2015 - India Daily Rainfall Report

Massive Rains in Kerala, the best day in their monsoon 2015 ending 8.30 am on 18.07.2015
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The off shore trough looks strong from Kerala coast to Karnataka Coast.

in mm (min 50 mm)

Vadakara  - 192
Kuttiyady - 176
Quilandy - 135
Chimoni -  119
Kannur  - 118
Irinjalakuda - 115
Vyttiri  - 98
Kozhikode - 95
Vellanikkara - 94
Taliparamba  - 94
Mattanur  - 93
Kodungallur - 92
Kunnamkulam - 90
Chalakudy - 86
Cheruthazham - 84
Ponnani - 82
Vadakkancherry - 82
Perinthalamanna - 78
Irikkur - 74
Alwaye - 73
Kochi CIAL - 70
Peermade  - 68
Kurudamannil - 68
Ottapalam - 68
Lower Sholayar - 64
Enamakkal - 62
Angadipuram - 62
Munnar - 62
Idukki - 62
Piravom  - 61
Vaikom - 60
Mancompu - 60
Kochi IAF - 59
Ernakulam South  - 58
Thodupuzha - 55
Poringal - 55
Manantoddy - 54
Neeriyamangalam - 54
Thritla - 53
Cherthala - 53
Pattembi - 52
Hosdurg  - 51
Pambla Dam - 51
Alapuzha  - 50
Idamalayar - 50
Madupattey - 50

Pre-monsoon Rain continues in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 03.06.2015

The east-west shear zone roughly along Lat. 10° N persists and now extends between 3.1 & 4.5 kms a.s.l. The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep area and neighbourhood has become less marked. However a trough of  low at mean sea level lies over Lakshadweep area and neighbourhood. It may organize into a low pressure area during next 48 hours.

in mm (30 mm)

Balla - 98
Chunchanahalli - 92
Gudageri - 91
Chennayanakote - 89
Avani - 85
Shirabadagi - 84
Bhagamandala - 82
Tippuru - 79
Magundi - 71
Thayalur - 70
Belagumba - 68
Dudda - 65
Ramasagar - 60
Ganganakote - 56
Kadthala - 56
Guttal - 56
Kadra - 55
Virajpet - 55
Shiruguppi - 54
Tilavalli - 53
Bytharahosahalli - 50
Kyasamballi - 50
Nidige - 48
Dasanapura - 46
Kanivedasarahalli - 45
Mulikar - 43
Inamhanchinal - 42
Belur - 39
Puttige - 39
Pala - 39
Suragondanahalli - 38
Bettadapura - 37
Siddapura(K) - 37
Bylanarasapura - 36
Lakshmeshwar - 36
Sulya - 36
Bhavikere - 36
Karkala  - 35
Venur - 34
Kannegala - 34
Asundi - 34
Rangenahalli - 30
Aldur - 30
Narasapura - 30
Ankasandra - 30
Kirwatti - 30
Adarangi - 30

UAC Rains continues in Andhra Pradesh, ending 8.30 am on 03.06.2015

The cyclonic circulation over west central Bay of Bengal off Andhra Pradesh coast persists and now extends between 2.1 & 3.1 kms a.s.l.

in mm (50 mm)

Garugubilli - 110
Parvathipuram - 83
Palamaner - 81
Kolamasana Palle - 78
Atmakur - 71
Bobbili - 66
Kakarapadu - 65
Yerrakotapalle - 65
Gopidinne - 65
Kolukula - 64
Thambalapalle - 62
Letapalle - 60
Padamala - 60
Gajulavaripalli - 60
Herojipuram - 58
Proddutur - 56
Pulivendla - 56
Puttaparthi - 55
Mudivedu - 55
Lakkanapalle - 54
Konnali - 52
Peddapalle - 52
Atlur - 52
Srikalahasti  - 52
Venkatarama Agraharam - 52
Kotavooru - 51
Sanipaya - 51
Nambulipulikunta - 50
Bodipadu - 50
Gurramkonda - 50
Kuppam - 50
Seethanagaram - 50


Karnataka continues to get Pre-monsoon rains, ending 8.30 am on 02.06.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep area and neighbourhood persists and now  extends between 1.5 & 5.8 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 25 mm)

Bilekallahalli - 100
Holesalu - 80
Siddaianapura - 79
Melukote - 69
Koila - 67
Bajathuru - 64
Melkote - 63
Talakadu - 62
MM Hills - 60
Kollegal - 60
Hindisigere - 57
B.Valagerehalli - 54
Kikkeri - 54
Arakere - 50
Chikkamagaluru - 48
Krishnarajapet - 47
Kadawada - 46
Seelunare - 44
Akkur Hosahalli - 42
Dodda Kowalande - 41
Yelandur - 41
Kunigal  - 40
Sanivar Santhe - 38
N.G.Hulkur - 32
Tirumakudalu Narasipura - 31
Malavally - 28
Begur - 26
Kailancha - 26
Malavalli  - 26
Dammaningala - 25
Honakere - 25
Mirle - 25
Kodihally - 25
Chandrashekarapura - 25
Ramasagar - 25

Cherra's Mindblowing start continues, Meghalaya Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 02.06.2015

A north south trough runs from Bhutan to north Odisha across west Assam, Bangladesh and Gangetic West Bengal extends upto 1.5 km above mean sea level .

in mm


Cherrapunji  - 181
Cherrapunji RKM - 124
Williamnagar - 90
Mawkyrhat - 47
Baghmara - 30
Jowai - 18
Nongostion  - 14
Rongara - 8
Shillong - 5


Andhra continues to get rain from the UAC, Tamil Nadu Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 02.06.2015

The cyclonic circulation over west central and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal off south Andhra Pradesh coast now lies over west central Bay of Bengal off Andhra Pradesh coast and extends between 3.1 & 5 8 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Tatapudi - 90
Machilipattinam - 54
Muggaulla - 50
Ethakota - 48
Torredu  - 45
Mogalthur - 45
Nuzvid - 42
Bheemavaram - 36
Undi  - 36
Yelamanchili - 31
Palakoderu - 30
Palacole - 29
Kangundi - 29
P Gannavaram - 28
Meerjapuram  - 28
Kothapeta - 27
Agiripalle - 27
Bantumilli - 27
Gollavanitippa - 26
Narasapuram - 25
Settigunta - 24
Madicherla - 23
Atreyapuram - 21
Yerragondapalem - 20
Rayavaram - 20
Kalumala Doddi - 20
Muramanda - 20
Kuppam - 20
Venkatarama Agraharam - 20
Vijyawada AP - 20
Tanuku - 20
Tiruvuru - 20
Tadepalligudem - 20





Karnataka gets blasting Pre-monsoon rains, ending 8.30 am on 01.06.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over southwest Bay of Bengal off north Tamilnadu coast now lies over west central and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal off south Andhra Pradesh coast between 2.1 km to 3.6 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 50 mm)

Bagur - 134
Duddamagge - 132
Tippuru - 122
Khotanatti - 111
Telsang - 87
Koratagere - 85
Shantigrama - 83
Agrahara - 82
Bidarahalli - 77
Harihara Pallatadka - 76
Dastikoppa- 73
Kodlipet - 72
Kumthe - 71
Gote - 71
Sankigatta - 70
Hunasaghatta - 70
Kalghatgi - 70
Kyasinakere - 70
Satti - 69
Kalinganahalli - 65
Hosur - 64
Hebbal - 64
Subramanya - 62
Chelur - 60
Gadiganuru - 59
Antur - 59
Tavarekere - 59
Sydarakallahalli - 56
Chikkatirupathi - 56
Marthahally - 56
Udayapura - 56
Nelahal - 53
Sukravarsanthe - 53
Huggiyam - 51
Khanapur - 50
GKVK Bangalore - 50
Murgod - 50
Badami - 50
Sankeshwar - 50
Hosakote - 50
Goudanbhavi - 50



Cherra the king gets over 500 mm rainfall in 24 hrs, Assam and Meghalaya Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 01.06.2015

A trough on sea level chart extends from the east Uttar Pradesh to NMMT across Bihar, central parts of West Bengal and Bihar
in  mm

Meghalaya

Cherrapunji RKM - 558
Cherrapunji - 542
Williamnagar - 110
Mawkyrwat - 92
Jowai - 48
Nongostion - 40

Assam

Kokrajar - 170
Goalpara - 163
Chouldhowaghat - 148
Manas - 130
Dhupdhara - 123
Gossaigaon - 115
Kajigaon - 112
Bahalpur - 112
Dhubri - 104
Tikrikilla - 100
Dhemaji - 99
AIE NH xing - 97
Tinsukia - 90
Panbari - 69
Beki Road Bridge - 69
Dibrugarh - 53
Pagladiya - 51
Nalbari - 50
Dholai - 50
Dholabazar - 50
Mushalpur - 50



Wettest Day of year in Dooars, West Bengal and Sikkim Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 01.06.2015

A trough on sea level chart extends from the east Uttar Pradesh to NMMT across Bihar, central parts of West Bengal and Bihar. Sankalan after getting 142 mm yesterday records 190 mm.               

in mm (min 70 mm)

