Tuesday, June 30, 2020

June Month Rainfall Map for MMR region with Lakes storage & Ghats section of Maharashtra

North Konkan has witnessed Deficient June this year due to no proper set up of Monsoon westerlies depth till date.

Mumbai island city's Colaba ends in normal June rainfall category as recorded 524.5 mm for whole month so has got 97% of avg! 

While Mumbai as whole city's representation Santacruz saw 395mm rainfall so has ended in deficit of -22% less rain for June 2020

Palghar Dist having Deficit June with -51% less rain than normal with some stations having up to -70% less rains in entire month. In below map, one can see Talasari month rainfall is only 119 mms! (which looks like as if is 24 hr rainfall figure)

Raigad Dist seeing -47% Deficit Rain

Thane Dist seeing -36% Deficit Rain


June 2020 Total Rainfall Map of Mumbai MMR in North Kokan division 



Maharashtra's Western Ghats region Rainfall for June 2020

Amboli is 1st station to achieve 2K mark from Maha ghat




Mumbai water supplying lakes June month rainfall & current live storage till date




                                                                                                 Lakes data courtesy Richa Pinto TOI

Above Maps by Vagarian Tejas Baxi  & Data compiled by Vagarian Abhijit Modak



Nashik 47 mm ending 8.30am today. June ATR is broken. 364 mm seasonal rainfall till now. Previous record of wettest June ever was 353.9 mm in year 2005.

So Nashik city sets the new wettest record in June 2020!

Pune opposite of it's legacy with easterlies rain this June. Western suburbs like Pashan & Kothrud sees lowest rain with PCMC belt compare to eastern suburbs counter part 

June 2020 month rainfall in mms of PMR:

Saswad 301
Hadapsar 293
Pune AP (Lohgaon) 284
Bibwewadi 248
Shivajinagar 222
Yerwada 221
Bhosari 199
Wakad 182
Katraj 181
Alandi 174
Chinchwad 167
Pashan 159
Tathawade 152
Talegaon 151
Kothrud 139

Aurangabad saw wettest June this year in more than decade period as recorded 497 mms rainfall and remained short by just 26 mm from breaking it's ATR of 523 mm which was recorded in June 1991.

So this may be 2nd wettest June also after 1991!


Also Aurangabad already received 66% of annual rain in just one month time as annual avg is of 750 mm



Data Courtesy: IMD & MH State Dept

Monday, June 29, 2020

Heavy thunder showers ⚡in South and central mumbai from 9 pm... Accumulated 70 mms at Dadar and 50 mms at working. Between 20 and 35 mms at many other places... Full details in the morning. 
Posted 29th June : 1 pm IST:

Outlook for 29th/30th/1st July:

Madhya Maharashtra Regions  (Pune/ Nasik/Ahmednagar) will get Thunder Showers in the latter part of the of these 3 days. 

Mumbai: Monday 29th: A thunder Shower possible in the late evening or overnight.
Tuesday 30th: Rain intensity increasing in many parts of city on Tuesday 30th night.

Marathwada will get thunder showers in some places and a shower or two upto 10 mms in Aurangabad region on Monday and Tuesday. Accumulated water drainage from fields will be easier with less rains.

North/North-West India including Delhi /Haryana will see hot dry days with temperatures shooting up. The Monsoon plays elusive for a few days.
Yet to advance (Vagaries View) in Western Rajashtan.

Friday, June 26, 2020

See Weather Knowledge Page Updated

Posted Friday 26th : 1 pm IST:

The Monsoon axis remains in the Northern regions of India, thus pushing the South West Monsoon into most regions barring the extreme Western parts of India.



In spite of these Break Conditions, Thunder Cell activity with CumuloNimbus build up was seen locally, not as a widespread system, in parts of South Madhya Maharashtra and Northern Marathawada, with Solapur recording 41 mms of rain. 
Southwards, the "pop up" brought rains in Interior Karnataka, with Bangalore A.P. receiving 79 mms and City 40 mms.

