After Malvan in S.Konkan, it is Patgaon (1048 mms) in Maharashtra and Pernem (1156 mms) and Quepem (1034 mms) in Goa.Gaganbavda (Kolhapur) is at 890mms, while Amboli was 812 mms ( till 25th June).
The strength of the trough is really showing its might in the region with heavy rains persisting. 5-11 cms in the last 24 hrs have added to the totals. Rains remain weak in North Konkan.
The reasons for the divided rains are clear from this IMD chart, showing a weak trough off N.Konkan.
Mumbai had 1.6 mms at Colaba and no rai at S'cruz or at Vagaries. The off shore trough will remain in position till at least Saturday. A further weakening of the monsoon trough can possibly strengthen the trough off N.Konkan . It is resisted by lack of energy and momentum (weak MJO aided). Mumbai can still hold out hopes for some improved rainfall for Thursday.
But, seeing the current charts and synoptic scene, I see the Off shore trough getting stronger along the S.Konkan and Goa coast again on Sunday 1st July and Monday 2nd July. Very heavy rains expected in Goa
Meanwhile, much needed rains are lashing Chennai now, Wednesday evening/night.Rainfall measured upto 7 mms till night.
The rainfall from cross Kerala has crept in thru western TN.
Pradeep informs us of the heaviest rainfall ! 220 mms ended 27th June, 772 mms in 24 hrs ended 8.30 am 26th June, 461 mms ended 25th June. 1453 mms in 3 days !!
Yes ! Whereelse ? But Cherrapunji !! Undoubtedly the King !