Tuesday, October 19, 2021

19th October...

Heavy Rains likely again in Kerala and South Karnataka (read Bangalore) from 21st - 23rd October...Then SWM may withdraw..

The Approaching easterly Wave will bring in NEM around 25th  Oct to T.N. and Coastal A.P.

As NW winds resume  over NW India, cooler nights in the plains expected from 21st onwards (12-15c).


BB-15, System moved as per  by arrow shown yesterday...

Rainfall Massive amounts for Uttarakhand... In mms

Significant Rainfall amount recorded (from 0830 hours IST of yesterday to 0830 hours IST of today)(in cm): 
Uttarakhand: Nainital, Pantnagar( Udham Singh Nagar)-40; Mukteshwar Kumaon-34; Champawat-32; Almora-22; Pithoragarh-21; Bageshwar-20; Chamoli-19; Kotdwar-14; Deoprayag-12; Rudraprayag-11; Tehri-7; 
Himachal Pradesh: Kinnaur-7; 
West Uttar Pradesh: Baheri (Bareilly)-54; Nawabganj-26; Rampur, Shahjahanpur-25; Bareilly-18; Pilibhit-14; Hamirpur, Jalaun-11; Bulandshahar, Sambhal-10; Agra-8; Meerut, Amroha-7; East Uttar Pradesh: Tirwa (Kannauj)-41; Kheri, Sitapur-23; Farrukhabad-18; Kanpur-13; Maharajganj, Nowgong-7; 

2 comments:

Rawat said...

Uttrakhand rainfall figures are really massive.UK average rainfall for state as a whole for 19 oct was 122.4 mm 110 times more than normal! Mind boggling for a north Indian state.

Narayanan chennai said...

Uk is a hill state not a plain and this massive rains would have caused lot of landslides too.

The Mumbai lakes and dams level reported at 6 am on  07th July 2022  is  276129 ML (19%)  of the total  1447363 ML . Last year on  07th July...