Tuesday, September 29, 2020

 Posted 29th Afternoon:

Delhi South west Monsoon Withdrawal phase started....complete by 30th.....Dry and hot weather next 4/5 days with day temperatures reaching 38/39c...Dry winds blowing.


Monday, September 28, 2020

 See World Weather News Page Update ...Latest..

Coldest Northern Hemisphere temperature, first recorded by UW, officially confirmed

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Posted Sunday 27th Afternoon:

The South West Monsoon withdrawal has started with the formation of an Anticyclone at 850 hpa levels.


As the withdrawal continues towards Kutch and rest of Rajasthan, Delhi, J&K, Ladakh, H.P. and Haryana, during the week from 28th Sept-2nd Oct, the anticyclone starts extending around the Kutch region.

Saurashtra and Gujarat withdrawal after 3rd October. 

This will bring North/North-West winds upto 850 hpa levels in central peninsula and Maharashtra, creating a temporary period during the week of sporadic scattered rains.

With the wind and pressure gradient changing, the western Ghats region and western Maharashtra will start getting the retreating thundershowers from Saturday 3rd October.

Weather for Marathwada: Very little rains for the next 4 days in the region. Day temperatures will start to rise. Monsoon retreating(Parti)showers /Thundershowers from 3rd October.

Aurangabad/Jalgaon: Very light rainfall during week from Monday -Thursday. Thundershowers on Friday 2nd/Saturday/Sunday

Mumbai: Monday 28th thru -Thursday 1st Oct will be hot and sunny. A few sporadic showers in some parts. The retreating thundershowers will be starting from Saturday 3rd/Sunday 4th.

Pune: Partly cloudy with light rains. Thundershowers from the weekend.

Goa: Reduction and decreased rainfall in Goa from now. The week will see no meaningful rain readings.

Delhi: Monsoon Withdrawal in a few days (as explained above) , dry weather with days warming up to 38/39c.



Friday, September 25, 2020

 Posted Friday 25th afternoon:

Parameters wise South West Monsoon has started its Withdrawal phase from North West India and Punjab.



Rainfall will be reducing in NW and Northern India
Delhi will be Hot and dry this weekend and for the next 4 days.
Punjab and West Rajasthan also to be dry.
 Gujarat and Saurashtra Region: Light to moderate scattered rains this weekend.
Surat/Valsad/Bharuch: Light to moderate rains this weekend..Rains decreasing from next week.

Mumbai: Sharp decrease in rains this weekend with bright and sunny periods. Warm and humid.
Pune: Light drizzles this weekend with marginal rainfall. Rise in day temperatures.

Goa: Sharp decrease in rains quantum after Saturday.
Aurangabad & Jalgaon: Medium rains till Saturday...Thereafter decrease.



Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Rainfall figures of MMR and nearby regions:

World Weather News Updated ..U.K. Chill

Total Rainfall at Scruz (June-Sept) in 2020 is 3680 mms..Record crossed !

2019 Mumbai Santa Cruz ...All Time Record of  3670 mms (June-Sept).

Colaba total in 2020 is 3199 mms..Heading for record ..

Scruz all time annual record is 3785 mms (1958)...and Colaba 3482 mms (1954).

Both Stations crossed 3000 mms in 1954 and 1958

Past 12 hours rainfall in MMR and nearby region(9:30am-9:30pm) in mm:-


1.Ghansoli 189

2.Airoli 134

3.Juinagar 133

4.Ram Mandir 132

5.Khairna Village 130

6.Sanpada 124

7.Kopar Kahirane 123

8.IIT Powai 101

9.Abhyudaya nagar 100

10.Nerul 98

11.Mumbra 96

12.Santacruz IMD 95 (8:30am-8:30pm)

13.Kandivali 94

14.Malad 93

15.Mira Road 90(IMD Aws)

16.Andheri,Grant Road 89

17.Borivali 85

18.Chembur 83

19.Belapur 81

20.CST Railway Stn 72


Data Source:IMD,IITM & MCGM

Posted 23rd Wednesday:

Rainfall ending at 8:30am on 23/09/2020 in MMR and Mumbai and nearby regions:-rainfall in 24 hrs till 23rd morning

In mms.

