Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Maharashtra's Top 10 Stations Seasonal Rainfall with Ghat sections, Mumbai surroundings & lakes seasonal maps

Maharashtra Rainfall Toppers from 01-06-2018 to ending till 8.30 am on 31-07-2018
in mms

1. Shirgaon, Mulshi - 4690
2. Tamhini, Mulshi - 4620
3. Lamaj, Mahabaleshwar - 4534
4. Patharpunj, Patan - 4474
5. Kitwade, Aajra - 4309
6. Davdi, Mulshi - 4210
7. Amboli, Sawantwadi - 4122
8. Dajipur, Radhanagari - 3889
9. Ambone, Mulshi - 3840
10. Revachiwadi, Gaganbawda - 3829

Top 10 list Compilation by Abhijit & Shivkumar

Maharashtra's Western Ghat Seasonal Rainfall Map below

Mumbai MMR seasonal Rainfall map below

Mumbai's water supplying lakes area rainfall with live water storage map below

All above three maps made by Tejas & it's data compiled by Abhijit with Lakes input courtesy Richa Pinto TOI

Posted 31st Morning Tuesday:

Mumbai: Lakes supplying water to Mumbai Storage as on date:

Total Storage 14.47 Lmltrs
Actaul Lie Content 12.06 Lmltrs
That is 83% available for 321 days ....

Toppers in Rainfall for the Season coming up here by evening...

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Posted Sunday Night:
Next 2 days:

Heavy rains expected in East/Central UP and North MP. Regions South of Lucknow includes Rae Barielly and areas bordering MP. North MP regions may include regions just North of Jabalpur.

Next 3 days:

New Delhi: Hot days again for Delhi NCR. Temperatures, in absence of proper rains going touching 38/39c...Hot !

Mumbai: Hot and stuffy, with minimal rains. Sunny periods. Day temperatures around 31/32c. Nights also stuffy. (Probably Scruz IMD station needs re calibration and correction for minimum readings).
Pune: Days getting warmer, maybe hot after crossing 30c.

Kolkata: Heavy rains expected on Monday and Tuesday.

Bhubaneshwar: Rains reducing.

Readers from Delhi, Kolkata and other regions please give the actual feedback. Helps in forecasting.

Short term variations, local record hots and colds, don’t mean much, that’s just weather. What matters is long term global trend lines over decades, centuries, millennia, eons, epochs.

Friday, July 27, 2018

Posted 27th July:
Heavy rains lashed parts of West U.P. and Delhi region last 24 hrs. The interaction of UAC embedded in the axis, as explained in the   21st July post here on Vagaries.
Meerut saw 74 ms till 8.30 am and 147 mms in 9 hrs after 8.30 am on Friday.
Agra saw 115 mms as on 24 hrs ended 26th morning and another 63 mms as on 27th morning.
Mungeshpur 61 mms, Jafarpur 58 mms, Narela 54 mms,  Lodhi Road measured 52 mms, Pusa 51 mms, Gurgaon 50 mms, Ridge 46 mms, Ayanagar 42 mms....as on 27th morning.

Delhi measured 46 mms at S'jung and 37 mms at Palam for 24 hrs ended 27th morning. Thursday Max temperatures were 29c and 28c at S'jung and Palam.  Friday day was at 28c at both IMD stations. 27c at Delhi University. As expected below 30c.

Delhi NCR: Showers with moderate intensity continues into the weekend, rainfall decreasing after Sunday.
System not effecting Sindh region of Pakistan.

Not much of meaningful rains next few days till the 31st of July, daily about 5 mms of rains expected. 
Hence, with Scruz still 70 mms short seems difficult in breaking the existing record of touching 2000 mms total before 30th July.
The lakes supplying water to Mumbai show a cumulative storage of 1202 Mcum, 82 % and  320 days supply.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Thursday 26th July:
It is officially the hottest day of the year so far in the UK with temperatures soaring to 35.1C in Surrey.
Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales saw high temperatures of 26.2-29.4C.
The Met Office says temperatures will keep rising into Friday and the UK's all-time temperature record of 38.5C (101F) - set in Kent in August 2003 - could be beaten.
The July record for the highest overnight minimum temperature is 23.3C - and the Met Office says that could be surpassed in south-east England on Thursday.
The UK's current all-time record temperature for July stands at 36.7C, which was recorded at Heathrow in July 2015.

