Monday, November 05, 2018

Yesterday evening/night Thunderstorm lashed many parts of western Maharashtra Districts, Ghats section, interior Konkan & isolated part of Marathwada region.

Some Rainfall ending 8.30am today (05-11-18):

Ahmednagar Dist data in mms:

Akole 150
Rajur 58
Sakirwadi 48
Ghargaon 47
Kopargaon 41
Kotul 40 
Dolasane 40
Samsherpur 39
Shiblapur 34
Pimparane 32
Puntamba 29
Brahamwada 28
Sangamner 26
Virgaon 26
Samnapur 25
Aashwi 22
Sakur 21
Dhandarphal 20 
Talegaon 20 
Wadala 20
Rawande 17 
Pohegaon 16 
Manikdhondi 15
Shirdi 14 
Palashi 13 
Babhaleshwar 12
Kedgaon 11
Loni 11
Sonai 11
Nalegaon 10


Aurangabad district:

Siddhanath 50
Khandala 35
Loni 26
Borsar 24
Lasurgaon 24
Ladgaon 20
Harsul 19
Vaijapur 15
Mahalgaon 10
Shendurwada 10


Nashik dist in mms:

Devla 41
Warkheda 40
Chalisgaon (Jalgaon) 17
Malegaon 14



Ghats & Surroundings in mms:

Mulshi dam 75
Wadiwale 50
Pawana dam 49
Ahupe 48
Pimpalgaon joga dam 45
Khandala 45
Kamshet 45
Wadeshwar 45
Bamnoli 36
Wadaj 35
Andhra dam 33
Chakasman 28
Davdi 25
Pratapgad 19
Matheran 17
Mahabaleshwar 15
Manikdoh dam 14
Dimbhe dam 14
Kalmodi 13
Dhom Balkawadi 10


Interior Konkan in mms:

Kalkawne 60
Badlapur 55
Chiplun 52
Shirgaon 35
Hamarapur 35
Kamrali 28
Patpanhale 28
Karjat 26
Amberi 25
Dhasai 23
Dehari 21
Saralgaon 17
Sawantwadi 15
Murbad 15
Nhyadi 13
Mandangad 11
Khed 10



Some inputs helped by Vagarian Shivkumar

10 comments:

sset said...

Seems NorthEast Monsoon instead of giving rains to south east India is giving rains to Maharashtra! Hope it is not repeat of 2013 - all systems results in duds and rained only in NE India and Maharashtra resulting in terrible drought for Tamil Naidu and Andhra Pradesh.

Saurabh Dwivedi said...

After this round of rains the Maharashtra rainfall is 78% below normal from 1st October till date. The case of North East India is similar.
It is not a case of rain getting diverted from one place to another, the rainfall since September is way below normal almost everywhere.

Refer to link

http://hydro.imd.gov.in/hydrometweb/(S(a1prkj45kpeqkm45db3220jt))/PdfPageImage.aspx?imgUrl=PRODUCTS\Rainfall_Maps\Cumulative\State_Rainfall_Map\STATE_RAINFALL_MAP_COUNTRY_INDIA_cd.JPG&landingpage=other

NilaY Wankawala said...

Credit Australian government bureau of meteorology

Issued 7 November 2018

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

El Niño ALERT continues; positive Indian Ocean Dipole

The tropical Pacific Ocean continues developing towards El Niño, while in the Indian Ocean, a positive Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is underway. The Bureau's ENSO Outlook remains at El Niño ALERT, meaning there is approximately a 70% chance of El Niño occurring in the coming months; about triple the normal likelihood.

Ocean temperature patterns in the Indian Ocean have been at positive IOD levels now for two months. As a result, 2018 will be considered a positive IOD year. A positive IOD during spring increases the chance of below average rainfall for southern and central Australia, and can reinforce the effects of a developing, or fully formed, El Niño. El Niño effects in Australia over summer include higher fire risk, greater chance of heatwaves, and fewer tropical cyclones.

Sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean have warmed to El Niño levels over the past fortnight. However, atmospheric indicators of El Niño are largely near normal, suggesting that the ocean and atmosphere are not yet reinforcing each other, or 'coupled'. This reinforcement is critical in any El Niño developing and becoming self-sustaining.

International climate models suggest further warming of the tropical Pacific Ocean is likely, increasing the possibility of coupling occurring in the coming months. Seven out of eight climate models suggest sea surface temperatures will remain above El Niño thresholds until at least March 2019.

Model outlooks suggest the positive IOD will decay during November. IOD events typically have little influence on Australian climate from December to April.

More information

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

Next update expected on 20 November 2018

Abizer Kachwala said...

May thousands of lamps light up your life with endless happiness, richness, health and wealth forever😁.
Wishing Rajesh sir and entire Vagaries team a very
"HAPPY DIWALI"🎆🎇❤️

sunny fernandes said...

This year's northeast monsoon for Chennai ..might end up on a deficit note . the

sset said...

useless NEM system - not a single drop has fallen over TN,AP.

Cumulus Arjun said...

Happy Diwali Rajesh sir!

Cumulus Arjun said...

Sir what are ur views on upcoming NEM system and Mumbai winter?

rajesh said...

Arjun: Happy Divali..Seems that many conditions are not favouring the NEM this year. After a poor onset, not enough pulses and systems are originating in the Bay. The creation of systems "in stu" are not favorable and the South China Sea memento is weak.

May be possible that a few WDs will make the winter in the NW and North revive after good snows around 4th November. A couple of WDs will change the scene. We will see drops in the minimum temps inn N/NW and Central India.

The Bay Low has formed and seems on the way to deepen. Will get well marked and deepen more as it tracks towards the TN coastline. Dry weekend for the sub continent with lows around 10c in the plains of North India and 20-22 c in Mumbai, warm day at 35/36c for Mumbai... and 14/15c minimum in Pune.

rajesh said...

Mandla in M.P. dropped to 6c on Friday morning and Khajuraho to 7c. Alwar was 8c...

Cyclone Warning for Tamil Nadu & Puducherry coast:  Posted:   15 NOV 2018    Time :   11.00 am IST, 053000 UTC Position of "GAJA...