Saturday, July 31, 2010

Update from Pradeep:
In continuation to Rajesh's Post the other places are (Highest All India Rain Total as on as on 31st. July 2010 from 1st. June)

Gaganbawada: 3370
Buxa: 2728
Karwar: 2302 (+356)
Harnai: 2218 (+648)
Chinnakallar: 2156
Bhagamandala: 2155
Kannur: 1977
Kottigehara: 1972
Peermade: 1880
Jalpaiguri: 1825 (+348)
Kozhikode: 1762 (+16)
Valparai: 1674
Coochbehar: 1655 (+120)
Dahanu: 1646 (+460)


Anonymous said...

please put up mumbai lake levels & total rainfall in all lakes till today if possible

Rajesh said...

Sure. just checking up on them and awaiting the details from the dept.

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