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

9 comments:

Rajesh said...

Nice and prompt work.. By Vag. Abhijit and Vag. Tejas

NilaY Wankawala said...

Great work by Tejas and Abhijit as always been in every season. Lets hope north konkan comes back with a bang in July and in particular catchment areas hets good rains for Mumbai.

sset said...

very very good representation - vagaries first to share map representation for SWM June 2020

sset said...

I still feel monsoon is overall normal for Konkan. SWM 2020 had extreme rains over south Konkan. Below are figures taken from vagaries - http://www.vagaries.in/2019/06/

SWM 2020 June (mm)
Amboli 2016
Patgaon 1500
Gaganbawada 1500
Kitwadi 1280

SWM 2019 June (mm)
Amboli 713
Patgaon 905
Gaganbawada 894
Kitwadi 517

SWM 2020 almost 2 times SWM 2019 for June

sset said...

SWM 2020 June, Maharashtra got chance to witness once in lifetime nature spectacular force - 'cyclone Nisarga' - we are lucky to witness this in front of our eyes.

Deepak said...

Is there any rain for Mumbai and suburbs for july

sanjeev Gokhale said...

No meaningful rain in Mulund Mumbai suburb. Sir please tell us when rain will be usual Mumbai rain in coming days?

Ameya Patwardhan said...

Thank you for the analysis.
I got the answer to my question as to why the Lohegaon observatory recorded much more rain than Pashan this time..

Rajesh said...

Mumbai:Wet weekend on cards for Mumbai from 3rd July, with 100mms possible on Saturday. Very windy conditions developing along North Konkan coast as off shore trough on way to strengthen.
Pune to see heavy showers also this weekend.
Update on Thursday

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