Sunday, July 04, 2021

All India SWM Toppers and State Wide Toppers from 01.06.2021 to 30.06.2021

 

All India Rainfall Toppers from 01-06-2021 to 30-06-2021
Min (1500 mm)

1. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya – 2597
2. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya – 2547
3. Kitwade, Maharashrta – 2167
4. Amboli, Maharashtra – 2032
5. Ambavali, Maharashtra – 2019
6. Shirshi, Maharrashtra – 1840
7. Bharne, Maharashtra – 1623
8. Agumbe, Karnataka – 1591
9. Gaganbawada, Maharashtra – 1548
10. Dapoli, Maharashtra – 1537
11. Khed, Maharashtra – 1515
12. Dajipur, Maharashtra – 1509
13. Gavali, Karnataka – 1503
14. Pernem, Goa – 1489

Maharashtra SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 1500 mm)

1. Kitwade, Kolhapur – 2167
2. Amboli, Sindhudurg – 2032
3. Ambavali, Ratnagiri – 2019
4. Shirshi, Ratnagiri – 1840
5. Bharne, Ratnagiri – 1623
6. Patgaon, Kolhapur – 1590
7. Gaganbawada, Kolhapur – 1548
8. Dapoli, Ratnagiri – 1537
9. Khed, Ratnagiri – 1515
10. Dajipur, Kolhapur – 1509

Karnatata SWM Toppers from 01.06.20 to 30.06.2021
(min 1300 mm)

1. Agumbe, Shimoga – 1591
2. Gavali, Belgaum – 1503
3. Castle Rock, Uttar Kannada - 1456
4. Kundal, Uttar Kannada – 1452
5. Yadur, Shimoga – 1440
6. Kollur, Udupi – 1417
7. Bare, Uttar Kannada – 1389
8. Hulikal, Shimoga – 1351
9. Vendse, Udupi – 1345
10. Nilkund, Uttar Kannada – 1311

North East India SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 750 mm)

1. Mawsynaram, Meghalaya – 2597
2. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya – 2547
3. Mathanguri, Assam – 1040
4. Passighat, Arunachal Pradesh – 881
5. Kharkhana, Meghalaya – 863
6. Panbari, Assam – 840
7. Barpeta, Assam – 826
8. Chouldhowaghat, Assam – 774
9. Manas NH Crossing, Assam – 768
10. Beki Road bridge, Assam 763

Goa SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 800 mm)

1. Pernem – 1489
2. Quepem – 1131
3. Valpoi – 1132
4. Ganjem – 1079
5. Sanguem – 1010
6. Sanquelim – 998
7. Mapusa – 955
8. Ela – 904
9. Panaji – 832
10. Margao – 811

West Bengal & Sikkim SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 650 mm)

1. Banarhat, West Bengal – 961
2. Gangtok, Sikkim – 942
3. Alipurduar, West Bengal – 934
4. Barabisha, West Bengal – 930
5. Hasimara, West Bengal – 787
6. Nagrakata, West Bengal – 730
7. Malbazar, West Bengal – 723
8. Bankura, West Bengal – 695
9. Neora, West Bengal – 668
10. Gazoldoba, West Bengal – 660

Kerala SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 700 mm)

1. Kakkayam, Kozhikode – 1092
2. Kakki Dam, Pathanmthitta – 983
3. Painavu, Idukki – 931
4. Peermade, Idukki – 843
5. Pambla Dam, Idukki – 785
6. Teekoy Estate, Kottayam – 731
7. Kottiyoor, Kannur – 731
8. Idukki, Idukki – 729
9. Padiyathadukka, Kasargod – 702
10. Kalladi, Wayanad & Braemore, Trivandrum – 700

Tamil Nadu SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 350 mm)