1.Dadar 344(Pvt Reading)

2.Chincholi 328

3.Dharavi 313

4.Csmt 311

5.Panvel 307

6.Malad 304

7.Kandivali 302

8.RamMandir 300

9.Santacruz 286(IMD)

10.Worli 284

11.Belapur 278

12.Thane 219(IMD Aws)

13.Borivali 208

14.Wadala 196

15.Mulund 195

16.Kopri 194

17.Naupada 187

18.Kurla 187

19.Vashi 186

20.Vasai 182

21.Matheran 163

22.Uran 153

23.Colaba 148(IMD)

Data Source:IMD,MCGM & IITM... Compilation by Abhishek Apte


 Weather for Aurangabad District 23rd -25th: Aurangabad region is receiving good and excess rains since last few days. The total rainfall at Aurangabad has reached 1320 millimeters, which is almost double of the normal for this time. Normal should be 575 millimeters.+130% Excess.

Rains will continue at this rate till Friday 25th. From Saturday 26th rains will reduce. To preserve the standing crops, wait till Saturday.do not pluck from the crops as preserveeing will be difficult for a few days.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

 Mumbai: Heavy rains for Mumbai from Tuesday 22nd Evening/Night..And increase in rains on Wednesday 23rd rains with increased frequency...>100 mms expected ...Rainy Day....Posted 22nd afternoon. 


World Weather News Page Updated

Monday, September 21, 2020

 Posted 21st Afternoon:

Water Vapour has reduced in Punjab and West Rajasthan..withdrawal seems possible in 3 days (As west Rajasthan recorded some rain on 20th...Bikaner 3 cms,, Osian 2 cms, Jodhpur 1 cm).

Mumbai: 21st and 22nd will be partly sunny with few passing showers in some areas. Rains may increase on Wednesday 23rd with occasional showers....

Pune: Intensity of rain frequency reducing from 22nd.

Goa: Intensity of rainfall to reduce from 22nd...still occasional showers continue.

Sporadic thundershowers possible in Jabalpur region next 3 days. Total rain crosses the 1000 mms mark for this season.

Delhi": Sporadic light to medium showers on 22nd/23rd...Getting dry and hot after 24th.

  • Mumbai Lake Live Storage Levels as on 20th September:
  • 98.29%
    Combined live storage across all lakes compared to 97.85% same time last year. 1,422,602 million litres - Live storage as at 6 am 19 Sep 2020. [Annual requirement: 1,447,363 million litres, Total capacity: 1,778,000 million litres]
  • 12 Months
    Number of days of supply left in all lakes combined (@ 3,800 million litres BMC supplies to city each day).
  • 709,081 million litres
    भातसा / Bhatsa. At 98.89% of its live storage capacity of 717,037 million litres, compared to 98% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 5 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,733 mm. Lake's share of water to Mumbai: 48%. Nearly 70% of water in the dam is meant for Mumbai.
  • 226,083 million litres
    Upper Vaitarna. At 99.58% of its live storage capacity of 227,047 million litres, compared to 98% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 13 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,335 mm. Lake's share of water to Mumbai: 16%.
  • 187,329 million litres
    Middle Vaitarna. At 96% of its live storage capacity of 193,530 million litres, compared to 97% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 50 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,602 mm.Lake's share of water to Mumbai: 12%.
  • 120,256 million litres
    मोडकसागर / Modak Sagar. At 93% of its maximum capacity of 128,925 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 67 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,393 mm. Lake's share of water to Mumbai: 11%. The city sources 440 million litres of water each day from the lake. First overflow of the season at 9.24 pm on 18 Aug,
  • 144,358 million litres
    तानसा / Tansa. At 99.50% of its live storage capacity of 145,080 million litres, compared to 99% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 44 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,284 mm. Lake's share of water to Mumbai: 10%. First overflow of the season at 7:05 pm 20 Aug.
  • 8,046 million litres
    Tulsi. At 100% of its live storage capacity of 8,046 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Lake's share of water to Mumbai: 2%. Today's Rainfall: 10 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 3,838 mm. The lake overflowed for the first time this season at 12 noon on 27 Jul.
  • 27,449 million litres
    Vihar. At 99.10% of its live storage capacity of 27,698 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Lake's share of water to Mumbai: 1%. Today's Rainfall: 7 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 3,103 mm. The lake overflowed for the first time this season at 10 pm on 05 Aug.

