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Taken from Kea Weather blog : Entire AP in worst drought...A situation that arises once in a century...All the projects and reservoirs in AP and Telangana got independence from Human usage..Literally all major projects dried up..Worst drought for Kurnool chittor Nellore Prakasam Anantapur Godavari delta Hyderabad Rangareddy Medak Mahaboobnagar Nalgonda....Tirupati and kadapa is under major drought as all the local dams and also no water from srisailam this year
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Thanks for the information rohit.Hope september brings some strong monsoon rains for konkan and marathwada.
Some part of southern Haryana /NCR getting heavy rain
Thanks for the data, shows how poor this monsoon season has been so far, very sad figures. If available can you post the data for Surlabhi, Shantalli, Kuduremukh in Karnataka and Wayanad in Kerala.
Again WEST RAJ received very good rains - as per IMD it was vigorous today !!! No probability of withdrawal. Vidarbha Nagpur almost near 900 mm performing quite well few more spells will cross 1000 mm but if we add good pre-monsoon april/may rains it will be still more. Meanwhile after 3 months of rain .. Navi Mumbai skies bright with sun on and off...birds again back to happy days...
Thanks for the encouraging words @ Vinod and Royath.Surlabhi : 2407 mms (1 Jun - 28 Jul 2015)Shantalli : 1562 mms (1Jun - 3 Aug 2015) Kerekatte : 3559 mms (1 Jun - 12 Aug 2015)
Rajesh sir why this monsoon every time its raining in Delhi Palam gets more rains than sfd.
Thanks again Rohit for all the trouble, looking at the figures it's a very dire situation with peak monsoon season over. This is bound to precipitate water wars between KA&TN in summer months. Praying for a miraculous turnaround.
Very heavy rain in bangalore on sunday night.Areas around Bangalore:Avalahalli (GP) 144mmBidarahalli 126mmKengeri(2) 136mmGarudacharpalya 80.5mmBasavanapura 116mmsource keaweather [praveen]
Anoop: No particular reason that i see of Palam getting much more rains...it just happens to come in the "line of thunder clouds' as they form and travel...Thanks for the info Vijayanand.
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