West Bengal

CoochBehar - 181
Barobhisha - 176
Falakata ­ 140
Chepan ­ 127
Alipurduar ­ 126
Kumargram ­ 80
Rongo - 74
Mathabhanga ­ 74

Sikkim

Sankalan - 190
Mangan - 190
Chungthang - 87



Vaikom gets cloudburst and Kerala continues to get pre-monsoon rains, ending 8.30 am on 01.06.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over southwest Bay of Bengal off north Tamilnadu coast now lies over west central and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal off south Andhra Pradesh coast between 2.1 km to 3.6 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Vaikom - 190
Kozha - 42
Kochi AP - 39
Piravom - 36
Kottayam - 31
Ernakulam South - 29 
Kodungallur - 25
Kollengode - 24
Thiruvananthapuram Airport - 19 
Nedumangad - 18
Thiruvananthapuram City - 15 
Hosdurg - 14 
Haripad - 13
Mannarkad - 12
Cherthala - 12 
Mavelikkara - 10
Kumarakom - 10
Taliparamba - 10
CIAL Kochi - 10
Enamackel - 10
Punalur - 10




UAC gives much needed break from heat in Andhra Pradesh, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 01.06.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over southwest Bay of Bengal off north Tamilnadu coast now lies over west central and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal off south Andhra Pradesh coast between 2.1 km to 3.6 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Kolukula - 75
Settur - 62
Kunurpi - 60
Kondakamarla - 56
Brahmasamudram - 50
Talupula - 49
Raptadu - 48
Morubagal - 44
Nagireddipally - 44
Gadela - 43
Nallamada - 43
Tirupathi - 43
Marur - 39
Gudur - 39
Amadagur - 39
Anantpur - 38
Jammalamadugu - 37
Nuthimadugu - 37
Obuladevaracheruvu - 37
Halvi - 36
Gooty - 36
Chandragiri - 36
Bathapelle - 34
Thimmapur - 33
Ganekal - 32
Venkatagiri Kota - 32
Kambadur - 32
Pulagampalle - 32
Sidhout - 31
Kalyandurg - 31
Gundlakunta - 31
Pullampeta - 30
Kadiri - 30
Pennu Konda - 30
Battuvanipalli - 30
Gajulavaripalli - 30
Korlakunta - 30
Dharmavaram - 30




Cherrapunji and Assam heavy rain continues, Meghalaya and Assam Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 31.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Chattisgarh and adjoining Odisha now extends up to 1.5 km above sea level

Meghalaya

in mm (min 15 mm)

Cherrapunji RKM - 130
Cherrapunji - 121
Mawkyrwat - 89
Tikrikilla - 60
Shella - 50
Jowai - 44
Williamnagar - 22
Nongostion - 22
Shillong - 19
Baghmara - 15

Assam

in mm (min 30 mm)

Nalbari - 140
Pagladiya - 138
Dhubdhara - 115
Goalpara C - 96
Rangia - 87
Beki Road Bridge - 79
Puthimari - 78
Aie NH Xing - 76
Kokrajar - 75
Goalpara - 71
Bahalpur - 67
Manas - 65
Gossaigaon - 64
Mushalpur - 61
Barpeta - 59
Karimganj - 51
Lumding - 49
North Lakhimpur - 48
Dehmaji - 40
Panbari - 39
Mazbat - 35
Dharamtul - 34
Chouldhowaghat - 34
Badarpurghat - 31
Maranhat - 30
Haflong - 30

Dooars Rains continue to get heavier, West Bengal Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 31.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Chattisgarh and adjoining Odisha now extends up to 1.5 km above sea level

in mm (min 10 mm)

Sankalan ­ 142
Rongo ­ 115
Barobhisha ­ 90
Chepan - 79
Kumargram­6;
Domohani -47
Falakata - 40
Alipurduar ­ 40
Mahua - 32
Buxaduar - 30
Jalpaiguri - 30
Hasimara - 26
NH 31 - 24
Sonamukhi - 22
Diana ­ 21
Darjeeling - 17
Cooch Behar - 16
Bagrakote,
Nagrakata - 14
Murti - 13
Mathbanga - 11
Champasari - 10
Panagarh - 10



Andhra gets rain from the UAC, ending 8.30 am on 30.05.2015

The east-west shear zone between 3.1 & 5.8 kms a.s.l. roughly along Lat. 9° N persists. A cyclonic circulation extending between 1.5 & 2.1 kms a.s.l. lies over southwest Bay of Bengal off north Tamil Nadu coast.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Kuppam - 79
Thogarakunta - 73
Ventagiri Kota - 72
Ramagiri - 58
Kanekal - 56
Thumukunta - 54
Ragimanipenta - 49
Chalakur - 48
Pallepalli - 43
Udayagudam - 42
Rekulakunta - 41
Anantapur - 40
Thimmapur - 39
Vaddepalli - 36
Chilmathur - 36
Sanapa - 35
Gmadugula - 35
Rayadurg - 34
Kalyandurg - 33
Pennukonda - 33
Palamaner - 33
Bommanahal - 33
Raptadu - 32
Aragonda - 31
Atmakur - 31
Tungundram - 31
Simhadripuram - 30
Brahamaduram - 30
Settur - 30
Ramapuram - 30
Dharamavram - 30
Suddala Kuppam - 30
Kunurpi - 30
Nambulipulikunta - 30


Cherrapunji continues to clock 100 mm, Rainfall in Meghlaya and Assam ending 8.30 am on 30.05.2015

Upper air cyclonic circulation over Chattisgarh and adjoining Odisha extending up to 0.9 km above sea level persists.

Meghalaya

(in mm min 10 mm)

Cherrapunji - 112
Nongstoin - 66
Mawkyrwat - 48
Williamnagar - 23
Shillong - 13

Assam

(in mm min 30 mm)

Goalpara - 108
Karimganj - 100
Bahalpur - 85
Manas NH Crossing - 83
Kokrajhar - 76
Panbari - 70
Kajigoan - 67
Gossaigaon - 66
Pathuraghat - 63
Badarpurghat - 54
Mushalpur - 52
Rangia - 50
BP Ghat - 50
Beki Road Bridge - 31
Mathanguri - 30
Barpeta - 30
Beki Mathanguri - 30




1st 200 mm rainfall in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 30.05.2015

The east-west shear zone between 3.1 & 5.8 kms a.s.l. roughly along Lat. 9° N persists. A cyclonic circulation extending between 1.5 & 2.1 kms a.s.l. lies over southwest Bay of Bengal off north Tamil Nadu coast. Over 500 stations recorded over 10 mm. Hence, cut-off is kept at 60 mm.

in mm (min 60 mm)

Chickjajur - 222
Hireguntanur - 152
Ira - 49
Sogi - 127
Kallenahalli - 125
Kumbashi - 118
Bagali - 108
Manakikere - 104
Shivani - 100
Santhebennur - 99
Kachigatta - 96
Hireguntanur - 95
Nonavinakere - 90
Bahaddurbandi - 85
Balekoppa - 84
Shedbal - 84
Sakarayapatna - 82
Ramgiri - 80
Susgadi - 78
Chikkakuravatti - 77
Angondahalli - 76
Attigundi - 76
Thayalur - 75
Kunagalli - 74
Dandinasivar - 73
Ajekar - 73
Huniseghatta - 73
Bhatkal - 72
Tondikatti - 71
Ranibennur - 70
Turuvekere - 69
Kumsi - 69
Chitradurga - 68
Banavara - 68
Ganjala - 66
Shivamogga - 65
Hadagali - 64
Bharamsagara - 63
Hosadurga - 63
Ganaguru - 63
Adur - 62
Tungani - 61
Kanakura - 61
Bukkambudi - 61
Kota - 61
Hariharapura - 60
Anandur - 60
Tumkur - 60
Krishnarajanagar - 60
Anaji - 60


Dooars continue to rock, West Bengal Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 30.05.2015

Upper air cyclonic circulation over Chattisgarh and adjoining Odisha extending up to 0.9 km above sea level persists.

in mm (10 mm)

Gazoldoba - 83
Sankalan - 50
Damohani - 49
Jalpaiguri - 41
Rongo - 40
Kalimpong - 23
Malda - 23
Chopra - 22
Bagrakote - 20
Kumargram - 20
Neora - 17
Champasari - 17
Barabisha - 15
Murti - 11
Chepan - 10
Nagrakata - 10
Sevoke - 10
Pedong - 10
Sekhampore - 10
Malbazar - 10
Coochbehar - 10

Heavy Rains in Meghalaya and Assam Continues, ending 8.30 am on 29.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over East Bihar and adjoining Sub Himalayan West Bengal extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level became less marked. However an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over east Uttar Pradesh and neighbourhood extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level.

