Bangalore's actual seasonal rain was less and deficit in mms was more this was the story till yesterday !! As Bangalore recorded 129mm seasonal rain since 01-06-2017 till 14-08-2017 so deficit was standing on -133mm which was below normal from departure ! And almost same was with Bangalore HAL as recorded 116 mms seasonal rain since 01-06-2017 till 14-08-2017 so deficit was standing on -111mm
But Independence Day started with Massive Rains overnight so all the seasonal deficit got wiped out in just span of 3-4hrs Thunderstorm rain !
Bangalore HAL recorded 144 mms & Bangalore city 129 mms rainfall ending 8.30am today on 15-08-2017.
Not only seasonal deficit got wiped out but Bangalore HAL Airport broken it's previous 103 mm highest rainfall record in 24 hrs for Aug month which was set on 12-08-1996 by setting new record of 144 mms in 24hrs today !
Also Blore city August total so far stands at 174mm till today against the normal 147mm ! So above of normal Aug avg in first half of month itself.
Bangalore Urban Dist rainfall in below map which clearly shows very heavy to moderate rainfall was well distributed over the region:
Back to home, Mumbai MMR in N.Konkan which is in break SWM period from past 15 days,sees an sudden surge of rainfall yesterday which proved one of the best widespread rain spell of August 2017 till today as with many stations scoring half centuries & also registering century in twin city of Kalyan-Dombivli. Below Map of Rainfall:
Click on both links for video: Badlapur 50mm in 1hr starting of spell in form of time-lapse(14-08-2017)
Time lapse of clouds rolling(15-08-2017)