"Due to the abnormally warm temperatures, MCC has decided to dispense with requirement for gentlemen to wear jackets in the Pavilion and arrive wearing one. This applies to Members of MCC and Middlesex and their guests."

UK/SEATTLE(US) HEAT WAVE .. 26 July 2018 

1) UK has been experiencing a hotter and drier summer than normal with comparisons been drawn to 1976 (though current summer is less hotter than 1976) ..

UK has received only 20% (47 mms) of average rains during the first half of this summer (1 June -16 July 2018) with some southern parts receiving only 6% of average rains during this window. 
Half a dozen stations have received less than 1 mm during past 2 months .
The 2018 summer rains till now(1 June - 16 July 2018) have been lowest since 1961.
This has resulted in below average water content in some of the reservoirs and the generally green countryside has turned brown.

Rains(thunderstorms) are expected in UK from tomorrow(27 July) as a front moves over the Atlantic to the east .
Weekend is expected to be lot cooler and rainy with London max temps expected to fall by 10 c from mid -30 's of today to lower 20's by Sunday 29 July. Min temps are expected to fall by 5 c (from higher teens to mid teens).
The temps are expected to rise gradually next week to touch 30 c by next weekend .

Click on the UK map below to see past 24 hrs max/min temps in c (LONDON avg July temp is 24 c/14 c )

In the London underground metro (tube), commuters have reported 35c to 40c temps with hum around 50% ,causing discomfort (heat index upto 45 )as most of the lines are non air-conditioned. 
(Pic courtesy : Evening Standard )


The US northwest coast is mirroring the UK summer season with a hotter and drier summer than normal .

Seattle average temp for July is 24 c / 14 c (19 c mean).
It's one of the least air-conditioned city of US.
The warmest mean summer temp has been 21.8 c in July 2015 .
It needs to be seen whether July 2018 will break this record with above average temps till month-end as a high pressure ridge remains stubborn because of the jet streams meandering north than usual (like UK).

Spokane (Columbia Plateau) is hot and dry at 34 c (+6) /18 c (+4) .

Click on the Washington state map below to see past 24 hrs max/min temps in c 

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Friday, July 27th, is a big night for astronomy. Three reasons: First, Mars will be at opposition--directly opposite the sun and making a 15-year close approach to Earth. Second, Mars and the full Moon will be in conjunction--less than 10 degrees apart. Third, the Moon will pass through the shadow of Earth, producing the longest lunar eclipse in a century:

Almost everyone on Earth (except North Americans) can see the eclipse as the sunset-colored shadow of our planet swallows the Moon for almost 2 hours. During totality, the Moon will turn almost the same red color as Mars right beside it--an incredible sight.
Because Mars is opposite the sun, it will rise at sunset and stay up all night long.  The best time to look is around midnight when the Moon-Mars pair will be at their highest in the sky. The Red Planet will have no trouble being seen through the glare of the full Moon because Mars itself is so luminous--almost three times brighter than Sirius, the brightest star in the sky.

Space weather.com

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Posted Tuesday 24th July Morning:

Is Mumbai in for the fastest 2000 mms ever ? Will it beat the previous record of 60 days this year ?
The total today stands at 1927 mms...Short this year by only 73 mms and 7 days to go to beat the record for fastest ever total of 2000 mms !

Well, let's see, the wettest July ever for Scruz was in 2014 when July recorded 1469 mms in the month.
The current record for the fastest 2000 mms at Santa Cruz was in 1965, when it touched 2000 mms on 30th July, in 60 days. Followed by 2005 when the total was surpassed on 31st July, in 61 days.