Meghalaya

(min 10 mm)

Cherrapunji  RKM - 190
Cherrapunji - 152
Mawsynram - 61
Mawkyrwat - 27
Baghmara - 13
Williamnagar - 13
Jowai - 10
Nongostin - 10
Shella - 10

Assam

(min 40 mm)

Mushalpur - 117
Numaligarh - 103
Pagladiya NT Road Crossing - 94
Bihupuria - 91
Nalbari - 90
Manas NH Crossing - 80
Jorhat - 80
Rangia - 78
Barpeta - 70
Kajalgaon - 70
Beki Road Bridge - 70
Karimganj - 69
Mathanguri - 63
Panbari - 63
Beki Mathanguri - 60
Patharughat - 54
AIE NH Xing - 54
Chenimari  - 52
Matunga - 51
Maranhat - 50
Chouldhowaghat - 47
Teok - 46
DRF - 45
Badarpurghat - 45
North Lakhimpur - 44
Naharkatia - 43
Dhemaji - 43
Morang -43
Tezpur - 40
Goalpara - 40


Dooars in West Bengal gets heavy rains, ending 8.30 am 29.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over East Bihar and adjoining Sub Himalayan West Bengal extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level became less marked. However an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over east Uttar Pradesh and neighbourhood extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Sevoke - 109
Neora - 79
Malbazar - 73
Murti - 62
Falakata - 60
Rongo - 50
Jaldhaka NH-31 - 43
Barabisha - 37
Balurghat - 32
Nagrakata - 30
Buxaduar - 20
Chepan - 17
Alipurduar - 16
Champasari - 14
Hasimara - 10
Jalpaiguri - 10



Its not monsoon rains in Kerala, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 28.05.2015

The east-west shear zone now extends between 3.1 & 5.8 kms a.s.l. roughly along Lat. 9° N.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kozha - 75
Vaikom - 62
Kollengode - 58
Mancompu - 49
Kottayam - 43
Chittur - 42
Piravom - 39
Ottappalam - 39
Thrithala - 36
Irinjalakuda - 28
Perinthalmanna - 26
Perumbavur - 26
Idamalayar - 25
Nilambur - 24
Alathur - 23
Pattambi -  16
Palakkad - 15
Vynthala - 12
Angadippuram - 11
Mattanur - 10
Kodungallur - 10
Kunnamkulam - 10
Chimoni - 10
Vellanikkara - 10
Kochi AP - 10
Kanjirappally - 10




Karnataka gets rain after a week break, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 28.05.2015

The east-west shear zone now extends between 3.1 & 5.8 kms a.s.l. roughly along Lat. 9° N. Rayalseema got most of the heavy rains.

in mm (min 35 mm)

Kanasavadi - 90
Nidugurthi - 90
Bandri - 90
Jyothigowdanapura - 88
Doddaalahalli - 86
Mittemari - 82
Channadevi Agrahara - 77
Haliyuru - 74
Gundal - 65
Poorigali - 63
Sadali - 62
Gudibande - 56
Ramanagara - 54
Tavarekere - 53
J.Timmasandra - 52
Kencharahalli - 50
Dotihal - 48
Haradanahally - 48
Kagalavadi - 47
Hesaraghatta - 46
Devaramarikunte - 45
Thimmannanayakanakote - 45
Suvarnavathi - 45
T.Narasipur - 44
Sugutur - 44
Roonour - 44
Sunnal - 44
Nelamangala - 44
Chickkaballapur - 42
Doddaballapur - 38
Kotabagi - 37
Halagur - 37
Chintamani - 37
Belagere - 36
Chelur - 36
Rayalpad - 36
Mamdapur - 35
Belavanki - 35
Talakadu - 35
Kechhenahalli - 35
Hosakere - 35
Katkol - 35
VatadaHosahalli - 35



Andhra gets relief from heat and rains after 10 days break, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 28.05.2015

The east-west shear zone now extends between 3.1 & 5.8 kms a.s.l. roughly along Lat. 9° N. Rayalseema got most of the heavy rains.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Gorantla - 98
Nallamada - 72
Kondakamarla - 71
Udayagudam - 64
Atmakur - 63
Amadagur - 61
Chilamathur - 57
Malakavemula - 53
Kandukuru - 49
Hemavathi - 46
Obuladevaracheruvu - 45
Lepakshi - 43
Morubagal - 41
Gotur - 39
Nagarimadugu - 37
Pulagampalle - 37
Chalakur - 36
Rayadurg - 35
Mulakalacheruvu - 34
Kagithi - 33
Sangam - 32
Kanduru - 32
Reddigunta - 32
Tanakal - 30
Valasapalle - 30
Chinnathippa Samudram - 30
Munagapaka - 30
Chittoor - 30
Arogyavaram - 30


Panbari continues to post 100 mm rainfall, Assam and Meghalaya Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 27.05.2015

The trough extending between 1.5  & 2.1 kms a.s.l. from Bihar to coastal Odisha across Gangetic West Ben gal persists.

Assam

Panbari - 109
Nazira - 51
Badarpurghat - 37
Dhubri - 37
Haflong - 30
Tikrikilla - 30
Harinagar - 27
Jia-Bharali - 20
Kajigoan - 20
Rangia - 20
Maranhat - 20
North Lakhimpur - 18
Kampur - 17
Gossaigaon - 17
Dhupdhara - 17
Goalpara - 16
Amraghat - 16
Karimganj - 16
Annapurnaghat - 16
Dholai - 15
Gharmura - 15
Matunga - 15
Matijuri - 15
Manas N H Crossing - 15


Meghalaya

Cherrapunji - 85
Williamnagar - 70
Cherrapunji RKM - 60
Shella - 50
Baghmara - 45
Mawkyrwat - 30
Nongostin - 18
Shillong - 11
Ribhoi - 10
Jowai - 10




Cherrapunji in Meghalaya & Panbari in Assam continue to put 100 mm rainfall with ease, ending 8.30 am on 26.05.2015

The upper air trough from Sub Himalayan west Bengal extending upto 1.5 km asl has become less marked

(min 20 mm)

Meghalaya

Cherrapunji - 147
Cherrapunji RKM - 117
Williamnagar - 100
Baghmara - 59
Nongstoin - 55
Barapani - 40
Mawkyrwat - 40
Ribhoi - 28
Jowai - 23

Assam

Panbari - 113
Dhubri - 49
Manas NH Crossing - 48
Pagladiya NT Crossing - 34
Goalpara - 34
Nalbari  - 30
Beki Mathanguri - 30
Rangia - 29
Mathanguri - 27
Kokrajhar - 26
Dharamtul - 26
Tezpur - 24
Dhupdhara - 23
Aie NH Xing - 21
Majbat - 20
Tangla - 20
Mushalpur - 20
Guwahati - 20
Patharughat - 20
Dhekiajuli - 20

Massive Rains in Assam, Arunachal and Meghalaya, ending 8.30 am on 24.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and neighbourhood now lies over Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and adjoining Eastern parts of Bihar and extends up to 1.5 km asl.

Meghalaya

(min 10 mm)

Cherrapunji RKM - 151
Cherrapunji - 106
Baghmara - 38
Basar -  24
Rongara - 13
Nongostin - 13
Williamnagar - 12

Assam

(min 25 mm)

Panbari - 150
Haflong - 60
Amarpur - 60
Harinagar - 57
Badarpurghat - 51
Mushalpur - 51
Matunga - 50
Dibrugarh AP - 46
Tezpur - 45
Dholai - 44
Silchar - 42
Chenimari - 41
Dhollabazar - 40
Dhemaji - 40
Mathanguri - 40
Moran - 40
Beki-Mathanguri - 40
Tinsukia - 39
Morang - 39
Annapurnaghat - 39
Karimganj - 38
AP Ghat - 38
Rangia - 36
Amraghat - 36
Maranhat - 36
Bahalpur - 32
Dillighat - 32
Naharkatia - 30
Kakopather -29
Naharkatia - 28
Kajigoan - 27
Dhekiajuli - 27
Goalpara - 26
Mazbat - 25
Chouldhowaghat - 25

Arunachal

(min 10 mm)

Arzoo - 126
Passighat - 89
Etalin - 85
Passighat - 82
Khupa - 82
Tezu - 48
Yupia - 42
Wakro - 41
Itanagar - 39
Tuting - 38
Bordmusa - 21
Geku - 19
Bhalukpong - 12
Kibithu - 10
Seppa - 10

Non Stop Rains in Karnataka, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 20.05.2015

An east west shear zone between 1.5 & 3.6 kms a.s.l. extends roughly along Lat 10° N across south Peninsula.

in mm (min 25 mm)

Madikehalli - 80
Kallahalli - 79
Kuduru - 68
Shreenivasapura - 66
Shettihalli - 62
Doddaganjur - 58
Manchanbele - 55
Ramohalli - 54
Jerabandi - 53
Pulgurkote - 50
Bindiganavole - 46
Guddehosuru - 43
Guddehosuru - 43
K.M.Doddi - 40
Yelawala - 39
Bengaluru City - 39
Hulukunte - 38
Ramasagar - 38
Bilikere - 37
Doddakadanur - 34
Tatanahalli - 34
Malavally - 33
Masti - 32
Roonour - 32
Kyasamballi - 32
Nelamangala - 31
Tavarekere - 30
Mudabalu - 30
Magadi - 28
Srinivaspura - 28
Hallimysore - 27
Narasapura - 26
Kikkeri - 26
Maddur - 26
Chikkayalur - 25
Kaiwara - 25
Pandavapura - 25


Kerala continues to get very heavy rains before monsoon, ending 8.30 am on 20.05.2015

The shear zone now runs along Lat.11.0°N between 3.6 & 5.8 km above mean sea level

in mm (min 15 mm)

