Thursday, June 30, 2011

Rainfall till 8:30am of 30-Jun-2011 ...
Chennai - having good sea breeze from East ... late evening sharp showers possible before 11 pm
Arabian sea monsoon wing may pickup speed after 4-Jul .. Widespread showers indicated for S-W coast after 4-Jul.
Showers forecast for S. Karnataka, S. Andhra, N. Tamilnadu, Chennai from 2-Jul to 6-Jul and beyond ..
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia, Baroda 3.45pm, after a long wait, sudden showers, it is raining - a pic
RT @kishiarora: @weatherofindia yes pouring like crazy (in New delhi) 4:03pm
NO sign of Arabian sea monsoon revival in another 4 days .. we may have to wait for next WET MJO phase starts from 9-Jul
Met Dept buys 2 weather radars from Finnish firm ..
southwest monsoon has hit the capital three days ahead of its normal arrival ..
Heavy showers forecast for W,N-W,N Uttarpradesh and into Nepal for another 24 hrs ...
Latest analysis show, good S-W feed for S. Gujarat and N. Maharastra coast and will exist for another 3 days..
Chennai - Touches a max of 37.4 C (12:29pm) and now 12:48pm its going down due to early setting of good Sea breeze from East.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Kollur, Karnataka is the No.1 wettest spot in India this monsoon

It has got non stop rain from June 3rd from the date of onset of monsoon

From June 1st till 29th Kollur has got 211 cm.In the last 4 days it has got around 70 cm

It has is the unsung Hero of this monsoon overtaking the Heavyweights like Cherrapunji (145 cm), Agumbe (184 cm), Gaganbawada (184 cm), Bhagamandala (149 cm), Chinnakallar (150 cm)

Tamini i have to track next year. I too is getting good amount of rainfall.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Chennai - touches another 37.7 deg C ... Low level winds are from E-S-E.

All India Rainfall Toppers from 1.6.2011 to 26.06.2011

Rainfall in cm's (Min 100 cm)
  1. Agumbe (Karnataka) - 161
  2. Sangameshwar (Maharashtra) - 160
  3. Kadra (Karnataka) - 159
  4. Kollur (Karnataka) - 157
  5. Gaganbawada (Maharashtra) - 147
  6. Valpoi (Goa) - 144
  7. Piravom (Kerala) - 142
  8. Vadakara (Kerala) - 137
  9. Chinnakallar (Tamilnadu) - 134
  10. Castle Rock (Karnataka) -128
  11. Bhagamandala (Karnataka) - 128
  12. Siddapura Udupi (Karnataka) - 127
  13. Kanakavali (Maharashtra) - 123
  14. Sawantwadi (Maharashtra) - 121
  15. Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) - 119
  16. Gerosoppa (Karnataka) - 116
  17. Devala (Tamil Nadu) - 113
  18. Kottigehara (Karnataka) - 113
  19. Gorkhana (Karnataka) - 113
  20. Lanja (Maharashtra) - 111
  21. Ammathy (Karnataka) - 109
  22. Vythri (Kerala) - 106
  23. Bhira (Maharashtra) - 104
  24. Cherrapunji (Meghalaya) - 105
  25. Mandangad (Maharashtra) - 104
  26. Mahabaleshwar (Maharashtra) - 101
  27. Honovar (Karnataka) - 101
  28. Vaikom (Kerala) - 100
  29. Karipur AP (Kerala) - 100
Heavy Weights - Buxa, Matheran, Peermade failed to make the cut.

Thanks for Karthik Narayan, Karthik Raghavan and Subrahmaniam for helping to maintain the list and its updation.

Below normal monsoon in last 30 days in Southern peninsula


The dry phase from a passing Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) has ended. In the wet phase we can see how it helps the interior parts of the southern peninsula and also North East India. As on 27th June the mighty Cherrapunji (Annual 12000 mm) has got only 1101 mm which is below normal by 1396 mm. The same can be said for Passighat (Annual 4300 mm) which has got only 292 which is below normal by 463 mm. Shirali (Annual 4100 mm)in Karnataka has got only 934 mm which is below normal by 285 mm. Coochbehar (Annual 3400 mm) in West Bengal has got 376 mm which is below normal by 271 mm. Same way Buxa, Maheran have also got below normal rains.

