Friday, June 30, 2017


MONSOON REPORT (01-6-2017 TO 30-6-2017)
TOTAL ALL INDIA RAINFALL (as on 30-6-2017) 170.2 mm
SEASON +/- + 4 %
TO ACHIEVE BY 30TH SEPTEMBER          required rainfall per day------->    mm
MINIMUM                              700   mm 5.76
AVERAGE                                890   mm 7.82
MAXIMUM                          1100   mm 10.11
CURRENT RAINFALL PER DAY  5.67 mm
TOP FIVE SUBDIVISIONS THIS MONTH    mm
KONKAN & GOA 834.80
COASTAL KARNATAKA 829.80
KERALA 580.30
LAKSHADWEEP 522.00
Nagaland Mizoram Manipur Tripura 509.90
BOTTOM FIVE SUBDIVISIONS THIS MONTH     mm
SAURASHTRA & KUTCH 82.30
WEST RAJASTHAN 81.80
WEST UTTAR PRADESH 80.70
EAST UTTAR PRADESH 50.50
TAMILNADU & PONDICHERY 47.90
TOP FIVE SUBDIVISIONS ABOVE NORMAL (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017)   
WEST RAJASTHAN 174.00%
HAR. CHD & DELHI 162.00%
PUNJAB 148.00%
JAMMU & KASHMIR 144.00%
LAKSHADWEEP 58.00%
BOTTOM FIVE SUBDIVISIONS BELOW NORMAL (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017)
S. I. KARNATAKA -23.00%
ARUNACHAL PRADESH -25.00%
JHARKHAND -38.00%
BIHAR -50.00%
EAST UTTAR PRADESH -53.00%
TOP TEN DISTRICTS THIS MONTH mm
EAST KHASI HILLS (meghalaya) 1537.9
UDUPI (karnataka) 1194.1
LUNGLEI (mizoram) 1036.0
RATNAGIRI (maharashtra) 938.9
RAIGARH (maharashtra) 919.9
KARIMGANJ (assam) 910.5
NORTH GOA (goa) 884.1
KASARGOD (kerala) 858.7
SINDHUDURG (maharashtra) 856.2
LOWER DIBANG VALLEY (arunachal pradesh) 848.4
BOTTOM TEN DISTRICTS THIS MONTH mm
CHAMARAJANAGAR (karnataka) 13.1
CHANDAULI (uttar pradesh) 13
GARHWA (jharkhand) 12.4
MAU (uttar pradesh) 12
VIRUDHUNAGAR (tamil nadu) 10
KARUR (tamil nadu) 9.8
FATEHPUR (uttar pradesh) 6.5
KARGIL (jammu & kashmir) 4
SANTRAVIDASNAGAR (uttar pradesh) 3
TUTICORIN (tamil nadu) 1.2
TOP TEN DISTRICTS ABOVE NORMAL (1-6-2017 TO 30-6-2017)
MUKTSAR (punjab) 476.00%
BARNALA (punjab) 468.00%
JHAJJAR (harayana) 448.00%
RIASI (jammu & kashmir) 419.00%
KAPURTHALA (punjab) 397.00%
MOGA (punjab) 393.00%
LEH AND LADAKH (jammu & kashmir) 391.00%
BATHINDA (punjab) 323.00%
ALIGARH (uttar pradesh) 308.00%
REWARI (harayana) 298.00%
BOTTOM TEN DISTRICTS BELOW NORMAL (1-6-2017 TO 30-6-2017)
THOUBAL (manipur) -84.00%
CHANDAULI (uttar pradesh) -84.00%
BUXAR (bihar) -85.00%
TAWANG (arunachal pradesh) -87.00%
PILHIBHIT (uttar pradesh) -88.00%
GARHWA (jharkhand) -90.00%
MAU (uttar pradesh) -90.00%
KODARMA (jharkhand) -92.00%
FATEHPUR (uttar pradesh) -92.00%
SANTRAVIDASNAGAR (uttar pradesh) -96.00%
TOTAL ABOVE AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017)    19 (63%)
TOTAL BELOW AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017)    11 (37%)
source: IMD

17 comments:

rohit aroskar said...

With more than 20 mms of rain , Leh seems to have broken its June monthly record

GSB said...

I just noticed that I have not been giving rainfall figures in mm for above and below normal subdivisions/districts..will add those from july onwards..

GSB said...

Thanks to Rohit...I saw his comment on Leh and noticed the oversight on my part.

Nilay Wankawala said...

Appreciating GSB sir's painstaking effort to release such compilation in no time. Congratulations.

rohit aroskar said...

With 415 mms at Jawhar today ,North konkan completes hattrick of 400 mms ( 24 hrs rain) in 8 days ..

sset said...

Add to this GUJ - Saurashtra-Kutch in floods - 300-400m many places. 3rd time since june such extreme rain have occurred.
Southern India is in quiet mode - fear is it is following worst 2016 pattern (after june no rain???

sset said...
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sset said...

GUJ army on alert - best widespread rain. UAC + low pressure unleashes torrential rains 5th time. Below from IMD all in cms.

SIDDHPUR (DIST PATAN) 33, DANTIWADA (DIST BANASKANTHA) 22, RADHANPUR (DIST PATAN) 18, PALANPUR (DIST BANASKANTHA) 15, HARIJ (DIST PATAN) 15, SATLASANA (DIST MEHSANA) 15, SAMI (DIST PATAN) 14, SILVASSA (DIST DADARA & NAGAR HAVELI) 13, KAPRADA (DIST VALSAD) 12, VADGAM (DIST BANASKANTHA) 11, VAPI (DIST VALSAD) 11, KODINAR (DIST GIR SOMNATH) 35, TANKARA (DIST MORBI) 28, WANKANER (DIST MORBI) 17, MORBI (DIST MORBI) 15, DHRANGADHRA (DIST SURENDRANAGAR) 15, SUTRAPADA (DIST GIR SOMNATH) 14, HALVAD (DIST MORBI) 14

When will such rains occur over TN / Rayalseema / Cauvery basin requires such spells....

Nilay Wankawala said...

Rajesh sir has taken a punitive action by deleting one of the comment posted here I guess.....

sset said...

Cauvery protest started between KAR and TN. It is high time weather scientist wakeup - Cauvery catchment areas becoming drier every passing year, KAR/TN droughts increasing- Modi government should start linking Cauvery river with MAHA rivers.

2017 monsoon seems to be dominated only by MAHA and to some extent GUJ (which will soon become excess)
Drought intensifies over Rayalseema,Anatapur,TN. Anantapur - mass exodus of people have started no water.

Shripad Nadiger said...

Very heavy rains here in Mira Road (North Mumbai)

Shripad Nadiger said...

Rains have decreased significantly after pounding for over two hours.

KHYATI PANDIT said...

On n off heavy rain here in Mira road n bhayander from 5pm....n still continuing...sir your forecasts needed for the week....as per skymet articles ..rain may reduce in Mumbai...is it so....

Deepak Kotian said...

Sir rain forecast for next week

Shripad Nadiger said...

Sunny day here in Mira Road (North Mumbai). Guess the rains have a taken a break or is it the silence before storm?

ugaap said...

TOTAL ABOVE AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017) 19 (63%)
TOTAL BELOW AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017) 11 (27%)

should it be

TOTAL ABOVE AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017) 19 (63%)
TOTAL BELOW AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2017 to 30-6-2017) 11 (37%)

GSB said...

Thanks Ugaap for pointing out the error.

Ten percent any day makes a lot of difference in any analysis. Especially pertaining to Indian Monsoons !!