2019: Is Mumbai in for the fastest 2000 mms ever ? Will it beat the previous record of 60 days this year ?
Mumbai Santa Cruz total rain 1847 mms till 27th July Morning.
Will this year be the earliest 2000 mm (fastest) ever ? The current record for the fastest 2000 mms at Santa Cruz was in 1965, when it touched 2000 mms on 30th July, in 60 days. Followed by 2005 when the total was surpassed on 31st July, in 61 days.
July End Totals..scruz 1965 ;2038 mms, 2005 :2019 mms Short this year by 153 mms and 4 days to go to beat the record for fastest ever 2000 mms ! In 2013, t happened on 1st August !
Colaba, just for the records, has crossed 2000 mms by July 3 times. In 1886, 1907 and 1991. But, we are still way behind for this station to cross 2000 mms by July end.colaba 1402 till date. colaba total was 2687 mms on 15th aug 1954, and again in scruz was 2403 mmson 15th aug 1954 and 2528 mms on 15th aug in 1958
Posted Wednesday afternoon: Heavy rainfall on Wednesday overnight in South Mumbai and Rest region; Chief amounts till Wednesday Morning 8.30 am...: Vagaries Club (Haji Ali ) 194 mms, Season's Total 1404 mms...., Mumbai Central 143 mms, Matunga 141 mm, CST Station 134 mms, Kurla 104 mms. Bhandup 81 mms, Mulund 58 mms, Ghatkopar 73 mms, Scruz 84 mms Total Seasons 1546 mms Colaba 174 mms, Seasons total 1241 mms Mumbai region highest season's total is at Tulshi Lake 2138 mms Thane 52 mms, Bhiwandi 36 mms, Dapoli 143 mms, Nagothane 208 mms, Roha 247 mms, Panvel 91 mms, Mumbra 80 mms, Uran 142 mms. All Rain Amounts from Vagarian Abhijit. DNA NewsPaper..24th July
Posted Tuesday 23rd Afternoon: The UAC/Low has formed embedded in the off shore trough off the West Coast near Mumbai.
Monsoon Axis expected to come further South. Next 3 days, Good rains in North M.P. and SW U.P.. Delhi will get good showers on Thursday after a hot Wednesday...around 50-70 mms in places. Kolkata dry spell will also end on Thursday. Eastern Parts of Saurashtra and south Coastal Gujarat will get rains on Wednesday and Thursday. Mumbai: From 20th July, Colaba Mumbai had 4 days of Thunder showers till Tuesday...27 mms, 11 mms, 44 mms and 4 mms today. Crystal clear visibility around Mumbai Ragion last 2 days..seen upto 35-40 kms clearly.
Tuesday 23rd Night--Saturday 26th. Periods of occasional showers on Tuesday Night. Rains fairly good frequency of showers on Wednesday & Thursday with few heavy falls. Around 35-55 mms/day average expected in Mumbai City. Thursday Night/Friday will see some increasing intensity with 50-75 mms in the period. Heavy falls , some prolonged expected in parts of city. Local flooding possible. Decrease on Saturday. Heavy rains are expected in the western Ghats section of Maharashtra and Karnatak on Thursday & Friday. And along Interior Konkan. Pune: Partly cloudy with light to moderate rains in different parts of Pune.till Friday. 5-10 mms .
2nd day of massive rains in Kerala and 300 mm event too in North Kerala and valparai gets heavy rains too ending 8.30 am on 19.07.2019. Today the heavy rains will shift to Karnataka. ===================== in mm
Massive Rains in Kerala since last floods and 1st 100 mm in Valparai
with Chinnakallar this monsoon. Waynad catchment too got heavy rains. So
good news for Kabini. Today and Tomorrow extreme rains possible in
ghats of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Avoid going to the mountain
areas in Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu (Western Ghats) this weekend.