 Pune Dams as on 20th September:

  • 301,610 million litres
    पानशेत / Panshet Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 301,610 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 0 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,160 mm. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city. 48% rise in storage since 05 Aug. First date of overflow this season: 18 Aug.
  • 51,910 million litres
    खडकवासला / Khadakwasla Dam. At 92% of its live capacity of 55,910 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 0 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 890 mm. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city. PMC draws 1,350 million litres from the reservoir each day and supplies it to Pune city.
  • 363,410 million litres
    वरसगाव / Warasgaon (aka Varasgaon) Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 361,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 0 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,060 mm. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city. 53% rise in storage since 05 Aug. First overflow of season on 25 Aug.
  • 102,230 million litres
    टेमघर / Temghar Dam. At 97% of its live capacity of 105,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Today's Rainfall: 0 mm. Total Rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,736 mm. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 517,760 million litres
    Mulshi Dam. At 99% of its live capacity of 522,760 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Today's rainfall: 0 mm. Total rainfall since 01 Jun: 2,732 mm. Water from the dam is used for irrigation as well as for producing electricity at the Bhira hydroelectric power plant, operated by Tata Power. First overflow of the season on 22 Aug.
  • 245,880 million litres
    पवना / Pawana Dam. At 89% of its live capacity of 273,000 million litres, compared to 87% at the same time last year. Today's rainfall: 0 mm. Total rainfall since 01 Jun: 1,649 mm.

Sunday, September 20, 2020

 20th September: Unconfirmed Twitter Report Rainfall put up...Coastal Karnatak: Udipi district



Friday, September 18, 2020

 Posted 18th Afternoon:

Weather for Marathwada Farmers: Marthwada and Aurangabad District will get medium heavy showers/thundershowers in many parts of the district. This will be there for next 3 days. Around 10-25 millimetres rain expected per day. This rainfall is now needed, and will not be too heavy.

Jalgaon: some showers next 3 days around 15 millimeters per day.



 Next 3 days : 19th/20th/21st:
 Mumbai: Monsoon hangs on in Mumbai till end September (at least)..What's in for the weekend...19th/20th/21st...considerably Cloudy weather with chances of a few showers. Locally heavy possible.No major or disruptive rains.

Pune: Intermittent moderate rainfall expected this weekend. Some heavy spells in certain local parts. 

Jabalpur: Partly cloudy day, with thundershowers possible by evening /night.

Delhi: Warm/Hot weekend..rise in day temperatures to 37/38c.

Kolkata: Increase in showers to some extent on Sunday 20th..

Sindh/Karachi: South West Monsoon withdrawal phase to begin from 20th


Thursday, September 17, 2020

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Nanded district 24 hours rainfall figures

Rainfall ending at 8:30am on 16/09/2020 in Nanded district ( Marathwada).. 

1.Mukhed:133mms

2.Shahapur:103mms

3.Billoli:79mms

4.Himayatnagar:61mms

5.Degloor:54mms

6.NaigaonKhairgaon:40mms

7.Dharmabad:38mms

Data Source:IMD



 


Tuesday, September 15, 2020

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Monday, September 14, 2020

 Posted Monday  14th afternoon. 

Low pressure off the Andhra Coast expected to track W/NW. Heavy rains expected in Vidharbh, Marathwada and Telengana.

Depending on the  further  track,  the withdrawal of the  S. W. Monsoon in West Rajasthan  is now delayed. 

