Saturday, June 29, 2019

Rainfall ending at 8:30am on 29/6/2019 in Mumbai region(All above 200mms):-

Andheri Rly Station(W):239mms
Bandra( W):213mms
Borivali Rly Station:223mms
Century Bazar(Worli Fire Stn):212mms
Chembur Naka:201mms
Chincholi Bundar:212mms
Dahanukar Wadi(Kandivali):240mms
Deonar Municipal Colony:215mms
Jogeshwari Rly Stn:216mms
Kamala Nehru Park:210mms
Kannamwar Nagar(Vikhroli):250mms
Kurla Kamani:209mms
Malad Link Road:258mms
Nadkarni Park(Wadala):207mms
Patkar College(Goregaon):202mms
Ram Mandir Rly Station:208mms
Vikhroli Park Site:226mms
From BMC aws compiled by vagarian abhishek Apte 


sset said...

when is rain likely to stop? Seems another Bay depression will hit Maharashtra soon?

NilaY Wankawala said...

Finally raining figures for Mumbai for which very mumbaikar is well familiar with. Well done Abhishek apte to compile data.

Sarfaraj khan said...

This figure is for entire June? Or last 24 hrs...

Abhijit Banerjee said...

South Bengal has created a record. A defficiency of -58% rainfall has been recorded so far as on 29th June 2019. What will be our fate this year?

Aks said...

Finally some very good rains and true sign of Mumbai rains this season... were dying for such bountiful rains from Mother nature. Hope this continues non-stop rains for the season for our region and entire country as well gets its share of rains i.e. 100-106%. I don't want to say negative like some blog writer who only wants rains in particular region whereas many other parts of the country are in drought.

Abhishek Apte said...

Thanks Nilay Wankawala��

Abhishek Apte said...

Thanks Nilay Wankawala��

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