Sunday, August 21, 2011

1.-UAC moves into Sindh (Pakistan) and precipitates good rainfall. Karachi receives thundershowers from 4 pm Sunday. Around 10 mms rain recorded.
System expected to fizzle out and expect a cloud "spreading " on Monday. Precipitation spreading westwards into Balochistan.
Karachi will have overcast skies on Monday with some showers. Clearing by night.

2.-MJO activates, and another UAC expected thru the Bay route early next week.

3.- Sporadic thundershowers expected to pop up in interior Mah. i.e. Madhya Mah, Marathwada and Vid. Thundershowers also in adjoining North Karnataka and South Gujarat.

4.-Some parts of Mumbai had sporadic showers with thunder/lightning on Sunday evening. Northern suburbs of Kandivali, Vikhroli and Vile Parle measured 10 mms in the evening, while south Mumbai had around 3 mms of drizzles.

Monday/Tuesday will see a cloudy morning with light drizzling. After brightening up a bit, skies will be overcast by afternoon. Thundershowers expected in some parts by evening.



5 comments:

Pradeep said...

All India SWM toppers from 01.06.2011 to 21.08.2011
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I have added some more new stations (Koyna, Mulshi, Lonavala, Radhanagri and Tillari ) to the list.

Rainfall in mm's (Min 3000 mm)

1.Kollur (Karnataka) - 5892
2.Agumbe (Karnataka) - 5664
3.Sangameshwar (Maharashtra) - 5542
4.Gaganbawada (Maharashtra) - 5137
5.Cherrapunji (Meghalaya) - 5104
6.Mulshi (Maharashtra) - 4651
7.Mahabaleshwar (Maharashtra) - 4371
8.Kadra (Karnataka) - 4266
9.Bhira (Maharashtra) - 4172
10.Radhanagri (Maharashtra) - 4171
11.Siddapura (Karnataka) - 3967
12.Gorkhana (Karnataka) - 3921
13.Rajapur (Maharashtra) - 3847
14.Gerosoppa (Karnataka) - 3831
15.Koyna (Maharashtra) - 3822
16.Lanja (Maharashtra) - 3654
17.Valpoi (Goa) - 3623
18.Bhagamandala (Karnataka) - 3614
19.Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) - 3608
20.Tillari (Maharashtra) - 3607
21.Chinnakallar (Tamil Nadu) - 3602
22.Quepem (Goa) - 3575
23.Kanakavali (Maharashtra) - 3544
24.Mandangad (Maharashtra) - 3500
25.Lonawala (Maharashra) - 3477
26.Karkala (Karnataka) - 3471
27.Vadakara (Kerala) - 3408
28.Mhasla (Maharashtra) - 3322
29.Sawantwadi (Maharashtra) - 3300
30.Bhaktal (Karnataka) - 3287
31.Chiplun (Maharashtra) - 3259
32.Honavar (Karnataka) - 3185
33.Malvan (Maharashtra) - 3170
34.Sanguem (Goa) - 3159
35.Udupi (Karnataka) - 3044

Many other heavy rainfall places which receive rainfall above 4000 mm and have failed to rock this year are as follows - Kottigehara 2947, Matheran 2767, Shirali 2761, Devala 2578, Buxaduar 2530, Vythiri 2299, Peermade 1929 and Passighat 1492 have got below normal rains so far. (Kerala and Tamilnadu places above have NEM quota to fulfill their annual rainfall)

Places such as Tamini, Hulikal, Nilkund, Mawsynarm, Amboli and Castle Rock would have also made the above 3000 mm list.

rajesh said...

Thanks for the list Pradeep. BTW, Bhira recordings and observations are not reliable and trustworthy.

Pradeep said...
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Pradeep said...

The bhira data is reliable, I am not mapping the one imd Mumbai gives in its table. Its the ghat data i am monitoring. and the same is cross verified in the weekly report

emkay said...

Interesting note that Mahabaleshwar has slipped into the red in total rainfall figures.