Monday, June 10, 2019

Kerala and Kanyakumari dt in Tamil Nadu continue to get awesome monsoon spell for 2nd day


Rainfall in mm in Kanyakumari district in Tamil Nadu ending 8.30 am on 10.06.2019
Upper Kodayar - 166
Lower Kodayar - 120
Balamore - 76
Melpuram - 75
Kuzhithurai - 74
Thirparappu - 67
Kozhiporvilai - 65
Suralode - 65
Adayamadai - 63
Anaikidangu - 57
Chittar Dam I - 49
Eraniel - 49
Chittar Dam II - 46
Mambalathuraiyar - 40
Neyoor - 39
Kannimar - 37
Pechiparai - 33
Kurunthancode - 31
Kottaram - 27
Mylaudy - 27
Bhoothapandy - 26
Kanyakumari - 26
Tirupathisaram - 25
Perunchani - 25
Puthan Dam - 25
Colachel - 25
Aaralvaimozhi - 20

Tirunelveli District
Ambasamudram - 23
Kannadiyan - 20
Kodumudiyaru - 20
Radhapuram - 17
Papanasam - 15
Nambiyar - 15


NilaY Wankawala said...

ROHIT AROSKAR AND PRADEEP names were missing from contributor's list- nice to see them back

sset said...

Meanwhile Telgu news channel enadu says:
Arabian sea low pressure/cyclone likely to enter Gujarat - Pakistan and recurve towards Rajasthan. Watch for torrential rains!

On other side south east India continuous to boil. North east monsoons no rain- all lows enter orissa or northeast states. south west monsoon never enters Rayalseema,Anantapur,Chittor,Cuddapah, Tamil Nadu except few parts.

NilaY Wankawala said...

Could see the first lightning and hear the first thunder at borivali mumbai emerging from eastern skies. Started raining too.

Animish said...

Heavy thunderstorm in Andheri East Mumbai.Raining Heavily

sset said...

Maharashtra,Gujarat,Rajasthan on alert. Navy on standby as cyclone Vahyu nears north west coast.

Nimish Thaker said...

There seems to be a lot of variance still amongst the various models on what path will Vayu take. Some suggest a complete west wards turn away from India, some suggest a NNW movement while UKMET is now suggesting initial movement of N and then after 19N a NNE turn. While CMC model runs show it heading straight towards Mumbai. The IMD maintains NNW track forecast and mentions Porbandar to Mahua as the likely area of impact by 13th Morning.

NilaY Wankawala said...


Issued 11 June 2019

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

Positive Indian Ocean Dipole likely for winter; El Niño WATCH remains

The tropical Pacific Ocean and atmosphere remain near El Niño thresholds, meaning the ENSO Outlook remains at El Niño WATCH. Climate models suggest a gradual shift away from El Niño levels over the coming months. Indian Ocean temperature forecasts, on the other hand, show a positive Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) through the southern winter, which is likely to be the dominant climate driver for Australia.

A fortnight ago, a pulse of the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) weakened trade winds, which led to some renewed warming at the surface of the tropical Pacific Ocean. However, this MJO pulse has passed, returning trade winds to normal levels. With little warmth in the ocean sub-surface, most climate models suggest the tropical Pacific will cool, shifting away from El Niño thresholds, during winter.

In the Indian Ocean, waters off Sumatra have cooled over the past fortnight, with the IOD index now exceeding positive thresholds for three weeks. All but one of the climate models suggest positive IOD values will persist through winter and into spring. To be considered a positive IOD event, positive thresholds need to be maintained for at least two months. Typically, a positive IOD brings below average winter-spring rainfall for southern and central Australia. This is currently reflected in the rainfall outlook for the coming months.
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