These thunder Storms occurred as a result of localised heating causing  a slight dis-organisation of winds in the Western Peninsula (See map above) and helped by an upper air trough at 700 hp levels  ( in Central Peninsula) . This can happen in break Monsoon conditions due to excess localised heating and  rising thermals supported by trough Divergence if any.

We see thunder showers in patches in Marathwada for next 2 days. Thunder shower with extreme lightning possible. Next 4 days , moderate medium rains in Marathwada. 
Aurangabad District will get some showers with medium intensity next 3 days (around 15-20 mms in areas of rain per day). Will help drain out the fields of water from heavy showers.

Friday 26th/Saturday 27th/Sunday 28th:
Mumbai: Weekend will be partly cloudy with few heavy showers in parts of city..rainfall gradually increasing from Monday

Pune: Chance of a thunder shower in some parts of city on Friday. Weather will be partly cloudy with light showers in parts on Saturday and Sunday.

Goa; Showers in Goa this weekend on 15-20 mms daily basis. No increase till Wednesday in intensity.

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

See Author's Page for

Increased Warming in Latest Generation of Climate Models Likely caused by Clouds..



Northwestern Maharashtra ghats rainfall performance till 24 June 2020: in mms.. Compiled by Vagarian Abhijit Modak

Igatpuri 616
Malshej 472
Ahupe 431
Bhimashankar 381
Matheran 629
Khandala 483
Lonavla 543
Lavasa 512
Bhira 663
Davdi 733
Tamhini 920
Shirgaon, Tamhini 1000
Mahabaleshwar 700

Posted Wednesday 24th June 1 PM IST:

Currently Vagaries estimate the Monsoon Axis line as shown, with Monsoon advance indications :

Expected to Move Northwards ...Creating the Initial "Break Monsoon" Condition.

Heavy rains with local flooding expected in Bihar and Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim.
 NE states will get good rainfall next 4 days. Cherrapunji recorded 356 mms in 24 hrs ended today, totaling to 1559 mms for the season...and more expected now.

Outlook for 24th/25th/26th/27th June:
Monsoon expected to move into Delhi, U.P. Himachal and Punjab by 25th..Heavy rains last 24 hrs in H.P:
HIMACHAL PRADESH 06/24/2020 : PALAMPUR 110.0 mms,  JOGINDARNAGAR 96.0 mms  BAIJNATH 93.0 mms,  DHARMSALA 92.4 mms,  KANGRA AERO 87.0 mms, KANGRA SARAHAN 33.0 mms,  KUMARSAIN 32.6 mms,  NAGROTA SURIAN 31.2 mms,  KANGRA KOTHI 28.2 mms, DALHOUSI ALHA AWS 25.0 mms.

Subdued rainfall in NW India, after 25th ..
Central India and along Coastal Karnatak, N.I. Karnatak, Konkan, Interior Mah, Gujarat State will see subdued and scanty rainfall.
Warm/hot temperatures in the regions with scanty rainfall....After hot days, there is a possibility of Localised Thunder Storms may pop up over Marathwada on 27th.


Outlook for 24th/25th/26th/27th June:
Mumbai; Partly sunny with few passing showers. Hot sultry day. Mumbai total rain is now in deficit..Improvement necessary to augment the Water Position. 

Pune: Thunder Shower possible after hot day on 25th..Rest of the days partly cloudy with light rains in some parts of city.

Goa: Partly cloudy with few passing showers..weak Monsoon.

Aurangabad: Partly cloudy with stray showers.Weak Monsoon . A localised Thunder Shower may occur on 27th....very localised. 

Delhi: Expect the Monsoon to advance by 25th..but decrease in rainfall after 25th.

Monday, June 22, 2020

All India Toppers of Rainfall in 20 days of monsoon from 01.06.2020 to 20.06.2020, Select state wise toppers have been published too.