Colaba, just for the records, has crossed 2000 mms by July 3 times. In 1886, 1907 and 1991. Colaba has managed  the seasonal total at 1517 mms. this year...no question of any records.

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Posted 21st July Saturday Night:

BB-5, as a Depression, has crossed the coast at 21.8N and 87.1 E near the Odisha/West Bengal border. As can be seen from the Satellite image , super-imposed on IMD image, the maximum effect of rainfall and clouds are seen in the Western quadrant of the system. Core estimated pressure is 993 mb. Outer periphery winds are around 40 kmph. 

System will track NW and weaken, initially at the surface level and remain as a UAC for another 2 days.

As the system tracks NW, along the Monsoon axis corridor, the rains will move across Chattisgarh and Bihar (much needed) and U.P., and gradually weaken in Odisha. Tuesday onwards the NW plains including Delhi and Haryana will get heavy rains.
Vidharbha region may get good rains on Sunday 22nd.
An Upper air axis will hence form from North Gujarat to U.P. Inter action with another embedded  UAC will bring good rainfall to Rajasthan, North India plains in 2 days from Saturday (next week).

For Pakistan most of the rainfall, the major part, from BB-5 is seen in the North and Upper Central regions from Monday. No major meaningful rains in Sindh.

Break Monsoon conditions may prevail after 26th  as BB-5 moves into the Himalayan foothills. Meaning, widespread rains in Uttarkhand, U.P. and NE States. Break Monsoon conditions will reduce rains in the Central Indian region, and Peninsula.

Delhi NCR: Heavy rains will commence on Tuesday 24th and continue thru Wednesday and Thursday. Day temperatures Thursday can drop below 30c.
Mumbai: : 
Sunday 22nd and Monday 23rd: Very windy. Occasional passing showers, some heavy. Days may be interspersed with bright periods.
Tuesday: Decrease in rainfall amounts with partly cloudy skies. Substantial decrease in rainfall after 26th July.

Surat: Chances of heavy rains on Monday 23rd and Tuesday. Decreasing thereafter.
Posted 21st July

Extremely heavy rain lashed Odisha due to BB-5...Rainfall ending today till 8.30am are as follows...Min 125 mm:-

Th Rampur-290mm, Bharmagiri,Puri-290mm, Junagarh-256mm
Jaipatna-256mm, Jatani, Bhubaneswar-255mm
Tentulikunti-242mm, Pipili,Puri-240mm
Kesinga-237mm, Indrivati-223mm, Kashipur-223mm
Boiparguda-220mm, Narla-213mm, Cuttack-212mm
Jaypatna-210mm, Jagatsingpur-210mm
Korukonda-208mm, Barang-205mm, Kalampur-200mm
Madanpur-199mm, Kesinga-199mm, Nandahandi-198mm
Balianta, Bhubaneswar-196mm, Bhubaneswar IMD-195MM
Karlamunda-192mm, Koraput-188mm, Similiguda-187mm
Khorda, Bhubaneswar-185mm, Lamatapur-179mm, Mathili-174mm
Bilimela-165mm, Mundeli-165mm, Banki-157mm
Nuagada-149mm, Dasmamtpur-148mm, Guma-146mm
Nandapur-144mm, Koirput-143mm, Naraj-142mm
Jeypore-138mm, K.singpur-136mm, Kotpad-126mm
Amounts from Vagarian Mitan Batu

Our Vagarian Abhijit informs:
Patna records highest temperature ever in July at 41.6°C, 9 degrees above normal, smashes 36-year-record set in 1982 (41.2°C)

Monsoon deficiency in Patna is -85%. Should have received 357 mm, only received 50 mm so far. Heading for driest July in at least 10 years.

Shillong records highest temperature ever on 20th July,  for July at 29.1°C which is 5°C above normal!!
Also broken new record of 28.9°C for July month which was created last year itself !

World wettest place Cherrapunji getting famous for different reason this year in peak monsoon period !!
As Cherrapunji records highest temperature ever today for July at 30.6°C which is 8°C above normal!!
Also broken 47 yrs record of 28.6°C which was recorded on 15 July 1971! Though record was broken yesterday itself as max yesterday was 29.6°C!!

