SWM Toppers is back, Top 20 Rainfall stations in India from 01.06.15 to 30.06.15
Its Mawsynaram and Cherrapunji all the way, none had the chance to catch them. Agumbe has got only 1323 mm and Amboli around 1250 mm is not in the list. The surprise is 2 stations from Tamil Nadu has made into the list it is not Chinnakallar or Devala. Its Parsons Valley and Avalanche from Nilgiris district.
- Mawsynaram, Meghalaya - 4781
- Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 4355
- Parsons Valley, Tamil Nadu - 2166
- Shiragaon, Maharashtra - 2076
- Lamaj, Maharashtra - 2057
- Talacauvery, Karnataka - 2033
- Naladi, Karanataka - 1910
- Hosanagar, Karnataka - 1892
- Kottigehara, Karnataka - 1826
- Bhagamandala, Karnataka - 1820
- Amgaon, Karnataka - 1738
- Patherpunj, Maharashtra - 1684
- Avalanche, Tamil Nadu - 1663
- Tapola, Maharashtra - 1596
- Yadur, Karnataka - 1481
- Sangave, Maharashtra - 1472
- Mulshi, Maharashtra - 1470
- Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra - 1443
- Kuttiyadi, Kerala - 1401
- Hulikal, Karnataka - 1400
The Monsoon Progress Map is now removed from the right side, and the Latest Monsoon Surplus/Deficit % is put up (All India)
All India is +7% till date.
Seasonal Rainfall (in mm) from 1 June to 3 July, 2015
Region Actual Normal % Departure from Long Period Average
All India +7%
East & Northeast India -4%
Northwest India +17%
Central India +11%
South Peninsula +9%
Mumbai Lakes Storage as on 3rd July 2015 in Mcum:
Bhatsa 326, Vaitarna 89, Modak 64,Tansa 29,Tulsi 5 , Vihar 8, Middle Vaitarna 129.
Total Storage 650...33% taken as wastage, leakages, evaporation etc, Mumbai has actual 433. And supply at 3.7 Mcum, city has 117 days of Water supply.
Source WRD (Mah Govt) .
All Major and Minor reservoirs of Marathwada have a total live storage of only 7% as on date.
Jayakwadi has only 1% storage, and Lower Terna, Majalgaon and Manjra reservoirs 0% !
As the reasons were explained, rains were seen in the Eastern States of Odisha and W.Bengal, and NE last 3 days. And weak monsoons elsehwere.( Monsoon will be weak for a couple of days now in East also).
Monsoon remains weak in the Peninsula next week also. But as mentioned in the 1st July Post, Point no. 4), a WD will bring rains to Punjab (India and Pak), and to Kashmir, H.P. and Utterakhand. Nepal will benefit from the inter action of WD and Monsoon axis. All this from 7th July.
Point no. 5 of 1st July post holds valid, and S.W. Monsoon may move into Rest of Sindh and Pakistan from 7th July.
Article for Lokmat Times (4th July) on Aurangabad and Akola Regions on Current Weather Page.or see direct at Lokmat Times Site...Page 3