Thursday, September 27, 2018

Today evening Heavy Thunderstorm lashed some parts of N. Konkan including South Mumbai.


In Mumbai, especially downtown part from Colaba to Mahalaxmi/Byculla belt was lashed with heavy Thunderstorm rain for hour period with heavy vertical lightning strikes & loud thundering.


Some rainfall in mms till 8.30pm today:

Grant rd 39
Marine lines & Nariman point 33
Colaba IMD 32.4
Mumbai CSMT 31 
Malabar hill 29
Sandhusrt rd 24
Byculla 23
Mahalaxmi(Vagaries) 22
Mumbai Central 14
Haji ali 13
Sewree 9
Currey rd 4
Parel 2.5

Data from IMD & BMC AWS


Below lightning shots capture by Vagarian Salil from Dadar



Mumbai's outer eastern suburbs like Panvel & Dombivli also witnessed moderate to heavy Thunderstorm and rest Mumbai suburbs had just lightning & thunder show with cool gusty winds which brought bit a relief from sultry hot conditions.

Badlapur saw huge lightning & thundering show with many vertical strikes in vicinity and witnessed thick drops drizzling with gusty cool winds.


Below lightning capture by Vagarian Abhijit from Badlapur




Nagothane in Raigad dist was lashed by severe Thunderstorm Rain with squally winds and Hailstorm too as CB cloud height shoot more than 18km tall there !


Abizer Kachwala sends pic of tree fallen down due to squally winds





4 comments:

Vinod Desai said...

Helo,
Though monosoon overall seems less than normal, do anyone have info about how is reservoir/dams situation across india.

sset said...

Why is Arabian sea side becoming cloudy ? Will this become cyclone like 'Ockhi' 2017 ? Then cyclone for Gujarat instead of south India. This will not be good for North east monsoon. Now SE India requires low,cyclones,depressions everything welcome for sake of water!

sset said...

skymet has put possibility of AS storm - not good for NEM - monsoon.

Vinod Desai said...

NEM is going to be above normal. Already raining in south india..so there should not be worry.

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