June. Cherra 5343 mms
Total from Jan..10213 mms
Mawsynram June 5429 mms
Total from Jan 10684 mms
Santa Cruz 292 mms .(-245)
Colaba 361 mms (-181)
Compare with last 10 years June rainfall
2012 299 mms, 2013 1030 mms
2014 87 mms, 2015 1106 mms
2016 697 mms, 2017 523 mms
2018 792 mms, 2019 515 mms
2020 395 mms, 2021 961 mms.
Lakes today are very Low at 10% Storage only (17% Last year this Date)
Next 3/4 days, from 30th-4th July, Mumbai can see a improvement in rain intensity, maybe to the extent better than the last month's rainfall frequency.. Frequent showers with heavy falls expected in the next 3/4 days till Monday 4th.July. Lake levels will go up from10%.
With negative IOD, we see small scope of major improvement in Mumbai rains , in the first 10 days of July. There could be some meaningful change after the 10th of July.
Marathwada (Aurangabad) and Madhya Maharshtra (Pune/Nasik)will not see much increase in rainfall next 4/5 days. The intensity of rains will not show major increase, but scattered showers will continue.मराठवाडा (Aurangabad)आणि मध्य महाराष्ट्रात (Pune/Nasik) पुढील ४/५ दिवस पावसात फारशी वाढ होणार नाही. पावसाच्या तीव्रतेत मोठी वाढ होणार नाही, परंतु विखुरलेल्या सरी सुरूच राहतील
Rajeshji, is there any correlation between high ranifall in north east states and low rains in west as per past rainfall history?
Maharashtra flooding rains. Non stop torrential rains over Navi Mumbai.
We are seeing unique combination. Extreme rains over north east India, monsoon axis has moved north, konkan west coast has become hyperactive flooding torrential rains.
Sad part as usual kerala no rains
Can you post all India rainfall toppers also?
Pankaj...no link between NE rainfall and West coast. NE rains are due to extended axis trough ,like niw, or system curving from the Bay.
All India toppers were not put up this time. Will put up.
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