Kayamkulam Agri - 106
Thenmala - 87
Punalur - 75
Cherthala - 62
Aryankavu - 56
Trivandrum AP - 47
Kollam - 47
Vaikom - 46
Thodupuzha - 46
Varkala - 44
Alappuzha - 44
Peringamala - 42
Nedumangad - 41
Trivandrum - 41
Kayamkulam - 35
Mancompu - 34
Angadippuram - 34
Kozha - 26
Neyyattinkara - 22
Piravom - 19
Neeriyamangalam - 17
Mankara - 17
Haripad - 15

Kerala's surplus season conitnues, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 19.05.2015

An east west shear zone between 1.5 & 3.6 kms a.s.l. extends roughly along Lat 10° N across south Peninsula.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Pambla - 98
Neeriyamangalam - 63
Thodupuzha - 46
Myladumpara - 30
Mancompu - 26
Chengannur - 26
Kottayam - 25
Munnar - 25
Mannarkad - 23
Peermade - 22
Ponmudi - 17
Mattanur - 17
Perumbavur - 16
Konni - 15
Idukki - 15
Kannur - 13
Kuppady- 12
Madupattey - 11
Hosdurg - 10
Kayamkulam - 10
Varkala - 10

Karnataka continues to get its quota without UAC in Lakshadweep, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 19.05.2015

An east west shear zone between 1.5 & 3.6 kms a.s.l. extends roughly along Lat 10° N across south Peninsula.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Kaliaya - 85
Mundwad - 73
Aldur - 68
Belagatta - 60
Sullia - 59
Undiganaalu - 54
Belve - 54
Doddur - 52
Barakanalu - 43
Kokkanur - 43
Bukkambudi - 42
Javagal - 42
Hiremaralihallii - 40
Kottigehara - 40
Venoor - 39
Kandegala - 38
Nonaburu - 37
Puttur - 37
Mudigere - 36
Sakaleshpur - 36
Mudabidri - 36
Huliyur - 35
Ikkanur - 35
Arasikere - 33
Baasuru - 32
Kolaganhalli - 32
Kalasa - 31
Barur - 31
Arehalli - 31
Hirebylu - 30
Harle - 30
Aralasurali - 30
Kalasapura - 30
Eswaragere - 30
Banavara - 30
Hariharapura - 30
Ardi - 30
Dabbaedka - 30
Arkalgud - 30


Historic Pre-monsoon rains continue in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 18.05.2015

A trough of low at mean sea level lies over Lakshadweep area.

in mm (min 40 mm)

Huggiyam - 107
Channarayapatna - 101
Tittamaranahalli - 96
Shivanasamudra - 89
Dhanagalli - 82
Marthahally - 68
Arakere - 68
Nagamangala - 67
Boodigere - 64
Ilanthila - 63
Hasuvanahally - 61
Jangamakote - 60
Srirangapatna  - 59
Ganjigunte - 55
Talakadu - 54
Mutthanalluru - 53
Dodda Kowalande - 53
Malemahadeshwara Hills - 51
K.M.Doddi - 50
Pulgurkote - 50
Mysore - 48
Abbenahalli - 48
Balavanerala - 47
Venoor - 47
KR Sagara - 47
Biligere - 46
Mysore - 46
Janawad - 45
Malavally - 45
Mudigere - 43
Yelandur - 41
Mani - 40
Hosur - 40
Shirur - 40
Dummenahalli - 40
Induvalli - 40
Doddamaralawadi - 40
Halagur - 40
Maripalla - 40
Rayalpad - 40

Kerala gets battered again with heavy rains, ending 8.30 am on 18.05.2015

A trough of low at mean sea level lies over Lakshadweep area.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Mannarkad - 122
Manjeri - 118
Trivandrum  - 97
Varkala - 96
Trivandrum AP - 92
Neyyattinkara - 69
Vadakara - 63
Nedumangad - 62
Idukki - 49
Kuttiyady - 39
Peermade - 38
Idamalayar - 37
Kanjirappally - 35
Lower Sholayar -32
Ambalavayal - 28
Palakkad - 26
Nedumangad - 25
Chittur - 24
Chengannur - 23
Konni - 22
Karipur AP - 22
Parambikulam - 21
Aryankavu - 20
Kochi AP - 20
Kuppady - 20



Its turn of Bangalore Suburbs to get Battered, Karnataka Rainfall ending 8.30 am 17.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala coast extending upto 3.1 km above mean sea level persists.

in mm (min 50 mm)

Dasudi - 122
Duddamagge - 117
Kumaraswamy Layout - 109
Malur - 101
Doddamaragowdanahalli - 94
Hospete - 94
Jayapura (M) - 93
Araleri - 93
Kirugooru - 92
Halkurke - 90
T.M.Hosooru - 89
VatadaHosahalli - 86
Sowlanga - 82
Hosanagar - 80
Vagata - 79
Nelahal - 78
Doddamagaravalli - 75
Bomlapura - 75
Nagalamadike - 70
Aldur - 69
Karkala - 69
Kabini - 67
Sanivar Santhe - 67
Bangalore City - 66
Kainadu - 62
Masuru - 60
Kabbala - 59
K.Shettihalli  - 59
Koppa - 56
Jagalbet - 56
Nanjangud - 56
Kolaganhalli - 54
Siddapura (K) - 53
Gauribidanur - 52
Gundulpet - 51
Harsikatte - 50
Ponnampet - 50
Bantwal  - 50
Sringeri - 50
Kundana - 50
Gundlupet - 50
Yattinahallimk - 50

Dooars in West Bengal, the Western Ghats of Bengal gets battered, West Bengal Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 17.05.2015

The upper air trough from Sub­ Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim to Odisha now runs from Sub­ Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim and adjoining Bihar to south Chattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha extending between 1.5 km and 2.1km above sea level.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Falakata - 181
Rongo - 135
Krishnanagar - 89
Diana ­ 74
Nagrakata - 68
Murti - 60
NH­31 - 60
Hasimara ­ 62
Mahua - 56
Domohoni - 54
Burdwan - 54
Mathabhanga ­53
Uluberi - 50
Jalpaiguri - 47
Sekahampore - 44
Alipore - 43
Buxaduar ­ 40 
Champasari ­ 35
Mdinapore - 34
Alipurduar -32
Bagrakote  30
Coochbehar - 28
Katwa - 26
Sevoke - 20
Gazoldoba - 20
Bagdogra - 20
Chepan - 20
Malbazar - 20
Barobhisa ­ 20

Andhra gets heavy rain for 2nd day, ending 8.30 am 17.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala coast extending upto 3.1 km above mean sea level persists.

in mm (min 45 mm)

Amalapuram - 98
Allavaram - 90
Gokavaram - 84
Tiruvuru - 78
Mogalthur - 78
Injaram    75
Bendamurulanka - 72
Therlam - 70
Polavaram - 70
Avanigada - 65
Srungavarapukota - 64
Chandarlapadu - 61
Lepakshi - 59
Mummidivaram - 59
Bheemavaram - 58
Chebrolu - 57
Yelamanchili - 56
Badvel - 56
Agali - 55
Katrenikona - 53
Sakhinetipalle - 52
Krishnavaram - 52
Rolla - 50
Sivala - 50
Pattiseema - 47
Isukapalle - 47
Kakarapadu - 46
Chalakur - 46
Duvva - 45
Cheepurupalle - 45
Ramagiri - 45

Trivandrum gets battered, Kerala Rainfall ending 8.30 am 17.05.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala coast extending upto 3.1 km above mean sea level persists.

in mm (min 25 mm)

Trivandrum AP - 142
Trivandrum - 98
Vaikom - 60
Kollam - 58
Palakkad - 57
Neyyattinkara - 56
Quilandy - 55
Perinthalmanna - 55
Varkala - 53
Nedumangad - 53
Maduppattey - 51
Punalur - 49
Chimoni - 45
Angadippuram - 40
Vadakara - 40
Perinagmala - 39
Mavelikkara - 35
Enamackel - 30
Kayamkulam - 30
Thenmala - 30
Mannarkad - 25
Manjeri - 25
Kurudamannil - 25
Parambikulam - 25
Alathur - 25
Kollengode - 25
Kozhikode - 25
Mattanur - 25
Tavanur - 25

Telangana joins the party, Rainfall ending 8.30 am 16.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast persists and extends upto 3.6 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Chennaraopet - 72
Khanapur - 68
Dichpalle - 63
Kerameri - 62
Kapulakanaparthy - 62
Medak - 61
Pargi - 61
Thangula - 57
Gandhari - 55
Narsampet - 52
Lingalaghanpur - 52
Aswapuram - 49
Kollapur - 49
Sirpur - 47
Doma - 46
Thimmaraopeta - 46
Bharampur - 46
Mangalparthy - 45
Shivanooru - 45
Madnur - 40
Nizam Sagar - 40
Manoharbad - 38
Kothagudem - 36
Gannaram  - 35
Urkonda - 35
Gundala - 34
Kalher - 34
Jangaon - 34
Inole - 32
Adilabad - 32
Kathlapur - 31
Gopalpeta - 30
Kothapet - 30
Sangem - 30
Medapalle - 30
Ghanpur - 30
Sultanabad - 30
Pegadapalle - 30
Siddipet - 30
Wanaparthy - 30