Friday, July 20, 2018

20 July 2018 ..50 days into South west monsoon season ..HIGHLIGHTS..

1.The west coast(including Mumbai) has received highest rains in the country till today.
TOP 3 sub-divisions are .. Konkan & Goa(2088 mms) , Coastal Karnataka(1834) and Kerala (1399).. All other sub-divisions are below 1000 mms ..
BOTTOM 3 sub-divisions are .. Rayalseema(96 mms) , Tamilnadu (102) and West Rajasthan (121) ..
2. Saurashtra had good rains during past week wiping out much of the deficient rains it had received.
3. Ladakh,Kutch,parts of Bihar /Uttar Pradesh/Thar desert/Rayalseema have received least rains in the country.
4.Lowest rainfall district is Ladakh (5 mms) and highest rainfall district is Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) at 2340 mms.



Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Race to 4000 mm in South West Monsoon 2018, Yadur in Shimoga comes 1st - Rainfall from 01.06.2018 to 19.07.2018
1. Yadur, Karnataka - 4005
2. Agumbe, Karnataka - 3971
3. Patherpunj, Maharashtra - 3861
4. Hulikal, Karnataka - 3798
5. Masitkatte, Karnataka - 3758
6. Kuttiyadi, Kerala - 3649
7. Kollur, Karnataka - 3606
8. Amboli, Maharashtra - 3595
9. Anasi, Karnataka - 3528
10. Lamaj, Maharashtra - 3506
11. Bhagamandala, Karnataka - 3444
12. Mani Dam, Karnataka - 3421
13. Dawadi Camp, Maharashtra - 3379
14. Patagon, Maharashtra - 3300
15. Walvan, Maharashtra - 3271
16. Kitwade, Maharashtra - 3270
17. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra - 3208
18. Dajipur, Maharashtra - 3170
19. Khamgaon, Maharahstra - 3158
20. Sawarde, Maharashtra - 3119

Places such as Talacauvery, Naladi, Makuta & Mundrote too might have got more rains but data not available. Cherrapunji is lagging way behind  with a rainfall of 2901 mm

Extremely heavy rainfall continue to lash Saurashtra region! Some rainfall in mms ending 8.30am today(18-07-18):

Khambalia(Dwarka) 412(before 24 hr previous seasonal total was just on 54mm info by Gaurav)
Ghee (Dwarka) 325
Manvadar (Junagadh) 283
Mangrol (Junagadh) 210
Porbandar 200 (of which 185 mm was recorded till 5.30pm in 9 hrs)
Ranavav (Porbandar) 194
Malia (Junagadh) 191
Mendarda (Junagadh) 164
Lalpur (Jamnagar) 156
Vanthali & Keshod (Junagadh) 155
Jamjodhpur (Jamnagar) 147
Kutiana (Porbandar) 146
Una (Gir Somnath) 134
Gir Gadhada (Gir Somnath) 128
Diu 128
Talala (Gir Somnath) 117
Kalyanpur (Dwarka) 117
Bhanvad (Dwarka) 114
Kodinar (Gir Somnath) 105

Waghai( Dang) reported 214 mm in last 24 hours with that became first center to cross seasonal rainfall (2149) 2000 mark all over Gujarat....Runners up Umergam (Valsad) stands at 1904 mm(info courtesy Patel Anki)

Mumbai water supplying lakes situated in interior N. Konkan having a live water storage on over 75% full till today.

Below is lakes data in pictorial format:

Data info Richa Pinto TOI

Maharashtra ghat section rainfall for past 24hrs in pictorial format:

 May by Tejas & Data by Abhijit

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

 Data compiled by Abhijit and Map by Tejas

Kodinar (Gir somnath) in Saurashtra received 1255mm rainfall during last 7 days.... season's total 1345mm....annual average 973mm....Gaurav Raninga Informs
Last 24 hrs ended Tuesday Morning:
Una 450 mm
Machhundri 431 mm
Kodinar 330 mm

Sutrapada 245 mms.