In Tamilnadu except Chennai all district are having deficient rainfall.

The same is throughout Southern India. I have done a analysis and you can yourself see the results for the rainfall in last 30 days

Actual Accumulated rainfall

Normal Rainfall

The deviation from Normal
RT @weatherplanet: Asteroid 2011 MD heads towards Earth close approach today.
Nagercoil - got some mild showers early morning . Now 11:30am having good cloud movement from w-n-w. More mild showers before evening
Nagercoil - got some mild showers early morning . Now 11:30am having good cloud movement from w-n-w. More mild showers before evening

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Agume 172 mm today. It takes the No.1 spot for most rainfall in the country for this monsoon season starting from June 1, 2011

Agumbe total rainfall from June 1 to 26th – 1607 mm

Ratnagiri District has got bountiful rains from June most of the places have crossed 1000 mm within 25 days.

I will put a updated list for week ending 26th by night or morning.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

lonavala - intermittent showers for the past two days, dark passing clouds, drizzles,windy and pleasant, green everywhere!
Nagercoil - all thru the day had good stiff wind from W-N-W. Received a mild drizzle at 3pm. Monsoon weak over S.tip of Tamilnadu

Friday, June 24, 2011

RT @atwias_tsk: still no rain in bharuch :( @weatherofindia
Monsoon will revive after 30-Jun !! ...
But IMD suggests strong widespread showers for Maharastra coast (mumbai included) from 26-Jun till 1-Jun...
Yesterday, S-W peninsula got some scattered heavy showers .. here's the rainfall map tilll 8:30am, 24-Jun-2011 ...
According to COLA model ... NO sign of Arabian sea monsoon strengthening before 30-Jun-2011
The present LOW over S-W UP has weakened and it'll remain there for another 24 hrs.
RT @shanpati: @weatherofindia All clouds & no rains. . Mumbai. Whn can we expect a rain here?
LOW over N-W Madhyapradesh is now over S-W Uttarpradesh and N. Madhyapradesh ...
Some massive showers has recorded over E. rajasthan and N-W Madhyapradesh in past 2 days ... Baran - 29 cm and Guna - 34 cm
Chennai - as usual the temp will touch a max of 38 deg C before the sea breeze sets in.
Chennai - yesterday evening got around 1 cm of Rain... and more showers possible today evening as well.

Monsoon will revive after 30-Jun !!

DRY MJO phase will end around 30-Jun...
Latest MJO suggests a WET July ahead for all over India .

Depression weakens, but feeds wet weather

An enduringly stubborn monsoon depression airborne for more than a week across central India weakened a notch on Thursday after forfeiting some of the moisture feed to two raging storms in faraway Pacific.
But not before triggering some heavy to very heavy rainfall over west Madhya Pradesh and adjoining east Rajasthan and parts of the west coast, said an India Meteorological Department (IMD) update on Thursday.
In the process, it brought the monsoon current into more parts of Gujarat, remaining parts of Madhya Pradesh, some more parts west Uttar Pradesh and east Rajasthan.

Having presently weakened into a well-marked low-pressure area, the system was located to over northwest Madhya Pradesh and adjoining east Rajasthan and southwest Uttar Pradesh by the evening.
The weakening seems to have been precipitated by flows diverted by two named storms respectively in northwest Pacific and South China Sea.

The well-marked ‘low' should undergo further weakening since Meari, the northwest Pacific storm and the stronger of the two, is tracking in a north-northeast direction.
The South China Sea storm, Haima, however, has been moving in west-northwest direction towards the subcontinent and is expected to send in a ‘pulse' into the Bay of Bengal.

Model forecasts suggest southwesterly flows strengthening towards the weekend after the storms blow over but there is no immediate forecast of a weather system forming.