Its the turn of Andhra Pradesh to get Heavy Rains, ending 8.30 am 16.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast persists and extends upto 3.6 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Tenali - 100
Atmakur - 93
Sangam - 84
Deebaguntla - 74
Halaharvi - 68
Jonnagiri - 59
Bommanahal - 58
Gorantla - 48
Irugulam - 47
Atmakur    - 46
Bhudawarapupeta - 45
Guntakal - 43
Atmakur - 43
Yerraguntla - 43
Tuggali - 43
Kurnool     - 42
Ellutla - 41
Sattenapalle - 38
Holagunda - 38
Ojili - 38
Kammarachedu - 37
Gudur - 37
Lepakshi - 35
Kondakamarla - 35
Hindupur - 35
Santhamaguluru - 35
Dibbanakal - 35
Adurupalli - 35
Kalyandrug - 35
Yellarthy - 35
Ganekal - 34
Chanti Bridge - 33
Alur - 30
Gonegandla - 30
Gudur - 30
Pedda Bodhanam - 30
Marutla - 30
Pulagampalle - 30

Maharashtra gets battered again from Unseasonal Rains, ending 8.30 am 16.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast persists and extends upto 3.6 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Lamaj - 96
Wanadongari - 88
Gadchiroli - 72
Bramhapuri - 62
Chimur - 60
Ahupe - 53
Malewada - 50
Jalkot - 45
Deglur - 45
Wairagad - 44
Khanapur - 41
Walvan - 40
Kargaon - 37
Pisewadtha - 34
Wadgaon - 32
Mahalgaon - 32
Nagpur AP - 32
Sitabardi - 32
Pardi - 32
Hudkeshwar - 30
Brahamani - 30
Bhiwapur - 30
Hingana - 30
Dhanora - 30
Karajagi - 27
Nigade - 27
Tadwal - 26
Savale - 26
Maindargi - 26
Padloshi - 26
Porla - 25
Korchi - 24
Bhimashankar - 22
Takali - 22
Akkalkot - 22
Ambeghar - 22
Dasave - 21
Wagdari - 21
Anewadi - 20
Purada - 20
Chatgaon - 20
Adegaon - 20
Bhira - 20
Mahad - 20
Wai - 20

Heaviest Rains of the year in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am 16.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast persists and extends upto 3.6 kms a.s.l. The rains were so widespread and the list very long, hence the cut-off is kept at 50 mm.

in mm (min 50 mm)

Navile - 142
Madadhakeri - 132
Basarakodu - 128
Anaberu - 111
Masavanaghatta - 105
Miyaru - 97
Neriya - 95
Balganur - 94
Marithotlu - 83
Channadevi Agrahara - 78
Ardi - 73
Mandikal - 72
Nuggehalli - 70
Kukkala - 69
Mayakonda - 68
Moka - 65
Mudenur - 65
Gonibeedu - 64
Dhanagalli - 62
Kadagadalu - 61
Hosadurga - 60
Santemarahalli - 60
Yelawala - 59
Mysore - 57
Virupakshipura - 56
Kurikuppa - 56
Gangasandra - 53
Mudabidri - 53
Sirchand - 53
Honnali - 52
Dudda - 52
Halekote - 52
Aldur - 52
Hanbal - 51
Mani - 50
Gandsi - 50
Shivani  - 50
Belthangadi - 50
Hardarvati - 50

No sign of UAC rains stopping in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am 15.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast persists and extends upto 3.6 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Mardhala - 75
Yedamangala - 72
Kadaba - 66
Narvepete - 50
Devamachi - 50
Heggadadevanakote - 50
Mundkuru - 49
Koila - 49
Hanbal - 46
Virajpet - 45
Puttur - 38
Talwad - 36
Harle - 35
Kuppepadavu - 35
Bhalki - 32
Betageri - 31
Urubage - 30
Hura - 30
Hosagavi - 30
Siddapura(K) - 30
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Terakanambi - 30
Hosakere - 29
Ponnampet - 26
Napoklu - 25
Chikkati - 25
Galibeedu - 25
Kuruchu - 25
Arehalli - 25
Uppinangady - 24
Udupi - 23
Srimangala - 23
Kukkala - 21
Kokkada  - 20
Gokak - 20

Pune breaks All time 24hrs May rainfall record, Maharashtra Rainfall ending 8.30 am 14.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 5.8 kms a.s.l. over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast. Pune city broke his all time record for wettest day in May in 24 hrs by recording 103 mm.

in mm (min 25 mm)

Pune Pashan - 120
Pune City - 103
Pune Cagmo - 100
Chakan - 61
Mukhed - 55
Yerwada - 55
Samsherpur - 52
Pune AP - 50
Pirangut - 49
Pune Lavale - 48
Koregaon - 48
Bhutonde - 46
Kadus - 44
Moha - 43
Nagbhir - 40
Pisewadtha - 37
Khadkwasla - 36
Borad - 35
Kalmb - 34
Waki - 33
Satara - 31
Rajgurunagar - 31
Khed - 31
Thoseghar - 29
Savada - 28
Akole - 28
Bhosari - 28
Pratappur - 27
Arangaon - 27
Undirgaon - 27
Welu - 27
Hnumant - 27
Tathwade - 26
Pune Chinchwad - 25
Nandurbar - 25
Taloda - 25
Chimbhla - 25
Shibalapur - 25
Jahur - 25
Rajugurunagar - 25
Yeotmal - 25
Sandvali - 25
Ghodegaon - 24


UAC contiues to give heavy Rains to Karnataka, ending 8.30 am 14.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 5.8 kms a.s.l. over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast. 300 stations reported rainfall above 10 mm. Hence, cutoff is kept at 30 mm. The rains were heavy on Shimoga district.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Hosanagar - 110
Baad - 105
Karwar - 97
Paduvari - 71
Honavar - 66
Sooleripaalya - 56
Hosadurga - 54
Bhagamandala - 52
Chikadadakatte - 51
Humcha - 51
Hunchdakatte - 50
Chikkabasur - 47
Honnali - 44
Kolkunda - 41
Anavatti - 41
Shivanasamudra - 40
Gersoppa - 40
Kuppagadde - 39
Kakkeri - 39
Hangaraki - 39
Muguru - 37
Aralasurali - 37
Shimoga - 36
Gundal - 33
Shanthahalli - 33
Siddapura (K) - 32
Tyagadabaji - 32
Chandragutti - 32
Aralagod - 32
Malali - 31
Ramagiri - 31
Kere - 30
Gogi - 30
Hiremannapur - 30
Bukkambudi - 30
Lokkanahalli - 30
Tegur  - 30
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Haunsabhavi - 30
Kodihally - 30
Halageri - 30
Napoklu - 30
Arasalu - 30
Ramgiri - 30
Kogar - 30
Kanakapura - 30

Super Rains continue in Kerala, ending 8.30 am 14.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 5.8 kms a.s.l. over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep and adjoining Kerala coast.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Chittur - 115
Kollengode - 107
Thariode - 87
Vyttiri - 85
Alathur - 82
Mankara - 74
Palakkad - 64
Tavanur - 55
Pookot  - 54
Ponnani -48
Vellanikkara - 48
Perinthalmanna - 45
Manjeeswaram - 43
Ottappalam - 38
Irinjalakuda - 37
Irikkur - 36
Lower Sholayar - 32
Kuttiyadi - 31
Idamalayar - 30
Taliparamba - 30
Thrithala - 29
Mattanur - 29
Piravom  - 29
Thodupuzha - 26
Mannarkad - 24
Vadakkancherry - 24
Peermade - 20
Idukki - 17
Aryankavu - 17
Pattambi - 17
Nilambur - 16
Neeriyamangalam - 15
Mananthavady - 15
Pambla - 15
Sengulam - 15


Excess rains in Kerala in pre-monsoon, ending 8.30 am on 13.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood and extends upto 5.8 kms a.s.l. Almost all stations in Kerala reported rainfall. Hence, cut-off is kept at 40 mm.

in mm (min 40 mm)

Kunnamkulam - 114
Kottayam - 100
Enamackel - 89
Tavanur - 84
Kozhikode - 72
Kodungallur - 71
Vellanikkara - 69
Quilandy - 69
Chittur - 69
Palakkad - 69
Aluva - 69
Ponnani - 62
Vynthala - 61
Vadakkancherry - 60
Irinjalakuda - 56
Chalakudy - 51
Mattanur - 48
Varkala - 48
Chimoni - 46
Kollengode - 46
Thrithala - 46
Karipur AP - 46
Meenangadi - 45
Pattambi - 45
Ottappalam - 43
Alathur - 42
Pambla - 41
Mananthavady - 41
Piravom  - 41

Widespread Record Rain in Karnataka continues, ending 8.30 am on 13.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood and extends upto 5.8 kms a.s.l. Over 300 stations have reported rainfall above 10 mm. Hence, cut-off is kept at 40 mm.

in mm (min 40 mm)