Weather for Farmers in Aurangabad...rains expeceted to be heavy in Aurangabad District for the next 3/4 days. 15 - 30 millimeters  expected per day. Proper draining arrangement to be made to drain out the waters. 

Mumbai...Monsoon not yet over..Next 3/4 days will be partly sunny with  passing showers. A slight  increase in rainfall  on Wednesday 16th.

Pune..A few showers and cloudy for the next two days. A..next 3/4days... slight possibility of increasing rain on Wednesday 16th.

Lonavla.. cloudy with  moderate rains..increase in heavy  rains expected on Wednesday. 

Goa..cloudy with moderate occasional shower. Around 15-25 mms per day .

Thursday, September 10, 2020

 World Weather News Updated ...Fall of Temperature at Denver !

Posted 10th afternoon

Weather  for Marathwada Farmers....Rainfall  in Aurangabad  District will increase from Friday 11th. Frequency and rainfall intensity will increase from Friday till Sunday.  Careful of thundershowers  and lightnings. Cool day temperatures. 

The countdown  ( of rain days) has started for South West  Monsoon  withdrawal from West Rajasthan and Kutch.

Mumbai... Monsoon  not yet over. Rainfall expected to increase from Friday 11th ,and a slightly wetter weekend on Saturday  and Sunday.

  • 98.00%
    Combined live storage across all lakes compared to 98.01% same time last year. 1,418,408 million litres - Live storage as at 6 am 09 Sep 2020. [Annual requirement: 1,447,363 million litres, Total capacity: 1,778,000 million litres]
  • 12 Months
    Number of days of supply left in all lakes combined (@ 3,800 million litres BMC supplies to city each day).

Pune: moderate  to heavy thundershowers in many parts of Pune for the next 2 days till Sunday. 

Rainfall prevailing  in Surat and  South Gujarat  this weekend with some heavy thundershowers  in many parts  of Saurashtra.

Tuesday, September 08, 2020

 Space News Page Updated 

Posted 8th Afternoon:

Withdrawal of SW Monsoon

  • a) Withdrawal from extreme north-western parts of the country is not attempted before 1st September.
  • b) After 1st September:

The following major synoptic features are considered for the first withdrawal from the western parts of NW India.

  • i) Cessation of rainfall activity over the area for continuous 5 days.
  • ii) Establishment of anticyclone in the lower troposphere (850 hPa and below)
  • iii) Considerable reduction in moisture content as inferred from satellite water vapour imageries and tephigrams.


An Anticyclone (High Pressure Area) likely to form in North West India  from 9th September.

This would signal and create one of the conditions for Withdrawal..thus commencing the parameters. 

Rainfall in West Rajasthan on 7th September: Erinpura/Jawai Dam 15 cms, Nagaur 9 cms, Luni 4 cms, Sardarshahar 3 cms, Jodhpur 2 cms.

No rains expected now.

i) Further withdrawal from the country is declared, keeping the spatial continuity, reduction in moisture as seen in the water vapour imageries and prevalence of dry weather for 5 days.


As on 7th September, Good Water Levels in Gujarat , specially Kutch.

  • 1,492,680 million litres
    North Gujarat Region. At 77% of its gross capacity of 1,922,260 million litres. Same time last year at 858,720 million litres.
  • 2,142,890 million litres
    Central Gujarat Region. At 91% of its live capacity of 2,347,360 million litres. Same time last year at 2,237,440 million litres.
  • 7,228,120 million litres
    South Gujarat Region. At 83% of its live capacity of 8,624,780 million litres. Same time last year at 7,516,040 million litres.
  • 300,790 million litres
    Kutch. At 90% of its live capacity of 332,270 million litres. Same time last year at 230,890 million litres.
  • 2,416,110 million litres
    Saurashtra. At 94% of its live capacity of 2,539,930 million litres. Same time last year at 1,443,040 million litres.
  • 8,633,150 million litres
    Sardar Sarovar. At 91% of its live capacity of 9,460,000 million litres. Same time last year at 8,590,040 million litres.
  • 22,214,740 million lires
    Gujarat State. At 88% of its live capacity of 25,266,600 million litres. Same time last year at 21,180,040 million litres.


