Thursday, August 02, 2018


 
MONSOON REPORT (1-6-2018 to 31-7-2018)










TOTAL ALL INDIA RAINFALL (as on 31-7-2018)


426.1 mm
SEASON +/-



-5.90%






TO ACHIEVE BY 30th SEPTEMBER



required in mm
MINIMUM 700 mm

4.49
AVERAGE 890 mm

7.6
MAXIMUM 1100 mm

11.05






CURRENT RAINFALL PER DAY



6.99 mm






ALL INDIA SUBDIVISIONAL RAINFALL FIGURES




SUBDIVISION

ACTUAL NORMAL DEP+/- %
KONKAN & GOA

2219.7 1809.1 23%
EAST RAJASTHAN

335.6 287.7 17%
KERALA

1607.0 1375.9 17%
WEST MADHYA PRADESH

441.0 397.0 11%
MADHYA MAHARASHTRA

428.9 387.8 11%
VIDARBHA

533.4 479.9 11%
WEST UTTAR PRADESH

354.9 329.3 8%
WEST RAJASTHAN

141.8 132.6 7%
ODISHA

589.6 551.1 7%
COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH

281.1 264.3 6%
S. I. KARNATAKA

377.6 357.6 6%
PUNJAB

240.5 230.4 4%
HAR. CHD & DELHI

213.0 211.7 1%
COASTAL KARNATAKA

2044.4 2027.4 1%
JAMMU & KASHMIR

255.0 256.5 -1%
GUJARAT REGION

467.8 472.0 -1%
EAST MADHYA PRADESH

472.2 481.5 -2%
TAMILNADU & PONDICHERY

111.4 114.0 -2%
TELANGANA

366.4 377.1 -3%
CHHATTISGARH

538.3 563.0 -4%
UTTARAKHAND

546.9 595.9 -8%
MARATHWADA

301.1 330.5 -9%
GANGETIC WEST BENGAL

520.1 576.1 -10%
A & N ISLAND

757.6 846.3 -10%
HIMACHAL PRADESH

359.1 402.3 -11%
SAURASHTRA & KUTCH

229.4 275.4 -17%
N. I. KARNATAKA

196.3 239.6 -18%
EAST UTTAR PRADESH

329.1 405.8 -19%
SHWB & SIKKIM

885.8 1101.0 -20%
N M M T

638.3 827.1 -23%
BIHAR

391.9 512.0 -23%
JHARKHAND

406.8 532.1 -24%
ASSAM & MEGHALAYA

706.9 1056.2 -33%
ARUNACHAL PRADESH

655.0 1036.5 -37%
RAYALASEEMA

97.3 161.9 -40%
LAKSHADWEEP

354.4 617.9 -43%






TOTAL ABOVE AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2018 to 31-7-2018)



25 (41%)
TOTAL BELOW AVERAGE DAYS (1-6-2018 to 31-7-2018)



36 (59%)
















SOURCE IMD

9 comments:

sset said...
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NilaY Rajnikant Wankawala said...

Every year we all await for this data compilation release which gsb sir does. Great effort sir.

sarfarajkhan khan said...

Rajesh Sir when will break monsoon condition will end for Mumbai region, Please forecast waiting your update

sset said...

vagaries correct prediction: entire night navi mumbai received steady rains quite windy... last 2 weeks was peaceful after continuous torrential rains...

sset said...

Actually break monsoon good: it is this time by luck SE India receives thunder...

(taken from net)
Break monsoon usually occurs when the monsoon trough moves closer to the foothills of Himalayas. Active monsoon phases are followed by break monsoon periods. Break monsoon may occur due to the following reasons:

i)Indian monsoon is strongly influenced by tropical waves like Madden Julian oscillation which moves across the tropics in the globe. If MJO is unfavorable i.e if MJO is in other basins such as west pacific,Atlantic monsoonal activity in India tends to decrease

ii)Strong typhoons in south china sea/west pacific close to Philippines moving in north/north east direction can rob the Indian basin of moist south westerlies leading to break monsoon

During break monsoon period, Himalayan region including uttarakhand,Nepal and north east region including sub Himalayan west Bengal and south eastern India i.e Tamil Nadu & south Andhra receive rains

Floods in Assam usually occur in break monsoon period. More number of thunderstorms occur in TN & south Andhra during the same period. If monsoon becomes active, thunderstorms decrease in TN & south Andhra

Break monsoon is mostly observed each year in the month of August than July

Karan Kumbhar said...

Decent rains in Pune since evening.
Sir do you feel the break period will be shorter than expected.

rajesh said...

Mumbai saw a slight recovery in rain amount Fri and Sat. But will have to wait another 5 days for good rains.
Karan: pune got the slight recovery we expected. Nothing major till Fri at least.

ANOOP RAWAT said...

Sir Will NcR get heavy rains next week?

sset said...

Anantpur district (SE India - AP) receives second lowest rainfall after Thar desert! After 2009 Rajisthan always received either excess or normal SW monsoon. Last time NE monsoon was normal for SE India was on 2015 after that NE monsoon failed/largely deficit.

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