Kanthavara - 91
Vitlamudnuru - 83
Kowdle - 69
Haliyal     - 69
N.Beguru - 66
Mudabidri - 65
Mani - 65
Manchenahalli - 60
Hosuru - 57
Baragur - 56
Balale - 54
Thyagarthi - 54
Bammigatti - 53
Harve - 53
Taraka - 53
Nagamangala - 50
MugutkanHubli - 50
Lakshmisagara - 49
Yekkambi - 48
Hethenahalli - 47
Kakti - 47
Hanagal - 45
S.S.Ghati - 45
Cheeluru - 44
Honakere - 44
Honavar - 44
Haradanahally - 43
Gersoppa - 43
Gowdagere - 42
Mantagi - 42
Anavatti - 42
Hampapura - 42
Rae - 42
Terakanambi - 40
Belagodu - 40
Bidi - 40
BP Dam - 40
Karur - 40
Thogarsi - 40
Puttur - 40
Hiroli - 40

Odisha's golden run continues, rainfall ending 8.30 am on 12.05.2015

A trough upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. extends from Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim to Odisha across Bihar and Jharkhand.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Bhadrak - 95
Salepur - 32
Thakurmunda - 31
Tirtol - 30
Bonth - 24 
Tihidi - 24
Pipili - 23
Raghunathpur - 23
Nischintakoili - 22
Puri -22
Bhubaneswar AP - 17
Karanjia - 14
Balipatna -14
Paradeep - 13
Cuttack - 11
Tigiria - 10

Coastal Andhra gets unexpected rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 12.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over southwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining Sri Lanka now lies over Comorin area and neighbourhood and extends upto 4.5 kms a.s.l. 

in mm (min 10 mm)

Nakkapalle - 77
Nivagam - 51
Mandasa - 46
Hiramandalam - 44
Kolluvalsa - 43
K Kotapadu - 41
Salur - 37
Tamada Village - 37
Vempadu - 31
Ranastalam - 27
Ananthagiri - 25
Rajam - 25
Koruprolu - 22
Anakapalle - 20
Vepada - 17
Munagapaka - 16
Parvathipuram - 15
Garividi - 14
Ragolu - 13
Atchutapuram - 13
Amadalavalasa - 13
Narasingabilly - 12
Saravakota - 11
Yelamanchili - 10
Vakapadu - 10
S Rayavaram - 10
Vakatippa - 10
Pachipenta - 10
Cheepurupalle - 10

Karnataka gets widespread rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 12.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over southwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining Sri Lanka now lies over Comorin area and neighbourhood and extends upto 4.5 kms a.s.l.  A trough extends from the cyclonic circulation to south interior Karnataka  in the lower levels.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Veerakambha - 72
Narikombu - 72
Belkunichaudri - 66
Mani - 64
Navilooru - 61
Suthuru -  54
Bankal - 53
Joldal - 52
Byadarahalli - 50
Tigadi - 49
Kabbur - 48
Satnuru - 48
Kudachi - 51
Kottigehara - 47
Balehonnur - 44
Bugate Allur - 43
Marne - 42
Puradalu - 41
Guddadahulikatti - 41
Adarakatti - 39
Rae - 38
Ajekar - 38
Mulky - 36
C Jayapura  - 35
Santibastwad - 35
Saggiam - 33
Biligere - 33
Kodadur - 32
Nagarmunoli - 32
Belgaum - 31
Halagur - 30
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Neginhall - 30
Sangabettu - 30
Tadas - 30
Uchagaon - 30
Raibag - 30
Shimoga - 30
Chikodi - 30

Maharashtra gets surprise rain, ending 8.30 am on 10.05.2015

The trough/wind discontinuity from Telangana to south Tamil Nadu now extends from east Madhya Pradesh to south Tamil Nadu across Vidarbha Telangana and Rayalaseema at 0.9 km a.s.l.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Wadange - 86
Dundage - 60
Sandvali - 54
Ankalkhop - 50
Kadvi - 47
Thoseghar - 45
Koregaon - 44
Tandulwadi - 40
Wai - 40
Nagewadi - 40
Moleshwari - 39
Bhilwadi - 39
Kapashi - 35
Koyna - 35
Malewadi - 34
Wathar - 33
Urmodi - 32
Padloshi - 31
Medha - 30
Palus - 30
Javli - 30
Warana - 30
Khandala - 30
Jat - 29
Wathar - 29
Patherpunj - 28
Hatkanangale - 28
Visapur - 27
Kirloskarwadi - 27
Gadhinglaj - 27
Kati - 26
Kasaba - 25
Kadegaon - 24
Ankola - 23
Chapal - 23
Sawarde - 23
Mahabaleshwar - 23
Shidhanerli - 22
Jambhali - 21
Ambawade - 21
Kanher - 20
Panhala - 20
Kagal - 20
Kasegaon - 20
Karvir - 20
Dhom - 20
Kolhapur - 20
Tulshi - 20
Bamnoli - 20
Walvan - 20
Navaja - 20
Dhangarwada - 20
Kagal - 20

Daily Rains in Karnataka continue, ending 8.30 am on 08.05.2015

The cyclonic circulation over south Tamil Nadu and adjoining Comorin area now lies over south coastal Tamil Nadu and neighbourhood and extends upto 0.9  km  a.s.l.

in mm (min 25 mm)

Nallur - 97
Makonahalli - 74
Nooralakuppe - 68
Talagunda - 59
Hirebandady - 51
Hirebylu - 50
Asundi - 50
Hullenahalli - 50
Kokkanur - 46
Yashwanthnagara - 46
Basarikatte - 40
Maragodu - 40
Bagenahalli - 39
Asundi - 37
Ayanur - 36
Hirekerur - 35
Thogarsi - 34
Hirekerur - 34
Undiganaalu - 33
Ajjampura - 33
Hangaraki - 32
Bad - 31
Rae - 31
Ajekar - 31
Masur - 30
Gudageri - 30
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Hungunda - 29
Attigundi - 28
Chitradurga - 27
Kabini - 26
Doni - 26
Belthangadi - 25
Venoor - 25
Belur - 25
Kalasa - 25
Bidi - 25
Turuvanur - 25
Somayajalapalli - 25


Non-stop rain in Karnataka continues, ending 8.30 am on 07.05.2015

The wind discontinuity from north Madhya Maharashtra to Tamil Nadu has become less marked.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Donur - 91
Uppinangady - 59
Thandre - 56
Bajathuru - 54
Tripura - 54
Kembhavi - 51
Karpur - 47
Bogguru - 46
K.Honnalagere - 45
Kudurugundi - 44
Arahatholalu - 43
Doddamaralawadi - 42
Kerveshe - 41
Sukravarsanthe - 40
Kukkala - 40
Hunasaghatta - 40
Halkurke - 36
Tyamagondal - 36
Kuppagadde - 35
Halkurike - 35
B.Durga - 35
Mudigere - 33
Sampaje - 33
Kembhavi - 33
Bharmanaikanadurga - 32
Jayamangala - 31
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Bambarga - 29
Nanjedevanapura - 30
Mani - 30
Chamarajnagar - 30

LWD rains continue in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 06.05.2015

A wind discontinuity at 0.9 km a.s.l. extends from north Madhya Maharashtra across interior Karnataka.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Sonna - 67
Narimogaru - 66
Blale - 60
Koila - 59
Maradinagalapur - 52
Herejamburu - 48
Kuthagodu - 48
Jallapur - 47
Donur - 47
Sorekunte - 47
Belur - 48
Basavapatna - 44
Tattihalla - 43
Hirekerur - 41
Walmi - 40
Kaikini - 38
Mangaluru AP - 36
Masur - 36
Yalishirur - 36
Tigadi - 36
Gunji - 34
Araga - 34
Hanagoadu - 34
Afzalpur - 32
Thirthahalli - 32
Nesargi - 31
Sringeri - 31
Kerveshe - 31
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Kogar - 30
Pala - 30
Shedbal - 30
Desur - 30
Uppoor - 30
Jagalbet - 30
Katapur - 30
Hulsur - 30

Rains never seems to stop in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 30.04.2015

The trough upto 0.9 km a.s.l. from Marathwada to south Tamil Nadu now extends from southeast Madhya Pradesh to Kerala across interior Andhra Pradesh.

in mm (min 20 mm)


Horakeredevarpur H.D - 72
Sangameshwarpet - 67
Vanakanahalli - 57
Balla - 54
Hallare - 48
Kyasamballi - 47
Chinnikatte - 46
Periyapatna - 43
Thopanahalli - 42
Markanja - 41
Maranahalli - 41
Talya - 39
Subramanya - 39
Garvale - 38
Kowdle - 35
Chinchodi - 35
B Katihalli - 35
Kodihally - 33
Nagnur Byaraj - 31
Belagodu - 30
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Kuruburu - 29
Kanakapura - 27
Doddamole - 27
Arishinakunte - 25
Hethur - 25
Somwarpet - 24
Maddur - 23
Anekal - 23
Suttakoti - 23
Krishnarajpet - 23
Ravandur - 22
Gendehalli - 22
Halekote - 22
Lakkur - 21
Haradanahally - 20
Hosanagar - 20
Pulgurkote - 20
Periyapatna - 20
Holalur - 20

Bordoichila pounds Meghalaya, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 29.04.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Assam & Meghalaya and neighbourhood, now lies over East Assam and neighbourhood and extends upto 0.9 km as

in mm (min 10 mm)