1. Avalanche, Nilgiris – 746
2. Chinnakallar, Coimbatore – 725
3. Pandalur, Nilgiris – 690
4. Porthimund, Nilgiris – 644
5. Upper Bhavani, Nilgiris – 633
6. Periyakallar (Valparai PTO), Coimbatore – 616
7. Mukurthy, Nilgiris – 596
8. Parsons Valley, Nilgiris – 558
9. Cincona, Coimbatore – 518
10. Sholayar Dam, Coimbatore – 513
11. Periyar Dam, Theni – 431
12. Devala, Nilgiris – 429
13. Valparai PAP, Coimbatore – 407
14. Valparai Taluk Office, Coimbatore – 388
15. Wood Briar Estate, Nilgiris – 364

Gujarat SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 350 mm)

1. Anand, Anand – 468
2. Damanganga, Valsad – 441
3. Nanipalsan, Valsad – 437
4. Madhuban Dam, Valsad – 417
5. Surat city, Surat – 412
6. Kaprada, Valsad – 390
7. Jalalpore, Navsari – 379
8. Pardi, Valsad – 370
9. Navsari, Navsari – 370
10. Vallabh Vidyanagar, Anand – 368

Odisha SWM Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 400 mm)

1. Lamataput – 447
2. Korba – 438
3. Kantapara – 436
4. Bangodam – 413
5. Marshaghai – 412
6. Kotpad – 407
7. Thettang – 400
8. Tarapur – 400
9. Kuchinda – 400
10. Dharamjaygarh – 400

Uttrakhand Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 400)

1. Nandkeshri, Chamoli – 763
2. Karnaprayag, Chamoli – 485
3. Ghat, Champawat – 423
4. Thal, Pithoragarh – 400
5. Munsyari, Pithoragarh – 400

Uttar Pradesh Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
(min 450)

1. Dhaurahara, Lakhimpur Kheri ~ 850
2. Narhan, Chandauli – 561
3. Bhinga, Shrawasti – 524
4. Chandradeepghat, Siddarth Nagar – 500
5. Mirzapur, Mirzapur – 479

Islands Rainfall from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
in mm

1. Portblair, Andaman – 322
2. Mincoy, Lakshadweep – 172
3. Aminidivi, Lakshadweep – 169
4. Car Nicobar, Nicobar – 1050
5. Agathi, Lakshadweep – 138

Metro Cities (above 3 million population) Toppers from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
in mm

1. Mumbai AP (Santacruz) – 961
2. Mumbai City (Colaba) – 695
3. Kolkata City (Alipore) – 402
4. Kolkata AP (Dum Dum) – 314
5. Surat – 300
6. Pune AP (Lohagaon) – 215
7. Baroda – 210
8. Hyderabad AP – 158
9. Pune City – 152
10. Ahmedabad AP – 148
11. Bangalore AP (HAL) – 108
12. Bangalore City – 92
13. Chennai AP (Meenambakkam) – 86
14. Chennai City (Nungambakkam) – 55
15. Delhi AP (Palam) – 48
16. Delhi City (Safdarjung) – 35
17. Jaipur AP – 32

Tamil Nadu Major Cities and Airport Rainfall from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
in mm

1. Trichy Town – 88
2. Chennai AP – 86
3. Trichy AP – 86
4. Salem – 83
5. Vellore – 75
6. Madurai – 75
7. Dindigul – 72
8. Madurai AP – 68
9. Hosur – 64
10. Thanjavur PTO – 64
11. Chennai City – 55
12. Erode – 50
13. Tirunelveli – 36
14. Pondy – 34
15. Thanjavur – 26
16. Tirunelveli (Palyamkottai) -19
17. Erode PTO – 15
18. Karur – 13
19. Coimbatore AP (Peelamedu) – 10
20. Coimbatore South – 10
21. Tiruppur North – 4
22. Tiruppur South – 2
23. Thoothukudi – 1.5

Chennai City (KTC & 100 kms) Rainfall from 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
in mm

Chennai City

1. KK Nagar – 87
2. Anna University (Guindy) – 86
3. Chennai AP – 86
4. Ambattur – 77
5. Chennai Collectorate (Parrys) – 65
6. DGP Marina – 61
7. Chembarabakkam – 61
8. Aynavaram – 57
9. Chennai City – 55
10. Tondairpet – 50

