Tuesday, October 01, 2019

South west Monsoon have come to end Statistically, lets see the Toppers and the Cities Rainfall in mm (01.06.19 to 30.09.19). Lamaj near Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra tops with over 10000 mm for the monsoon season. After a long time a 10000 mm in SWM season. Amagaon in Khanapur Taluk in Belgaum comes 1st in Karnataka.

Agumbe fell apart this year and lots of data missing for that station. In Shimoga it was Hulikal once again followed by Cogar in Sagar Taluk and Mastikatte. Castle Rock in Uttar Kannada rocked followed by Ansai which ended around 6800 mm mark. In Udupi, Kollur ended around 6600 mm range. In Kodagu, it was Talacuvery which ended around 6600 mm range followed by Naladi and Bhagamandala around 6000 mm. In Chikmagulur it has to be Kerekatte wettest and in Hassan it was Hongadahalla.


All India Toppers (min 7000 mm)
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1. Lamaj, Maharashtra – 10790
2. Tamhini, Maharashtra – 9635
3. Amboli, Maharashtra – 9544
4. Patharpunj, Maharashtra – 9514
5. Amagaon, Karnataka - 9193
6. Shirgaon (Mulshi), Maharashtra - 9170
7. Tapola, Maharashtra - 8816
8. Jor, Maharashtra – 8728
9. Dawadi, Maharashtra - 8720
10. Gavali, Karnataka - 8549
11. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra – 8521
12. Navaja, Maharashtra - 8128
13. Ambone, Maharashtra - 8050
14. Walvan, Mahabaleshwar - 8031
15. Kitwade, Maharashtra - 7849
16. Dungerwadi, Maharashtra – 7790
17. Shirgaon (Bhor), Maharashtra - 7696
18. Castle Rock, Karnataka - 7624
19. Gaganbawada, Maharashtra – 7518
20. Matheran, Maharashtra -  7488
21. Revachvadi, Maharashtra - 7303
22. Hulikal, Karnataka - 7239
23. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 7208
24. Kanakumbi, Karnataka - 7051
25. Koyna, Maharashtra - 7020
26. Patagaon, Maharashtra - 7013

Thanks to Abhijeet Modak for compiling the Maharashtra Toppers.

India Metro Cities & its Airports
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1. Mumbai Airport - 3670 (All time High)
2. Mumbai City - 2731
3. Surat - 1488
4. Kolkata City - 1187
5. Pune City - 1072
6. Kolkata Airport - 960
7. Pune AP - 903
8. Ahmedabad - 851
9. Chennai Airport - 689 10Pune Air
10. Hyderabad - 630
11. Chennai City - 493
12. Bangalore City - 455
13. Bangalore Airport - 453
14. Delhi Airport - 400
15. Delhi City - 404


Tamil Nadu Cities, Towns & its Airports
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Dry regions of monsoon in whole of India such as Kanyakumari Town, Coimbatore Airport, Thoothukudi, Karur and Palyamkottai got excess rains.

1. Tiruttani - 931
2. Dharmapuri - 763
3. Vellore - 748
4. Salem - 732
5. Chennai Airport - 689
6. Pondy - 588
7. Tirupattur - 541
8. Cuddalore - 512
9. Chennai City - 493
10. Thanjavur - 443
11. Kanyakumari - 440 (excess by 215 mm)
12. Nagapattinam - 435
13. Trichy AP - 367
14. Madurai Airport - 344
15. Coimbatore Airport - 247 (excess by 93 mm)
16. Karur - 221 (excess)
17. Palyamkottai - 166 (excess by 83 mm)
18. Thoothukudi - 95 (excess by 60 mm)


Lets wait for 2020 then. No where in the World it pours in such short period of Time. Western Ghats are treasure in World.


9 comments:

Manoj said...

Thank You Abhijit and Pradeep for the latest and fastest update..Ten Thousand mms...Is it a record for the region ? Thank you for city updates also.

Paresh said...

Thanks for all these super updates, guys!

sset said...

Thanks for numbers!

Gujarat vigorous monsoon - widespread 3 digit rains 100-200mm in 24 hrs!

When will North East monsoon start over South East India (Tamil Nadu, Entire South Andhra, south east interior Karnataka). Figures for TN are low - all depends on onset of NEM - this has failed since 2015.

Will be interesting to know most driest states -> TN, AP, GUJ, RAJ ? Obviously will not be GUJ or RAJ - bumper excess SWM.

Hopes on NEM forTN,AP,KAR - then we can evaluate driest states

sset said...

Yesterday again 350mm in 24hrs extreme rains in GUJ fig in cms


09/30/2019: Bhanvad (dist Devbhoomi Dwarka) 33, Jamjodhpur (dist Jamnagar) 22, Kalyanpur (dist Devbhoomi Dwarka) 19, Jamkandorna (dist Rajkot) 19, Rapar (dist Kutch) 17, Khambhalia (dist Devbhoomi Dwarka) 16, Lodhika (dist Rajkot) 15, Jodia (dist Jamnagar) 12, Bhachau (dist Kutch) 11, Bhesan (dist Junagadh) 11, Gondal (dist Rajkot) 11, Anjar (dist Kutch) 10, Junagadh (dist Junagadh) 10, Dhoraji (dist Rajkot) 10, Manavadar (dist Junagadh) 10, Ranavav (dist Porbandar) 10, Morbi (dist Morbi) 10, Tankara (dist Morbi) 9, Gandhidham (dist Kutch) 9

Suresh,Saurabh - check GUJ regional weather report -> http://www.imdahm.gov.in/
All GUJ sections are in excess++ ranging from 800-3000mm

While TN divisions are in in 400mm range... NEM is a big question - let us see how this shapes up?

RaghuN said...

Excellent compilation as usual PJ!

Thank you

RaghuN said...

Pradeep, can you please put up the values for Kerekatte as well?

Just curious as that place is a representative of Kudremukh region rainfall.

Thank you

Saurabh said...

Hi SSET
The entire south india including TN has had an excellent monsoon. Please read the south west monsoon report from IMD. Comparisons with other parts of india is not going to change that fact.
Regards
Saurabh

Unknown said...

Thanks Pradeep, Abhijit for such a quick and fascinating compilation. Unbiased reporting as genuine pluviophiles. It has been a superlative SWM this year and the Vagaries team has made it even more joyous to follow. An unforgettable monsoon for rain lovers.

Suresh

sset said...

Thanks to GSB,Pradeep,Abhijeet for prompt numbers.
If we notice Tamil Nadu and South AP rayalseema regions have received only 50% of rain what GUJ/RAJ has received. Even if add unreliable NEM figures will this augment for TN/AP?
Now we can see observe driest states and regions of India - it is no longer GUJ or RAJ but TN/AP. Main reason can be climate changes over decade - SWM is becoming stronger but NEM is becoming weaker every passing year. SWM always tends to be strong and spend more duration over MAHA,Central India,GUJ,RAJ leading to less rains in lower latitudes. Main worry is lack of rains over SI KAR - Cauvery catchments - Kodagu basin / Augumbe.
As far as northern parts are concerned they have bountiful ganges + WDs (annoying for NEM) to rescue apart from SWM.

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