Saturday, September 30, 2017


MONSOON REPORT (01-6-2017 TO 30-9-2017)  
TOTAL ALL INDIA RAINFALL (as on 30-9-2017) 841.3 mm
SEASON +/- -5.21%


Maharashtra ghat area seasonal rainfall:


Maharashtra &Goa coastal region seasonal rainfall:


Mumbai MMR seasonal rainfall : (data by Abhijit Modak)


(All maps are prepared by Tejas Baxi)

ALL INDIA SUBDIVISIONAL RAINFALL FIGURES:

REGION EAST AND NORTHEAST INDIA
SUBDIVISION ACTUAL    NORMAL DEP +/-
Nagaland Mizoram Manipur Tripura 1870.7   1496.9   25%
SHWB & SIKKIM 2039.8   2006.2   2%
GANGETIC WEST BENGAL 1133   1167.9   -3%
BIHAR 936.8   1027.6   -9%
ASSAM & MEGHALAYA 1614.5   1792.8   -10%
JHARKHAND 978.8   1091.9   -10%
ARUNACHAL PRADESH 1572.3   1768   -11%
REGION  NORTHWEST INDIA    
SUBDIVISION ACTUAL    NORMAL DEP +/-
WEST RAJASTHAN 365.6   263.2   39%
JAMMU & KASHMIR 545.4   534.6   2%
UTTARAKHAND 1199   1229.1   -2%
EAST RAJASTHAN 566.1   615.8   -8%
HIMACHAL PRADESH 720.7   825.3   -13%
PUNJAB 384.9   491.9   -22%
HAR. CHD & DELHI 345.8   466.3   -26%
EAST UTTAR PRADESH 648.4   897.6   -28%
WEST UTTAR PRADESH 531.1   769.4   -31%
REGION  CENTRAL INDIA      
SUBDIVISION ACTUAL    NORMAL DEP +/-
SAURASHTRA & KUTCH 646.3   477.5   35%
MADHYA MAHARASHTRA 852.5   729.3   17%
KONKAN & GOA 3206   2914.7   10%
GUJARAT REGION 995.3   914.7   9%
MARATHWADA 642.4   682.9   -6%
ODISHA 1051.7   1149.9   -9%
CHHATTISGARH 1039.4   1153.3   -10%
WEST MADHYA PRADESH 738   876.1   -16%
VIDARBHA 731.5   954.6   -23%
EAST MADHYA PRADESH 795.8   1051.2   -24%
REGION SOUTH PENINSULA    
SUBDIVISION ACTUAL    NORMAL DEP +/-
TAMILNADU & PONDICHERY 414.1   317.2   31%
RAYALASEEMA 506.1   398.3   27%
COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH 662.8   581.1   14%
LAKSHADWEEP 1108.3   998.5   11%
N. I. KARNATAKA 522.9   506   3%
S. I. KARNATAKA 670.3   660   2%
A & N ISLAND 1526   1682.5   -9%
KERALA 1857.4   2039.6   -9%
TELANGANA 657.4   755.2   -13%
COASTAL KARNATAKA 2596.3   3083.8   -16%
source  IMD
 

17 comments:

Vinod Desai said...

Thanks for this valuable knowledge we are getting on this site ..
Thanks to the team behind who works hard to share this information to the readers.
Matheran has got a great monsoon this time.
North and cebtral parts of konkan have rocked.

NilaY Rajnikant Wankawala said...

Great efforts by team members of vagaries of weather in compiling and presenting such data within no time. Tejas and Abhijit and other vagarians really appreciate your time efforts and energy.

Shivkumar Mogal said...

Cherrapunji rainfall statistics till 30 Sep

Jan-Feb 480.6 mm
Mar-May 3051.5 mm
June-Sep 7632.2 mm

Annual total: 11164.3 mm (Till 30 Sep)

Highest 24 hrs rainfall 638.2 mm on 17 June 2017.

NilaY Rajnikant Wankawala said...

GSB sir grear efforts as always sir.