Saturday, September 05, 2020

SWM Rainfall Toppers from 01.06.2020 to 31.08.2020, know the wettest places in this Monsoon

All India Rainfall Toppers from 01-06-2020 to 31-08-2020
Min (5500 mm)

1. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya – 9008
2. RKM Cherrapunji, Meghalaya – 8756
3. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya – 8522
4. Amboli, Maharashtra – 8340
5. Tamhini Ghat, Maharashrta – 6690
6. Kumbhi Dam, Maharashrta – 6559
7. Amagaon, Karnataka - 6348
8. Kitwade, Maharashrta – 6277
9. Hulikal, Karnataka - 6121
10. Gavali, Karnataka - 6020
11. Lemeking, Arunachal Pradesh - 5933
12. Patgaon, Maharashrta – 5844
13. Ghatghar Dam, Maharashrta - 5833
14. Dungerwadi, Maharashrta - 5810
15. Mulshi Dam, Maharashrta - 5805
16. Castle Rock, Karnataka - 5778
17. Patharpunj, Maharashrta – 5756
18. Dajipur, Maharashrta – 5731
19. Talacauvery, Karnataka - 5647
20. Vendse, Karnataka - 5534

Maharashtra SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 5200 mm)

1. Amboli, Sindhudurg – 8340
2. Tamhini Ghat, Pune – 6690
3. Kumbhi Dam, Kolhapur – 6559
4. Kitwade, Kolhapur – 6277
5. Shirgaon Ghat, Pune - 5940
6. Patgaon, Kolhapur – 5844
7. Ghatghar Dam, Ahmednagar - 5833
8. Dungerwadi, Pune - 5810
9. Mulshi Dam, Pune - 5805
10. Patharpunj, Satara – 5756
11. Dajipur, Kolhapur – 5731
12. Walvan, Satara - 5411
13. Gaganbawada, Kolhapur - 5408
14. Dawadi Ghat, Pune - 5250
15. Navaja Ghat, Satara - 5210

Karnatata SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 4500 mm)

1. Amagaon, Belgaum - 6348
2. Hulikal, Shimoga - 6121
3. Gavali, Belgaum - 6020
4. Castle Rock, Uttar Kannada - 5778
5. Talacauvery, Kodagu - 5647
6. Vendse, Udupi - 5534
7. Kundal, Uttar Kannada - 5301
8. Kanakumbi, Belgaum - 5282
9. Kotni, Belgaum - 5240
10. Nergod, Uttar Kannada - 5156
11. Kollur, Udupi - 4954
12. Alluru, Udupi - 4892
13. Cogar, Shimoga - 4832
14. Anasi, Uttar Kannada - 4792
15. Agumbe, Shimoga - 4744 (10 days missing)
16. Mastikatte, Shimoga - 4700
17. Ulugadde, Uttar Kannada - 4696
18. Gerusoppa, Uttar Kannada - 4690 (30 days missing)
19. Kerekatte, Chikmagalur - 4596
20. Chapoli, Belgaum - 4500

North East India SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 3000 mm)

1. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya – 9008
2. RKM Cherrapunji, Meghalaya – 8756
3. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya – 8522
4. Lemeking, Arunachal Pradesh - 5933
5. Desangpani, Assam – 4032
6. Mathanguri, Assam – 3818
7. Reshi, Sikkim - 3349
8. Khliehriat, Meghalaya – 3248
9. Passighat, Arunachal Pradesh – 3713
10. Panbari, Assam – 3000

Goa SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 3000 mm)

1. Pernem – 4178
2. Sanquelim – 3864
3. Quepem – 3815
4. Valpoi – 3792
5. Ponda - 3626
6. Ela – 3623
7. Sanguem – 3618
8. Canacona – 3537
9. Panaji – 3193
10. Ganjem - 3184

West Bengal SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 2500 mm)

