Tuesday, June 05, 2018

Rainfall from Pre-Monsoon TS ending at 5/06/2018:-

Thane:-7mm, Belapur:-47mm
Kalyan:-28mm, Titwala:-25. 5mm
Murbad:-14mm, Bhiwandi:-28mm
Shahpur:-6. 5mm, Ambernath:-34mm
Khopoli:-21. 5mm, Uran:-42. 5mm
Mahad:-32. 5mm, Mangaon:-60mm
Roha:-2mm, Nagothane:-2mm
Poladpur:-7mm, Shriwardhan:-21mm
Guhagar:-3. 5mm, Mandangad:-28mm
Pawas:-60mm, Rajapur:-26mm
Jaitapur:-6. 3mm, Lanja:-23mm
Malwan:-15mm, Sawantwadi:-14mm
Amboli:-1mm, Kankavli:-2mm
Kudal:-50mm, Vasai:-3mm
Virar:-12mm, Sinnar:-24mm

Information compiled by Vagarians abhijit and Abhishek.Map by Tejas

7 comments:

NilaY Rajnikant Wankawala said...

CREDIT AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT BUREAU OF METEREOLOGY

Issued 5 June 2018

The latest ENSO Wrap-Up and Climate Model Summary are now available on the Bureau's website.

El Niño–Southern Oscillation neutral, but tropical Pacific Ocean warming

The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains neutral—neither El Niño nor La Niña. Climate model consensus indicates that ENSO will continue in a neutral phase for at least the southern hemisphere winter.

Atmospheric and oceanic indicators of ENSO are largely neutral. Sea surface temperatures in the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean are now warmer than average, but remain well within the neutral range. In the tropical Pacific sub-surface, waters have warmed, and will likely lead to further warming of the surface of the ocean in the eastern Pacific in the coming weeks. In the atmosphere, the Southern Oscillation Index and trade winds are near-average.

Most international climate models indicate some further warming of the tropical Pacific Ocean is likely in the coming months. The amount of warming varies, with some models predicting close to the long-term average, but three of the eight models reach El Niño levels during spring.

During El Niño, rainfall in eastern Australian is typically below average during winter and spring. A neutral ENSO phase has little effect on Australian climate.

The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) remains neutral. All six international climate models surveyed by the Bureau anticipate that the IOD will remain neutral until at least the southern hemisphere spring.

More information

Media enquiries: (03) 9669 4057 media@bom.gov.au

Next update expected on 19 June 2018

Konkani Don said...

What about Chiplun sir??

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

Abizer Kachwala said...

Rajesh sir,please mention weather for nagothane and nearby areas in your forecast for the coming days.

Konkani Don said...

Monsoon to start in Mumbai on 8th June.
Your prediction was 14 June. 6 days late your prediction.

Mayank Rai said...

Hello, news of "extremely" heavy rains are doing the rounds in Mumbai. Skymet CEO is saying through twitter that it will be like a catastrophe. Please advise your views. June 7-10.

sridhar. rajagopalan said...

THE MUMBAI DOPPLER IS ALWAYS IN A STATE OF DYSFUNCTION... ANY IDEA WHY IT IS IN SUCH BAD STATE, I HAVE NEVER SEEN IT UPDATING ON REGULAR BASIS...

mails to the department is always unanswered...

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