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.