Friday, November 10, 2017

WEEKEND SPECIAL..
HIGHEST RAINFALL(2017) OVER INDIAN SUBCONTINENT..
(THIS EFFORT IS BEST VIEWED ON A LAPTOP)

1. Annual rainfall over Indian subcontinent major cities and Bangkok

2. Highest annual rainfall over Indian subcontinent and Thailand

3. HIGHEST SEASONAL RAINFALL ..STATE/COUNTRY WISE ..WITH 3D MAP 
 
1.HIGHEST ANNUAL RAINS (1 JAN - 31 OCT)..CITIES
 
TABLE 1 ..CITIES ARE ARRANGED IN DESCENDING ORDER OF RAINFALL RECEIVED  
CITY
LOCATION
RAINFALL (IN mms)
 
 
1 Jan - 31 Oct
MUMBAI
BORIVLI
3625
CHITTAGONG
 
3538
NAVI MUMBAI
ULWE
3350
 
 
 
DHAKA
 
2636
BANGKOK
CITY
2573
 
 
 
KOLKATA
PALAM
1910
BENGALURU
CITY
1666
 
 
 
CHENNAI
AIRPORT
1340 (till 9 Nov)
SURAT
 
1329
ISLAMABAD
AIRPORT
1316
HYDERABAD
CHARMINAR
1290
AHMEDABAD
 
1157
NAGPUR
AIRPORT
1070
 
 
 
KATHMANDU
 
925
PUNE
SHIVAJINAGAR
900
DELHI
NEW DELHI
810
LAHORE
 
609
 
 
 
KARACHI
MASROOR BASE
254
 
 
 2.HIGHEST ANNUAL RAINS (1 JAN - 31 OCT 2017)
 
 TABLE 2 .. LOCATIONS ARE ARRANGED IN DESCENDING ORDER OF RAINFALL     
COUNTRY
REGION
LOCATION
RAIN (IN mms)
STATE
 
 
1 Jan - 31 Oct 
MEGHALAYA
KHASI HILLS
MAWSYNRAM*
12500 *(provisional)
 
 
CHERRAPUNJI
11872
 
 
 
 
MAHARASHTRA
WESTERN GHATS
SHIRGAON
9000
 
 
LAMAJ
7500
 
 
TAMHINI
7000
 
 
 
 
BANGLADESH
BASE OF KHASI HILLS 
SUNAMGANJ
6800
 
 
 
 
KARNATAKA
WESTERN GHATS
AGUMBE
6000
 
 
 
 
MAHARASHTRA
MATHERAN HILLS
MATHERAN
5435
 
 
 
 
WEST BENGAL
DUARS
BANARHAT
5350
 
 
 
 
MIZORAM
 
LUNGLEI DISTRICT
5200
 
 
 
 
ASSAM
DUARS
CHIRANG DISTRICT
5000
 
 
 
 
ARUNACHAL
 
LOWER DIBANG
4800
 
 
 
 
THAILAND
 
RANONG
4530
 
 
 
 
MAHARASHTRA
MUMBAI
VIHAR
4506


3.HIGHEST SEASONAL RAINFALL (1 JUN - 31 OCT )

REFER INDIAN SUBCONTINENT 3D MAP BELOW TABLE 3..
 
 TABLE 3 ..HIGHEST SEASONAL RAINS (1 JUN - 31 OCT 2017)
 STATES ARE ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY            
STATE/U.T. (INDIA)
REGION 
LOCATION (NO. on MAP)
RAINFALL (IN mms)
 
 
 
1 Jun - 31 Oct
ANDAMAN NICOBAR
 
PORT BLAIR
2427
ANDHRA PRADESH
EASTERN GHATS
MUNCHINGIPUTTU (24)
2000
 
RAYALASEEMA
AROGYAVARAM (35)
1101
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
 
