Friday, June 28, 2019

Friday rains till 6 pm in 9 hrs
Nariman Point: 51.55mm Fort: 65mm Malabar Hill: 73.9mm F North ward office (Parel): 94.22mm Wadala: 119.37mm Worli: 86.62mm BKC: 97.27mm Bandra: 110mm Marol: 147.81mm Vile Parle: 103.12mm Andheri fire station: 132.05mm L ward office -Kurla: 109.97mm Vikhroli: 139.19mm Mulund: 116.07mm N ward office -Ghatkopar: 109mm


Mumbai rains in 6 hrs till 2.30 pm Thursday
Scruz aws 126 mm, kurla 95 mms, bhandup 84 mms, andheri 83 mms, dadar 87 mms, kandivali 76 mms, malabar hill 46 mms CST 42 mms, vagaries club 55 mms



Mumbai lakes get good rainfall on Thursday 27th
Bhatsa 125 mms, upper vaitarna 110 mms, tulsi 90 mms and middle vaitarna 55 mms.

Thane dist rainfall ending 8.30am today:

Shahapur 120mm
Bhiwandi 105mm
Kalyan 96mm
Thane 76mm
Ambernath 67mm
Ulhasnagar 39mm
Murbad 30mm

9 comments:

Nimish Thaker said...

That's great news Rajeshbhai, meanwhile its raining very heavily in Mumbai and the surrounding suburbs, I am sure, today too the lake areas will clock some good numbers. Very heavy rain with occasional wind gusts in Juhu - Andheri area since 8:00 AM today. I think Mumbai Metropolitan region should also record some heavy numbers today.

sset said...

Extreme torrential rains over Mumbai Maharashtra. seems by today many places may reach 200-300mm in 24 hrs. 1 spell of rain finishes june quota. Hope all bloggers are happy.

On other side: entire southern India (even coastal Karnataka, Kerala) has become quiet. No rain no clouds. Entire rain belt has shifted to central India, Maha, GUJ, MP, Orissa. Desertification of SE India continues. Will 2016 drought haunt Southern India????

sset said...

Many residents in Chennai are speaking about evicting city - no water! Strange whole world in global terms are speaking about Chennai/SE India droughts but local Indians are quiet.

Tremerin Dsouza said...

Raining cats and dogs @ Mira Road since evening 8pm.

shiekhz said...

Gfs showing a cyclonic circulation at 700hpa over south Pakistan on 2nd Jul, any chance sir?

Unknown said...


Hi Rajesh,

As always it is a pleasure to be back here during the monsoon. And you have got off to a solid start with your forecast.
Wanted to check with you on the monsoon progress to Northern Gujarat now ? How do you see it in the coming days ?

Suresh

sset said...

2 days of non stop torrential water falls like rain over Mumbai/Navi Mumbai/Thane....
From lowest june this has become highest june!
Hope we have a big pipe to send water from Mumbai to Chennai / Rayalseema (SE state crying for bucket of water!)
why does vortex form only over MAHA/GUJ coast and not over KER/KAR coast? Augumbe /ghat areas of KAR no rain- cauvery state?

sset said...

Cherrapunji style very extreme rains over Maharashtra:
Taken from kea blog: This must be heaviest june ever.. overflow rivers and dams in 1 spell.

Khandala (Pune) 377 mm
Palghar imd aws 323 mm
Bhimashankar (Pune) 295 mm
Davdi camp (Pune) 273 mm
Patharpunj (Satara) 265 mm
Santacruz imd 235 mm
Jor (Satara) 227 mm
Dahanu imd (Palghar) 213 mm

Looks like southern states have to quench thirst by only looking at Maha rains?

sset said...

Vagaries also never forecasted such extreme rains...
Most luck states with assured water supply: Maharashtra, Orissa, MP, Guj, Raj. Maha/Guj/Raj gets rains from AS as well as Bay.
Most risky states with no water: TN, AP, KAR (south east)

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