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12 in 44 years..Mumbai receives very heavy '24 hrs rain' at an average of once every 4 years
@Rohit Awesome data. Btw, I think it was 351mm on 13 July 2000 (not 17). You may also check and confirm.
Navi Mumbai continuous entire night continuing now as well.
Rajesh sir,presently its very cloudy ,and its raining moderately from 6_am....its cold too...what could be the reason fortodays rain...when would be the sun shining bright?
Congratulation to winners.... Santa Cruz 2017 received almost 1/3 rd of 2005 and then too situation was same in 2017 as 2005 in Mumbai suburban areas. Great data compilation Rohit.
Many parts of south and central bangalore over 900 mm for the year. Just 70 short of 20 year normal and 40 short of 100 year average. High chance we might reach annual rain this month itself.SO MUCH FOR ONE FELLOW WHO WAS STATING DESERTIFICATION OF BANGALORE....LOL
That's wonderful for Bangalore
Mumbai(Vihar) and Mumbai(Tulsi) have received more than 400 mms of rain on 30 Aug 2017 ..
Lalbagh lake in central bangalore is over flowing.Begur and Hulimavu lake in south bangalore quite full.More intense rains in immediate future can cause issues.
Hi RajeshA question regarding the monsoon axis and its impact on rainfall.Generally it is said that when the axis of the monsoon is close to Himalayas the foot hills of Himalayas get heavy rain and most of India experiences dry weather.Right now the axis of the monsoon is close to the Himalayas but foot hills of Himalayas are dry and sunny. What is the explanation for this?
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