1. Alipurduar – 4050
2. Barobhisa – 3913
3. Chepan – 3970
4. Gazoldoba – 3272
5. Hasimara – 3173
6. Neora – 2921
7. Jaldhaka NH 31 – 2653
8. Diana – 2625
9. Murti – 2604
10. Champasari – 2560

Kerala SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 2500 mm)

1. Kuttiyadi, Kozhikode – 3988
2. Vadakara, Kozhikode – 3573
3. Vellarikundu, Kasargode - 3258
4. Kakkayam, Kozhikode - 3184
5. Kannur, Kannur – 2959
6. Taliparamba, Kannur – 2829
7. Kudulu, Kasargod – 2739
8. Padinjarathara, Wayanad - 2637
9. Hosdurg, Kasargod – 2596
10. Irukkur, Kannur ~ 2500

Tamil Nadu SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 1500 mm)

1. Devala, Nilgiris – 3956
2. Chinnakallar, Coimbatore – 2793
3. Pandalur, Nilgiris – 2790
4. Avalanche, Nilgiris – 2722
5. Periyakallar (Valparai PTO), Coimbatore – 2521
6. Mukurthy, Nilgiris - 2377
7. Cincona, Coimbatore – 2361
8. Sholayar Dam, Coimbatore – 2330
9. Upper Bhavani, Nilgiris - 2095
10. Gudalur, Nilgiris – 2047
11. Valparai PAP, Coimbatore – 1974
12. Valparai Taluk Office, Coimbatore – 1942
13. Upper Gudalur, Nilgiris – 1798
14. Naduvattam, Nilgiris – 1651
15. Cherangodu, Nilgiris – 1627

Gujarat SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 2000 mm)

1. Umerpada, Surat - 3224
2. Khambhalia, Dwarka - 2486
3. Damanganga, Valsad - 2322
4. Bhanvad, Dwarka - 2274
5. Kalyanpur, Dwarka - 2212
6. Madhuban Dam, Valsad - 2192
7. Umergam, Valsad - 2158
8. Navsari, Navsari - 2148
9. Dolvan, Tapi - 2098
10. Jalalpor, Navsari - 2049

Odisha SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 1500 mm)

1. Balimela – 1974
2. Deogaon – 1768
3. Telkoi - 1711
4. Phulbani – 1628
5. Barkote - 1598
6. Surajgarh - 1570
7. Kuchinda - 1529
8. Kantamal – 1528
9. Korba – 1526
10. Sundergarh - 1501

North India SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
(min 2000)

1. Munsyari, Uttrakhand – 3119
2. Elgin Bridge, Uttar Pradesh – 2048
3. Chandradeepghat, Uttar Pradesh – 2004
4. Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh ~ 2000
5. Thal, Uttrakhand ~ 2000

Islands Rainfall from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
in mm

1. Portblair, Andaman – 1318
2. Aminidivi, Lakshadweep – 1070
3. Car Nicobar, Nicobar – 1050
4. Mincoy, Lakshadweep – 992
5. Agathi, Lakshadweep – 973

Metro Cities (above 3 million population) Toppers from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
in mm

1. Mumbai AP (Santacruz) – 3138
2. Mumbai City (Colaba) – 2882
3. Surat – 1857
4. Kolkata AP (Dum Dum) – 1142
5. Kolkata City (Alipore) – 1119
6. Ahmedabad AP – 850
7. Pune AP (Lohagaon) – 628
8. Hyderabad AP – 605
9. Pune City – 597
10. Delhi AP (Palam) – 581
11. Delhi City (Safdarjung) – 556
12. Jaipur AP – 481
13. Chennai AP (Meenambakkam) – 422
14. Bangalore City – 351
15. Bangalore AP (HAL) – 345
16. Chennai City (Nungambakkam) – 180

Tamil Nadu Select Towns & Airport Rainfall from 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
in mm