All India Rainfall Toppers from 01-06-2020 to ending till 8.30 am on 20-06-2020

Min (1000 mm)

1. Amboli, Maharashtra - 1636
2. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya - 1602
3. Aluru, Karnataka - 1354
4. Vendse, Karnataka - 1284
5. Patgaon, Maharashtra - 1271
6. Malvan, Maharashtra - 1244
7. Gaganbawada, Maharashtra - 1210
8. Pernem, Goa – 1186
9. RKM Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 1180
10. Dajipur, Maharashtra – 1179
11. Sawantwadi, Maharashtra - 1143
12. Vadakara, Kerala - 1137
13. Karwar, Karnataka - 1129
14. Kumbhi Dam, Maharashtra - 1087
15. Savantvada, Karnataka - 1083
16. Ankola, Karnataka - 1080
17. Belikere, Karnataka - 1073
18. Vaibhavwadi, Maharashtra - 1048
19. Kitwade, Maharashtra - 1044
20. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 1033
21. Rajapur, Maharashtra - 1030
22. Gokarna, Karnataka  - 1019
23. Revachiwadi, Maharashtra – 1007
24. Patharpunj, Maharashtra - 1002
25. Kumta, Karnataka - 1000

Maharashtra SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 20.06.2020

(min 1000 mm)

1. Amboli - 1636
2. Patgaon - 1271
3. Malvan - 1244
4. Gaganbawada - 1210
5. Dajipur – 1179
6. Sawantwadi - 1143
7. Kumbhi Dam - 1087
8. Vaibhavwadi - 1048
9. Kitwade - 1044
10. Rajapur - 1030
11. Revachiwadi – 1007
12. Patharpunj - 1002

Karnatata SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 20.06.2020

(min 900mm)

1. Aluru, Udupi - 1354
2. Vendse, Udupi - 1284
3. Savantvada, Uttar Kannada - 1083
4. Ankola, Uttar Kannada - 1080
5. Belikere, Uttar Kannada - 1073
6. Gokarna, Uttar Kannada - 1019
7. Kumta, Uttar Kannada - 1000
8. Albadi, Udupi - 969
9. Avershe, Udupi - 951
10. Hulikal, Shimoga - 946
11. Mulikar, Udupi - 940
12. Kollur, Udupi - 933
13. Talacauvery, Kodagu - 929
14. Ampar, Udupi - 926
15. Bandal, Uttar Kannada - 924
16. Kota, Udupi - 914
17. Akheti, Uttar Kannada - 911

North East India SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 20.06.2020

(min 500 mm)

1. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya - 1602
2. RKM Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 1180
3. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 1033
4. Mathanguri, Assam - 687
5. Khliehriat, Meghalaya - 668
6. Tulargram, Assam - 611
7. Shipgyer, Sikkim - 567
8. Sankalang, Sikkim - 551
9. Haora, Tripura - 545
10. Kamalapur, Tripura - 520
11. Annapurnaghat, Assam - 517
12. Anipur, Assam - 513
13. Paigong, Sikkim - 505
14. Badarpurghat, Assam - 500
15. Karimganj, Assam - 500

Goa SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 20.06.2020

(min 750 mm)

1. Pernem - 1186
2. Mormugao - 938
3. Panaji - 932
4. Canacona - 916
5. Dabolim - 896
6. Sanquelim - 885
7. Quepem - 812
8. Sanguem - 787
9. Margao - 775

Kerala SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 20.06.2020

(min 500 mm)

1. Vadakara, Kozhikode - 1137
2. Kannur, Kannur - 869
3. Kuttiyadi, Kozhikode - 767
4. Taliparamba, Kannur - 674
5. Kudulu, Kasargod - 674
6. Quilandy, Kozhikode - 662
7. Thalserry, Kannur - 580
8. Irukkur, Kannur - 547
9. Perumannu, Kannur - 509
10. Kozhikode, Kozhikode - 504

West Bengal SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 20.06.2020

(min 500 mm)

1.Nagrakata 546
2.Chepan - 545
3.Buxaduar - 535
4.Neora- 511
5.Barobisha - 500

Odisha SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 21.06.2020

(min 400 mm)

1. Machulpali - 607
2. Sundergarh - 564
3. Kuchinda - 462
4. Korba - 440
5. Laikera - 423
6. Jharsuguda - 419
7. Deogaon - 415

