Sunday, August 22, 2010

Bay Low "91 B" has come and gone ! ...
Rainfall reported on 0830 hrs of 22 Aug 2010 in Tamilnadu ...
Rainfall at Metros across India .. Rainfall on 22.8.2010 ending at 8.30 am ...
Its NE-monsoon week for Tamilnadu - Widespread rainfall in the state ...
Chennai - As the present Central Bay Low will linger around and will cross into N. Andhra coast on 26-Aug... more showers till Thursday.
Chennai - After a day long showers... now 10:10pm, it's calm and cloudy, More showers will move in at around 12am...
9:30pm, More cloud formations can be seen moving in from Bay into N. Tamilnadu and S. Andhra coast ...
9pm, Showers over Orissa, Jharkand, N. Bengal and along N. Tamilnadu coast ...
@vatsala >> Whenever possible try to report about weather in your zone, like you did today. ! If possible share a pic of that weather event.
RT @vatsala: @weatherofindia continuous steady rain in Pallikaranai, Chennai from 1300 hrs. No thunder, no lightning (2:09pm)
RT @fabwrite: @weatherofindia Its raining in Madipakkam. Looks like the rains are here to stay! What's the forecast for Chennai? (1:56pm)
RT @joesat: Since morning experiencing intermitent rains at palavakkam @weatherofindia . Overcast cloud cover. (12:50pm)
91B has come and gone !
Remnants of an erstwhile low, presently at 1004 mb in the southern Bay, hangs around, embedded in an off shore trough line along the Eastern coast south of A.P. With clouding along the trough, we have seen rains in T.N. in the last couple of days.In fact very good rains all over the state have raised hopes , after a weak SWM. Almost reminding the state of the NEM.
Bangalore was drenched with good rains from Thursday/Friday. After rains on Sunday evening, the rains may decrease in the city.
I would expect this low, to deepen and sort of re-form in the same region by 22nd/23rd. But would not expect very heavy rains at this stage.

Now, almost all models indicate the low to linger in the same region, in the sea, till 26th. Around that date, it may enter inland, as a 1000 mb low.
Where ? Normally I would say the A.P.coast. But, as a W.D. (I name it 25W), is crossing the northern region, we could expect the low to be pulled away from the east coast, and move Northerly, and then maybe cross near the Orissa/Bengal coast.
T.N. rains wll decrease , and the persisting low, will result in cloudy weather, but lesser rains in the interiors of the states of T.N. and Karnataka, next 3 days. Thence, all depends on the course of the low.But, I would expect precipitation in pockets to continue in the southern peninsula throughout next week.
See a small vortex, inland forming north of Bangalore on Monday/Tuesday. Maybe some rain in Bangalore on Monday night/early Tuesday.

The same 25W is sure to inter act with the axis, by then in a firm position along the Himalayan foothills, and produce heavy rains from H.P.thru Utteranchal and west U.P. and Nepal. We can expect very heavy downpours along the hills as the axix itself is also at a pressure of 1000 mb.The western end of the axis is saddled in Balochistan, at 998 mb.and will remain firm till the TD off the Vietnam coast survives. Indicating no signs of the monsoon withdrawal from there as yet.
This coming week, more rains for Delhi area after the 25th.

The western coast off shore trough remains weak next week. Normal rains of upto 10/15 mms per day could be expected.

Mumbai: Another few days of less rain.
Monday: Partly cloudy, with sunny intervals. A couple of brief heavy showers.
Tuesday:Partly cloudy, with sunny intervals. A couple of brief heavy showers, especially in the night.
Wednesday: Cloudy with some showers. Stuffy at night.
All days rains will measure upto 10/12 mms per day.

Its NE-monsoon week for Tamilnadu - Widespread rainfall in the state

After a long disappointment over the delayed or inadequate rainfall during the South-West monsoon, a downpour lashed Coimbatore city and suburbs on Friday night.