Gujarat: Diu 263 mm
Valsad 223 mm
Rajkot 189 mm
Veraval 182.5 mm
Mahuva 120.8 mm


Monday, July 16, 2018


Mumbai ..the monsoon city .. and the surrounding metropolitan region has received good rains .. 
Vihar (8 kms from IMD SCZ ) has received 2687 mms for this season ..(Altitude of Vihar is 80 metres above mean sea level) ..
It is in close pursuit of Cherrapunji at 2843 mms 

Totals as on today: Patharpunj(Maha) is at 3438 mms , Agumbe(Kar)  at 3367 mms , Amboli (Maha) at 3364 mms..

Numerous stations in the Mumbai metropolitan region have crossed 2000 mms rains during this season till now ..(Refer daily /seasonal Mumbai region rainfall maps on this blog)..

1. 3D Map of INDIA


Wet day for Delhi NCR too today: 
Delhi NCR Rainfall till 5:30PM 16th Monday:- 
Pitampura: 68.0mm, Narela: 64.0mm, Ridge: 38.6mm, Safdarjung: 32.0mm, LodhiRoad: 30.8mm
Safdarjung AWS: 30.0mm, NewDelhi AWS: 28.0mm. Sports complex: 28.0mm, Palam(Airport): 25.2mm
Mungeshpur: 18.0mm, Pusa: 17.0mm, Gurgaon: 6.0mm

Posted 16th July afternoon

Friday, July 13, 2018

Posted 13th July Night:

As posted on 9th , The Low pressure has formed in the North West Bay. It has been long since we saw a system from the Bay, only numbered BB-4 .
This has kept the Monsoon trough in its normal position.
As Vagaries had mentioned in the 10th post,  Being active along the trough, Delhi region got very good rains on Friday. From 8.30 am- 5.30 pm, The Ridge saw 118 mms, Ayanagar 71 mms, Lodhi Road 44 mms, Gurgaon 39 mms.S'Jung  5 cms.
Rains reducing after Saturday, to increase again next Wednesday.

After a few showers on Friday, we see a gradual increase in rainfall from Saturday. Frequent showers on Saturday increasing to frequent showers with increased rainfall on Sunday and Monday.With rainfall likely around 100 mms or more in some Northern suburbs, Local flooding possible on Sunday/Monday. 
More rains likely in Northern outer townships and ghats. 

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Posted 11th July:
Data compiled by Abhijit and Map by Tejas

Wet July (10 days) for Mumbai this Monsoon.
Santa Cruz received 869 mms of rain in the first 10 days of July. The season's total now stands at 1662 mms.
Well, let's see, the wettest July ever for Scruz was in 2014 when July recorded 1469 mms in the month. 600 mms more to catch up in 20 days !
The current record for the fastest 2000 mms at Santa Cruz was in 1965, when it touched 2000 mms on 30th July, in 60 days. Followed by 2005 when the total was surpassed on 31st July, in 61 days.

Is Mumbai in for the fastest 2000 mms ever ? Will it beat the previous record of 60 days this year ?
Short this year by 338 mms and 20 days to go to beat the record for fastest ever total of 2000 mms !

Colaba, just for the records, has crossed 2000 mms by July 3 times. In 1886, 1907 and 1991. But, we are still way behind for this station to cross 2000 mms by July end.603 mms to recover stilll for the fastest 2000 mms.

Colaba has managed 609 mms in July this year, with the seasonal total at 1397 mms.