Williamnagar - 101
Rongara - 71
Jowai - 69
Williamnagar (A) - 67
Cherrapunji - 49
Nongostin - 41
Mawkyrwat - 41
Shillong - 22
Barapani - 10
Nongpoh - 10


Odisha gets widespread Rains, ending 8.30 am on 29.04.2015

A cyclonic circulation between 1.5 & 2.1 kms a.s.l. lies over east Uttar Pradesh and neighbourhood. A thunder squall accompanied with gusty surface wind speed reaching 40 kmph passed over Bhubaneswar airport on 28.04.2015 at 18.35 hrs IST and lasted for 3 minutes. Due to long list, the cut-off is kept at 30 mm.

in mm (min 30 mm)


Chhatrapur - 65
Kankadahad - 62
Betanati - 60 
Gopalpur - 58
Tangi - 57
Belaguntha - 42
Jenapur - 41
Rairakhol - 40
Bhuban - 40
Jujumura - 39
Korei - 38
Puri - 37
Brahmagiri - 37
Chandikhol - 36
Karanjia - 36
Chandbali - 36
Tigiria - 35
Dhenkanal - 33
Mahisapat - 33
Soro - 32
Pipili - 32
Marshaghai - 31
Alpingal - 31
Cuttak - 30
Paradip - 30
Bhuweneshwar - 30
Daringbadi - 30

Coffee showers in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 29.04.2015

A  trough upto 0.9 km a.s.l. extends from Marathwada to south Tamil Nadu across interior Karnataka.  'Cherry Blossom’ or ‘Coffee showers’ are local wind that blows over the interior Karnataka during the pre-monsoon season and is extremely helpful for coffee cultivation. The Hills in the interior Karnataka gets most of these rains

in mm (min 15 mm)

Subramanya - 72
Tegur - 61
Gangasandra - 52
Kuruvalli - 50
Ramapura - 38
Tigadi - 35
Hirebagevadi - 31
Chinnamulagund - 31
Baggavalli - 31
Sarangi - 29
Gauribidanur - 28
Shishila - 26
Doddabygathavalli - 25
Ballamavati - 25
Sondekoppa - 24
Beladhara - 24
Uchagaon - 24
Ubrani - 23
Kalmane - 21
Hanagal - 20
Paspul - 20
Nallur - 20
Kavadimatti - 20
Halaganahalli - 19
Mangalavada - 17
Vishwanathanahalli - 16
Gurumitakal - 16
Ajjampura - 16
Maranahalli - 16
Tyagadabaji - 15
Malur - 15
Shiggaon - 15
Lakkavalli - 15
Belgavi - 15
Kulageri Cross - 15
Balehonnur - 15
Thumbadi - 15
Shahabad - 15
Tanigebylu - 15
Attigundi - 15
Khanapura - 15

Non stop rains in Odisha continues, ending 8.30 am on 28.04.2015

The trough between 3.1 & 5.8 kms a.s.l. from Assam to north coastal Andhra Pradesh now extends from Assam to northwest Bay of Bengal.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Dhamnagar - 81
Bari - 48
Remuna - 40 
Akhuapada - 32
Marsaghai - 25
Kendrapara - 30 
Derabis - 30
Nh5 Gobindpur - 30 
Pattamundai - 24 
Gania - 20
Jamsolaghat - 20
Harichandanpur - 15
Binjharpur - 15
Dhenkanal  - 15
Mahisapat - 15
Nilgiri - 14
Thakurmunda - 14
Chandikhol - 13
Tihidi - 13
Bhadrak - 12
Jajpur - 11
Basudevpur - 11
Nayagarh - 10
Ghatagaon - 10 
Ranpur - 10
Chandbali - 10
Tilhar - 10
Samakhunta - 10
Champua - 10

Kerala continues to get Rain, ending 8.30 am on 28.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km asl over Lakshadweep area and neighbourhood persists. A trough extending upto 0.9 km asl from the above cyclonic circulation to coastal Karnataka.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kurudamannil - 86
Perumbavur - 46
Thenmala - 40
Varkala - 37
Kanjirappally - 34
Peermade - 31
Quilandy - 22
Chengannur - 22
Haripad - 20
Lower Sholayar - 20
Kayamkulam - 19
Thrithala - 16
Neeleswaram - 15
Ottappalam - 14
Nedumangad - 13
Neyyattinkara - 12
Mavattapuzah - 11
Munnar - 10
Pattambi - 10
Kollam - 10
Kottayam - 10

Mango Showers continue in Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 27.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km a.s.l. lies over Lakshadweep area and neighbourhood.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Mattanur - 86
Manjeri - 71
Vellanikkara - 59
Kayamkulam Agri - 43
Neyyattinkara - 43
Kayamkulam - 40
Mavattapuzha - 35
Vadakkancherry - 33
Hosdurg - 32
Aryankavu - 26
Perumbavur - 25
Konni - 25
Lower Sholayar - 24
Kollengode - 23
Poringal - 21
Meenangadi - 21
Ottappalam - 20
Chalakudy - 20
Kannur - 19
Kanjirapuzha - 18
Kochi CIAL - 18
Mannarkad - 18
Taliparamba - 17
Karipur AP - 16
Kodungallur - 15
Nedumangad - 15
Chengannur - 15
Chimoni - 15
Meenkara - 15
Vilangankunnu - 15
Haripad - 15
Ambalavayal - 15
Vynthala - 15

Odisha continues to get battered for 5th straight day, Odisha Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 26.04.2015

A north-south trough between 3.1 & 5.8 kms asl runs from east Bihar to west-central Bay of Bengal. The trough extending upto 1.5 kms asl. runs to interior Tamil Nadu across Chhattisgarh and coastal Andhra Pradesh. As IMD orissa did not update their dailreport, compiling was not possible.

A Squall passed over Bhubaneswar on 25.04.2015 at 22:45 hrs IST from easterly direction with maximum wind speed 52 Kmph and lasted for 3 min.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Nimpara - 93
Puri - 74
Marsaghai - 59 
Bhubaneswar Aero - 51
Mahisapat - 47
Dhenkanal - 47
Rajibhavan - 39
Phulbani - 35 
Balasore - 34
Tigiria - 34
Birmaharajpur - 30
Athgarh - 30
Junagarh - 28
Chendipada - 28
Chandbali - 26
Belgaon - 24 
Tihidi - 21
Athmalik - 20
Dunguripalli - 19
Sambalpur - 15
Jagatsinghpur - 15
Joshipur - 15
Gania - 15
Baripada - 15
Gaisilet - 14
Alpingal - 14
Tarva - 13
Ullunda - 12
Balpatna - 12
Daspalla - 11
Angul - 11
Titlagarh - 10
Gopalpur - 10
Kujanga - 10
Bolangir - 10
Burla - 10
Daringibadi - 10
Binika - 10

Widespread rains continue in Karnataka, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 26.04.2015

The trough extending upto 1.5 kms asl. runs upto interior Tamil Nadu across Chhattisgarh and coastal Andhra Pradesh.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Vengasandra - 84
Anajigere - 69
Ramasagar - 64
Joldal - 63
Shantigrama - 60
Domlur - 59
Vatalu - 57
Gorur - 54
Gopanhalli - 52
Belagola - 52
Nidige - 52
Tirumakudalu Narasipura - 51
Umblebylu - 50
Salagame - 49
Muthuru - 38
Chikkabennuru - 38
Mysore - 37
Haladi - 37
Bangalore City - 36
Uttarahalli - 36
Attigundi - 36
Thayalur - 34
Gonitumkur - 34
Bangalore AP - 34
Holenarasipur - 33
Mirle - 30
Tekal - 30
Vastare - 30
Halli Mysore - 30
Avani - 29
Bilur - 28
Hanur - 28
Malandur - 26
Sakarayapatna - 25
Suvarnavathi - 25
Halsahalli - 24
Channapatna - 23
Ayanur - 22
Narsimharajapura - 21
Jayapura (M) - 20
Madapura - 20
Siddapura(K) - 20
K.Shettihalli - 20
Aldur - 20
Taraka - 20
Biligere - 20
Gundlupet - 20
Ajjampura - 20
Lakkavalli - 20
Arkalgud - 20
Hassan - 20

No Stopping of rains in Karnataka, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 25.04.2015

The trough extending upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. runs to Rayalaseema across north Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha and Telangana.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Hirisave - 81
Ganjigere - 69
Chikkayalur - 61
Mayasandra - 58
Nandipura - 55
Gundal - 54
Karmadu - 53
Suguru - 51
Dabbegatta - 50
Lalandevanahalli - 50
Huliyur - 48
Marthahally  - 45
Lokkanahalli - 45
Bannerughatta - 43
Bidaluru - 41
Joldal - 38
Bailur - 38
Heggere - 38
Chilukunda - 37
Bangalore - 36
Mandagadde - 34
Malemahadeshwara Hills - 33
Begur - 32
Hallur - 31
Krishnarajapet - 31
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Kollegal - 28
Yelandur - 28
K.Belagallu - 27
Boranakanive - 27
Krishnarajanagar - 27
Balehonnur - 26
Hebbal - 25
Dandinasivar - 25
Kadugodi - 25
Bindiganavole - 23
Hoskote - 22
Sirvar - 22
Halekote - 21
Balanja - 21
Alaluru - 20
Doddabommatti - 20
Galibeedu - 20
Mysore - 20
Ravandur - 20
Doddalahally - 20
Koganur - 20
Shimoga - 20

