Saturday, September 06, 2014

BB-8 about 100 kms East of BBS..Posted Saturday Evening

Extremely heavy rains in Jammu, Kashmir & Punjab !!!

Torrential downpours in the North & Northwest regions of the subcontinent triggered flash floods and claimed hundred of lives in Punjab & Pak Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir. Several places recorded more than 200 mm of rain during the past 48 to 60 hours. Few places even recorded more than 400 mm of rain during the past 60 hours.

Towns of North Rajasthan like Sriganganagar were also lashed by heavy rain with 20cm rain alone on 5th September. Adjoining areas of Punjab also recorded same amount of rain. Few areas of both Punjab received record breaking rains. Cities like Lahore, Okara in Pakistan & Amritsar, Gurdaspur in India got 30-50 cm of rain.

Jammu & Kashmir also recorded extremely heavy rains with few places getting as much as 50 cm rain during this spell. Alone Jammu city has recorded around 40-45 cm of rain.

Rainfall during the past 72 hours in various cities of both Pak Punjab & Indian Punjab !!!

PUNJAB

AMRITSAR:          310 mm
FEROZEPORE:      207 mm
KAPURTHALA:    93 mm
PATIALA:            191 mm
TARANTARAN:  186 mm
RAUNI:                214 mm
PATIALA(AWS): 171 mm
GURDASPUR:   157 mm
NABHA:               80 mm
CHANDIGARH:   74 mm
PAK PUNJAB(Past 48 hours data till 5th Sep evening)
LAHORE AIRPORT:  480 mm
LAHORE CITY:        375 mm
RAWALAKOT:         463 mm
KOTLI:                   409 mm
MANGLA:               326 mm
SIALKOT CITY:       310 mm
SIALKOT AIRPORT: 185 mm
RAWALPINDI:         286 mm
ISLAMABAD:           278 mm
KASUR:                  280 mm
OKARA:                 257 mm
MURREE:               199 mm
JEHLUM:               195 mm
GUJRAT:               193 mm
GUJRANWALA:      181 mm
M.B. DIN:              169 mm
GARHIDUPATTA:   157 mm
KAKUL:                 125 mm

 

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