Kerala got increasing rains as predicted (snippet 👉...) ..but coastal Karnataka event was surprising...Compilation by Vagarian Shreyas
Kochi AP 211mm
Valparai 128mm, Thrissur 125mm
Odakkali 156, Muvattupuzha 140
Kochi 136, Kalamassery 121
Choondi 116, Palluruthy 110
Extreme rain event in coastal Karnataka
Muttalli (GP) 533.50
Mundalli (GP) 521.50
SUSGADI (BHATKAL) 517.50
Mavinkurve (GP) 491
Koppa (GP) 483.50
Widespread 500mm in Uttara Kannada dist
And Sea Levels winds
Credit Autralian Government Bureau of Metereology
Issued 2 August 2022
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Negative Indian Ocean Dipole under way; La Niña WATCH continues
A negative Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) event is under way. The IOD index has been very close to or exceeded negative IOD thresholds (i.e., at or below −0.4 °C) over the past eight weeks. All climate model outlooks surveyed indicate that negative IOD conditions are likely to continue into late spring. A negative IOD event is associated with above average winter–spring rainfall for much of Australia.
The Bureau's ENSO Outlook remains at La Niña WATCH, meaning there is around a 50% chance (double the normal likelihood) of La Niña forming later in 2022. This is a result of current observations and model outlooks. La Niña events increase the chance of above average winter–spring rainfall across much of northern and eastern Australia.
The Southern Annular Mode (SAM) index is currently neutral, with neutral to weakly positive values forecast for the rest of August. Positive SAM has a drying influence for parts of south-west and south-east Australia, while neutral SAM has little influence on Australian rainfall.
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Sir its all flooded. Very heavy rains in coastal karnataka.
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