Tamil Nadu SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 20.06.2020

(min 200 mm)

1. Devala, Nilgiris - 597
2. Pandalur, Nilgiris - 529
3. Periyakallar (Valparai PTO), Coimbatore  - 370
4. Sholayar Dam, Coimbatore - 360
5. Chinnakallar, Coimbatore - 303
6. Kuzhithurai, Kanyakumari - 295
7. Eraniel, Kanyakumari -  282
8. Cincona, Coimbatore - 274
9. Upper Kodayar, Kanyakumari - 273
10. Chittar 1, Kanyakumari -265
11. Lower Kodayar, Kanyakumari - 257
12. Gudalur, Nilgiris - 243
13. Manomboly, Coimbatore - 224
14. Chittar 2, Kanyakumari - 223
15. Padanthorai, Nilgiris - 200
16. Valparai PAP, Coimbatore - 200
Posted Monday 22nd June 1 pm IST:

TheUAC/trough we had mentioned few days back moved (unexpectedly) Westwards off the West Gujarat coast. UAC over Western Arabian Sea causing fast Monsoon advance upto Kutch, with heavy rains in Kutch and parts of Saurashtra.
Due to this deep convection, the Low in the Bay did not form...But a weak Low prevailed over U.P. and adjoining Odisha. 

These factors pushed up the Monsoon into these regions....and will advance into Delhi by 24th/25th June...See moisture feed beginning from Bay.

Porbandar received 103 mms as on 21st morning . 
Gujarat Rainfall as on 22nd Morning: Dwarka 74 mms, Porbandar 64 mms,Veraval 41 mms, Bhuj 36 mms, Surat 10 mms.

The west coast trough has weakened in the Southern parts.

 Moderate to heavy rains in NE States and Himalayan West Bengal , as the Monsoon trough strengthens there. Monsoon rains will be moderate in M.P.

Outlook from 22nd to 25th June:
Monsoon will be subdued in Maharashtra and Gujarat next 4 days, from Monday 22nd.

Mumbai: Weak Monsoon next 3 days. Next 4 days, Partly sunny skies, Hot and sweaty, with a few showers in parts of city. Mumbai Water supply lakes have only 11% water stored as of 21st...Rains must improve before June end.

Pune: No meaningful increase in rains next 3 days.

Goa: Weak Monsoon conditions from 23rd to 26th June.




Saturday, June 20, 2020

Top 14 list of Rainfall places which crossed 1K mark in Maharashtra & Goa

With 20 Days completed for Monsoon Seasonal Rains lets check with top 14 Rainiest place as on today:

Rainfall Toppers from 01-06-2020 to ending till 8.30 am on 20-06-2020
=====================
in mms

1. Amboli, Sawantwadi - 1636
2. Patgaon, Bhudargad - 1271
3. Malvan, Sindhudurg - 1244
4. Gaganbawada, Kolhapur - 1197
5. Pedne, Goa – 1186
6. Dajipur, Radhanagari – 1179
7. Sawantwadi, Sindhudurg - 1143
8. Kumbhi Dam, Gaganbawada - 1087
9. Madgao, Goa - 1051
10. Vaibhavwadi, Sindhudurg - 1048
11. Kitwade, Ajara - 1044
12. Rajapur, Ratnagiri - 1030
13. Revachiwadi, Gaganbawada – 1007
14. Patharpunj, Patan - 1002



Top 14 list Compilation by Abhijit


Total Maharashtra State (All Dams) has 28% live storage as on today. But in that Mumbai water supplying lakes level is quite low!

Mumbai Water Supplying Lakes has just 11% live storage as on today!


Data Courtesy: MH State Dept & IMD

Friday, June 19, 2020

Posted 19th Afternoon:

As per Vagaries:


Weekend :19th/20th/21st:
No advance of Monsoon seen this weekend.
Monsoon Region will see subdued rains. West coast (below North Konkan) and Central M.P. region  will see moderate rains.

