Thursday, September 12, 2019

A) Will Mumbai create September Month new record ..

Mumbai (IMD Scz) has experienced it's 4th wettest September rains (803 mms) within first 12 days of the month , 
1st : 920 mms (1954) , 2nd : 904 mms(1993) , 
3rd: 821 mms(1981) , 4th : 803 mms (2019) and continuing..

With good rains expected during the next 3 days and thundershowers expected during 3rd week of September, it remains to be seen whether Mumbai (IMD Scz) will set a new September monthly rain record..
This July, IMD Scz missed all time July monthly rain record by a mere 4 mms .. (July 2019.. 1465 mms against all time July 2014 record of 1469 mms )
So ,once again this season it has a chance to make the records straight.. 

September 2019 rains in Mumbai region :
South Mumbai - Vagaries (Mahalaxmi): 859 mms 

IMD Scz (Vile Parle) : 803 

Tulshi : 1073
Vihar :941
Thane city : 900 
Vasai: 752
Badlapur: 654

B) INDIA Seasonal Rains 

  • Reports to be confirmed say Lamaj (Mahabaleshwar Taluka) in the Sahyadri range of Maharashtra has received 10,000 mms rains this season topping India ( unconfirmed yet) 
  • Tamhini ghat (100 kms from Mumbai)seasonal is at 8980 mms
  • Matheran seasonal is at 6657 mms

  • Cherrapunji seasonal is 6529 mms (from 1st Jan is 8501 mms)
  • Mawsynram seasonal is 6570 mms

  • Some other regions : 
  • Nepal : Pokhara seasonal ..1797 mms (from 1 Jan is 2560 mms)
  • Sub Himalayan Bengal .. Alipurduar seasonal 3206 mms (from 1 Jan is 4169 mms)
  • South Gujarat .. Umerpada seasonal 3611
  • North Gujarat .. Quant 2100
  • Rajasthan (East) .. Dug 2256
  • Aravalli Range..Mount Abu 1520
  • Satpura Range .. Toranmal 2336
  • Eastern Ghats .. Munchingiputtu 2392
  • Odisha .. Deogaon 2432
  • Madhya Pradesh..Khandwa 1830
  • Himachal (Kangra) .. Dharmsala 1550 
  • Terai .. Kishanganj 1404

C) Seasonal 2019 rains in Mumbai region :
South Mumbai - Vagaries (Mahalaxmi): 3070mms 

IMD Scz (Vile Parle) : 3357 (all time record 3785 mms in 1958)

Tulshi : 4929
Vihar :4050
Thane city : 4260
Panvel : 4407
Vasai: 3192
Badlapur : 5328

IMD SCZ (Vile Parle) -



Vihar and Tulshi (behind the marked hills on the left of the photo)- 

8 comments:

rajesh said...

Good job Rohit. Keeps Mumbai on its toes.. Or rather toes below water

sset said...

Any update on Southern India rains - completely silent since 3rd week of august. No systems are forming over southern India - why? Bangalore not a single drop of rain in September (in theory suppose to be rainiest month) and also since June not a single heavy spell has occurred. Last year also Bangalore witnessed same pattern SWM was extremely bad and weak. We require Bay systems to form in lower latitude which can benefit parched south east India. Onset of NEM and quantum is eagerly awaited.

SWM 2019 has really focused with extreme rains only for Maharashtra,Central India,Gujarat(highest beneficiary) and Rajasthan.

sset said...

Navi Mumbai back with heavy rains! We require only sunshine now.

rajesh said...

The comments here are the personal views of the writer of the comments and not necessarily the views of the blog Vagaries. Vagaries takes no responsibility for its authenticity.
Restrict comments to Weather only.

rajesh said...

The comments here are the personal views of the comment writer.....

Saurabh said...

10 out of the last 11 monsoons, Punjab and Haryana have received less than the normal rainfall.
https://www.skymetweather.com/content/weather-news-and-analysis/the-plight-of-rain-deficient-agri-leaders-punjab-and-haryana/

Deepak said...

Rajesh sir no rain in Mumbai what r ur views

Cumulus arjun said...

Overall this has been a good monsoon for India this year already 4% excess with most excess being central India at 23% and south peninsula at 10% excess

Lamaj, a station in Satara District of Maharashtra reaches  10426 mms of rain this monsoon season  Highest in India