Monday, July 11, 2016

Monsoon Feast continues in Maharashtra

Mumbai's Tulsi Lake Overflows...For more on Lakes see Mumbai Page
Massive numbers for rainfall ending 8.30 am on 11.07.2016.

22 comments:

Vinod Desai said...

Sir,
when will north gujarat(patan), kutch receive rains. There is hardly any rain till date.

Sarvesh said...

How r the overall averages looking for maha & India?

sset said...

Best widespread extreme rains over MAHA..excess++.
June Konkan was in extreme zone,July all madhya,marthwada,vidarbha entered into excess zone all in duration of 5-10 days!
Hope southern India interiors gets these kind of rains...Cauvery river position any update? Mysore,Mandya....very less rain just 90mm since june. Apparently Kerala also is showing very weak SWM...

sset said...

Even GUJ received widespread 3 digit rains today! 2-3 more spells Mahabaleshwar may overtake Augumbe.

Zohair said...

Sir nothing for us?

Saurabh Dwivedi said...

Dear SSET
Since you are living in Mumbai you have missed the good news with regard to rainfall coming in from southern India.
Refer to the season rainfall totals. The entire region has got good surplus. The highest surplus is for Rayalseema at +45%.
http://imdpune.gov.in/Seasons/Pre_Monsoon/seasonal-rain.jpg
I hope you will not compare the absolute rainfall numbers of interior southern peninsula and Konkan. Some parts of interior peninsula do not receive much rain from south west monsoon but that is something known to all of us who follow this blog.
Regards
Saurabh

Avtansh said...

Hi Saurabh, sset is a troll (just like many on social media these days). He doesn't even divulge his name/identity. Please ignore him. All the old timers on the blog know this and hence we don't bother to respond. Thanks.

Hrishikesh said...

Sir what is the forecast for Mumbai Mumbai has been receiving high winds but rains are for very short intervals but are heavy

Atul said...

Hi Sir,
As per some sites new system in Indian Ocean is created named as 90s and visible on tmd and null school located at 5s,75e. How that would affect current monsoon ?

Thanks,
Atul

Atul said...

Hi Avantash ,
Yes sset is like troll and as a follower of this blog since few years we tend to ignore. But this kind of divide/comparison still hurts. This blog crosses national boundaries too, gets updates about Pakistan , Nepal. If you this side we feel good but other side looking by sset's divide/comparison comments you feels irritated. So sincere request to sset, please stop comparison. I know these have been made in past years too and no success but one more try :)
Thanks
Atul.

Nilay Wankawala said...

Sir since 40 days are over tht comes to arrd 1/3 of season. Can you oblige readers about how overall swm 2016 has performed looking at its spatial distribution. A brief note if possible. Sorry readers are too demanding :-).

Cumulus Arjun said...

Sir, when will heavy rains again hit Mumbai? Nowadays only passing heavy showers for only 2-5 minutes.

Anand Agarwal said...

sir, wat abt kolkata rain. any major system originating in north north bob

Vijayanand said...

Avantash and Atul, Friends you are right
Because of SSET , I do not post few messages on vagaries of weather any more. Especially those which focuses on some negative information related to southern peninsula.

SSET relentless and constant attack on southern peninsula would eventually demotivate a lot of folks from posting here.
Its so sad. We are all rain lovers and not participants in 8.00 pm TV political shows.

rajesh said...

Vinod: I have mentioned rains for North Gujarat. Kutch will get some rains on Wednesday as Monsoon moves in.

Sarvesh/Nilay: GSB will be putting up his analyses by 16th July.

Atul: Normally, at this stage of the Monsoon having set in, a system in the 5S area will not affect our Monsoon. We need strong undisturbed cross Equatorial flow only in the pre monsoon period. Now the pressure gradients and upper winds will do the job.

Hrishikesh/Arjun: It is Mumbai City's bad luck that in spite of thick overcast skies, we do not see precipitation. Due to lower humidity in upper atmosphere, the condensation levels of clouds has risen. Meaning, same clouds would have precipitated with favourable conditions. Now, we see similar conditions till Wednesday. As upper winds are tending to turn SW, we may see a slight improvement for a couple of days in Mumbai rains. But, the places where the rains are required gets good precipitation, so that's a relief.
But, as the UAC over MP / Gujarat moves away, we may see lesser cloudings for a few days.

Nilay Wankawala said...

Thanks sir

Sarvesh said...

BiRelief for maharashtra, dams surpassed the last year levels, they are filled 29 pc vs 27 on same day last year. So we can say thoda hai thode ki jaroorat hai

Nilay Wankawala said...

Mumbai Lake levels updates visit

http://wonderfulmumbai.com/mumbai-monsoon-mumbai-lake-levels-flood-risk-high-tide-dates/

I guess it shows current date but data are updated till previous day,but gets updated everyday thats what i observed past 3 4 days.

Vijayanand said...

The site:
https://www.ksndmc.org/Weather_info.aspx
can be used to find rainfall in karnataka

Wish to know whether we have similar website to capture rainfall data for mumbai and surrounding areas.

Srivathsa said...

http://imdmumbai.gov.in/scripts/latest.asp?releaseId=EWD

Try this Vijayanand

Vijayanand said...

Thanks Srivathsa for the information

Atul said...

Thanks sir for explanation :)