Rainfall in mm during the last 24 hours till 8.30 a.m. on Saturday: Annur - 6, Peelamedu - 46.3, Mettupalayam - 50.2, Pollachi - 32, Periyanaickenpalayam - 40, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University - 48, Sulur - 37, Coimbatore South Taluk - 56, Thondamuthur - 30, Valparai Taluk - 8, Chincona - 4 and Chinnakallar - 3. Parambiulam - 4, Aliyar - 15.4, Thirumurthy - 5, Amaravathy - 27, Upper Nirar - 3, Lower Nirar - 1, Manacadavu - 46, Sircarapthy - 4, Upper Aliyar - 2, Kadamparai - 2, Uppar - 28, Valparai - 11, Thoonakadavu - 2, Vettaikaranpudur - 22, Pongalur - 28, Pollachi - 32 and Nallaru - 10.

Rain proved to be minimal in the Western Ghats along the catchments of the Parambikulam – Aliyar Project (PAP) reservoirs. Officials said that the rainfall during the South-West monsoon remained inadequate and the reservoirs are yet to reach the brim. The water level in dams on Saturday: Sholayar - 124.49 ft as against the Full Reservoir Level of 160, Parambikulam 47.85 ft as against the FRL of 72, Aliyar 115.80 ft as against the FRL of 120 ft, Thirumurthy reservoir 53.18 ft as against the FRL of 60 ft and Amaravathy had 62.50 ft as against the FRL of 90 ft.

Siruvani, the reservoir that takes care of the drinking water needs, witnessed a downpour. The rainfall in the catchment was 75 mm and at the foothills was 40 mm. The storage is said to be improving considerably. The storage stood at 28.37 feet as against the FRL of nearly 50 feet.

Heavy rain lashed Thanjavur and Tiruvarur districts on Saturday. The agriculture department officials said the rain was beneficial for standing Kuruvai crop. According to P.Loganathan, Joint Director of Agriculture, Thanjavur , Kuruvai crop is in the tillering to flowering stage.

The rainfalls recorded in the 24-hour period ending at 8 a.m. Saturday were as follows (in mm): Thanjavur 15.3, Kumbakonam 25.4, Valangaiman 13.5, Ayyampettai 18, Papanasam 61, Thiruthuraipoondi 45.5, Neyvasal Thenpathi 66, Mannargudi 34, Muthupettai 66, Peravurani 14, Vettikadu 19, Orathanadu 41.5, Madukkur 44 and Pattukottai 31.

Torrential rain continued unabated for the second day with the district recording an average rainfall of 21.98 mm on Saturday. Vedaranyam recorded the highest rainfall of 70.40 mm. According to sources at Vedaranyam, the rains brought respite to the herbivores at Kodiakarrai sanctuary. However, flooded salt pans would slacken salt production, sources said. The morning's heavy rains in Nagapattinam block also brought in its first of rain-induced loss with inundation of a fair price shop here.

Rainfall recorded for the 24-hour period upto Saturday 8 a.m. are as follows (in mm): Vedaranyam 70.40 ; Tirupoondi 46; Thalainayar 26; Manalmedu 22; Nagapattinam 15.40; Mayiladuthurai 9 ; Sirkazhi 6; Tharangabadi 3; and Kollidam recorded nil rainfall.

Several parts of the Tiruchi district received intermittent shower on Saturday, bringing down the temperature. The sky remained overcast throughout the day.

Navalur Kuttapattu recorded the maximum of 43 mm of rainfall in the district.The following were the chief amount of rainfall recorded in other parts of the district during the 24-hour period ending at 8 a.m. on Saturday (in mm): Thuraiyur 36; Kovilpatti 27.40; Samayapuram 25; Ponnaniyar Dam 22; Marungapuri 20.20; Manapparai 17.20; Kuppampatti 15 and Vathalai Anicut 6.60. The district recorded an average of 11.35 mm of rainfall during the period.

Rain lashed Dharmapuri district from Friday night. Karimangalam experienced a maximum rainfall of 245 mm.Dharmapuri district experienced a maximum rainfall of 365 mm. All the lakes and ponds in and around Karimangalam were filled to the brim.

In Krishnagiri district, many places received moderate rain from Thursday night. Moderate rain occurred on Saturday morning for about two hours. Rainfall recorded in mm in various places is: Denkankottai – 76, Anchetti – 43, Thaly – 27, Royakottai – 29, Barur – 63.4 and KRP Dam – 8.2.

