Posted 27th Noon;
Active rainfall in Odisha from BB-6...
Rainfall in Odisha till 8.30am today. Minimum 100mm :-
Jamankira-173mm, Rengali-172mm, Phiringia-169mm
Jharsuguda-168mm, Barkote-160mm, Duduka-157mm
Harabhanga-155mm, Kochinda-154mm, Bamra-152mm
Gurundia-150mm, Phulbani-149mm, Lepripari-143mm
Knagar-139mm, Rajgangpur-139mm, Kgajurupada-131mm
Bonai-129mm, Hemgiri-128mm, Kunta-127mm
Gbnagar-127mm, Hasta-127mm, Subdega-126mm
Odisha now under Normal/Excess rainfall for the season. 10% Excess .
Figs sent by Vag. Mitan Batu
BB-6 tracks West/North West and leaves Odisha tracking towards Chattisgarh, Eats Vidharbh & M.P.
Nagpur: Heavy rains expected on 27th/28th.
Rainfall increases in North Konkan, South Gujarat and Gujarat Region Northern areas, and some parts of Saurashtra from Friday 28th.
Mumbai to get some increased rainfall from Friday thru Saturday. Occasional showers with heavy spells.
- 94.94%Combined live storage across all lakes compared to 95% same time last year. 1,374,148 million litres - Live storage as at 6 am 27 Aug 2020. [Annual requirement: 1,447,363 million litres, Total capacity: 1,778,000 million litres]
- 12 MonthsNumber of days of supply left in all lakes combined (@ 3,800 million litres BMC supplies to city each day).
Pune: No meaningful change this weekend from the current Weather
Dams: Temghar 86%, Panshet 100%, Khadakvasla 98%, Varasgaon 100%, Mulshi 100% and Pawna 79%.
Surat & Valsad also to get heavy showers starting Thursday into Friday 28th and Saturday.
Tracking West, BB-5 kept its strength even after crossing Kutch into Pakistan:
Karachi Regional rainfall on 25th/26th from BB-5,
Faisal Base 134 mms, Gulshan-E- Hadeed 122mms, Nazimabad 91 mms, Sadar 88 mms, Landhi 85 mms,
University Road 79 mms, Saadi Town 72 mms, Masroor 68 mms, Jinnah Terminal 67 mms, North Karachi 50 mms.
Sent By Muhammad Zohair.
Rajesh, thanks for the detailed update. Thanks to these back to back systems from BOB, the SW Monsoon has covered all parts of India in August. So barring a few districts mainly in the North, most others are normal to excess now. Good to see all dams getting filled up too. SWM showing its true colors. Hope we will have a good finish through September too.
Look forward to the continued updates from you and your team.
Mumbai will cross 3000mm soon. Torrential rains over Navi Mumbai since morning.
Non stop rain since morning at Mulund Mumbai suburb like July Mumbai rain
Heavy rain in many areas in East M.P.
Mumbai cumulative Rain would have already crossed 3000 mms...can anyone us know if this is also the fastest 3000 mms or how many times 3000 mms have been surpassed in August itself.
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