Thursday, October 01, 2009

Post Script continuation:
Just got info. from Regional centre Mumbai of some very heavy rain in Maharashtra on Wednessday/Thursday: CHIEF AMOUNT OF RAINFALL IN CMS:
Rajapur-28, Lanja, Malwan-27 each, Devgad-25, Vengurla, Kudal-18 each, Dabolim, Kankavli-10 each, Sangamneshwar-8, Sangli, Sawantwadi, Hatkalanglw-7 each, Ratnagiri, Sholapur, Vaibhavwadi, Panjim, Gadinglaj-6 each, Marmugao, Ajra, Miraj, Akkalkot-5 each, Gaganbawda, Gargoti, Kavathe Mahankal, Jat, Kadegaon, Jat, Uran Isalampur, Tuljapur-4 each, Igatpuri, Beglan, Kolhapur, Wada, Akkalkuwa, Kagal, Changad, Radhanagari, Shirala-3 each, Nasik, Dindori, Shahada, Panhala, Shahuwadi, Tasgaon, Mohol, Mangalvedha, Sangola, Umergaon, Lohara, Latur, Nelanga, Ausa, Renapur, Davani-2 each, Surguna, Sinner, Osmanabad, Parbhani, Chiplun, Dapoli, Khed, Vita, Partur, Osmanabad, Jalkot, Akola, Lonar-1 each.
GHATS:- Koyna(N)-3, Koyna(P)-2.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Heavy rains have claimed many lives in AP and Karnataka, thanks to the Low. The BBC continues to forecast extremely heavy falls over Mumbai starting tomorrow (Saturday) till Monday evening.

rajesh said...

Yes, the heavy rains in the flood regions and the very heavy rain in Goa was mentioned in my blog. Goa recieved 256 mm today. For Mumbai, I stick to my Friday/Sat forecast. Rains for sure, but how much on Sunday, we shall study the situation.

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