In fact, a dry phase of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) wave, an upper air wave travelling periodically from west to east across the Indian Ocean with some influence on ground weather during monsoon, may suppress rainfall for the time being.
The lean phase is expected to be broken by an alternating wet phase of the MJO likely emerging around July 10, model forecasts said.

Meanwhile, the IMD said the well-marked ‘low' is still capable of producing copious rain for another day or two, with heavy to very heavy rainfall being warned at isolated places over east Rajasthan and west Madhya Pradesh.
Satellite imagery showed convective (rain-bearing) clouds over parts of west Madhya Pradesh, east Rajasthan, North Gujarat, the Northeastern States and central and North Bay of Bengal and north Andaman Sea.
Isolated thunder squalls are likely over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh on Friday.
Conditions are favourable for advance of monsoon into more parts of Arabian Sea and Gujarat, east Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh. 

Thursday, June 23, 2011

RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 9.50am, Since yestday overcast sky with heavy windy a pic however no rain..
Chennai - mild drizzle now 4:28pm over Pallavaram zone

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Mahabaleshwar - Heavy rains, 65 mms of rain from 8.30 am till 6.30 pm ...
6pm, LOW over C. Madhyapradesh is now moving W-N-W into Rajasthan ... Heavy rain along MP - Rajasthan border..
In Mahableshwar now. Its been overcast, foggy and very frequent heavy showers throughout the day today (Wednesday). Gusty winds during showers bring wind chill temperature down to 15c. Max day temperature today here was 18c, with 65 mms of rain from 8.30 am till 6.30 pm. Fog visibility down to 3 metres at times. Minimum last night was 17c.
Cumulative rainfall from June 910 mms.

Chennai - Pallavaram just 6:20pm had a passing drizzle !
Chennai - S,S-W of chennai are getting active with good cloud formation. Expect a sharp shower soon !
Chennai - now 3:41pm witnessing some good Cloud formation All over S. Chennai... Chance of a T.shower after 4:30pm is increased to 75%
Today the high level vertical velocity along S. Andhra coast is on higher side... this'll produce a good T.storm..
Chennai - Touched a max of 38.7 C (2:56pm)... now 3:36pm having good Sea breeze and very good cloud formations.
RT @jayaramk1983: @weatherofindia (12.32pm) Rains in Pune. Not very heavy but steady since morning, accompanied by winds. The sky is dark !
The cloud mass and the LOW is now over Central Madhya pradesh ... and it's expected to die there ...
The LOW over central India was almost stationary over E. Madhyapradesh till 5:30am ...
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 9.40, Since yesterday cloudy sky but no rain. Now its fully overcast sky, will it rain???

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

8pm, Due to circulation.. Massive showers over central, S, N. Madhya pradesh ... NO sign of Arabian sea activity..
Chennai - Touches 38.7 C (3:42pm) again .. this'll continue till 27-Jun. Summer again due to Arabian sea monsoon break !

