Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Posted 11th July:
Data compiled by Abhijit and Map by Tejas




Wet July (10 days) for Mumbai this Monsoon.
Santa Cruz received 869 mms of rain in the first 10 days of July. The season's total now stands at 1662 mms.
Well, let's see, the wettest July ever for Scruz was in 2014 when July recorded 1469 mms in the month. 600 mms more to catch up in 20 days !
The current record for the fastest 2000 mms at Santa Cruz was in 1965, when it touched 2000 mms on 30th July, in 60 days. Followed by 2005 when the total was surpassed on 31st July, in 61 days.
 

Is Mumbai in for the fastest 2000 mms ever ? Will it beat the previous record of 60 days this year ?
Short this year by 338 mms and 20 days to go to beat the record for fastest ever total of 2000 mms !

Colaba, just for the records, has crossed 2000 mms by July 3 times. In 1886, 1907 and 1991. But, we are still way behind for this station to cross 2000 mms by July end.603 mms to recover stilll for the fastest 2000 mms.

Colaba has managed 609 mms in July this year, with the seasonal total at 1397 mms.

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From Pradeep: 
 Race to 3000 mm in South West Monsoon 2018, who will reach it first Rainfall from 01.06.2018 to 10.07.2018
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1. Agumbe, Karnataka - 2807
2. Kollur, Karnataka - 2771
3. Hulikal, Karnataka - 2761
4. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 2638
5. Masitkatte, Karnataka - 2624
6. Yadur, Karnataka - 2621
7. Kuttiyadi, Kerala - 2484
8. Anasi, Karnataka - 2381
9. Bhagamandala, Karnataka - 2347
10. Thariyode, Kerala - 2302

6 comments:

ANOOP RAWAT said...

Mumbai can cross fastest 2000mm at both station

Vinod Desai said...

None station from maharashtra.
All south india.

ANOOP RAWAT said...

Can anyone tell how much rainfall Munsiyari in uttrakhand has received from June 1.

Abhijit Modak said...

Amboli (Sindhudurg) 2589 mm seasonal rainfall till 10-07-2018

CHENNAI WEATHER 1 said...

Above 2000mm Rainfall data Maharashtra From June 1 to July 15

RAIGAD DISTRICT

Matheran – 2429.5 mm

Mhasla – 2452.6 mm

Tala – 2183.3 mm

Bhira – 2470 mm

Mahad – 2117.2 mm

Mangaon – 2115 mm

SINDHUDURG DISTRICT

Kankavli – 2038 mm

Kudal – 2011.7 mm

Malvan – 2111 mm

Sawantwadi – 2154 mm

Vengurla – 2040.4 mm

Vaibhawadi – 2091.9 mm

RATNAGIRI DISTRICT

Khed – 2097.6 mm

Lanja – 2362.4 mm

Rajapur – 2634.5 mm

Ratnagiri – 2295.3 mm

Sangameshwar – 2175 mm

CHENNAI WEATHER 1 said...

Above 2000mm Rainfall data Maharashtra From June 1 to July 15

RAIGAD DISTRICT

Matheran – 2429.5 mm

Mhasla – 2452.6 mm

Tala – 2183.3 mm

Bhira – 2470 mm

Mahad – 2117.2 mm

Mangaon – 2115 mm

SINDHUDURG DISTRICT

Kankavli – 2038 mm

Kudal – 2011.7 mm

Malvan – 2111 mm

Sawantwadi – 2154 mm

Vengurla – 2040.4 mm

Vaibhawadi – 2091.9 mm

RATNAGIRI DISTRICT

Khed – 2097.6 mm

Lanja – 2362.4 mm

Rajapur – 2634.5 mm

Ratnagiri – 2295.3 mm

Sangameshwar – 2175 mm

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