Mumbai Weekend:19th/20th/21st
A explained yesterday, after an initial burst, there will be subdued rainfall this weekend in Mumbai. Few showers in different parts of city with rainfall around 10-20 mms/day.

Pune: Light rains in parts of city, no meaningful rainfall.

Delhi NCR: Hot ! with partly cloudy sky and light rain in some parts.
Saurashtra will be mainly dry with very few showers in a few localised places.

All India rainfall ending at 8:30am on 19/06/2020: ( Compiled by Vagarian Abhishek Apte

1 Bhopal / Bairagarh :126.0 mms
2 Cherrapunji :104.0 mms
3 Rangia:99.0 mms
4 Panaji :88.0 mms
5 Berhampore :87.0 mms
6 Ratnagiri :85.0 mms
7 Patna :83.0 mms
8 T.b.i.a :78.0 mms
9 Harnai :71.0 mms
10 Darjeeling :70.0 mms
11 Karwar :66.0 mms
12 Mahabaleshwar :61.0 mms, 13.Matheran :56.0 mms
14 Shirali :56.0 mms
15 Goalpara :55.0 mms
16 Kalimpong 54.0 mms
17 Malda : 52.0 mms, 18 Mandla :48.0 mms
19 Mumbai Colaba :44.0 mms
20 Gangtok :44.0 mms
21 Mumbai Santacruz :41.0 mms
22 Honavar :37.0 mms, 23 Malanjkhand :37.0 mms
24 Vengurla :34.0 mms
25 Hoshangabad :33.0 mms, 26 Nizamabad : 33.0 mms
27 Mangalore / Bajpe : 30.0 mms, 28 Burdwan :29.0 mms
29 Mormugao :29.0 mms, 30 Daltonganj :28.0 mms
31 Purnea :28.0 mms, 32 Raisen :28.0 mms
33 Adilabad :27.0 mms, 34 Cooch Behar :26.0 mms
35 Shanti Niketan :26.0 mms
36 Mangalore / Panambur :25.0 mms
37 Canning :24.0 mms
38 Tangla :23.0 mms, 39 Betul :22.0 mms
40 Medak :22.0 mms, 41 Sagar :22.0 mms
42 Satara :21.0 mms, 43 .Agartala :20.0 mms

Thursday, June 18, 2020



Rabale, Navi Mumbai 76mm
Scz & Thane 37mm
Colaba 26mm
Matheran max 24c with 28mm  Till 5.30pm  data from Abhijit
Posted Thursday 18th June 1 pm IST:

As per Vagaries, Monsoon moves into Pune with 22 mms rain at Shivaji Nagar and 27 mms at Pune A.P.
Regionally Mahableshwar got 75 mms rain (all rainfall figures till today morning.)

With Mumbai covered with tall clouds at 12.30/1 pm , and frequent showers with thunder, and with the UAC shifting West (as indicated yesterday) and bringing SW winds upto higher levels , we see the Monsoon moving into Mumbai today.




Meanwhile, Ratnagiri received 122 mms and Vengurla (Both south Konkan) received 163 mms.

I feel medium rains for North Gujarat on 20th/21st.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Posted 17th June 1 pm IST:
(Views are as per Vagaries and may differ with other agencies. So may not be used for commercial purposes)

According to Vagaries the Monsoon is still at the South Konkan line shown on the 13th.
South Kokan, South Maharashtra and Coastal Karnatak rains are active, as seen in the amounts shown in Vagaries...Today, the second station crosses 1k mark with Patgaon ( South Maha
) touching 1032 mms this season..(By Vag. Abhijit)

The UAC trough at various levels persist off the North Konkan coast ..see the images at 850 hpa and 700 hpa.

200 hpa Jet streams confirm the seasonal change .

Now this Upper trough is expected to move West, and then resume the depth of SW winds along the North Konkan Coastline upto South Gujarat coast.
This is expected to further advance the Monsoon into North Konkan and Mumbai by Wednesday Night.
Weak Current advance into South Gujarat coast with weak rainfall in Surat. 
Valsad may get an initial burst on 19th/20th.