Second stage monsoon long-range forecast later today

India Meteorological Department (IMD) will come out with its second stage long-range forecast of the prevailing monsoon, which has run up an overall surplus almost 25 days into the season despite some deficit towards the east.
The first stage forecast was given out on April 19, which gave a ‘normal’ seasonal outlook. The second stage deals with the outlook for the crucial sowing month of July and the rest of the four-month season.
Global models have been indicating a certain amount of continued vulnerability to east and northeast India, being carried forward from the two preceding years. This is a worrying trend.
As of June 20, seven out of the nine deficit-reporting Met sub-divisions were from the east and northeast. The situation must have been drastically altered since then thanks to the pulsating tenure of the depression-turned-deep depression in east India but not in the northeast.
Meanwhile, the prevailing monsoon depression has not shown any signs of weakening this (Tuesday) morning after being air borne and in constant churn over east and adjoining east-central India for an extended period.
It could, however, run into some resistance after being forced to share available moisture feed with a weather system brewing far across to the east over northwest Pacific.
By that time, it would have heralded monsoon into the ‘blanked out’ parts of north and western Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat while taking time off to establish itself over east India. These also include madhya Maharashtra and Marathawada.
Additionally, it would also cover west Uttar Pradesh and east Rajasthan, and with some assistance from a prevailing upper air cyclonic circulation, most parts of northwest India excluding possibly west Rajasthan during this run.
Global model forecasts indicate a fresh wave of rains from along the west coast by the weekend. Associated southwesterlies might go on to meet with monsoon easterlies from the Bay over the Indo-Gangetic plains to push rains further into northwest.
Meanwhile, India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in an update this (Tuesday) morning that the monsoon depression located over southeast Uttar Pradesh and adjoining east Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand the previous night had moved northwestwards and lay centred over east Madhya Pradesh and adjoining East Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, about 100 km southwest of Varanasi and 120 km east of Rewa.
The system is likely to move west-northwestwards direction and weaken gradually.
The upper air cyclonic circulation over northwest Rajasthan and neighbourhood persists. The feeble western disturbance over Jammu and Kashmir and adjoining north Pakistan too persists.
Satellite pictures showed the presence of convective clouds over parts of east Uttar Pradesh, east Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, the Northeastern States and northeast and adjoining east-central Bay of Bengal.
A weather warning issued by the IMD said that heavy to very heavy rainfall would occur at isolated places over north Chhattisgarh, east Madhya Pradesh and east Uttar Pradesh until Wednesday.
Heavy rainfall may occur at isolated places over west Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha until Thursday. Isolated thunder squalls could rip through Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

Monsoon as on 21-Jun-2011

And the latest satellite shot at 11am on 21-Jun-2011

RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 10.10am, Yestday 37-29, Humid with passing clouds. Today also it is overcast sky but no rain.

Monday, June 20, 2011

All India SWM Toppers from 01.06.2011 to 20.06.2011

Rainfall in cm's (Min 85 cm)
  1. Sangameshwar (Maharashtra) - 134 cm
  2. Chinnakallar (Tamilnadu) - 131
  3. Piravom (Kerala) - 123
  4. Vadakara (Kerala) - 119
  5. Kollur (Karnataka) - 112
  6. Gaganbawada (Maharashtra) - 109
  7. Bhagamandala (Karnataka) - 109
  8. Agumbe (Karnataka) - 107
  9. Devala (Tamil Nadu) - 103
  10. Kottigehara (Karnataka) - 103
  11. Kanakavali (Maharashtra) - 103
  12. Siddapura Udupi (Karnataka) - 102
  13. Vythri (Kerala) - 100
  14. Sawantwadi (Maharashtra) - 99
  15. Gorkhana (Karnataka) - 97
  16. Mandangad (Maharashtra) - 94
  17. Ammathy (Karnataka) - 92
  18. Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) - 91
  19. Nilambur (Kerala) - 90
  20. Vaikom (Kerala) - 89
  21. Upper Bhavani (Tamil Nadu) - 88
  22. Gerosoppa (Karnataka) - 87
  23. Lanja (Maharashtra) - 87
  24. Karipur AP (Kerala) - 87
  25. Honovar (Karnataka) - 86
  26. Sholayar (Tamil Nadu) - 85
  27. Karwar (Karnataka) - 85
Heavy Weights - Cherrapunji, Mahabaleshwar, Bhira, Passighat, Buxa, Peermade, Shirali failed to make the cut.

