Sunday, March 01, 2015

Maharashtra Day temps on 3rd March below...

Uttrakhand continues to get heavy rains, ending 8.30 am 03.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) M-1 as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto 4.5 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 70.0°E and north of Latitude 20.0°N.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Nainital - 82
Champawat - 81
Dehradun - 71
Haridwar - 70
Mukteshwar - 62
Banbasa - 60
Haripur - 57
Jollygrant - 54
Deoprayag - 54
Pithoragarh - 51
Joshimath - 51
Naugaon - 48
Pantnagar - 47
Nandkeshri - 47
Koteshwar - 47
Rishikesh - 46
Ranichawari - 44
Tuini  - 44
Tehri - 41
Bharsar - 40
Marora - 39
Kalagarh - 38
Almora - 36
Roorkee - 36
Matela - 36
Srinagar - 33
Hathiari - 32

Day Temps in Maharashtra on Tuesday 3rd March 2015:

MADHYA MAHARASHTRA*

 POONA                    26.2(-7.9)     10.9(-2.9)

 LOHGAON               26.5(-8.5)     12.6(-3.4) 

 AHMEDNAGAR         27.5(-7.1)     10.1(-5.7) 

 JALGAON                27.4(-8.3)     14.2(-2.4) 

 KOLHAPUR             28.1(-6.5)     16.6(-1.7) 

 MAHABLESHWAR    21.5(-8.0)     08.8(-7.2) 

 MALEGAON            28.0(-6.8)     11.0(-3.7) 

 NASIK                    25.7(-7.9)     08.1(-5.8) 

 SANGLI                 28.8(-6.7)     15.3(-1.7) 

 SATARA                 27.6(-6.4)     12.0(-5.0) 

 SOLAPUR               30.1(-5.9)    16.0(-3.9) 

KONKAN AND GOA*

 BOMBAY                     27.9(-3.3)         19.6(-2.0) 

 SCZ                           28.0(-4.8)         15.0(-4.8) 

 ALIBAG                      26.3(-4.1)         16.9(-2.7)

 RATNAGIRI                 27.7(-4.0)         17.6(-3.2) 

 PANJIM                      30.8(-1.3)         19.3(-2.8) 

 MARATHWADA*

 OSMANABAD              29.0(-5         13.4(-5.7)

 AURANGABAD            26.4(-7.5)     14.2(-1.9)

 PARBANI                    29.4(-6.1)     17.4(-1.2)

 NANDED                    29.0(-6.7)     15.0(-2.4) 


Mumbai SCZ 2015 averages :

Jan - > 30.4 c / 16.3 c ( 0 mms )

Feb - > 32.2c / 17.8 c ( 0 mms )



Himachal Pradesh gets extended spell of heavy rains,  ending 8.30 am on 03.03.2015

in mm (min 30 mm)

Arki - 111
Naina Devi - 63
Jateon Barrage - 62
Kandaghat - 62
Dharmpur - 57
Paonta Sahib - 56
Kotkhai - 55
Sarahan - 54
Nahan - 52
Kheri - 52
Solan - 51 
Gohar - 49
Nauni - 47
Renuka - 46
Una - 45
Shimla CPRI - 45
Amb - 44
Jubbarhatti - 40
Bharwara - 39
Shimla - 38
Tinder - 38
Dharamshala - 36
Seobagh- 36
Bhandal - 36
Palampur - 30
Shahpur - 30
Yaswant Nagar - 30


2nd day of rains in Uttra Pradesh, ending 8.30 am 03.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto 4.5 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 70.0°E and north of Latitude 20.0°N.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Baheri - 70
Puranpur - 67
Bareilly - 49
Muhammadi - 43
Nighasan - 43
Nighasan - 40
Hindon - 35
Hasanpur - 33
Chayal - 31
Allahabad - 30
Bara - 30
Narora - 28
Nareni - 26
Aligarh - 24
Muzaffarnagar - 24
Tundla - 21
Sambhal - 21
Agra - 20
Shahbad - 20
Lalganj - 20
Kanpur - 20
Moradabad - 20


A quick Observation:
As on 2 nd March (Monday ) Morning :

New Delhi:  Max 19.0c   Min 14.8c  and  Rain 56.8 mms
Pune:           Max 18.9c   Min 14.8c  and  Rain 10.5 mms


Maharashtra 's Phenomenal Day temperatures for 1st March...Shown as  Max (1st March), Dep from Normal, Min , Dep from normal and day's rainfall.

