Thursday, June 07, 2018

 Due to an unavoidable and beyond my control technical glitch, all the comments to the blog were stalled since last 20 days. I Have Not rejected any comment. Inconvenience is regretted.
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Posted Thursday 7th June 1 pm IST:

For Mumbai : Brief and minor revision in the rain amounts.
 

Thursday: A few Thunder showers.
Friday: Cloudy and we see the rain intensity increasing from evening/night. 

Saturday: Rain thunder showers in the day with strong gusty winds. Rainfall amount expected from Saturday morning-Sunday morning 24 hrs around 75/95 mms.
Sunday : Intermittent rains and strong winds. Frequent showers will be heavy with flooding in some areas. Rains amount expected from Sunday-morning-Monday morning 24 hrs about 100/110 mms.


Goa may get very heavy rains upto 200-225 mms on Friday/Saturday.
 

Rainfall ending in and around Mumbai on 7/06/2018 till 8:30am:-
Andheri(W):-34mm
BKC:-15mm
Borivali(Near SGNP):-15mm
Vagaries Club(Mahalaxmi):-14mm
Dadar:-7mm, Goregaon:-37mm
Grant Road Railway Station:-21.5mm
Iscon (Juhu):-26mm
Kandivali(W):-19mm
Kurla(W):-17mm, Lalbaug:-8mm
Malad:-16mm,  Mulund Railway Stn:-15mm
Nariman Point:-23mm, Domestic Airport(Santacruz):-18mm
Sakinaka:-28mm, Wadala:-14mm
Santacruz Railway Station:-18mm
Sion Koliwada:-15.4mm, Deonar:-19mm
Dharavi:-12.5mm, Badlapur:-25mm



6 comments:

Salim Ramani said...

Rajesh Sir

Please share your views (Forecasting) about Jabalpur (East M.P)
When will Pre-Monsoon rain & When will Monsoon advance in Jabalpur ?

Thanks

sridhar. rajagopalan said...

Rajesh, by any chance as the trough weekend ....?and tilting more towards the sea, thereby a probability of lesser rain for Mumbai than expected...

ANOOP RAWAT said...

Sir your view on Delhi -NCR

sset said...

Arabian sea has been hyperactive 2018 season. 2 cyclones gave torrential rains to Middle east, recent low over SW India gave more rains to sea rather than interiors of KAR. Pre-monsoon over south India will vanish once monsoon sets with torrential falls over Maharashtra/Gujarat. Maharashtra last 4 years has been topper - Konkan gets more rain than cherrapunji and Augumbe. Unfortunately rains over Cauvery catchment is continuously decreasing for last 5 years mainly due to loss of trees!

shiekhz said...

Sir upper level trough is seen over sindh on 10th, any chance of thunderstorm?

rajesh said...

sridhar:Our forecast was for a cloudy Friday...with rains at night.
Not lesser rains than what Vagaries estimated...lesser than the hype creates !

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