Shreyas Dhavale said...

Excellent efforts by all the Vagarians involved in compiling and presenting this rainfall data! Lets see how much rain do we get in the transition months of October and November (non NEM regions). Would be interesting to watch out for tropical activity in north Indian Ocean basin.

ROHIT AROSKAR said...

Matheran averages 5000 mms during monsoons

Konkani Don said...

Konkan & Goa subdivision is getting excess rains in the monsoon year by year.

Look at imd hydrology website and check statistics of seasonal rainfall from 2010 to 2016. Konkan & Goa got 4 excess rainfall years, 2 Normal and 1 deficient.

Is it climate change?

sset said...

Exactly Konkani Don - that is what I used to say....
Konkan/Maharashtra is becoming wetter - maybe not all years but leading all other states including erstwhile giants like Karnataka,Kerala leaving them far behind. Apparently climate changes + increased green initiatives by MAHA govt by massive tree plantations (50 crores) is a good asset. Anyway time will say....MAHA also has issues but comparatively better..

Mention about OLR has factor for monsoon - actually we have long/short length....
Everything that has a temperature gives off electromagnetic radiation (light). The sun is extremely hot and has a lot of energy to give, so it gives off shortwave radiation because shortwave radiation contains higher amounts of energy The earth is much cooler, but still emits radiation. Earth’s radiation is emitted as longwave because longwave radiation contains a smaller amount of energy. Shortwave radiation (visible light) contains a lot of energy; longwave radiation (infrared light) contains less energy than shortwave radiation (shortwave radiation has a shorter wavelength than longwave radation). Solar energy enters our atmosphere as shortwave radiation in the form of ultraviolet (UV) rays (the ones that give us sunburn) and visible light. The sun emits shortwave radiation because it is extremely hot and has a lot of energy to give off. Once in the Earth’s atmosphere, clouds and the surface absorb the solar energy. The ground heats up and re-emits energy as longwave radiation in the form of infrared rays. Earth emits longwave radiation because Earth is cooler than the sun and has less energy available to give off.


sset said...

Thanks GSB,TEJAS,Rohit for detailed statistics - very good summarization... maybe needs to be published in all newspapers...

rajesh said...

Ever dependable GSB.. Superb as usual... Good summary of rainy season.

rajesh said...

The South West Monsoon withdrawal line (Vagaries') remains same as the line given on 29th of September. Strong UAC over Interior Karnataka has brought heavy rains in SIK and NIK,
A UAC is likely to form off the Maharashtra coast on 7th Oct. May descend as a Low in the same position.
Will decide the further withdrawal of Monsoon line in a day or two after seeing the development of this "to form" system.

An isolated thunder shower possible in Mumbai in some parts on Monday 2nd Oct...mainly no rain on 3rd and 4th October.
The UAC may bring some rains on 7th Oct...will be reviewed again.

parshuram shinde said...

Sir near mumbai satellite image shows thik cloud development..any chances rain today

rajesh said...

parshuram: this what what we see is the initial formation of the UAC formation which i mentioned in my comment above..which i expected on 7th..UAC is formed at 700 level sloping to 850 level Southwards.Since it has formed 3/4 days in advance , leyt us see the development.

Rash Brawler said...

Oh my! I think we will have to hold on to the moth-balling of the Umbrellas then

Just when we thought the Dry weather is finally here. We have already crossed our yearly rain quota by a mile!! Are we going to see rain / thunderstorms today?

NT

rajesh said...

NT: Have put up my rain estimate in comment above, so with the UAC advancing, expect raains this weekend...shall update on blog tonight

Prasad Godse said...

Imd forecast very heavy rain with lighting
In all over maharashtra from 5 to 13 Oct.
Will it going to happen..??
Rajesh sir plz update.

rajesh said...

Prasad: Yes, rains with thunder is expected in Mah from this weekend. Heavier rains in Marathwada expected, and parts of Madhya Mah...Like i mentioned few days ago, Mumbai will get rains this weekend. Will update tomorrow