From Pradeep: 
 Race to 3000 mm in South West Monsoon 2018, who will reach it first Rainfall from 01.06.2018 to 10.07.2018
1. Agumbe, Karnataka - 2807
2. Kollur, Karnataka - 2771
3. Hulikal, Karnataka - 2761
4. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya - 2638
5. Masitkatte, Karnataka - 2624
6. Yadur, Karnataka - 2621
7. Kuttiyadi, Kerala - 2484
8. Anasi, Karnataka - 2381
9. Bhagamandala, Karnataka - 2347
10. Thariyode, Kerala - 2302

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Posted 10th July Night:
Mumbai: Wednesday 11th will see frequent showers in regular intervals. But intensity may be heavy in some showers, but less potential of flooding in Mumbai. Average rainfall on Tuesday (Day) was 75mms, so we can expect 55-75 mms average.
Decreasing rainfall from Wednesday evening /night and Thursday.
May increase again from Friday.

Ahmadabad will get some heavy showers on Wednesday. North Gujarat regions will get heavy rainfall also.

After a hot day on Wednesday, Delhi NCR can expect thundershowers (cooling down the region) on Thursday and Friday.

Marathwada and Interior Madhya Mah will need to wait till 15th July to get meaningful rainfall. We will monitor the movement of the Low which is expected to form in the Bay around 14th.

Monday, July 09, 2018

Tuesday 10th,  Daytime rainfall in Mumbai was marginally less than Monday...In 12 hrs ended 8.30 pm, SCruz measured 111 mms and Colaba 39 mms (Average 75 mms). 

Total Water Storage available in all Mumbai Lakes combined is 5.50 lmltrs. That is 38% level is stored and available.

Posted Monday 9th July Night:

Mumbai City and surroundings received very frequent showers and heavy showers on Monday 9th....With Colaba measuring 110 mms and Scruz measuring  79 mms in the 12 hrs daytime from 8.30 am-8.30 pm. (Average 95 mms.)
More Areas rainfall in same period on Monday: Borivali West  76 mms, Andheri 51 mms, Chembur 40 mms, Kings Circle 81 mms.( average 60 mms.)

Mumbai City: Tuesday will see intermittent spells of heavy rainfall. Initial pre noon flooding possible in some parts. In terms of measure however the rains will be less than the amount of rain  of Monday. Heavy rains expected in Northern outer townships on Monday night.
Frequent heavy spells with continued intensity in rainfall on Wednesday.
However, Mumbai will see fresh spells from Friday 13th July. Fresh increase likely this weekend in Roha and Nagothane regions.

A low pressure is likely to form in the Bay off Odisha coast by the 13th/14th of July. Likely track will be W/NW, and will benefit Central India and Gujarat from 15th onwards...more later.

Lakes supplying water to Mumbai position as received from authorities:
Sir,    Good Morning,  
*Rainfall  and Level Report* at 6 am
Date : 09.07.2018
*Rainfall in mm* *(Daily / Season's rainfall)*
*Tansa* : 09.00 / 923.00 
*Modaksagar* :17.00 /988.00 
*Bhatsa*  : 15.00 / 857.00 
*Upper Vait.* : 05.00 /744.00 
*Middle Vait* : 03.00 /782.00

*Level in Meters* (+Rise / - Fall) 
*Tansa* :125.175(+0.177 M) 
*Modaksagar* :160.044 (+ 0.161m)
*Bhatsa* : 119.32 (+0.47m)
*Upper Vait.* : 597.19 (+0.09m)
*Middle Vait.* : 264.60 (+0.60m) 

A. S. RAO,

Massive Rains lashed N. Kokan coastal region. Most extreme heavy rainfall was between Borivali to Vasai-Virar to Palghar to Dahanu at coastline. 

Mumbai MMR Rainfall variation in below map.

Sunday, July 08, 2018

N. Kokan saw heavy rains yesterday. Isolated places saw very very Heavy Rains from Bhiwandi to Kalyan to Karjat belt.

Rainfall variation in Mumbai MMR in map

Mumbai's water supplying lakes rainfall for today in below map:

Lakes Data credit to HAM operator Ankur

Saturday, July 07, 2018

Overnight saw Heavy Rain in N. Kokan region. Huge rainfall variation between coastal & interior region can be seen in Mumbai MMR rainfall map for today

Overnight massive rains in interior N. Kokan of Thane, Palghar & Raigad dist 

Some rainfall in mms ending 8.30 am today on 07-07-18(Above 100mm):