Chennai Suburbs (100 kms)

1. Poonamalle – 142
2. Thiruvalangadu – 89
3. Zamin Korattur – 83
4. Tiruttani – 83
5. Sriperumbedur – 81
6. Tiruttani – 77
7. Chembarabakkam – 61
8. Thamaraipakkam – 61
9. Tiruvallur – 56
10. Kancheepuram – 48

Driest Places in India 01.06.21 to 30.06.2021
in mm (min 2 mm)

1. Kulasekarapattinam, Tamil Nadu – 0
2. Pallamorkulam, Tamil Nadu – 0
3. Vallinokam, Tamil Nadu – 0
4. Sulur, Coimbatore – 0
5. Tiruppur South, Tamil Nadu –2


10 comments:

Rajesh said...

Great effort Pradeep John
Vagaries is proud to have you as co author

Konkani Don said...

Amazing data sir. Hats off to this website for such efforts.

Paresh said...

Great work, Pradeep. Keep at it. And yes, I definitely don't see this anywhere else on the Net. Kudos Team Vagaries.

Shreyas Dhavale said...

Great effort and very nice information!

Sarfaraj khan said...

Very hard work done to collect all this data.. Really appreciate

Unknown said...

Any rain update in comming days for mumbai

sanjeev Gokhale said...

Appreciate the hard work to compile this data.
Rajesh sir, feeling very humid,hot in Mumbai as no rain.
What are chances for meaningful rain in and around Mumbai in coming days.?

Unknown said...

Great data Pradeep Sir!!

Sarfaraj khan said...

Any chance of rain in up coming days for mumbai and surrounding?

NilaY Wankawala said...

Credit Australian Government Bureau of metereology latest 06 07 2021


Issued 6 July 2021

The latest Climate Driver Update and Climate Model Summary are now available on the Bureau's website.

Negative IOD event likely in 2021

Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) index values continue to be negative. A negative IOD event is declared when there have been at least 8 weeks below the IOD index threshold of −0.4 °C. A negative IOD increases the chances of above average winter-spring rainfall for parts of southern Australia.

The most recent weekly IOD value is −0.27 °C, which is above the negative IOD threshold (−0.4 °C) but follows on from the IOD index being below the negative IOD threshold for the previous six weeks. Most climate models surveyed by the Bureau predict the IOD to return to below the negative IOD threshold, with a negative IOD event likely for the second half of the southern hemisphere winter and into spring.

The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains neutral with most oceanic and atmospheric indicators within the neutral range. Cloudiness near the Date Line has been below average over the past fortnight, although this is weak and a localised pattern. Most climate model outlooks indicate a neutral ENSO state is likely to continue for the remainder of the southern hemisphere winter and spring despite tropical Pacific sea surface temperatures slowly cooling over the coming six months. This may be contributing to the wetter than average climate outlooks for parts of Australia.

The Southern Annular Mode (SAM) has been positive for the past four weeks. Forecasts suggest SAM will return to neutral levels over the coming week. Neutral SAM has little influence on Australian climate, while positive SAM typically means cold fronts and troughs are shifted further south than their usual winter path.

It is likely some of the wetter weather seen during June may have been a result of the developing negative IOD event, while the drier weather for parts of southern WA and western Tasmania may have been influenced by the positive SAM.

The Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) is currently over the Indian Ocean. Most climate models indicate the MJO will weaken approaching the Maritime Continent over the coming week. Should the MJO maintain its strength, an MJO near the Maritime Continent typically leads to stronger westerly winds over the Indian Ocean, which can reinforce the negative IOD.

Climate change continues to influence Australian and global climate. Australia's climate has warmed by 1.44 ± 0.24 °C over 1910–2019, while southern Australia has seen a reduction of 10–20% in cool season (April–October) rainfall in recent decades.

More information

Media enquiries: (03) 9669 4057 media@bom.gov.au

Next update expected on 20 July 2021

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