Mumbai: Not forgetting the uncertainty of last few days, Rainfall will augment Monsoon from Wednesday Night/ Thursday Early. But later till 20th,, (till we see the Well Marked Low  cross the Odisha coast on 20th), the Mumbai rains will be moderate with sluggish Monsoon start.

Pune: Monsoon can advance into Pune on Wednesday ..Monsoon weather with light to medium rains in city next 4 days.

Fresh Update on Monsoon by 1 pm IST Wednesday

All India rainfall ending at 8:30am on 17/06/2020:-

1. Panaji:145mms, 2. Karwar: 144mms
3. Honavar: 123mms, 4. Mormugao:116mms
5. Pendra Road:82mms
6. Kolhapur:61mms, 7. Cherrapunji:54mms
8. Harnai:53mms, 9. Ratnagiri:53mms
10. Dehradun:51mms
11. Bhaunagar:47mms
12. Majbat:41mms
13. Belgaum/Sambra:39mms
14. Kannur:37mms, 15. Goalpara:37mms
17. Jalgaon:37mms
18. Surat:36mms
19. Cooch Behar:31mms
20. Valparai: 28mms, 21. Gulbarga: 26mms
22. Mahabaleshwar:26mms, 23. Solapur:24mms
24. Sangli:15mms, 25. Colaba:14mms
26. Nagpur: 13mms, 27. Nashik :4mms
28. Scz :0.8mm, 29. Pune:0.6mm

Monsoon Active in South Maharashtra & Goa..
Kolhapur (Mah) district rainfall ending at 8:30am on 17/06/2020:

1.Dajipur:225mms
2. Gaganbawda:146mms
3. Kumbhi:139mms
4. Bhandane:132mms
5. Dudhganga Nagar:130mms
6. Savarde:126mms
7. Revachiwadi:105mms
8. Jambhur:85mms
9. Kadavi Dam:75mms
10. Tandulwadi:65mms
11. Kagal:64mms

Rain amounts compiled by Vagarian Abhishek Apte

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Today, in 16 days, Amboli ( Mah) became the 1st station to record And cross the thousand mm Mark, to reach,
1173 mms.
Talacauvery (Kar) is at 700 mms
Cherrapunji has recorded 573 mms since 1st June.
Figures from Vagarian Abhijit Modak


Posted Tuesday Mid day

Mumbai Rainfall last 24 hrs ended 12 noon:
Kopar Khairane 80 mms, Colaba IMD 65 mms, Andheri 60 mms, Cooper Hospital 51 mms, Scruz IMD 38 mms, Malabar Hill 33 mms, Worli 23 mms.Dharavi 16 mms, Bandra 15 mms,

Rainfall ending in Sindhudurg district at 8:30am on 16/06/2020:

1. Amboli:117mms
2. Sawantwadi:107mms
3. Talwat:89mms
4. Phonda:78mms
5. Nandgaon:78mms
6. Amberi:76mms
7. Banda:72mms
8. Kankavali:66mms
9. Vagde:66mms
10. Padel:60mms
11.Patgaon:58mms
12.Talere:58mms
13.Aajgaon:50.5mms
14.Mithbamb:50.5mms