LOWER DIBANG DISTRICT
3615
ASSAM
DUARS
CHIRANG DISTRICT (11)
3897
BIHAR
TERAI
GAUNAHA (21)
2299
CHATTISGARH
 
SUKMA DISTRICT (29)
1734
DADRA NAGAR HAVELI
 
 
3173
DAMAN DIU
 
DAMAN
2525
DELHI
 
NEW DELHI DISTRICT
701
GOA
 
VALPOI (12)
3564
GUJARAT
SOUTH
KAPRADA (13)
3328
 
COASTAL
DAMANGANGA
3049
 
NORTH
KALOL
1738
 
SAURASHTRA
TRIVENI THANGA (30)
1710
 
KUTCH
SUVI
844
HARYANA
 
YAMUNANAGAR DISTRICT
814
HIMACHAL PRADESH
 
DHARAMSALA (15)
2793
JAMMU KASHMIR
 
RIASI DISTRICT (25)
1967
JHARKHAND
 
JAMSHEDPUR (19)
2443
KARNATAKA
WESTERN GHATS
AGUMBE (5)
5774
KERALA
 
KASARGOD DISTRICT (16)
2771
LAKSHADWEEP
 
AGATHI
1420
MADHYA PRADESH
PLAINS
KHANDWA (32)
1676
 
SATPURA HILLS
PACHMARHI
1631
MAHARASHTRA
WESTERN GHATS
SHIRGAON (2)
8827
 
WESTERN GHATS
LAMAJ (4)
7331
 
MATHERAN HILLS
MATHERAN (6)
5429
 
MUMBAI 
VIHAR (8)
4502
 
VIDARBHA
CHAMORSHI (23)
2009
 
SATPURA HILLS
TORANMAL (27)
1808
 
MARATHWADA
RENAPUR (34)
1351
MANIPUR
 
IMPHAL WEST DISTRICT
2879
MEGHALAYA
KHASI HILLS
MAWSYNRAM* (1)
8925 *(provisional)
 
 
CHERRAPUNJI (3)
8340
MIZORAM
 
LUNGLEI DISTRICT
4431
NAGALAND
 
DIMAPUR DISTRICT
1616
ORISSA
 
MALKANGIRI (22)
2044
PUNJAB
 
GURDASPUR DISTRICT (36)
1009
RAJASTHAN
ARAVALLI HILLS
MT.ABU (14)
3280
 
THAR DESERT
GUDAMALANI (37)
823
SIKKIM
 
NORTH SIKKIM DISTRICT (20)
2407
TELANGANA
 
BURGAMPADU (33)
1394
TRIPURA
 
KAILASAHAR (18)
2499
UTTARAKHAND
GARHWAL
DEHRADUN (26)
1919
 
KUMAON
BANBASA (28)
1760
UTTAR PRADESH
TERAI
KAKARAHI (31)
1694
WEST BENGAL
DUARS
HASIMARA (10)
4212
 
GANGETIC PLAINS
BANKURA (17)
2684
 
 
 
 
COUNTRY
REGION 
LOCATION (NO. on MAP)
RAINFALL (IN mms)
BANGLADESH
BASE OF KHASI HILLS
SUNAMGANJ (7)
4800
NEPAL
SUB HIMALAYAS
LUMLE (9)
4240
THAILAND
SOUTH WEST COAST
RANONG
3379
 
(MYANMAR BORDER)
 
 
 
INDIAN SUBCONTINENT 3D MAP.. STATE/REGIONWISE HIGHEST SEASONAL RAINS

SIRUVANI DAM (WESTERN GHATS OF TAMILNADU) HAS RECEIVED NEARLY 3000 mms OF RAINS ..

AT WESTERN GHATS OF MAHRASHTRA -- 9 STATIONS HAVE RECEIVED MORE THAN 6000 mms OF RAINS and NUMEROUS STATIONS HAVE RECEIVED OVER 5000 mms ..
  
(Thanks to Abhishek Apte for Mumbai -Borivali rain data of Table 1)

11 comments:

rajesh said...

very nice and great effort Rohit...Vagaries is proud to have Rohit as co-author.

Paresh Shah said...

Super-duper efforts! Thank you so much for displaying data in this manner.

Srikanth said...

Very well presented Rohit. Keep it up

NilaY Rajnikant Wankawala said...

Superb Rohit.... although being on desktop I enjoyed your work- what a painstaking effort- immediately caught my attention as your presnetation staretd with my City Mumbai Borivali :-)

Ron said...

nicely done as always by Rohit..Btw loved the Indian map used.

Abhijit said...

@ Rohit. As usual superb representation. Very painstaking task to display such table in ease of comfort for bloggers to read the same ☺

ROHIT AROSKAR said...

Thanks Rajesh sir,Paresh,Srikanth,Nilay, Ronnie , Abhijit for your encouraging words..

Avtansh said...

Awesome, Rohit!

RaghuN said...

Great Data Rohit! such a collation and formatting is a delight for rain trackers.
Do you have any data for Amgaon and Hulikal which always used to be close to Agumbe in figures? I suspect they failed to cross 600cm.
Thanks
Raghu

Cumulus Arjun said...

Wow Brilliant! Outstanding rohit sir!

ROHIT AROSKAR said...

Thanks Avtansh, Raghu,Arjun