Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Record Mumbai Rainfall as on 18th morning.. Tauktae tail wags!


From Vagaries' Archives:
Rain Fury in Mumbai on 17th May 2021


Rainfall figures of MMR and nearby regions ending at 8:30am on 18/05/2021 are as follows:-

1.Juhu:330mms
2.Malad:321mms
3.Kandivali West:318mms
4.Borivali West:313mms
5.Vakola:307mms
6.Ram Mandir:303mms
7.Andheri:292mms
8.Dahisar:289mms
9.Dahanu:283mms
10.Goregaon West:279mms
11.Grant Road:273mms
11a Dadar (w) (Vag Pvt) 272 mms
12.Century Bazaar:249mms
13.Vile Parle West:241mms
14.Worli:238mms
15.Santacruz IMD:230mms
16.Mira Road:224mms
17.CSTM:218mms
18.Colaba IMD:208mms
19.Thane:206mms
20.Byculla:199mms
21.Cuff Parade:189mms
22.Bandra West,Bhendi Bazaar:186mms
23.Sandhurst Road:181mms
24.Nariman Point:178mms
25.Masjid Bunder:171mms
26.Kings Circle:166mms
27.Marol:161mms
28.GTB rly Stn,Sion Koliwada:152mms
29.Parel:139mms
30.Lalbaug:133mms
31.Vikhroli:128mms
32.Bhandup,Reay Road,Kasarvadavali:122mms
33 Ghatkopar East,Wadala:116mms
34.Chembur:97mms
35.Airoli:84mms
36.Ghansoli:83mms
37.Mumbra:81mms

Data Source:IMD,MCGM & IITM
Data compiled by:Vag Abhishek Apte

2 comments:

Unknown said...

Thanks to Vagaries for a continuous update through the cyclone. Possibly the strongest tail ever seen in a cyclone,

Those rainfall numbers are staggering. And most of it happened in a span of 10 hours. It is remarkable how Mumbai repeatedly soaks up such numbers and comes out not so badly. While all of us criticize the monsoon flooding, I think very few cities in the world can handle such rainfall or even half of it. And to handle it in May, when not yet fully prepared is even more creditable.

Suresh

sanjeev Gokhale said...

Thank you team vagaries for all regular updates. Rajesh sir, why it's still raining Wednesday morning in in Mulund north of Mumbai when cyclone has reached Rajashthan. How long tail of this cyclone is?

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