1. Tiruttani - 587
2. Tirupattur - 533
3. Vellore - 450
4. Salem - 439
5. Chennai AP (Meenambakkam) – 422
6. Trichy AP - 390
7. Karur - 383
8. Karaikkal - 338
9. Dharmapuri - 338
10. Nagapattinam - 307
11. Thanjavur - 280
12. Madurai - 239
13. Pondy - 186
14. Erode - 184
15. Chennai City (Nungambakkam) – 180
16. Cuddalore - 174
17. Kanyakumari - 153
18. Madurai AP - 148
19. Palayamkottai - 102
20. Coimbatore AP (Peelamedu) - 94
21. Thoothukudi - 8

Driest Places in India 01.06.20 to 31.08.2020
in mm (min 100 mm)

1. Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu – 8
2. Sangam, Kashmir – 48
3. Murappandu, Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu – 73
4. Coimbatore AP, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu – 94
5. Palayamkottai, Tamil Nadu – 102

Friday, September 04, 2020

 See Weather Knowledge Page and World Weather News..Updated

Posted Friday 4th  afternoon:

Weather for Farmers in Marathwada: after a 4 day dry period, Thunder Showers are possible in the afternoon/evening in Aurangabad region on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th. The showers can be heavy in some areas where rains may exceed 25 millimeters.

All along the Western Ghats in Maharashtra and Goa, Thundershowers are expected on Saturday and Sunday (Satara Sangli, Kolhapur, Sholapur regions also)...Mahableshwar and Lonavala can get weekend thunder showers in the latter part of the day.

Pune : To get the afternoon thunder shower, heavy in some parts on the weekend.

Mumbai: Partly cloudy, getting cloudy towards evening. An occasional shower. 

Delhi NCR: A few passing showers in parts of Delhi NCR this weekend. Weather getting drier and hot next week.

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

 

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 Gujarat excess rainfall data till 31st August. 

Data compiled by Gaurav Raninga (Junagadh) 




Top 10 heaviest rainfall places of Gujarat...From Shitij Jain 

1. Umerpada (Surat) 3224 mm                                     
2. Umergam (Valsad) 2158 mm
3. Navsari 2148 mm
4. Dolvan (Tapi) 2098 mm
5. Jalalpore (Navsari) 2049 mm
6. Valsad 2046 mm
7. Gandevi(Navsari) 1948 mm
8. Surat city 1933 mm 
9. Kaprada (Valsad) 1927 mm
10. Choryasi (Surat) 1921 mm

Top 10 heaviest rainfall places of Saurashtra 

1. Khambaliya (Dwarka) 2486 mm (348% of normal rain)

2. Bhanvad (Dwarka) 2274 mm
(360% of normal rain)

3. Kalyanpur (Dwarka) 2212 mm
(296% of normal rain)

4. Visavdaar (Junagadh) 1896 mm (180% of normal rain)

5. Talala (Gir) 1742 mm (164% of normal rain)

6. Jamjodhpur (Jamnagar) 1682 mm (253% of normal rain)

7. Ranavav(porbander) 1575 mm
(206% of normal rain)

8. Malla (Junagadh) 1569 mm(159% of normal rain)

9. Mandvi (Kutch) 1543 mm (362% of normal rain)

10. Sutrapada(Gir) 1531 mm
(182% of normal rain)

Monday, August 31, 2020

Maharashtra's Top 16 Stations Seasonal Rainfall with Ghat sections, Mumbai MMR & lakes seasonal maps

Amboli is 1st station to achieve 8K mark from Maharashtra ghat this season & 2nd on India level after of Cherrapunji!

Maharashtra Rainfall Toppers from 01-06-2020 to ending till 8.30 am on 31-08-2020
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in mms

1. Amboli, Sawantwadi - 8340
2. Tamhini, Pune - 6940
3. Kumbhi Dam, Gaganbavda - 6559
4. Kitvade, Ajara - 6288
5. Shirgaon, Mulshi - 5930
6. Patgaon, Bhudargad - 5844
7. Ghatghar Dam, Nagar - 5833
8. Mulshi Dam, Pune - 5805
9. Patharpunj, Patan - 5756
10. Dajipur, Radhanagri - 5731 
11. Davdi, Mulshi - 5620
12. Dongarwadi, Mulshi - 5550
13. Walwan, Mahabaleshwar - 5411
14. Gaganbawada, Kolhapur - 5408
15. Bhira, Raigad - 5121
16. Hasne, Radhanagari- 5078