Thanks for Karthik Narayan, Karthik Raghavan and Subrahmaniam for helping to maintain the list and its updation.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Monsoon may reach up to W. Uttarpradesh along with this N-W moving circulation on 24-Jun..
The present circulation over N. Chatisgarh and S. Jharkand is expected to move in a N-W direction towards Delhi...
Chennai - Yesterday evening also got some localized sharp showers... this may happen ALL thru the S-W monsoon months.
1:30pm, Some very heavy showers moving over N.Chatisgarh, S,S-W Jharkand, E. MP and E. UP ...
Chennai - Feels like 40 deg C today.. in fact touched a max of 38 deg C at 2:15pm

தென்னிந்தியாவின் சிரபுஞ்சி சின்னக்கல்லாரில் 17 நாளில் 114 செ.மீ. மழை பெய்தது

வால்பாறை: தமிழகத்திலுள்ள கோவை மாவட்டம் வால்பாறையில் உள்ள சின்னக்கல்லார் பகுதி, அதிக மழை பெய்வதால் தென்னிந்தியாவின் சிரபுஞ்சி என்று பெயர் பெற்றுள்ளது. இங்கு 17 நாளில் 114 செ.மீ. மழை பெய்துள்ளது. சின்னக்கல்லார்உள்ளடங்கிய வால்பாறையில் தென்மேற்கு பருவமழை ஜூன் & செப்டம்பர் வரையும், வடகிழக்கு பருவமழை அக்டோபர் முதல் டிசம்பர் வரையும் பெய்கிறது. இதுதவிர ஜனவரி முதல் மே வரை தொடர்ந்து அவ்வப்போது மழைபெய்கிறது. தென்மேற்கு பருவமழை முதல் மழையளவு ஆண்டுதோறும் கணக்கிடப்படுகிறது. ஜூன் முதல் தேதி முதல் தொடர்ந்து மழை பெய்து வருகிறது. நேற்று காலை வரை கடந்த 17 நாளில் 114 செ.மீ. மழை பதிவாகியுள்ளது. தினசரி சராசரியாக 6.8 செ.மீ. மழை பதிவாகியுள்ளது. ஆண்டு சராசரி மழையளவில் 4ல் ஒரு பங்கை கடந்த 17 நாளில் எட்டியுள்ளது. தற்போதைய மழை பொழிவை கணக்கிடுகையில் இந்த ஆண்டு 500 செ.மீ. அளவை மழை எட்டும் வாய்ப்புள்ளது.

பெய்யும் மழையின் பெரும்பகுதி கீழ்நீராறு அணை என்றழைக்கப்படும் சின்னக்கல்லார் அணைக்கு செல்கிறது. அங்கிருந்து சோலையார் அணைக்கு சென்று, கோவை, திருப்பூர் மாவட்டத்திற்கு நீராதாரமான பரம்பிக்குளம் ஆழியார் பாசனத்திட்டத்திற்குட்பட்ட 4 லட்சம் ஏக்கருக்கு நீராதாரமாக உள்ளது.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Chennai - has in fact touched a max. temp of 38 deg C at around 3:50pm
A break Arabian sea monsoon is expected from today till 27-Jun, some showers expected over Maharastra coast all thru these days.
As expected the Arabian sea wing of Monsoon is loosing its strength.
Chennai - During June,July always have a chance of getting a surprise shower after 4 pm. And this'll be very localized and will move fast.
As the South-west monsoon has lost its Fizz along S-W peninsula coast... Chennai may not have the evening surprise shower for another 5 days
Chennai - Having a HOT day with gusty wind from W-S-W ... temp. touched a max of 35.7 C (2:15pm)
Here's the latest on cloud activity over LOW system over Jharkand ... very heavy showers ahead in its path ..
RT @dayabati: the only thing missing today is rain... =D mysore .. (3:45pm)
N.Bay Low is now inland over Jharkand, S-W Bengal and N.Orissa .. and it's moving West ...
RT @rajugana: Baroda 10.20am, Yest , No rain after slight drizzle in the morning 37.6-27C. Now it's sunny with passing clouds from SW.
RT @bheemaupadhyaya: sunny windy at south west bangalore @weatherofindia :-D (12:50pm)
RT @Manoj_tweetz: s freezing n kodaikanal :) :) Awesome climate!!!

Upper Bhavani and Avalanchi are wetter than Devala ??

June 23, 2007
Avalanchi received a record 562 mm rain followed by Upper Bhavani 475, Emerald 280, Gudalur 145, Ketti 140, Naduvatam 140, Devala 127, Glenmorgan 92, Kundah 80 and Ooty 70.