Heavy rain accompanied by thunder and lightning lashed several parts of the Nilgiris on Friday night. With the downpour continuing till the small hours of Saturday, Ooty recorded 71 mm of rainfall and Kotagiri 75 mm.

Overcast skies and a steady drizzle across most of the city kept temperatures down allowing Chennai to have a cool day providing respite from the heat, on Saturday. The weather station in Meenambakkam received close to 24 mm of rain while the Nungambakkam station recorded just over 13 mm. Area cyclone warning centre director S R Ramanan said, “The rains have been caused by an upper air cyclonic circulation. We have put out a forecast for 24 hours. People can expect rains over the next 48 hours.”

Rain continued to batter Salem city and the district for the second consecutive day on Saturday. The heavy rain, which began on Friday evening forcing the postponement of DMK public meeting which Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi was to address, inundated the low-lying areas in the city. The Gandhi Stadium resembled a pool and many roads and streets had come under a sheet of water.

Salem city recorded 30.4 mm. Tourists shied away from Yercaud as bitter chill swept across the hill resort since Friday morning. Rains added to their woes. Power failure also had gripped the town. Namakkal town and surrounding places received rain since Friday evening. Kolli Hills also recorded heavy rains

Incessant rain affected normal life in various parts of Erode district on Saturday. A number of parts in the district, including Erode town, received heavy showers on Friday night and Saturday. The overcast sky and incessant rain brought down the temperature significantly, giving the much needed respite from heat.

Light to heavy rain lashed Vellore, Katpadi and surrounding areas on Saturday afternoon.The rain came as a relief to residents, who were worried about the monsoon playing truant, resulting in the depletion of groundwater in most areas and water scarcity everywhere.The rain brought cheer to farmers who had raised rain fed crops.

22 Aug 2010/1450 hrs IST trend

Today, [22 Aug 2010/1451 hrs IST] the Radar picture indicates that intense clouds from NE is penetrating Chennai. Wde may expect moderate to heavy rainfall in Chennai within another one hour.

Rainfall intensity on 22 Aug 2010

Rainfall reported on 0830 hrs of 22 Aug 2010 in Tamilnadu

Padalur 8.0
Chidambaram 63.0
Thally 56.7
Peraiyur 34.0
Kollidam 75.0
Mayiladuthurai 25.0
Nagapattinam 28.0
Sirkali 110.0
Tarangambadi 24.2
Vedaranyam 18.4
Mangalapuram 10.2
Denkanikottai 11.0
Naduvattam 25.0
Baur 12.0
Alangudi 20.0
Aranthangi 11.0
Illupur 12.6
Kandarvakottai 30.0
Karambakudi 14.0
Keeranur 18.0
Perungalur 21.0
Pudukkottai 13.0
Attur 10.4
Vazapadi 10.0
Rasipuram 8.4
Cheyyur 25.0
Cuddalore 75.0
K.M.Koil 28.0
Parangipettai 39.0
Sethiyathope 31.0
Srimushnam 20.0
Tozudur 16.0
Vridhachalam 24.4
Dharmapuri 10.0
Harur 8.0
Palacode 12.0
Krishnagiri 10.6
Pennagaram 9.0
Kumbakonam 26.4
Chinglepet 90.8
Kanchipuram 48.0
Maduranthagam 57.0
Sriperumbudur 41.2
Tambaram 48.2
Uthiramerur 71.0
Panchapatti 8.0
Thogaimalai 13.0
Penugondapuram 18.2
Pochampalli 9.2
Pappireddipatti 12.0
Vellore 42.2
Thuraiyur 10.0
Kovilpatti 8.0
Surangudi 15.0
Vilathikulam 15.0
Alangayam 15.0
Ambur 15.4
Arakkonam 45.4
Gudiyatham 26.0
Melalathur 22.6
Sholigur 36.0
Yercaud 11.2
Vaniyambadi 22.0
Samayapuram 12.5
Gingee 43.0
Kallakurichi 20.0
Sankarapuram 13.0
Tindivanam 15.0
Tirukoilur 24.0
Ulundurpet 20.0
Vanur 25.0
Viluppuram 43.0
Anna unversity 24.8
DGP office 24.1
Tirupattur 12.2
Cholavaram 15.0
Nungambakkam 12.8
Madukur 34.2
Orathanadu 20.8
Papanasam 23.2
Pattukottai 27.0
Peravurani 32.3
Thanjavur 35.0
Thiruvidaimarudhur 27.0
Tirukattupalli 14.2
Tiruvaiyaru 45.1
Tiruchy AP 13.6
Mulanur 9.0
Tiruchy Town 8.0
Pallipattu 21.0
Ponneri 14.0
Poonamallee 27.0
Poondi 13.0
Tiruttani 36.0
Tiruvallur 16.0
Lalgudi 12.2
Marungapuri 10.4
Musiri 10.0
Pullambadi 15.8
Grand Anicut 11.2
Periyar Dam 17.0

