Saturday, July 04, 2020

Mumbai Lakes Position as on 4th July:
Total storage now 1.09 Lmls..that is 7.5% of Capacity.
About 28 days Storage.Data from Vag. Jayesh Mehta
Rainfall in Mumbai and nearby areas ending at 8:30 on 04/07/2020:- 
3.Nariman Point Fire Station:135mms
5.Marol Fire Station:126mms
6.B Ward Office:118mms
7.C Ward Office:118mms
10.D Ward Office:115mms
11.Malwani Fire Station:115mms
12.Dadar:114mms(Vagarian Salil's Pvt reading)
14.Borivali Fire Station:112mms
15.Jui Nagar:110mms
17.MIDC Pawane:104mms
18.Worli Fire Station:103mms
19.Ghansoli Gaon:103mms
20.Mandavi Fire Stn:103mms
21.Malabar Hill:101mms
22.Airoli Gaon:101mms
23.Kopar Khairane:101mms
24.Kandivali Fire Stn:100mms
26.Cooper Hospital:97mms
28.F Ward Office:92mms
29.Gawanpad Fire Stn:91mms
30.Haji Ali:91mms
31.Mulund Fire Stn:91mms
32.Dharavi Fire Stn:89mms
33.Naupada, Thane:89mms
34.Dindoshi Fire Stn:86mms
35.Rawali Camp:86mms
36.Chembur Fire Stn:83mms
37.City Institue of DM:81mms, 
38.Chirak Nagar:76mms
44.Chincholi Fire Stn:62mms
45.Shivaji Chowk,Kalyan:61mms, 
46. Badlapur 52mms
Data by Vag. Abhishek Apte

On Request: 
Kolkata: Warm and sultry with a shower in some parts. Days around 35/36c....position  till 8th. 

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1 comment:

sset said...

48hrs passed deadly torrential Konkan Mumbai rains continues... vagaries rain quantum prediction was low compared to actual. When will rains end?
I feel SWM 2019 was excess++ for entire MAHA and super excess for Konkan even if SWM 2020 was less for MAHA would have been welcome given COVID situation but seems to be otherwise. Now along with COVID govt needs to deal with floods !

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