17
Thikri - 15
Vidisha - 15
Indore - 15
Karera - 15
Raisen - 15
Sagar - 15
Shajapur - 15

Is it Rajasthan or Kashmir see for yourself, Rainfall / Hailstorm in Rajasthan ending 8.30 am on 15.03.2015...see pics below sent by Hunaid from Udaipur

The feeble induced low pressure area now lies as an induced low pressure area over west Rajasthan and neighbourhood with the associated cyclonic circulation extending upto 2.1 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 35 mm)

Bijolia - 75
Indergarh - 75
Hindoli -74
Sawai Madhopur - 70
Tordisagar- 67
Badnor - 67
Banera - 66
Beawar - 66
Shakargarh - 64
Keshavrai Patan - 63
Motisagar - 58
Kota - 58
Khandar - 57
Mandalgarh - 56
Bisalpur - 55
Vansthli - 55
Kareda - 55
Mandal - 55
Jahajpur - 54
Deopura - 51
Paroli - 51
Aligarh - 50
Digod - 50
Hurda - 50
Juggar - 48
Phagi - 48
Ramgarh - 47
Bhilwara - 47
Shabad - 47
Deoli - 46
Mashi - 46
Mangliawas - 46
Sambhugarh - 45
Begun - 45
Sambhar - 43
Asind - 43
Dholpur - 42
Shahpura - 42
Bundi - 41
Chauthka Barwara - 41
Chandsen - 40
Pawta - 40
Bhinay - 39
Talera - 39
Sanganer - 38
Gayangarh - 38
Nasirabad - 38
Tatgarh - 38
Kanota - 37
Chaksu - 37
Jawaja - 37
Bawanwas - 36
Morasagar - 36
Pipalda - 36
Lalsot - 36
Todarisingh - 36
Jaipur - 36
Jaipur AP - 36
Dabla - 36
Nainwa - 36
Pisagan - 36
Rahuwas - 35
Phulera - 35
Karoikala - 35
Kotri - 35
Niwai - 35
Morel - 35
Sikrai - 35
Jaipur IDR - 35





And Pics from Nagpur Storm on Sunday...Amazing Size !!





Kalakkad gets 123 mm, Tamil Nadu rainfall ending 8.30 am on 15.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Comorin  area  and  adjoining  Sri  Lanka  now  lies  over  Lakshadweep  area  and  neighbourhood.  For 2nd day Kalakkad got batterd. Today it has got over 120 mm. Yesterday it got about 50 mm.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Kalakkad, Tirunelveli - 123
Lower Papanasam Dam, Tirunelveli - 100
Ayakudi Tirunelvei - 81
Kamudhi, Thoothukudi - 77
Servalar, Tirunelveli - 78
Papanasam Dam, Tirunelveli - 68
Kodumudiyar, Tirunelveli - 60
Valparai Taluk Office, Coimbatore - 46
Ramanathapuram, Ramanathapuram - 42
Kallupatti, Madurai - 42
Nanguneri, Tirunelveli - 42
Dindugul, Dindugul - 40
Pappakudi, Tirunelveli - 40
Alankulam, Tirunelvei - 39
Valliyoor, Tirunelveli - 35
Manimuthar Dam, Tirunelveli - 33
Vembakottai, Virudhunagar - 31
Sedapatti, Madurai - 30
Thiruvarankulam, Pudukottai - 28
Tiruchuzhi, Virudhunagar - 28
Peraiyur, Madurai -28
Mylaudy, Kanyakumari -26
Kannadiyan, Tirunelvei - 25
Kadaladi, Ramanathapuram - 25
Periakulam, Theni - 25
Illyangudi, Sivaganga - 25
Sivakasi, Virdhunagar  - 23
Kadayam, Tirunelveli - 23
Paramakudi, Ramanathapuram -23
Thirumangalam, Madurai - 23
Melur, Madurai - 22
Ottapidaram, Thoothukudi  - 22
Nagercoil, Kanyakumari - 22
Chellampatti, Madurai - 21
Kamudhi, Ramanathapuram - 20
Munchirai, Kanyakumari - 20
Sencottah, Tirunelveli - 20
Kovilpatti, Thoothukudi - 20
Aruppukottai, Virudhunagar -20
Mudukulathur, Ramanathapuram -20