Rainfall at Metros across India

Rainfall on 22.8.2010 ending at 8.30 am

Chennai (Nungambakkam) – 13 mm
Chennai (Meenambakkam) – 24 mm

Mumbai (Santacruz) – 12 mm
Mumbai (Colaba) – 0.4 mm

New Delhi (Palam) – 32 mm
New Delhi (Safdarjung) – 44 mm
Chennai - Cloud cover getting heavy now 10:19am
7 models suggest a "Marked LOW" or "Depression" near N. Tamilnadu or Andhra coast in another 48 hrs...
Chennai - No low cloud formation yet! 8:36am
Chennai - After overnight showers, now 8:33am is having a warm morning, getting cloudy with medium high clouds from East.
7:30am, satellite shot ..
7:30am, Sat. shot shows a clearing N. Tamilnadu and Entire Andhra ... while heavy cloud mass seen near C.Coastal TN.. and S-W Bay.
WET NORTH-WEST During October-November-December...!! ...

N-E monsoon also may benefit from La Nina

International Research Institute (IRI) at Columbia University sees 96 per cent chance of La Nina conditions persisting through August to October this year.
In updated seasonal forecasts on Friday, the IRI assessed almost similar probability (95 per cent) of these conditions extending into November and December.

The IRI found elevated probabilities of the La Nina favourably impacting not just the ongoing south-west monsoon but the subsequent north-east monsoon as well.
As for expected rainfall trends for September-October-November, the IRI assessed as high the probabilities for excess precipitation for the entire western half of the country except the south-west Coast and North India (Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh) where it would be normal.

During October-November-December, the north-west is expected to see the advent of the seasonal winter with a largely normal rainfall pattern.
Going into the December and January, the IRI sees elevated chances of Central and East-central India going through a lean phase in terms of recorded rainfall.
Meanwhile, India Meteorological Department (IMD) has indicated on Friday that the rainy weather over north-west India could sustain with more helpful atmospheric dynamics being thrown in.
Active convection and surplus moisture available is now expected to spin up a land-based low-pressure area, rare but not improbable, over West Uttar Pradesh by Monday.
A western disturbance is also forecast to enter the region subsequently, which could intensify the rainfall over the Himalayan foothills in Uttar Pradesh.
A causative upper air cyclonic circulation has been hanging in over West Uttar Pradesh and neighbourhood over the past few days.

An IMD update said that the last 24 hours ending Friday afternoon saw widespread rainfall being reported from Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, East Rajasthan, North Madhya Pradesh, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, the North-eastern States and the West Coast.
It was fairly widespread over Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gangetic West Bengal, Orissa, Marathwada, Vidarbha, Telangana and Interior Karnataka.
A satellite cloud imagery showed the presence of convective (rain-bearing) clouds over many parts of the country (outside Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat, Mizoram and Tripura), South Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea and East Arabian Sea.

An upper air cyclonic circulation has been traced to over Rayalaseema and neighbourhood and which has been spearheading precipitation over the Southern Peninsula.
A rain alert valid for the next two days said that isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall would occur over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, the Jammu division of Jammu and Kashmir, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, East Rajasthan, the north-eastern States, Coastal and South Interior Karnataka and Kerala.
Forecast valid until Monday spoke about the possibility of widespread rain or thundershowers over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarkhand, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, the north-eastern States and Coastal Karnataka.

