Tuesday, September 09, 2014


All India SWM Toppers from 01.06.2014 to 31.08.2014 (90 days into the monsoon)

The Mawsynaram still leads but Hulikal has closed the gap in September. Only one station has made it to the list from Kerala (Kuttiyadi) and Tamil Nadu (Chinnakallar).

in mm (min 4000 mm)
  1. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya - 7620
  2. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 6594
  3. Hulikal, Karnataka - 6453
  4. Agumbe, Karnataka - 6166
  5. Yadur, Karnataka - 6098
  6. Talacauvery, Karnataka - 6090
  7. Tamini, Maharashtra - 6070
  8. Mastikatte, Karnataka - 5972
  9. Nilkund, Karnataka - 5770
  10. Mani Dam, Karnataka - 5682
  11. Amboli, Maharashtra - 5418
  12. Kerekatte, Karnataka - 5398
  13. Mulshi, Maharashtra - 5355
  14. Cogar, Karnataka - 5343
  15. Kollur, Karnataka - 5329
  16. Suralbhi, Karnataka - 5191 (Till 13th August)
  17. Dawdi, Maharashtra - 5100
  18. Amgaon, Karnataka - 5062
  19. Kundal, Karnataka - 5042
  20. Bandal, Karnataka - 4852
  21. Hongadahalla, Karnataka - 4756
  22. Castle Rock, Karnataka - 4745
  23. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra - 4696
  24. Kitwade, Maharashtra - 4673
  25. Naladi, Karnataka - 4641 (Till 13th August)
  26. Hosakere,  Karnataka - 4600
  27. Aralagod, Karnataka - 4317 (Till 13th August)
  28. Kanakumbi, Karnataka - 4556 
  29. Gersoppa, Karnataka - 4546
  30. Kuttiyadi, Kerala - 4520
  31. Bhagamandala, Karnataka - 4450
  32. Gavali, Karnataka - 4387
  33. Dajipur, Maharashtra - 4363
  34. Gokarna, Karnataka - 4323
  35. Halageri, Karnataka - 4232
  36. Kigga, Karnataka - 4223
  37. Navaja, Maharashtra - 4220
  38. Koyna, Maharashtra - 4214
  39. Arendur, Karnataka - 4209
  40. Dungerwadi, Maharashtra - 4150
  41. Chinnakallar, Tamil Nadu - 4143
  42. Byakody, Karnataka - 4072
  43. Bhira, Maharashtra - 4007
  44. Ardi, Karnataka - 4000
  45. Kerveshe, Karnataka - 4000 

Karnataka Top 10 Rainfall from 01.06.2014 to 31.08.2014
  1. Hulikal - 6453
  2. Agumbe - 6166
  3. Yadur - 6098
  4. Talacauvery - 6090
  5. Mastikatte - 5972
  6. Nilkund - 5770
  7. Mani Dam - 5682
  8. Kerekatte - 5398
  9. Cogar - 5343
  10. Kollur - 5329 
 Maharashtra Top 10 Rainfall from 01.06.2014 to 31.08.2014
  1. Tamini - 6070
  2. Amboli - 5418
  3. Mulshi - 5355
  4. Dawdi - 5100
  5. Mahabaleshwar - 4696
  6. Kitwade - 4673
  7. Dajipur - 4363
  8. Navaja - 4220
  9. Koyna - 4214
  10. Dungerwadi - 4150
 Kerala Top 10 Rainfall from 01.06.2014 to 31.08.2014
  1. Kuttiyadi - 4520
  2. Pambla  - 3370
  3. Vadakara - 3080
  4. Vythri - 3000
  5. Irukkur - 2950
  6. Piravom - 2750
  7. Idukki, Idukki - 2680
  8. Neeriyamangalam - 2670
  9. Cheruthazam, Kannur - 2600
  10. Taliparamba, Kannur - 2550
 Goa Top 10 Rainfall from 01.06.2014 to 31.08.2014
  1. Valpoi - 3528
  2. Sanguem - 3468
  3. Margao  - 3127
  4. Canacona - 2933
  5. Sanquelim - 2738
  6. Ponda  - 2727
  7. Quepem - 2597
  8. Pernem - 2510
  9. Ela - 2350
  10. Mapusa - 2304

7 comments:

sset said...

what rains in Gujarat!!! All rivers in spate.. alter issued.

Today 24hrs rain in GUJ more on way...

Highest rain fall in the last 24 hours was recorded in Halol 271 mm, followed by Bodeli 260 mm, Savli 230 mm, Khambhat 230 mm, Himatanagar 230, Godhra 220 mm, Prantij 220 mm, Idar 22 mm, Quant 210 mm, Lunawada 200 mm, Bhiloda 190 mm, Kankrej 190mm, Anand 180 mm, Patan 180 mm, Sankheda 170 mm, Umerpada 160 mm, Shahera 160 mm, Vadodara 160 mm, Chhota Udepur 160 mm, Siddhpur 160 mm, Nadiad 150 mm, Borsad 150 mm, Madhbun 150 mm, Naswadi 150 mm, Vadgam 150 mm, Kalol 150 mm, Waghodia 150 mm, Jetpur Pavi 150 mm and Kapadvanj 140 mm.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/alert-issued-in-gujarat-districts-following-heavy-rains-114090900530_1.html

Wondering when TN / SE interior KAR / Rayalseema will receive this kind of rains? OR will never.

Raj Katalkar said...

Today just some medium showers occured in parts of Mumbai. When Coastal Maharashtra (including Mumbai) will again see heavy rains?

rajesh said...

Thanks....for the toppers...and Tamini lags at No. 7 :(-

Saurabh Dwivedi said...

Dear SSET
SI Karanata is the only region in India that has received excess rain this monsoon(+23%). Refer to this link. TN is also surplus(+2%). Rayalseema is also in the normal range(-15%).
Refer to this link
http://www.imd.gov.in/section/nhac/dynamic/Monsoon_frame.htm

So no need to worry.

sset said...

Do not agree with Saurabh. Southern regions mentioned above only depend on NEM. We have seen probability of failures earlier. Problem only certain areas got rain rest with total drought - for instance kolar,Mandya,BANG,Chintamani,anantapur < 200mm of rain since june. Sept rains have failed.

sset said...

Saurabh region is South "EAST" India. Please note "EAST" facing side receives hardly any rain during SWM and depends only on failure prone NEM - which in past few years is overshadowed by SWM (low pressure over GUJ/RAJ/MAHA defers SWM monsoon withdrawl till october and then low forms over Orissa/Bengal) resulting in serious drought for TN/Rayalseema/SE interior KAR. Same happens for Sri Lanka.

Vijayanand said...

SSET,

Southern regions mentioned above only depend on NEM - Wrong: Are you referring to southern region of india or some other country?
South Interior karnataka recives rain from SW predominantly and a reasonable sum from NE monsoon.

Fyi: SI Karanata is the only region in India that has received excess rain this monsoon(+23%). SI karnataka includes bangalore as well. Its in surplus.