Monday, September 30, 2019

Maharashtra Rainfall Toppers from 01-06-2019 to ending till 8.30 am on 30-09-2019
in mms

1. Lamaj, Mahabaleshwar – 10790
2. Tamhini, Mulshi – 9635
3. Amboli, Sawantwadi – 9544
4. Patharpunj, Patan – 9514
5. Shirgaon, Mulshi - 9170
6. Tapola, Mahabaleshwar - 8816 (available till 9-9-19)
7. Jor, Wai – 8728
8. Davdi, Mulshi - 8720
9. Mahabaleshwar – 8521
10. Navaja, Patan - 8128
11. Ambone, Mulshi - 8050
12. Walwan, Mahabaleshwar - 8031
13. Kitwade, Ajara - 7849
14. Dongarwadi, Mulshi – 7790
15. Shirgaon, Bhor - 7696
16. Gaganbawada – 7518

Top 16 list Compilation by Abhijit

Maharashtra's Ghat sections, Mumbai surroundings & Lakes Seasonal Rainfall in map format (June to Sep SWM 2019)

Mumbai MMR seasonal Rainfall map below

Mumbai's water supplying lakes area rainfall (with live water storage on 99%) map below

All above three maps made by Tejas & it's data compiled by Abhijit with Lakes input courtesy Richa Pinto TOI

Highlights of Mumbai Monsoon 2019
1. One of the most delayed Monsoons set after 1974: 25th June. Record 28th June 1959
2. 5 days of Extreme rains in a day, after many years;235 mms June 29th,375 mms July 2nd, 219 mms July 27th 204 mms Aug 4th, 242 mms September 5th.
3.Wettest September ever: 1116 mms (Previous ATR 921 mms 1904) 


NilaY Wankawala said...

Where as IMD has not yet updated TRF till 30.09.2019 ALL OVER INDIA (Agreed They have a tough task) , we had great work done by vagarians ABHIJIT, TEJAS WITH INPUTS FROM RICHA PINTO TOI- Thanks to all of them who cosistently kept us informed and updated- Rajesh sir being always prompt to share his expert experience in forecasting on the blog-

ALL OVER INDIA TRF showing 956.1 mm till 29.09.2019, since 2010, this season will be the first to clock max amount of TRF till 30.09.2019 in last 10 years, the highest previous being 2013 SWM 937.4 MM.(SOURCE IMD)

Avtansh said...

Great data. Thanks, Abhijit and Tejas.

However, the dates in Point # 2 are inconsistent. If we're taking June 29th and September 5th (which is correct as per IMD's 8.30am recordings the following day), then the other dates should be July 2nd, July 27th and August 4th. I think Times of India also misreported this.

Avtansh said...

All India seasonal rainfall ends at +10%. When was the last time we had a double digit positive deviation?

Rajesh said...

Thanks Avtansh...not heard since a long time from you..hope all ok. And the family , all OK ?

Cumulus arjun said...

Eagerly waiting for tomorrow monsoon summary! What a great monsoon this year. And great work by all the vagarians!

Rawat said...

Sir, have IMd changed All india avg 88cm from 89 cm?

Rajesh said...

Fastest update anywhere.. Abhijit

RaghuN said...

Excellent data compilation and timing! Thank you Vagaries team.

Lanaj crossing 10K is a delight. Very few stations apart from Cherra/mawsynram do it.. Amagaon a few years back if I remember and hulikal getting close.

Hopefully Pradeep John will pitch in too with all India high scoring stations(curious about Cherra as well as heavy weights from south; pretty sure they will all be below the top 5 in Maharashtra)

NilaY Wankawala said...

It seems IMD has updated data for standard rainfall measurement for weighted avergaes. We used to see averages for 1951-2000 and now it is referring to 1961-2010 NORM till SWM 2018 as against 1951-2000 NORM begining SWM 2019 at IMD website

@ Rawat this is the reason why average is changed ( 889-890 MM as aginst 880.6 MM) for J J A S Season, though I am not the auhtority to comment on this, Rajesh sir will be in the best position.

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