Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Posted 12th Evening:

New Low...BB-8 developing in Bay....

Mumbai: The Monsoon is playing " Come & Go" with Mumbai. 

*June with low rainfall,  

* A drenched July

*A long dry spell in August, causing concern and worry..and then a wet spell, bringing hope and smiles.  

 *September: A wet beginning and a dry spell, and now, another dry, hot spell ...

But...this Monsoon, it will continue with its unpredictable games.

Another wet spell is expected over Mumbai from 16th ~20th..bringing good rains, and  we may see all the lakes overflowing. 

The Mumbai lakes and dams level reported at 6 am on 12th September 2023 is 97 % of the total. 

The quantum and intensity is still unsure, but will be able to get some inclination as the Low crosses the coast on 13th.( Maybe in excess of 100 ~150 mms between 16th ~20th.But we can ascertain that later).

As said earlier in Vagaries, a good spell in September should not be a reason to worry for Mumbai  !


Interior Maharashtra is in for good bountiful rains. 

From 16th, for the next 3/4 days, Vidharbh, Marathwada, and Madhya Maharshtra will receive the much required rainfall for the standing crops. 

Sambhajinagar District will receive good rains from 16th..with cumulative at least 70 -80 mms next 4 days.

Marathwada Dams and Reservoirs:👇

Jayakwadi at 32.42% of its full capacity, compared to 97.24% at the same time last year. The dam is the primary source of water for irrigation, drinking and industrial use in eight districts of the Marathwada region.

Majalgaon Dam - Beed. At 12.69% of its full capacity.

Lower Manar Dam - Nanded. At 55.21% of its full capacity


Rainfall may even creep into Gujarat region (Bharuch) and parts of Eastern Saurashtra from 18th.

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