Tuesday, July 09, 2019

Yesterday some parts of Mumbai & Navi Mumbai cities witnessed intense spell in short period


Heavy Rain lashed in parts of N. Kokan region. Rainfall Map below of Mumbai MMR in North Kokan division



Maharashtra's Western Ghats region Rainfall Map



Mumbai water supplying lakes water stocks rise to 28% as on today. At current supply rate, 121 days water available i.e up to 7th Nov 2019

                      
                                                                                                    Lakes data courtesy Richa Pinto TOI


Above Maps by Vagarian Tejas Baxi  & Data compiled by Vagarian Abhijit Modak

7 comments:

sset said...

Karnataka and Kerala seems to be heading for worst drought in decades....

https://bangaloremirror.indiatimes.com/bangalore/others/where-is-the-rain-this-time/articleshow/70133683.cms

It seems 2019 SWM is tailor made only for Maharashtra - all rains are dumped over Maharashtra since june leave KAR, KER high and dry. No systems have formed - no major 3 digit rains.

Other side with no water in Cauvery tension may arise between KAR and TN (is already in desertification NEM failure since 5 years!)

sset said...

Karnataka in drought.... giant Augumbe receives just 700mm of rain since june - normal by this time should have exceeded 2000mm. Mumbai overtakes Augumbe.
Looks like 2016 drought for south India!

sset said...

Good representation of figures and maps by Abhijit. 2019 many new places in Navi Mumbai received extreme rains in 200-300mm in 24hrs. Mumbai receives more rain than Cherrapunji for july month till date. Mighty Mumbai exceeds june and july rain average.

sset said...

Non stop torrential rains in Navi Mumbai since early morning.. must have scored 200mm ++

sset said...

Bangalore next city after Chennai to encounter zero water - Bangalore has just received 65mm of rain since june 2019...

sset said...

Torrential rains continue over Mumbai/Navi Mumbai - reached 300mm by now. Raining like cyclonic storm: just wondering why no warning was given?

Srivathsa said...

In 48 hours Bhatsa has added 73 MCum to its storage. The live storage is at 467 MCum.


The inflow this morning was very heavy at 2300 Cumecs.

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. Tod...