Fairly widespread rain or thundershowers would occur over Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, East Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Konkan, Goa, Kerala, Interior Maharashtra, Interior Karnataka, Lakshadweep and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Extended forecast until Wednesday said that widespread rainfall would occur over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, East Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, the north-eastern States, Coastal Karnataka and Kerala.
Chief amounts of rainfall reported at 0830 hrs IST on 21 Aug 2010 in Tamilnadu ...
Bangalore - 4cm for Bangalore till 5.30pm on 21-Aug-2010


SOUTH INTERIOR KARNATAKA has got good rains(widespread) than the coastal regions ---- this is a goods sign. Today also the interior regions would have got good rains

Nagamangala 13
Nuggehalli 13
Tarikere 10
Sravanabelagola 9
M M Hills 8
Srirampura 8
C.R.Patna 5
Kudalgi 5
Hosadurga 5
Halebeedu 5
Krishnarajpet 5
Bhagamandala 5
Gubbi 5
Kanakapura 4
Kollegal 4
Thirthahalli 4
Tiptur 4
Lakkavalli 3
C N Halli 3
Ammathy 3
Maddur 3
T.Narsipur 3
Agumbe 3
Holenarsipur 3
Chamarajnagar 3
Chamrajanagara 3
Sagar 3
Turuvekere 3
Nanjangud 3
Yelandur 3
Koppa 3
Gundlapet 2
Begur 2
Balehonur 2
Sarguru 2
Arsikere 2
Sira 2
Saklespura 2
Bandipura 2
Sringeri 2
Kushal Nagar 2
Hunsur 2
K.R.Nagara 1
Bargur 1
B.Durga 1
Alur 1
Mysore 1
H D Kote 1
Parasurampura 1
Kamardi 1
Bharmasagar 1
Napoklu 1
Virajpet 1
Pandavapura 1
Jagalur 1
Ajjampura 1
Channagiri 1
Holalkere 1
Arkalgud 1
Srinivaspur 1
Channapatana 1
Bhadravati 1
Halli Mysore 1
Hassan 1
Ramagiri 1
Anavatti 1
Somwarpet 1
Harangi 1

As the circulation is moving from EAST to WEST, it rained wide spread in interior Karnataka than in coastal regions. This is a sort of upper air monsoon trough. You would have noticed the winds coming from Easterly to NEly.

Posted by Kaneyen & Pradeep
Chennai -, predicts 250mm in next 4days for chennai... almost all models predict Heavy showers for next 4 days...
All India Rainfall toppers from 1st January 2010 - 21st August 2010 ...
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RT @chevid: @weatherofindia it rained heavily in hyd.hv never seen such big raindrops.Its cloudy again nd more rain 2 come (21-Aug, 6pm)

Chief amounts of rainfall on 21 Aug 2010

Chief amounts of rainfall reported at 0830 hrs IST on 21 Aug 2010 in Tamilnadu

Ramanathapuram, Kallakurichi-17, Sankarapuram-15, Tirukoilur-12, Adiramapatinam, Tondi-9, Ponneri,Denkanikottai-8 each

Kothagiri,Ooty,Vedaranyam,Tozudur,Vridhachalam,and Palacode-7 each. Baur,Jayamkondan,Ottapidaram,& Coimbatore (South) -6 each.

Naduvattam,Omalurm,Sendamangalam,Gudalur,K.M.Koil,Rasipuram,Mettupalayam,Pennagaram,Illupur,Dharmapuri,Dindigul,Coimbatore,Sriperumbudur, Rameswaram,Srimushnam,Dharapuram,Ulundurpet,& Pamban-5 each.

Madukur,Pappireddipatti,Anchetty,Namakkal,Viluppuram,Yercaud,Orathanadu,P.N.Palayam,Attur,Sulur,Harur,Vedasandur,& Thuraiyur-4 each.

Cheyyur,Uthiramerur,Kamuthi,Chinglepet,Toothukudi,Devala,Kundha,Kandarvakottai,Pudukkottai,Pattukottai,MetturDam,Salem,Maduranthagam,Sendurai, Rayakottah,Tirupur,Coonoor,Perungalur,Thally,Pochampalli,Keeranur,Kumbakonam,Sathyamangalam,& Samayapuram-3 each.