July 18, 2009
upper bhavani - 503 mm, avalanchi - 454 mm. . emerald - 83 mm. glenmorgan - 83 mm. porthimund - 183 mm. geddai - 6 mm. pillur 5 mm. parsons valley - 131 mm.
moyar - 116 mm

August 6, 2007
Avalanchi received 312 mm of rainfall, Upper Bhavani - 175, Naduvattam - 164, Gudalur - 145, Devala - 110, Glenmorgan - 102, Kundah - 49 and Ooty - 24.

July 04, 2006
Upper Bhavani recorded 258 mm of rainfall, Devala - 110; Naduvattam - 90; Emerald - 69; Glenmorgan - 63; Kundah - 39; Gudalur - 30 and Udhagamandalam - 30.

June 2, 2011
Upper Bhavani recorded 234 mm of rainfall, Devala: 200,Avalanchi: 100, Ketti: 86, Emerald: 76, Kundah Bridge: 56, Glenmorgan: 53, Naduvattam: 48.5, Geddhai: 48, Kinnakorai: 40, Coonoor: 31, Udhagamandalam: 30.9, Burliar and Kotagiri: 23 mm each.

August 01, 2005
Upper Bhavani recorded 209 mm, Devala:200, Gudalur:141, Naduvattam:115,Glenmorgan:54 and Avalanchi:53.

July 24, 2005
Upper Bhavani recorded 156 mm; Devala - 127 mm; Avalanchi - 115 mm; Gudalur - 86 mm; Glenmorgan - 52 mm; Naduvattam - 70 mm; Emerald - 60 mm; Ketti - 26 mm and Udhagamandalam - 16 mm.

July 26, 2005
Upper Bhavani, recorded 251 mm of rain Avalanchi: 202, Emerald:91, Gudalur:91, Devala:70, Kundah:59, Glenmorgan:37, Naduvattam:36, Ketti: 34,Ooty:25 and Kinnakorai:25.

May 30, 2006
Upper Bhavani recorded 167 mm, Avalanchi:152, Devala:90, Naduvattam:86 and Gudalur:59.
Heavy showers all night over S. Bengal, Jharkand, N. Orissa ... and Very heavy rains forecast for next 48 hrs..

Friday, June 17, 2011

Two views for possible track of DD from Bay.
1. One N/NW into Nepal thru Bihar and East U.P.
2. W/NW into Chattisgarh and into M.P.
Shown with diagram and write up at
Rainfall till 8:30am of 17-Jun, some massive showers happnd over S-W coast, Orissa coast and S.Bengal ...

Monsoon update 17-Jun-2011

♦  Southwest monsoon has further advanced over remaining parts of Telangana,  Bihar, Jharkhand and
Orissa, some more parts of Chhattisgarh and some parts of Vidarbha and east Uttar Pradesh.
♦  The northern limit of  monsoon (NLM) passes  through 22.0°N/60.0°E, Porbandar, Veraval, Dahanu,
Nasik, Adilabad,  Gondia, Pendra, Varanasi, Gorakhpur and Lat. 28.0°N/ Long. 83.0°E.
♦  Conditions are favourable for further advance of southwest monsoon over some more parts of
Maharashtra, remaining parts of Chhattisgarh, some parts of east Madhya Pradesh and some more parts of
east Uttar Pradesh during next 2­3 days.
Chennai - a mini sharp shower just passed S-W suburbs.. 7pm
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 9.50am, Yest 37-28C, passing clouds from SW. Today morning slight drizzle a pic
Heavy Weights rainfall on 17th Mumbai Region

Mahabaleshwar - 20 cm
Sagameshwar - 20
Mandangad - 19
Kanakavalli - 16
Gaganbawada - 13
Lanja - 13
Bhira - 9

Sangameshwar has now tied with Piravom with 120 cm for all India topper starting from June 1

