Monday, October 12, 2015

South West Monsoon Toppers (All India) for the 2015 Season....Compiled By Pradeep.

Min 4000 mm

1.Mawsynaram, Meghalaya - 11492* ( To be re-confirmed)
2.Cherrapunji RKM, Meghalaya - N.A.
3.Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 10085
4.Hulikal, Karnataka - 5350
5.Mastikatte, Karnataka - 5102
6.Agumbe, Karnataka - 4943
7.Shiragaon, Maharashtra - 4921
8.Lamaj, Maharashtra - 4721
9.Yadur, Karnataka - 4704
10.Mani, Karnataka - 4458
11.Cogar, Karnataka - 4500
12.Talacauvery, Karnataka - 4451
13.Mulshi, Maharahstra - 4391
14.Nilkund, Karnataka - 4200
15.Kuttiyadi, Kerala ~ 4100
16.Walvan, Maharashtra - 4050
17.Patherpunj, Maharashtra - 4000
18.Kollur, Karnataka ~ 4000
19.Kerekatte, Karnataka - 4000 (till 31.08.2015)

Comparison with 2014 Toppers:

  1. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya -
  2. Cherrapunj, Meghalaya - 10235
  3. Talacauvery, Karnataka - 7912
  4. Hulikal, Karnataka - 7770
  5. Agumbe, Karnataka - 7640
  6. Surlabhi, Karnataka - 7180
  7. Yadur, Karnataka - 7149
  8. Mastikatte, Karnataka - 7141
  9. Nilkund, Karnataka - 7049
  10. Amboli, Maharashtra ~ 6912
  11. Mani Dam, Karnataka - 6634
  12. Mulshi, Maharashtra - 6402
  13. Kollur, Karnataka - 6324
  14. Kogar, Karnataka - 6090
  15. Amgaon, Karnataka - 6036
  16. Hosakere, Karnataka - 5928
  17. Kitwade, Maharashtra - 5900
  18. Naladi, Karnataka - 5851
  19. Kanakumbi, Karnataka - 5834
  20. Hongadahalla, Karnataka - 5832
  21. Castle Rock, Karnataka - 5802
  22. Gavali, Karnataka - 5709
  23. Kundal, Karnataka - 5700
  24. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra ~ 5700 
  25. Dabbaedka, Karnataka - 5519
  26. Kerveshe, Karnataka ~ 5500
  27. Aralagod, Karnataka ~ 5500

10 comments:

Shitij said...

If cherrapunji rkm data is not available then how can it be at 2nd place??

Vijayanand said...

Clear 20 to 25% deficiet for many stations in karnataka. Big crisis coming our way. From Jan to May end 2016 is going to be big trouble. God bless.

rajesh said...

Shitij: I understand what you say...but we are waiting for the figure...and we feel the figure should fit in 2nd place...otherwise we will change the ranks.

Nilay Wankawala said...

Credit Australian bureau of meteorology

Latest ENSO Wrap-Up issued 13 October 2015

The latest ENSO Wrap-Up and Climate Model Summary are now available on the Bureau's website.

Pacific and Indian oceans now reinforcing climate patterns
While the 2015 El Niño is the strongest seen since 1997, its equivalent in the Indian Ocean—the positive Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD)—is now at levels not seen since late 2006. The strong El Niño is expected to last until at least the end of the year before declining in the first quarter of 2016, however the positive Indian Ocean Dipole is expected to decay earlier, in November 2015.

Sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in the central to eastern tropical Pacific continue to warm, further entrenching El Niño, while waters south of Indonesia have cooled, strengthening the positive IOD. Likewise, waters to the north of Australia have also cooled over the past three weeks, which may further contribute to drier conditions.

Most international climate models surveyed by the Bureau of Meteorology indicate the anomalous warmth in the tropical Pacific Ocean is likely to peak around the end of 2015. Typically, El Niño peaks during the late austral spring or early summer, and weakens during late summer to autumn.

Four out of five international climate models suggest the strong positive IOD event will persist into November, but decline rapidly as the monsoon trough shifts south over the IOD region, changing the wind patterns. This change means the IOD pattern is no longer able to form in the ocean.

El Niño is usually associated with below-average spring rainfall over eastern Australia, and increased spring and summer daytime temperatures in Australia south of the tropics. A positive IOD typically reinforces the drying pattern, particularly in the southeast.

Narayanan Ky said...

Hi sir what is your prediction for nem this year

umer amin said...

Sir with due regard what is your prediction for rain/snow during this winter in the kashmir valley?

rajesh said...

Narayanan: Will put up an introduction on Wednesday....prediction being worked out.

Pradeep said...

Shitij

RKM has got more rains than Cherra but less than mawsyanarm. thats why its there in 2nd place. We dont know the exact rainfall.

rajesh said...

umer amin: i expect normal to slight above normal rain or snow this november and december...higher reaches will get by early november and middle reaches by mid november.Will put up more by Saturday 17th october in vagaries.

umer amin said...

Thank you and so nice of you sir,feeling priviliged