Erode,Kadaladi,Penugondapuram,R.S.Mangalam,Maniyatchi,Vembavur,Gobichettipalayam,Marungapuri,Pollachi,Tambaram,Chettikulam,Karambakudi,Panchapatti,Manaparai,Perundurai,Kanchipuram,Tiruvadanai,Tiruvallur,Krishnagiri, & Sankarapuram-2 each.

Nagapattinam,Thanjavur,Peravurani,Paramathi,Aranthangi,Tindivanam,Kumarapalayam,Mangalapuram,Sethiyathope,Mudukulathur,Mayanur,TiruchengoduKetti,Vazapadi,Avinashi,Bhavani,Palani,Redhiils,Karur,Bhavanisagar,Paramakudi,Pallipattu,Srivaikuntam,Natham,Kangeyam,Mayiladuthurai,Karaikal,Nilakottai,Parangipettai,K.Paramathi,Udumalpet,Sathanur Dam & Poondi-1 each.

Depression/Cyclone is possible near TN / Andhra coast

GFS Model


IMD MM5 Model


Canadian CMC GEM Model

NUWE Model

Taiwan Model

Nuwe predicts 250mm in next 4days for chennai

GFS predicts around 150mm

Foreca is little conservative and predicts around 80mm

All India Rainfall toppers from 1st January 2010 - 21st August 2010

  1. Cherrapunji (Meghalaya) - 1140 cm (Annual around 1100)
  2. Agumbe (Karnataka) - 488 cm (Annual over 750)
  3. Gaganbawada (Maharashtra) - 432 cm (Annual over 600)
  4. Shirali (Karnataka) - 351 cm (Annual over 400)
  5. Coochbehar (West Bengal) - 342 cm (Annual around 350)
  6. Passighat (Arunachal Pradesh) - 331 cm (Annual around 450)
  7. Mahabaleshwar (Maharashtra) - 321 cm (Annual over 600)
  8. Silchar (Assam) - 308 cm (Annual around 350)
  9. Honavar (Karnataka) - 307 (Annual over 350)
  10. Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) - 307 cm (Annual around 300)
  11. Buxa (West Bengal) - 302 cm (Annual around 550)
  12. Piravom (Kerala) - 302 cm (Annual around ??)
  13. North Lakhimpur (Assam) - 298 cm (Annual around 350)
  14. Panambur (Karnataka) - 293 cm (Annual over 350)
  15. Mangalore AP (Karnataka) - 292 cm (Annual around 400)
  16. Bhagamandala (Karnataka) - 291 cm (Annual over 600)
  17. Vadakara (Kerala) - 287 cm (Annual around ??)
  18. Karwar (Karnataka) - 282 cm (Annual around 400)
  19. Gangtok (Sikkim) - 280 cm (Annual over 350)
  20. Panjim (Goa) - 273 cm (Annual around 300)
  21. Jalpaiguri (West Bengal) - 268 cm (Annual around 350)
  22. Kottigehara (Karnataka) - 263 cm (Annual around ??)
  23. Harnai (Maharashtra) - 263 cm (Annual around 250)
  24. Mumbai Colaba (Maharashtra) - 263 cm (Annual around 200)
  25. Mumbai Santa Cruz (Maharashtra) - 262 cm (Annual around 250)
  26. Peermade (Kerala) - 256 cm (Annual around 500)
  27. Chinnakallar (Tamilnadu) - 253 cm (Annual around 500)
  28. Kannur (Kerala) - 248cm ( Annual around ??)
  29. Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh) - 245 cm (Annual around 350)
  30. Matheran (Maharashtra) - 232 cm (Annual around 550)
  31. Kozhikode (Kerala) - 232cm ( Annual around ??)
  32. Kochi AP (Kerala) - 229cm ( Annual around ??)
  33. Dibrugarh (Assam) - 228 cm (Annual around 300)
  34. Valparai (Tamilnadu) - 222 cm (Annual around 350)
  35. Dahanu (Maharashtra) - 215 cm (Annual around 250)
  36. Kottayam (Kerala) - 206cm ( Annual around ??)
  37. Devala (Tamilnadu) - 202 cm (Annual over 400)
Many stations in Kerala, Karnataka, Maharastra, and North East would have crossed 200-250 cm. Its very time consuming in calculating the rankings from the archived data.