Sunday, July 05, 2020


Posted on 5th July;
The MTP has descended to form a Low Pressure Area off the Saurashtra Coast; Hence heavy showers can occur in Coastal and Western Saurashtra next 2 days.
Heavy showers in Valsad and Surat on Sunday, decreasing by Monday to 20-25 mms.


Mumbai All Lakes Level at 1.15 Lml: That is 8% storage.
Today 5th July, rainfall at Mumbai lakes
Lakes.    Today RF.   Total RF
Tansa.            34.            334
Modak            32.           343
Bhatsa.            60.           440
U vaitarna.      30           331
M vaitarna.     26.          440
Tulsi                 346
Vihar                191

Information from Vag Jayesh Mehta

14 comments:

Aks said...

Lakes and its catchment areas should get extremely heavy & continuous rainfall for atleast 1 week for the water flow and storage to increase in the lakes. Hopefully the rain bands should shift over the catchment areas without loosing any steam.

Abizer kachwala said...

Nagothane data not available sir?

shiekhz said...

Forecast to remain same for karachi sir?

Rajesh said...

shiekhz: For KHI Light Rains upto 10 mms /day on 6th and 7th July.

Rohit said...
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Rohit said...

Rajesh Sir, Any good rains for Pune?

Abhijit Modak said...

@ Abizer, Nagothane 72 mm today as per available data

Dips said...

Dear Abhijit what are the out look for mumbai in coming days will the rain will go dry ya will there will be more rain

shiekhz said...

Thank u so much Sir God Bless You

sset said...

We are done for July quota let break monsoon be induced so that southern India will get some rains - nature should provide balance distribution. Also Mumbai is in complete lockdown due to COVID and floods will add to more misery and sufferings.

4 days of rains were so intense that now it feels as if nuclear bomb was dropped and now all is peace.

Sarfaraj khan said...

Sset if r u feeling so trouble, please leave from mumbai and settle to South india.

Hiten Patel said...

sir, ahmedabad and eastern saurashtra get a benefit of this low pressure? no rain yet in this round.badly needed?

sset said...

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/parts-of-gujarat-receive-heavy-rains-434-mm-rainfall-in-khambhalia-tehsil/story-ofBVGQq9qjLRL51bVi3FKL.html

Cumulus arjun said...

Khambhalia in Devbhoomi Dwarka 434 mm in 12 hours from 6am to 8pm yesterday. Might have received more rains after that

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