All India
Rainfall ending at 8:30 am on 16/06/2020:-

1. Mormugao,Goa:151mms
2. Puri, Odisha:97mms
3. Jalpaiguri,West Bengal:96mms
4. Gorakhpur,Uttar Pradesh: 95mms
5.Forbesganj,Bihar:80mms
6. Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh:69mms
7. Shirali,Karnataka:69mms
8. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra:63mms
9. Panaji,Goa:60mms
10. Bankura,West Bengal:59mms
11. Gangtok,Sikkim:56mms
12. Cannur,Kerala:55mms
13. Kozhikode,Kerala:55mms
14. Mumbai Colaba, Maharashtra:53mms
15. Cherrapunji,Meghalaya:53mms
16. Ramgundam,Telangana:50mms
17. Diu,Gujarat:49mms
18. Amreli,Gujarat:47mms
19. Chapra,Bihar:47mms
20. North Lakhimpur,Assam:47mms
21. Bhadrachalam,Telangana:44mms
22. Bramhapuri, Maharashtra:44mms
23. Cochin Int Airport,Kerala:44mms
24. Diamond Harbour,West Bengal:43mms
25. Honavar,Karnataka:43mms
26. Karipur Airport,Kerala:42mms
27. Karwar,Karnataka:41mms
28. Pachmarhi,Madhya Pradesh:41mms
29. Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh:39mms
30. Nashik, Maharashtra:38mms
31. Mumbai Santacruz:37mms
32. Buldana, Maharashtra:35mms
33. Akola, Maharashtra:34mms
34. Parbhani, Maharashtra:34mms
35. Harnai, Maharashtra:23mms
36. Nagpur Sonegaon, Maharashtra:19mms
37. Kolhapur, Maharashtra:18mms,,38. Ratnagiri, Maharashtra:18mms
39. Kolkata,West Bengal:17mms,,40. Aurangabad, Maharashtra:15mms

Rain compiled and sent by Vagarian Abhishek Apte

Sunday, June 14, 2020

Posted Sunday 3 pm IST:

Vagaries' View: The Monsoon Northern Limit remains at yesterday's Line..As per map give below on 13th..

Monsoon Not advancing as the Vorticity is concentrated over the circulation at 700 hpa..and as stated by Prakashji, Mumbai Hodogarph* shows the warm air advection arresting the convection of clouds...temporarilypreventing  cloud formation over North Konkan and Mumbai. Can change very fast.

*(hodograph,is one way of representing graphically the vertical pattern or profile of winds measured from a specific location during a certain time. ... This wind profile is represented by a hodograph that loops or curves clockwise.)
For students interested In knowing more see this link https://youtu.be/cQAONp1_b2s

Saturday, June 13, 2020

South-West Monsoon advances in S. Konkan till Ratnagiri dist, Maharashtra

With Advancement of SWM, it's that time of year when we start tracking the Monsoon heavyweight Rainfall places in our blog.

First Massive Rains of the season lashed Sindhudurg, parts of Ratnagiri dist & ghat section of Kolhapur dist.

Some Rainfall in mm ending 8.30am today dated 13-06-2020:

Amboli 278 
Vaibhavwadi 225
Sawantwadi 213
Talere 211 
Sangulwadi 207 
Banda 205
Malvan 195
Shirshingi 191 
Phansop 188
Dukanwadi 185 
Talwat & Kondeya 183
Kharepatan 178 
Palsamb & Dajipur 177 
Gaganbavda 175
Devgad 173
Kankawali 174 
Nardave 171 
Baparde 170 
Ghonsari (L) 169 
Ratnagiri 167
Pawas 166
Patgaon 165
Sarambala 164 
Tarandale 161 
Ghonsari, Rajapur & Kumbi dam 160 
Kakewadi 158 
Awalegaon 157 
Shivdav 156
Het 155
Kumbhwade 154 
Digwale & Phondaghat 152 
Bharne 149
Kitwade, Tillariwadi & Rameshwar 146 
Golvan 125 
Oni 122
Revachiwadi 120
Jaitapur & Nate 117
Satwali 110
Virdi 103 
Padsali 101
Dodamarg & Kudal 100



Data Courtesy: IMD & MH State Dept
Posted 13th June Afternoon:

As Monsoon progresses into Southern region of Maharashtra, some outstanding rain amounts ( from Ghat section) coming on blog from Vagarian Abhijit.



Next 2 days, Monsoon moving into North Konkan and Mumbai..
and next 3/4 days into South Gujarat... Heavy Showers in Saurashtra from 16th/17th.
Valsad & Surat: Light to medium showers till 17th, and increase slightly after 17th.

Mumbai: Few Showers on Saturday and slight intensity increase on Sunday. Heavy Monsoon showers from Tuesday.
Pune: As Monsoon advances into Pune region , fair amount of intermittent rains on Sunday and Monday.




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