Thursday, July 11, 2013

Latest Update on BB-5 and estimated track coming up o blog ..around 11 pm IST.

Rainfall around Mumbai ending 8.30 am today(11-07-2013)

Colaba 93.4mm
Santacruz 41.0mm
Vagaries 57.5mm
Vihar(Mumbai) 70.0mm
Tulshi(Mumbai) 76.0mm
Alibaugh 89.0mm
Uran 68mm
Panvel 154.0mm
Karjat 135.0mm
Vasai 65.0mm
Thane 72.2mm
Kalyan 90.0mm
Ulhasnagar 124.6mm
Ambernath 106.6mm
Barvi(Badlapur) 105.0mm


Posted by Abhijit Modak

3 comments:

rohitaros said...

IMD has installed 20 Automatic Weather Stations ( AWS) in J and K, representing various districts of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.
IMD has also established four Agro Meteorological Field Units- one each in the 4 Agro-climatic regions of the State and one in Jammu in collaboration with SKUAST, Rathore added.

Rathore said that after success of weather based agro-advisory in India, many countries are adopting these services.

“The services of IMD in successfully conducting the Shri Amarnath Yatra have been duly acknowledged,” he added.
Dy DGM of IMD O P Singh also informed on the occasion that this year IMD will install 3 more AWS enroute the Holy Cave.
This will be in addition to already existing three at Holy Cave, Panjtarni and Sheshnag, he added.

“The observatory for measuring the upper atmosphere has been installed at Jammu in collaboration with the SASE. A Doppler Weather Radar has also been planned for Srinagar under Himalayan Meteorological Program and the same will be realized in next five months,” Singh said.

rohitaros said...

Panvel rocks :)

Atul Naik said...

In Goa it is a local practice, including the press, to talk of rainfall amounts in inches rather than millimeters. Everyone heaves a sigh of relief when the milestone of 100 inches is reached. Is this unique to Goa or the practice elsewhere too? Just curious!