(Map by Tejas Baxi.)
|MONSOON REPORT (01-9-2016 TO 30-9-2016)|
|TOTAL ALL INDIA RAINFALL (as on 30-9-2016)||862.0 mm|
|RAINFALL PER DAY this season||7.07 mm|
|SEPTEMBER RAINFALL (2016)||168.9 mm|
|AVERAGE SEPTEMBER RAINFALL (1966 TO 2015) #||168.1 mm|
|TOP FIVE SUBDIVISIONS THIS MONTH||mm|
|A & N ISLAND||604.3|
|KONKAN & GOA||600.2|
|SHWB & SIKKIM||514.4|
|BOTTOM FIVE SUBDIVISIONS THIS MONTH||mm|
|JAMMU & KASHMIR||44.5|
|HAR. CHD & DELHI||15.5|
|TOP FIVE SUBDIVISIONS ABOVE NORMAL THIS MONSOON|
|KONKAN & GOA||22%|
|BOTTOM FIVE SUBDIVISIONS BELOW NORMAL THIS MONSOON|
|HAR. CHD & DELHI||-27%|
|ASSAM & MEGHALAYA||-30%|
|TOP FIVE STATES THIS MONTH||mm|
|ANDAMAN & NICOBAR (UT)||604.3|
|BOTTOM FIVE STATES THIS MONTH||mm|
|JAMMU & KASHMIR||44.5|
|TOP FIVE STATES ABOVE NORMAL THIS MONSOON|
|DADAR & NAGAR HAVELI (UT)||26%|
|BOTTOM FIVE STATES BELOW NORMAL THIS MONSOON|
|TOP TEN DISTRICTS THIS MONTH||mm|
|UPPER SIANG (arunachal pradesh)||1169|
|WEST SIKKIM (sikkim)||1021.1|
|EAST SIANG (arunachal pradesh)||925.5|
|LOWER DIBANG VALLEY (arunachal pradesh)||793.4|
|SOUTH ANDAMAN (a & n Island)||770.9|
|IMPHAL WEST (manipur)||737.6|
|MUMBAI CITY (maharashtra)||733.4|
|PAPUM-PARE (arunachal pradesh)||714.6|
|BOTTOM TEN DISTRICTS THIS MONTH||mm|
|BADGAM (j & k)||2.2|
|TUTICORIN (tamil nadu)||1.9|
|TIRUNELVELI (tamil nadu)||0.4|
|LEH AND LADAKH (j & k)||0.1|
|(TARAN TARAN, SIRSA, MUKTSAR, MORBI, MOGA, MANSA, KAITHAL, JIND, FATEHABAD, FARIDKOT, BARNALA all had 0 mm rainfall)||0.0|
|TOTAL ABOVE AVERAGE RAINFALL DAYS this month (subdivision data)||13 (43%)|
|TOTAL BELOW AVERAGE RAINFALL DAYS this month (subdivision data)||17 (57%)|
|# IMD figures are different as this is 50 year average||source -IMD|
We had a 10min heavy shower in the morning.
Wonderful presentation by Tejas and excellent data compiled by GSB sir as always. This blog has the highest hits and comments in 2016 during entire season of swm as against earlier ones as per my observation. Readers had a nice time following , reading , interpreting and of course learning about the forecasting by visiting this blog.
I just make the map. The figures are provided by various Vagarians daily. Like Abhijit Modak, Rajesh Sir, Ronnie Bhaumik, Salil Kawli, Shivkumar mogal. A BIG THANK YOU TO THEM FOR PROVIDING FIGURES DAILY!!
Is there any chance of light rain in Delhi next week?
Abhijit Modak, Rajesh Sir, Ronnie Bhaumik, Salil Kawli, Shivkumar moga sorry to miss out credits to you people -
Was unaware to as this was a team work-
All contributors deserves due credit for their contribution to make release figures accurately and promptly-
Overcast skies Khar west right now as rains forecasted by Rajesh sir in flash snippets on friday 10 30 PM
Light rain for an hour in morning in Valsad.
Raining non stop in nagothane since 11am in the morning.Heads off to rajesh sir....i truly liked your forecast.Never had seen july like rains in october.Really amazing.
Instead of raining over southern india it is raining in MAHARASHTRA.
south karanataka, kerala -> monsoon over - only drought. IISC Bangalore by next 5 years existence of Bangalore city is a big question due to "lack of water"
Please read today DNA- IMD prediction was totally incorrect....
Navi Mumbai heavy october downpours - MAHA Shirgaon as given by vagaries 9000mmm (approx) -> 2 times KAR Augumbe rain!!!
WelCome back sst.satish setty welcome to identity disclosure at vagaries. :-). Apologies if am wrong.
Please update us about ongoing systems in central and west india,
and what do u say about withdrawal in central india ?
Thanks & Regards
Heavy rain in the afternoon, overcast and very damp and misty now in goregaon east Mumbai suburb. Hats off sir for your prediction
Mumbai South West Monsoon 2016 rainfall (in mms): Average : 3510 mms..
1) Vihar .. 4680 .. 2) Tulsi .. 3958 .. 3) Santacruz .. 2895.. 4) Colaba.. 2507
( Vihar and Tulsi figures..provided by Vagarian Jayeshbhai )
State wise highest rains (from the stations available.. SW Monsoon 2016 ):
MAHARASHTRA: Shirgaon ..9293 mms
MEGHALAYA: Cherrapunji ..6233 mms
KARNATAKA: Agumbe .. 5793 mms ,Amgaon ..4515 mms
WEST BENGAL (ANNUAL RAINS)..Banarhat ..6559 mms ,Alipurduar..4732 mms
GUJARAT: Kaprada ..3018 mms SAURASHTRA..Kodinar..1090 mms
ARUNACHAL: Passighat ..2859 mms
JHARKHAND : Jamshedpur ..2424 mms
MADHYA PRADESH ..Pachmarhi..2320 mms
TELANGANA: Hanmakonda .. 1957 mms
ORISSA: Tarapur ..1723 mms
RAJASTHAN: Gangrar..1644 mms
CHATTISGARH : Paralkot .. 1630 mms
UTTARAKHAND :Banbasa ..1619 mms
UTTAR PRADESH : Paliakalan ..1494 mms
JAMMU KASHMIR : Jammu .. 1166 mms
Rajesh sir,its raining cats &dogs here.....still torrential rains pouring...rains have surely liked our place and have decided to stay more longer.
@sset seems to back with a name now satish setty if i am not mistaken. But unfortunately no change in content !! Old story under a new name.
No rains in south, no rains in south, no rains in south,...MAHA captures all the rain,...and on and on...
Will the weather be dry in Katra,Jammu in coming week?
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