Kerala heavy rains ending 8.30 am on 19.07.19
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1. Monsoon Axis has Moved South, and is Moving south next 2 days. Hence showers in Delhi on Wednesday as we noted ...22 mms in S,Jung and 17 mms at Palam. NCR Rainfall will last till Thursday. 2. BB-5, UAC/Low Pressure formed off Odisha/North A.P. Coast. 3. West Coast off shore Trough off Kerala will deepen. Strong NW winds, 40-50 kmph, will lash Kerala coast as the Low Pressure BB-5 movew West. 18th/19th /20th July: Very heavy Rains in Kerala adjoining Coastal Karnatak. Heavy falls may exceed 200 mms in 24 hr in Wayanad, Kannur, Idukki and Mallapuram Districts and some parts of Central Kerala Coastline. Local Flooding possible. Kannur received 58 mms till Wednesday Morning. 4. 19th July: The system BB-5 tracks West and heavy rains in Chattisgarh and Vidharbh. 5. 20th/21st July: As BB-5 tracks West, Heavy rains upto 50 mms in Marathwada and Interior Maharashtra. Unfortunately..No meaningful rains expected in Gujarat till 21st at least. Rainfall dull and Low in Indore, will increase from Sunday... Mumbai: WednesdayThru Sunday: Partly Sunny and spotty showers..Status Quo in slow rains situation till Sunday..around 5-10 mms/day. Pune: Low rains phase till Friday with the days around 30/31c. Saturday will see slight increase in rains frequency thru Sunday.
15th July 2019.. Kolkata Heat Wave !! Max Temp on 14th at Dum Dum 37.8c (+5) and 37.1c at ALP, and A.P. Min on 15th 29.6 c (+4) Max on 15th was 37.7c...and Min 29.1c.... Hottest July Temperature was 39.9c on 10th July 1971... Rainfall 0 mms and total at AP 133 mms (-329 mms) and Alipore 131 mms (-309 mms)
The Monsoon Trough lies in the Himalayan foothills, extreme North. Rainfall along Axis on 13th...
Axis likely to slide South from 17th July. An UAC/LP can form off the Odisha Coast around the 17th/18th of July. Rains may spread to East M.P. and increase along Central India and West Coast with Low Pressure Track...but lets wait !
Outlook till Wednesday 17th;
Heavy rains expected in Sub Himalayan Bengal, Sikkim and NE States. Thundershowers likely in some parts of Odisha.
Heavy rainfall also expected in H.P. and Uttarakhand.
Moderate showers in Coastal Karnatak and Kerala
Subdued spotty rains in M.P. (Jabalpur) , Gujarat, Interior Maharashtra and Telengana..
Outlook till Wednesday 17th;
Mumbai: Overall Subdued rains. A couple of showers ( Brief but intense) in some parts and with sunny periods in between.
Some Eastern Outer Townships and Lonavala/Khandala Ghat sections can get a couple of heavy showers. Overall Less.
Delhi NCR: Hot ( about 40c) till Tuesday. Showers on Wednesday.
Kolkata: Few Moderate showers on Sunday..and Tuesday/Wednesday.
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Cherrapunji total rain from 1st January till 13th July: 5904 mms, and from 1 st June 3931 mms. Mahableshwar correspondingly 2340 mms and 2325 mms !
SOUTH WEST MONSOON SEASON.. 1 JUNE TO 12 JULY 2019 Of the Mumbai water supply lakes , Tulshi lake has filled to the brim.. Current water stock in Mumbai water supplying lakes .. 44% A) Rains over India's most populated cities ..
B) Rainiest 5 state capitals/Union territories 1. Mumbai (IMD Scz),Maharashtra.. 1407 mms 2. Dadra Nagar Haveli ..1298 mms 3. Panji ,Goa ..1170 mms 4. Daman..1030 mms 5. Itanagar,Arunachal..936 mms Highest rains at Mumbai..Tulshi lake..2025 mms Tulshi lake is located at a straight line distance of 11 kms to the NorthEast of Imd Scz .. C) Mumbai (IMD Scz,Vileparle) 21st century updated averages (with median rains)..
Today evening ,looking towards IMD-Scz(Vileparle) from near the Arabian sea ..
Posted Thursday Afternoon: Mumbai: Good rains on Wednesday..in the day and finally decreasing and tapering off at night. Day's rain Colaba 72 mms, Scruz 50 mms. Decreasing rains on Thursday with few showers for Mumbai, and lesser showers on Friday as Monsoon weakens for a few days.. Lakes Rainfall with storage in Brackets Map by Vagarian Tejas and figures compiled by Vagarian Abhijit. Total Storage at 38% available.