Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Karnataka and Tamil Nadu rainfall on 12.06.2019. Uttara Kannada records first 200 mm rains of the monsoon





































Rainfall in Tamil Nadu ending 8.30 am on 12.06.2019

Devala the wettest place in Nilgiris rocks for 2nd day. In cauvery catchment, Wayanad continues to get moderate rains with Thariode getting 54 mm rainfall and Vythri 42 mm. Nariyandada got 86 mm and Virajapet got 56 mm in Kodagu district.


Nilgiris district
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Devala - 103
Gudalur - 67
Upper Bhavani - 58
Avalanche - 38
Naduvattam - 32
Glenmorgan -23
Ooty - 20
Sandyanallah - 20


Coimbatore district
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Parambikulam - 83
Periakallar - 57
Cincona - 49
Sholayar Dam - 46
Chinnakallar - 44
Valparai PAP - 37
Valparai Taluk Office - 35
Manomboly - 31
Thunakadavu - 29


Kanyakumari district
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Colachel - 38
Melpuram - 34
Nagercoil - 33
Neyoor - 32
Upper Kodayar - 29
Lower Kodayar - 24
Thuckalay - 24
Mylaudy - 24
Kottaram - 23
Eraniel - 23
Kanyakumari - 22
Kuzhithurai - 22
Tirupathisaram - 20


3 comments:

Aks said...

SSET - I hope you are checking rains recd in South India states of Kerala, Karnataka & TN. Hope now some sanity will prevail in comments posted by you. There are severe drought conditions in West India ie Mah & Gujarat and rainfall in whatever sense is badly required.

sset said...

I have seen this..my concern was for south east India since last 5 years no rain. Maharashtra,Gujarat,Rahasthan never suffers from droughts for such long periods.

Aks said...

Incorrect information shared by you sset... can u show data if last 5 yrs drought??? Also 2 yrs back ne monsoon was good for TN which firms part of Southeast. Earlier you were saying entire south India now shifting to se India as per convenience. Marathwada suffering since last few tears barring 1. So research properly before any update.

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