Monday, July 22, 2019

Non-stop heavy rains continue in Northern Kerala

Kerala rainfall in mm ending 8.30 am on 22.07.2019
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in mm

Vadakara, Kozhikode - 200
Kuttiyadi, Kozhikode - 140
Quilandy, Kozhikode - 122
Hosdurg, Kasargode - 110
Kudulu, Kasargode - 108
Piravom, Eranakulam - 106
NAS Kochi, Ernakulam - 99
Aluva, Ernakulam - 96
Mattanur, Kannur - 95
Perumbavur, Eranakulam - 92
Taliparamba, Kannur - 92
Irikkur, Kannur - 89
Thalassery, Kannur - 82
Ernakulam South, Eranakulam - 78
CIAL Kochi, Ernakulam - 75
Idukki Dam, Idukki - 73
Peermade, Idukki - 73
Vaikom, Kottyam - 72
Kozhikode, Kozhikode - 70
Kannur, Kannur - 68
Thodupuzha, Idukki - 67
Pattambi, Palakkad - 67
Alappuzha, Alappuzha - 66
Karipur AP, Mallapuram - 65
Kakki Dam, Pathanmittha - 65
Pambla Dam, Idukki - 61
Pookot, Wayand - 61
Vadakancherry, Thrissur - 60
Kumarakom, Kottayam - 60

TN ghats rainfall on 22.07.2019
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Nilgiris
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Avalanche - 84
Devala - 66
Upeer Bhavani - 34
Mukurthy - 30

Valparai
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Siruvani Dam - 48
Periakallar (Valparai PTO) - 41
Sholayar - 41
Chinnakallar - 40
Cincona - 30

Theni
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Periyar Dam - 23
Manalar - 20


Kerala rainfall ending 8.30 am on 21.07.2019
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in mm

Vadakara, Kozhikode - 173
Kuttiyadi, Kozhikode - 138
Pookot, Wayanad - 101
Thalassery, Kannur - 97
Hosdurg, Kasargode - 96
Taliparamba, Kannur - 84
Quilandy, Kozhikode - 82
Kakki Dam, Pathanmittha - 81
Kudulu, Kasargode - 79
Idukki, Idukki - 78
Pambla Dam, Idukki - 77
Kannur, Kannur - 74
Irikkur, Kannur - 73
Neeriamangalam, Eranakulam - 65
Perinthalmanna, Mallapuram - 64
Peermade, Idukki - 63
Ponnani, Mallapuram - 62
Chalakudy, Thrissur - 61
TN Ghats rainfall on 21.07.2019
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Nilgiris
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Avalanche - 124
Upper Bhavani - 42
Mukurthy - 41
Parsons Valley - 33
Devala - 36

Valparai
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Chinnakallar - 86
Sholayar Dam - 73
Periakallar (Valparai PTO) - 69
Cincona - 67
Valparai PAP - 55
Valparai Taluk office - 57
Sirvani Dam - 53


Theni
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Periyar - 24
Manalar - 22
Thekkady - 21

4 comments:

Anand said...

When will we see heavy rainfall in kolkata

NilaY Wankawala said...

Pradeep sir Thanks a ton for constanstly updating the rain fall data for south region

CREDIT AUSTARLIAN GOVERNMENT BUREAU OF METEREOLOGY

Issued 23 July 2019

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

Positive Indian Ocean Dipole prevails; ENSO neutral

The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is neutral—neither El Niño nor La Niña. Models indicate the tropical Pacific is very likely to remain ENSO-neutral for the remainder of 2019. With ENSO playing less of a role, a positive Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is likely to be the dominant climate driver for Australia's weather for the coming months.

Central to eastern tropical Pacific sea surface temperatures are slightly above average, while sub-surface temperatures are close to average. Atmospheric indicators of ENSO have shown some variation, but the recent drop in the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) is related to short-term variability in tropical weather patterns rather than a shift back towards El Niño. Cloudiness near the Date Line and trade winds remain close to average.

All climate models surveyed by the Bureau indicate the tropical Pacific will remain ENSO-neutral through the southern hemisphere winter and spring.

Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) index values have been near the threshold for a positive IOD in recent weeks. The broad pattern across the Indian Ocean has remained positive IOD-like, with warmer than average sea surface temperatures near Africa and cooler than average waters to Australia's northwest. The latest week has seen the index again above the positive IOD threshold.

Most climate models surveyed forecast positive IOD conditions for the remainder of the southern hemisphere winter and spring. Typically, a positive IOD brings below average winter–spring rainfall and snow depths, above average temperatures, and an earlier start to the fire season for southern and central Australia.

More information

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Next update expected on 6 August 2019

Pratik said...

Hello Sir,
What is your forecast for upcoming days for Mumbai..Eagerly waiting..

Nimish Thaker said...

Konkan & Goa put in Red color by IMD in its afternoon forecast today. Also, some weather channels are indicating very Heavy rains over Mumbai starting Thursday. What is your forecast for Mumbai, Rajeshbhai. Thanks.

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