Gaganbawada 105 cm
Kanakavali has got 101

Considering that many places have got over 100 cm in just 17 days is awesome start to monsoon in western ghats. Will publish the next updated list after June 20th Rainfall. And thereafter every 10 days the list will be updated till end of the year.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Heavy and Very heavy showers forecast for Orissa, Jharkand, N. Chatisgarh and S. Bengal in another 24 hrs .. due to the N. Bay LOW moving in
Chennai - Till the South west monsoon current is ACTIVE over S. peninsula, there's always localized Sharp showers possible after 4pm !!
Showers along entire S-W coast will go down from 20-Jun till 25-Jun ... Arabian sea monsoon will take a short break !
Heavy showers today all along Karnataka coast, Kerala coast and Maharastra coast ... this will continue till 20-Jun
The present N.Bay low will move inland in W-N-W direction during next 6 days... Expected to reach over N.Madhyapradesh on 22-Jun
Today, the N. Bay become even more Marked and has slowly started to move in N-W direction..
@Rehman_Basha >> It's a localized shower, which started over S. Chennai with a radius of 5 km and it travelled East and now its over Sea
RT @ImSandeshJain: Ittsssss rainingggggggg!!!!!! velachery, chennai
Chennai - sharp showers now 4:58pm, moving into S-W suburbs of Chennai.
Chennai - Sudden sharp showers just finished over Pallavaram 4:45pm. very localized ! ...
RT @rajugana: Baroda 9.10am, Yestday 39-28C. Normal onset of SWM here is 15th June. But still no indications of rains. Its sunny & hot.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Chennai - NO showers expected for Today after this time 6:41pm!

Tweets about Kerala rain on 14-Jun-2011

minir888 @BDUTT still romancing the rain?? Kerala must must have got to you big time!!:) Havent seen We The People on NDTV , is it still on?
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 20:39:59
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anishnhislife @BDUTT Welcome mam to gods own country"if u feel romantic seeing rain on earth ter u hv 2 b here 2 feel t rain in heaven" #KERALA
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 17:27:38
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sijy Enjoying some good rains in Kerala..its so tranquil watching the rain come down, making the earth come to life .
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 14:01:21
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rajiv_nair RT @tuxerman: Sweet elusive Tamilnadu Rain God, pliss to be sprinkling forth at tambaram as well. Learn from your kerala cousin you sonofabitch.
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 13:27:36
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jasim7575 wow............ what a rain in kerala............ veryyyyyyyyyyy cooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 13:06:50
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tuxerman Sweet elusive Tamilnadu Rain God, pliss to be sprinkling forth at tambaram as well. Learn from your kerala cousin you sonofabitch.
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 13:02:00
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faizalammad come to kerala n enjoy the rain. Its heavy rain hear
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 11:44:44
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chandu4369 heavy rain in kerala............raining season in kerala
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 09:56:48
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nithin_padman Fully drenched in monsoon rain of Kerala, waiting in a village side bus stop with my pulsar still getting wet!!
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 07:58:04
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klnithin Just now travelling through TamilNadu, no rain itz very hot climate here :-P, traveled whole in Kerala by rain :-P & whts present situation!
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 07:56:02
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hashkerala RT @LazyLaad: Rain.. Rain... Rain.... :) #monsoon #kerala
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 07:55:58
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LazyLaad Rain.. Rain... Rain.... :) #monsoon #kerala
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 07:52:05
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Anuraaj2 Heavy rain in kochi,kerala
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 06:08:58
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Anuraaj2 Heavy rain kochi,kerala
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 06:08:38
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apnikhil It's the time for rain @ kerala
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 04:10:02
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hashkerala RT @ShreyaNair_: Good mornin every1.. :) have an awsm day ahead.. We r gonna play in d rain.. Coz f college #strike #kerala #monsoon
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 03:06:37
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ShreyaNair_ Good mornin every1.. :) have an awsm day ahead.. We r gonna play in d rain.. Coz f college #strike #kerala #monsoon
Tue, 14 Jun 2011 02:58:04
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