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
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.
If we compare 2019 aug and 2020 aug, Mumbai has received 500mm more during 2020 aug.
Could you also post the cumulative rainfall till August end of all the major cities like you had posted last month.
I just saw Aug month rains for Mumbai from Vagaries blog archive looks like 2020 Mumbai rains is ATR !
Interiors of KAR like Mysore, Mandya,Kolar, Bangalore have received only 200-300mm of rain since June. With no rain Bangalore temperatures soaring to 30c hot days like summer.
Serious flooding rains over Navi Mumbai - but vagaries says easing out ??
When will rains stop, SWM withdrawl ? 1 more month what happens to Mumbai ???
sset: Rains decreasing after 1st september.
What are chances for Delhi NCR?
Till what date mumbai will have dry weather, when can we expect next BOB
Chances of rain in September for Mumbai region, sir views on that.
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