MADHYA MAHARASHTRA*

 POONA                            18.9(-14.4)                 14.1( 0.9)                   08.0  (44 mms overnight)
 LOHGAON                       19.6(-14.4)                 15.0( 0.0)                  12.0

 JALGAON                         25.8(-8.8)                  14.8(-0.5)                    13.0
 KOLHAPUR                      24.0(-10.0)                 16.6(-1.0)                   11.0
 MAHABLESHWAR         15.9(-13.0)                 12.2(-3.0)                   019.0  (36 mms overnight)
 MALEGAON                     21.0(-13.2)                 16.0( 2.2)                   nil nil
 NASIK                               20.5(-12.2)                 15.0( 1.9)                   00.2
 SANGLI                             22.8(-12.1)                 17.0( 0.9)                   06.0
 SATARA                           20.6(-12.3)                 15.0(-0.7)                   06.0
 SOLAPUR                        27.8(-7.6)                    15.9(-3.3)                   00.5

KONKAN AND GOA*
 BOMBAY                         26.5(-4.0)               19.4(-1.7)         nil nil
 SCZ                                 28.3(-3.8)              18.6(-0.5)           nil nil
 ALIBAG                            27.2(-2.7)               18.2(-0.9)          00.3
 RATNAGIRI                     28.5(-3.3)              18.0(-2.3)           32.0
 PANJIM                           30.6(-1.5)               21.5( 0.0)          12.0
 DHANU                           27.0(-2.3)               19.8( 0.7)           08.0

MARATHWADA*

OSMANABAD                  23.0(-10.8)               13.0(-5.0)               02.0
AURANGABAD               17.6(-15.6)               13.0(-2.0)              10.0
PARBANI                         22.3(-12.4)               16.2(-1.4)               06.0

BEED                              19.5(-14.5)                15.1(-1.2)

VIDARBHA*

AKOLA                      20.1(-13.8)         16.1(-1.3)                  08.0 
AMRAOTI                 18.0(-15.9)          15.0(-3.2)                 17.0
BULDHANA              16.7(-14.7)          13.8(-3.9)                13.0
BRAMHAPURI          28.1(-5.3)            19.3( 2.2)                 01.0
CHANDRAPUR         32.0(-2.8)            20.0( 2.0)                nil nil
NAGPUR                    22.0(-11.1)          17.9( 1.5)                06.0
Washim                      19.0                    15.4                         nil nil
WARDHA                   20.7(-12.8)           16.5(-0.8)               12.0
YEOTMAL                 17.0(-16.3)          14.0(-4.7)                18.0

Author's Note:
Day's high in New Delhi was lower than Vagaries' estimate of 21c...it was 19c on Sunday..17 mms rains was measured..Safdarjung total: 25.2 mm from this WD till 5:30 pm..and will continue as given in previous post.Vagaries' target ..45 mms till Monday evening
,
we had predicted a high of 21c, against which we saw 19c in Delhi on Sunday. And as far as rains are concerned, it almost matches with the map put up for Sunday,,Waqas just confirmed the heavy rains in Lahore and sialkot (as per the green colour shown)..." downpours in Gujrat,sialkot and Lahore ... Lahore reported 25 mm in 50 minutes...still continue"


2nd day of very heavy rains in Maharashtra, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (60 mm)