Kudus, Wada 268
Goregaon, Badlapur 219
Kone, Wada 208
Wasind, Shahapur 195
Sakhar, Jawhar 192
Talwada, Vikramgad 180
Nate, Mahad 164
Khodala, Mokhada 137
Khardi, Shahapur 135
Wakan, Poladpur 125
Mokhada & Padagha, Bhiwandi 121
Titwala, Kalyan 113
Kasa, Dahanu 111
Kondvi, Poladpur 110
Kadav, Karjat 105
Kumbharli, Ambernath 103

Maharashtra's North Ghat section was also lashed by heavy rain

Above both Map by Vagarian Tejas & Data compiled by Vagarian Abhijit

Vidarbha region of Maharashtra was also lashed by heavy rain for last 48 hrs period. 

Some rainfall on 7 July ending 8:30 am (Above 150 mm):

Khapari (Nagpur) 347 mm
Songaon (Nagpur) 315 mm
Kanholibara (Nagpur) 301 mm
Nagpur IMD 282 mm
Hingana (Nagpur) 273 mm
Wanadongari (Nagpur) 273 mm
Takalghat (Nagpur) 265 mm
Gumagaon (Nagpur) 250 mm
Hudkeshwar (Nagpur) 220 mm
Korpana (Chandrapur) 211 mm
Kandhali (Wardha) 210 mm
Kelzhar (Wardha) 209 mm
Wadi (Nagpur) 206 mm
Gadchandur (Chandrapur) 200 mm
Hinganghat (Wardha) 200 mm
Bela (Nagpur) 199 mm
Parashivani (Nagpur) 193 mm
Sitabardi (Nagpur) 185 mm
Vaygaon (Wardha) 185 mm
Adegaon (Nagpur) 176 mm
Patan (Chandrapur) 170 mm
Ramtek (Nagpur) 170 mm
Chimur (Chandrapur) 167 mm
Jivati (Chandrapur) 165 mm
Wagholi (Wardha) 161 mm
Pachagaon (Nagpur) 153 mm
Samudrapur (Wardha) 143 mm

Vidarbha region rainfall on 6 July ending 8:30 am (Above 100 mm)

Sirsi (Nagpur) 216 mm
Umared (Nagpur) 178 mm
Kargaon (Nagpur) 140 mm
Hewanti (Nagpur) 135 mm
Nand (Nagpur) 135 mm
Pavani (Bhandara) 115 mm
Bhiwapur (Nagpur) 111 mm
Mauda (Nagpur) 111 mm
Pachgaon (Nagpur) 110 mm
Bamni (Gadchiroli) 109 mm
Asgaon (Bhandara) 106 mm
Kondha (Bhandara) 104 mm

Vidarbha Rainfall info credit to Vagarian Shivkumar

Friday, July 06, 2018

Orange city Nagpur was lashed by heavy Thunderstorm Rain today day time. As recorded massive 265 mms rainfall till 5.30 pm in past 9 hrs (in that recorded 263 mms in just 6 hrs).

Also if we look day wise, Nagpur received 319 mms rainfall from 3am to 3pm in 12 hrs !

Yesterday Maharashtra Ghats section received heavy rains

Below is rainfall details in map format:

Map by Vagarian Tejas & Data compiled by Vagarian Abhijit

Some more Maharashtra Ghats rainfall in mms for past 24 hrs ending 8.30 am on 06-07-18:

Walwan, Mahabaleshwar 266
Chatav, Ratnagiri 263
Tamhini 230
Shirgaon ghat 210
Jor, Satara 202
Dungarwadi 200
Tapola, Mahabaleshwar 195 
Talwat, Dodamarg 188 
Dodamarg, Sindhudurg 174
Gavase, Kolhapur 160

Few inputs helped by Vagarian Shivkumar

  21st  July afternoon post Comparative rain till 21st morning: Panji 2525 mms ( 100 ") and Ratnagiri 2572 mms ( 102") cross 100&q...