Top 16 list Compilation by Abhijit



Maharashtra's Western Ghat Seasonal Rainfall Map below



Mumbai MMR seasonal Rainfall map below





Mumbai's MMR region water supplying lakes area seasonal rainfall with live water storage map below



All above three maps made by Tejas & it's data compiled by Abhijit 

 Posted 31st August 1PM

Now, with the series of BBs ending, we move into another phase for the 1st week of september.

Significant decrease in rains over Central India (M.P, and East Rajasthan), Western India  (Gujarat, Maharashtra and south Rajasthan). Decrease also in N.I.Karnataka.




Delhi & Jabalpur will see lower rainfall till Wednesday. Thursday will see some increase in rains for a couple of days.

Gujarat : Today's Rainfall; Sent By Vag. Shitij Jain (Surat)




Gujarat Outlook: Major reduction in rains from Tuesday 1st, with bright periods of sunshine till Friday 4th








Mumbai: Monday 31st: Some passing showers. 

Tuesday  1st- Friday 4th : Substantial reduction in rains. Days will be partly cloudy with sunny intervals.

Mumbai Lakes:

  • 96.06%
    Combined live storage across all lakes compared to 95% same time last year. 1,390,404 million litres - Live storage as at 6 am 31 Aug 2020. [Annual requirement: 1,447,363 million litres, Total capacity: 1,778,000 million litres]
  • 365 Days
    Number of days of supply left in all lakes combined (@ 3,800 million litres BMC supplies to city each day).

Pune Dams: Panshet 100%, Khadakvasla 98% Temghar    89%, Varasgaon 100%., Mulshi 100%, Pawana 92%.

Sunday, August 30, 2020

 

Check World Weather News Page....

Hurricane Laura and the Wind Speed Dilemma..So what is going on?  How strong was the storm?  Category two or four?. Very Interesting.

Phoenix Has Record-Breaking Heat Wave With 50 Days Of 110°F...43.3c

Saturday, August 29, 2020

 With 85 mms as on Saturday 29th Morning, Mumbai Scruz reaches a total of 3038 mms this season.

As per Vagaries' Records, this could be the earliest date (29th Aug 2020) for Santa Cruz to reach the 3000 mms mark.
In 1954, when the previous record of season's total was 3452 mms, end August was at 2532 mms.

As on 29th :Colaba with 108 mms, totals 2816 mms.
Mumbai and nearby rainfall ending at 8:30am on 29/08/2020: Compiled by Vag. Abhishek.
Vashi:151mms Pawane:142mms, Juinagar:140mms Khairna Village,#Sanpada,Dadar W(Pvt reading):131mms Chembur:126mms, Ghansoli:114mms, Airoli:110mms Colaba:108mms Dharavi:107mms, Powai:106mms Belapur:105m, Mumbra 102 mms
Dombivali E:98mms, Ghatkopar:97mm Bhayander:94mms, Kopri:92mms Mira Road:90mms, Santacruz:85mms Ram Mandir:81mms, Dahisar,Kandivali:77mms Andheri:73mms, Borivali:69mms

Good Rainfall in Nagpur as estimated: Rainfall as on 29th Morning (24 hrs): Nagpur Agri College 73 mms, Nagpur A.P. 60 mms.
Gondia 73 mms, Wardha 43 mms, Amravati and Yavatmal 33 mms.

Surat 52 mms, Valsad 35 mms.

The Monsoon Axis is expected to shift Northwards. Hence from 1st September, we can expect "Break Monsoon" conditions ( Subdued Rainfall) in Gujarat, West M.P,, Madhya Maharashtra, Konkan and Karnataka....More on this on Sunday.

 Posted 29th Afternoon: Delhi South west Monsoon Withdrawal phase started....complete by 30th.....Dry and hot weather next 4/5 days with da...