Ratnara - 130
Mundikota - 130
Paraswada - 117
Kardi - 110
Tiroda - 110
Rajoli - 110
Bhandara - 100
Ravanwadi - 98
Bela - 98
Thanegaon - 95
Gangazari - 94
Kargaon - 93
Kamtha - 92
Wadegaon - 90
Mahagaon - 90
Pachkhedi - 89
Mohadi - 86
Malewada - 85
Mandhal - 84
Varthi - 83
Akodi - 78
Weltur - 75
Tulasani - 74
Pahela - 74
Sakoli - 72
Davva - 72
Bhiwapur - 71
Mauda - 69
Dasgaon - 68
Nand - 68
Dhanla - 65
Nimkheda - 65
Mohadi - 65
Makardhokda - 64
Devrukh - 63
Khamari - 62
Kuhi - 62
Salwan - 62
Turkewadi - 62
Shivani - 62
Kodamendi - 61
Lamaj - 60
Kanhalgaon - 60
Khat - 60
Dhargaon - 60
Kondha - 60
Pavani - 60
Aamgaon - 60
Satephala - 60
Khapari - 60
Kandri - 60

Uttar Pradesh's Rainest day, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (20 mm)

Tilhar - 84
Khekra - 74
Shamli - 71
Chitrakoot - 53
Muzaffarnagar - 52
Kanpur - 49
Baraut -43
Banda - 41
Meerut - 38
Nareni - 37
Hardoi - 30
Charkari - 29
Lucknow - 27
Hapur - 24
Sikandra - 24
Hasanpur - 23
Lalganj - 22
Allahabad - 21
Nighasan - 20

Haryana's heaviest spell of rain this year, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (30 mm)

Jhahhar - 146
Naraingarh - 122
Karnal - 97
Narvana - 91
Uchani - 87
Ganaur - 82
Chacchrauli - 78
Narayangarh -75
Ambala - 73
Sonipat - 70
Chandigarh - 64
Kurukshetra - 63
Barara - 62
Panchkula - 61
Beri - 47
Kaul - 46
Faridabad - 45
Kaithal - 42
Hissar - 35
Balsamand - 35
Kalanur - 30
Hansi - 30
Palwal - 30
Sadalpur - 30

3rd day of Heavy rains in Kashmir, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (30 mm)

Katra - 129
Udhampur IAF - 100
Banihal - 79
Jammu - 72
Batote - 68
Chatha - 67
Govindapura - 66
Bhaderwah - 63
Qazigund - 59
Kukernag - 43
Kawa - 41
Pahalgam - 35
Srinagar - 35
Gulmarg - 34
Khudwani - 30
Kupwara - 30

Uttrakhand gets widespread rains, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (20 mm)

Dehradun - 72
Deoprayag - 72
Ranichwari - 71
Jollygrant - 63
Mussorie - 60
Nainital - 60
Kasya - 60
Koteshwar - 53
Mukteshwar - 50
Srinagar - 47
Pantnagar - 46
Champawat - 46
Marora - 45
Haridwar - 44
Uttarkashi - 42
Bharsar - 41
Roorke - 38
Tehri - 37
Rishikesh - 35
Kalagarh - 31
Nandkeshri - 30
Jakholi - 28
Pithoragarh - 24  
Joshimath - 23
Karnaprayag - 23
Rudraprayag - 20

Heaviest Rains in Himachal this year, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (40 mm)

Renuka - 149
Sirmaur - 122
Kandaghat - 122
Dharmpur - 120
Kasauli - 119
Nahan - 116
Sangraha - 115
Solan - 89
Amb - 85
Rajgarh - 84
Nauni - 83
Palampur - 81 
Una - 81
Kahu - 80
Mehre - 79
Chail - 78
Annu - 70
Bangana - 70
Gohar - 69
Bhandal - 68
Jubbarhatti - 68
Jhandutta - 67
Berthin - 66
Sarahan - 66
Paonta Sahib - 66
Kothipura - 65
Bilaspur - 60
Bharwara - 59
Dharamashala - 58
Hamripur - 57
Manali - 54
Rohru - 52
Chelsea - 51
Kasol - 47
Shimla CPRI - 45
Shimla - 44
Sundernagar - 43
Hipa - 42
Shahpur - 41
Kangra - 40

All India Highest 24hr rainfall of 2015 in Maharashtra, ending 8.30 am on 01.03.2015

The Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation over Afghanistan & adjoining Pakistan extending upto 3.1 km above mean sea level persists with a trough aloft roughly along Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, a wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (min 40 mm)

