Saturday, June 30, 2007

The system 04B has along its way dumped some unusually high amounts of rain,especially in Maharashtra. For the records, some of the rain amounts on 29th. and 30th. in cms were,
on 29th.;
Mahad -50, Mhasala -36, Poladpur -34, Mahabaleshwar -31, Tala -29, Murud, Gaganbawda -25, Margaon - 24, Bhira - 23 Roha-22, Alibag -20, Pali, Harnai -17, Shrivardan -16, Pen -15, Khalapur -13, Matheran -12, Uran, Ratnagiri-11,

Ghats : Dungerwadi-30, Koyna(P), Dwadi, Tamini, Bhira - 20, Shirgaon - 17, Lonavala(O) -14, Lonavala (T) -12,

and on 30th.:
: Mahad -42, Poladpur -35,Murud-33, Mahabaleshwar -32,Mhasala -30, Margaon - 27, Roha-25, Shrivardan, Bhira, Dahanu-21, Tala, Vaibhavwadi-19each, Santacruz, Pali, Harnai, Kankavli, Ratnagiri-17each,Uran, Alibag, Pen-16each, Colaba-15,

Ghats : Koyna(N)-45, Koyna(P)-33, Dungerwadi-26, Tamini-22, Dharavi-25, Shirgaon - 11, Dawdi-16, Ambone-9.

Very heavy rain in two days !

Some city totals for the month of June this year with the variations in brackets:

Mumbai (Colaba): 803 (+265)
Mahableshwar: 1529 (+650)
Goa: 1077 (208)
Pune :233 (+122)

Shows most cities in Maharashtraare way above normal.
In the case of Mumbai, the total has crossed 800 mm after 16 years, last was in 1991, and it is only the 8th. time, it has crossed 800 mm in June in the last 29 years. Noteworthy is the fact that in Mumbai, the monsoon set in on 18th. and most of this 800 mm is in the last 8 days !

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