Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Posted Wednesday Evening: 
UAC 2 is over Kutch at 700 hp . Upper air axis trough runs from SE Sindh thru Gujarat to North Odhisha.
MP, Kutch getting heavy rains as on Wednesday Evening. In Pakistan, SE Sindh getting thunder showers.

Gujarat Rains as on Wednesday Morning:
Main Gujarat Region: Kadi 317 mms, Ahamdabad 288 mms ,Sanand 235 mms, Kalol 220 mms, Khambhat 197 mms, Mansa 140 mms, Nadiad 118 mms, Dholera 116 mms, Anklav 109 mms, Gandhinagar 102 mms.
Saurashtra: Barvala 246 mms, Bhavnagar 125 mms, 

South Gujarat: Waghai 290 mms, Kaprada 289 mms ( Season's total in Kaprada 1272 mms: Highest in Gujarat State this Season)., Dharampur 280 mms, Ahwa 237 mms, Valsad 222 mms, Pardi 213 mms, Vapi 181 mms, Vansda 173 mms, Olpad 162 mms, Khergam 149 mms, Jalalpor 140 mms, Navsari 127 mms, Surat City 92 mms, Hansot 90 mms, Ankleshwar 74 mms, Jambuser 77 mms, Bharuch 50 mms, Surat IMD 48 mms.

From Abhijit Modak ..
Mumbai..Scruz 131 mms, Colaba 23 mms and Vagaries 45 mms. Average for Colaba and Scruz 77 mms.vagaries estimate 60-80 mms for Mumbai City.

Heavy Rain lashes around Mumbai region. Water supplying lake got much needed rain :

Some rainfall in mms ending 8.30am today (30-07-2014):
 

Modak Sagar Overflows..!!
Mumbai water supplying lake rainfall for today in mms :




Bhatsa 210
Tulshi lake(Mumbai) 208
Modak sagar 205 (100% full it is overflowing from morning)
Vaitarna 179
Vihar lake(Mumbai) 177
Middle Vaitarna 170
Tansa 139

Ghat rainfall ending 8.30am today:

Mulshi 378
Lonavala 318
Walvan,Lonavala 247
Mahabaleshwar 155
Koyna 138 



Heavy rain lashes Thane District.. Rain massive in Thane Dist..
Some rainfall in mms ending 8.30am today (30-07-2014):

Barvi Dam(Badlapur) 293
Badlapur mine(private) 290
Badlapur Agri 250
Vikramgadh 235
Murbad 234
Surya dam 233
Ambernath 224
Kalyan 214
Jawhar 185
Bhivandi 165
Ulhasnagar 149
Thane 145
Shahapur 141
Wada 137
Talasari 105
Dahanu 103
Vasai 102
Palghar 46


11 comments:

Shripad Nadiger said...

I guess heavy rains have shifted to South Gujarat..hardly any rains here in Lower Parel, South Mumbai.

KHYATI PANDIT said...

sir what is your forcast for thursday friday n saturday n sunday too.

Hrishikesh said...

Very less rain after extremely heavy rains in morning in western suburbs of Mumbai

emkay said...

Btw isnt the cloudmass at 10N over Africa an unusual thing. Any linkages to SWM flow into India ??

Srivathsa said...

When I check the Maharashtra Water Resource Department website, the capacity for Bhatsa shows as 911 and for Vaitarna as 331. Why the difference?

http://www.mahawrd.org/ll/ws300714.pdf

kesava rajan said...

When we can get rainfall at CENTRAL TAMILNADU?why people doesn't report about RAINFALL DEFICIENCY and 3 last congestive years CENTRAL TAMILNADU under historical drought.When rainfall possible???

Shripad Nadiger said...

Heavy rains in mumbai...since morning ..

KHYATI PANDIT said...

sir when would rains decrease in mumbai

KHYATI PANDIT said...

sir what are your forcast for coming days in mumbai.when would we mumbai people see some sunny days

Srivathsa said...

Maybe you can shed some light on my observation. As of Sep 30,2013 all the lakes except Middle Vaitarna were full. Middle Vaitarna was short by about 70M m3. Based on your capacity data the lakes should have had about 1350M m3 of water. This is about 390 days of supply assuming 3.5Mm3 per day of withdrawal. The water should have ideally lasted till October end. But we seemed to be in a crisis by mid July.

Is the BMC not managing the supply properly? Is evaporation to the tune of 25%? Is the storage data incorrect?

From the Maharahstra WRD website, a rough calculation shows a withdrawal of 5.2M m3/day from Jan to Mar 2014.

Something does not smell right about the water supply management.

Thanks

rajesh said...

srivathsa: The capacity of both these big dams is huge. But part of the water is reserved for irrigation. The volume shown is the % reserved for Mumbai...(as per BMC)

the consumption for Mumbai is 0.03800 Mcum /day , and actual requirement is 0.4200 Mcum