Murtajapur - 169
Akot - 105
Telhara - 90
Barshitakli - 90
Mangaon - 70
Asegaon - 55
Yeotmal - 54
Mahuli - 54
Yedgaon - 53
Pune Pashan - 53
Pirangut - 53
Dawargaon - 53
Patur - 50
Ghuikhed - 50
Akola - 50
Tala - 50
Tiwasa - 49
Kude - 49
Shendurjan - 49
Rajgurunagar - 48
Wada - 48
Pune Chinchwad - 47
Warha - 47
Kadus - 47
Mozari - 47
Vayphad - 46
Chandur - 45
Pune City - 44
Pune Cagmo - 44
Talegaon - 44
Pune City - 44
Chincholi - 44
Pune AP - 43
Nandgaon - 43
Rajgurunagar - 43
Khed - 43
Parasapur - 43
Wadali - 42
Aambawade- 42
Pabal - 42
Pune Magarapatta - 41
Warkhed - 40
Mulshi - 40
Pawana - 40
Sangamner - 40
Gunjawani - 40
Chikhaldara - 40
Dhamangaon - 40
Golegoan - 40
Kurha - 40
Paud - 40
Kale - 40
Arvi - 40
Babulgaon - 40
Alandi - 40
Badanera - 40
Shivani - 40
Palaskhed - 40
Talegaon - 40
Bhatkuli - 40
Dattapur - 40
Giroli - 40
Pune Lavale - 40
Loni - 40
Pune NDA - 40
Otur - 40
Papal - 40
Benoda - 40
Dhamangaon - 40
Dhamangaon - 40
Male - 40
Ghodegaon - 40
Sawalikheda - 40
Mahuli - 40
Shirkhed - 40


2nd day of rains in Tamil Nadu as Dindugul gets battered, ending 8.30 am on 01.03.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and adjoining Sri Lanka has also become less marked.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Manjalparapu - 91
Thadiyankudisai - 72
Marudhanadi Dam - 50
Idappadi - 36
Kulesekharam - 31
Pongalur - 32
Avinasi - 31
Thandikudi - 27
Kangayam - 25
Pegumbahallah - 24
Vellakoil - 23
Konganapuram - 21
Pechiparai - 20
Sivagiri - 18
Periyanayakkanpalayam - 17
Morappur - 17
Kundha Bridge - 16
Nambiyur - 15
Karur - 14
Srivilliputhur - 12
Kadamaparai - 13
Sarcarsamakulam - 11
Tiruppur - 10
Pappireddipatti - 10
Sankarankoil - 10
Kovilpatti - 10
Chennimalai - 9
Harur - 9
Manamadurai - 8
Sattur - 8
Pykara - 8
Macdonaldschoultry - 6
Glenmorgan - 6
Perundurai - 5
Gobi - 5
Uttukkuli - 5
Manur - 5
Periyar - 5
Pillur - 5
Annur - 5
Manalar - 5
Upper Kodayar - 5


Vagaries Rainman

7 comments:

Ashish Gupta said...

Your predictions were spot-on and made well in advance. Well done!

ANOOP RAWAT said...

Looks like new record for march 24 hour rain for palam, sfd may have missed by few mm.

sset said...

We see huge climate changes... Maharashtra March rains - Arabian sea becoming more volatile - supplies moisture to Maharashtra... Other hand South America is encountering record drought (worst among decades) .. in few years mighty Amazon river may look different due to serial drought....

Another delightful news...Mumbai/Navi Mumbai/Thane rank first for number of sparrows much is attributed due to dense tree plantation of native species by NMMC/BMC... while chennai,Bangalore are worst with almost no sparrows sighted in Bangalore --much due to barren,dusty,concrete with no trees..

Raj Katalkar said...

Sir, Can i get Rainfall figures for Dapoli, Ratnagiri? Because it was raining continuously on Saturday and Sunday here in SW Monsoon style...

Pradeep said...

Ratnagiri - 36 mm on 2nd

Raj Katalkar said...

Thank u sir.... n What about Dapoli?

Pradeep said...

Dapoli -

10 mm on 1st March
18 mm on 2nd March