Andhra continues to get the battering, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 25.04.2015

The trough extending upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. runs to Rayalaseema across north Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha and Telangana.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Narsipatnam - 111
Sankhavaram - 83
Prathipadu - 70
Velanka  - 68
Uttarakanchi - 65
Satyavedu - 60
Kathipudi - 60
Jammalamadugu - 58
Kakarapadu - 57
Rajam - 56
Rayabhupalapatnam  - 53
Parvathipuram - 52
Golugonda - 51
Vakapadu - 47
S.Rayavaram - 45
Sanapa - 43
Kotananduru - 43
D.Polavaram - 42
Routhulapudi - 42
Nagalapalle - 42
Vempadu - 38
Karani - 38
Krishnapuram - 36
Chodavaram - 35
Chintapalle - 35
Gangavaram - 33
Therlam - 33
Gaadhirai - 32
Irugulam - 32
Munagapaka - 31
Pachipenta - 31
Makkuva - 30
Chanti Bridge - 30
Suratpalle - 30
Cheedikada - 30
Madugula - 30
Sabbavaram - 30
Tuni - 30
Bobbili - 30

Andhra gets battered, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 24.04.2015

The trough extending upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. now runs from to Comorin area across interior Odisha, south Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Rayalaseema. The trough from Telangana to extreme south Peninsular India has merged with the above trough.

in mm  (min 30 mm)

Anantapuram - 102
Nakkapalli - 83
Nandana Marela - 79
Madakasira - 76
Gummagatta - 71
Umareddipalle  - 59
Battuvanipalli - 58
Udayagudam - 58
Gummanampadu - 56
Jagadurthi - 48
Rudrasamudram - 47
Gooty - 46
Seetharampuram - 43
B Nidamanur  - 43
Komarada - 42
Hakumpeta - 41
Rayadurg - 41
Nandavaram - 41
Raptadu - 41
Thikkavari Palem - 40
Rudravaram - 37
Pedamanturu - 37
Velugodu - 36
Ellutla - 36
Mundlamuru - 36
Kambadur - 36
Pedairlapadu - 36
Cheemalapadu - 35
Pattikanda - 35
Kalyandrug - 34
Cherukur - 34
Narpala - 34
Gummagatta - 34
Munagapaka - 33
Racherla - 32
Govindapuram - 31
Kolukula - 30
Medimakulapalle - 30
Rambilli - 30
Pedagarlapadu - 30
Podili - 30
Devanakonda - 30

Hail Storms in Bangalore and daily rains continue in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 24.04.2015

The trough extending upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. now runs from to Comorin area across interior Odisha, south Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Rayalaseema. The trough from Telangana to extreme south Peninsular India has merged with the above trough. Varthur in Banglore tops with over 100 mm rainfall. For 2nd day Banglaore region has topped karnataka rainfall.


in mm  (min 40 mm)

Varthur - 135
Balganur - 95
Udbala - 95
Kalarhatt - 95
Tavaragera - 98
Siddapura - 93
Renukapura - 88
Mutuguppe - 87
Balagannur - 85
Karekallu - 77
Perabe - 76
Hosaritti - 72
Vishweshwarapuram - 72
Kuppagadde - 69
Hemdore - 68
Hura - 68
Mutsandra - 67
Hulikal (H) - 67
Jalihal - 65
Halaguru - 65
Oddarahatti - 64
Raichur PTO - 62
Hosaritti - 61
Santibastwad - 61
Moka - 61
Harisandra - 57
Karatgi - 57
Kokkada - 57
Hallikere - 55
Gorebal - 54
Attangi - 54
Hulekal - 53
Halagur - 53
Bangalore City - 53
Kodihally - 52
Harve - 52
Halkatta - 52
Gangavathi - 51
Bangalore AP - 49
Begur - 48
Mulikar - 48
Bailur - 48
Konakal - 48
Kurugodu - 45
Kunnatgi - 45
Belur - 44
Turuvekere - 43
Ramanagara - 43
Manchanbele - 43
Bandal - 42
Bettadapura - 42
Mulky - 42
Kukkala - 41
Thirthahalli - 41
Somanahalli - 40
Anavatti - 40
Somwarpet - 40
Doddalahally- 40
Venoor - 40
Arasalu - 40
Sugur  - 40
Turvihal - 40
Bargur - 40
Rayanal - 40
Manchikere - 40
Munganahalli - 40
Hebri - 40

Karnataka continues to get Mango Showers, ending 8.30 am on 23.04.2015

A trough extending upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. runs from Telangana to  extreme  south Peninsular India  across Rayalaseema and south interior Karnataka. Bangalore outskirts got battered.

in mm(min 20 mm)

Rajanukunte - 111
Melur - 86
Haranhalli - 63
Surathkal - 62
B.Kanabur - 61
Puradalu - 57
Haleyangady - 51
Lokkanahalli - 51
Shimoga - 45
Hadripura - 45
Halebeedu - 43
Lokkanahalli - 42
Kadagattur - 42
Baguru - 42
Nichhavvanahalli - 40
Budapanhalli - 40
Pavagada - 40
Sutagatti - 40
Balehonnur - 40
Hebsur - 39
Hesaraghatta - 39
Sundal - 38
Kundana - 38
Holuru - 35
Mangalore - 33
Deshanur - 31
Chigateri - 30
Baguru - 33
Doddabelavangala - 30
Kanivedasarahalli - 30
Joldal - 28
Balangannur - 28
Kallanhangarga - 27
Ramgiri - 26
Aurad  - 25
Arasanagi - 25
Kudur - 24
Kuduru - 22
Ballupet - 22
Hulukunte - 22
Ranibennur - 21
Arasikere - 21
Hanumanamatti - 20
Amingad - 20
Shimoga PTO - 20
Hemmaragala - 20
Nagur - 20

After a break Karnataka joins the party, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 22.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep-Maldives area now lies over Lakshadweep and neighbourhood and extends upto 3.1 kms a.s.l. A Low pressure area may form over the same region during next 24 hours. Over 200 stations have reported rainfall, hence cut-off is kept at 35 mm.

in mm (min 35 mm)

Beekanahalli - 114
Avathi - 86
Kokkada - 86
Talapady - 86
Joldal - 75
Miyaru - 70
Malandur - 66
Kukkala - 65
Karkala - 64
Javali - 59
Kavalakatte - 52
Vastare - 51
Hirebylu - 50
Kapu - 50
Hunsavelli - 50
Nelahal - 48
Belthangadi - 48
Aldur - 48
Birur - 48
Srimangala - 47
Koila - 47
Chikkajeni - 47
Palicherlu - 46
Dharmasthala - 43
Ajekar - 42
Maripalla - 41
Kadur - 40
Kabbala - 39
Chikkamagaluru PTO - 38
Lingadahalli - 38
Irripu - 38
Puttige - 38
Ponnampet - 38
Kerveshe - 37
Megaramakki - 36
Kigga - 36
Rippanpete - 35
Siddapura(K) - 35
Attigundi - 35
Bantwal - 35

High Intensity Rains lash Trivandrum and Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 22.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep-Maldives area now lies over Lakshadweep and neighbourhood and extends upto 3.1 kms a.s.l. A Low pressure area may form over the same region during next 24 hours.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Thiruvananthapuram - 161
Kottayam - 156
Kurudamannil - 146
Thiruvananthapuram AP - 145
Kayamkulam Agri - 131
Kollam - 125
Mancompu - 123
Nedumangad - 110
Kayamkulam - 108
Mavelikkara  - 103
Neyyattinkara - 98
Chengannur - 96
Pambla - 89
Kumarakom - 89
Irikkur - 87
Irinjalakuda - 86
Kochi AP - 84
Konni - 75
Aluva - 74
Manjeswaram - 70
Mattanur - 70
Mannarkad - 70
Alappuzha - 68
Ernakulam South - 68
Haripad - 66
Vellayani - 64
Thodupuzha - 63
Neeriyamangalam - 59
Cherthala - 59
Piravom - 57
Vaikom - 55
Thenmala - 52
Kanjirapuzha - 50
Idukki - 49
Kozha - 49
Vadakkancherry - 47
Thrithala - 45
Chalakudy - 45
Kanjirappally - 44
Aryankavu - 39
Kakki - 39
Peermade - 38
Pattambi - 35
Punalur - 35
Idamalayar - 34
Vynthala - 34
Kunnamkulam - 34
Alathur - 31
Kochi CIAL - 31
Chimoni - 31

2nd day of active Bordoichila rains in Assam and Meghalaya, ending 8.30 am on 21.04.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Sub Himalayan West Bengal and neighbourhood now lies over Assaam & Meghalaya and neighbourhood and extends upto 0.9 km asl.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Assam

Matijuri - 73
Dhupdhara - 67
Harinagar - 40
Guwahati - 37
Silchar - 37
Bokajan - 34
Lakhipur - 30
Kadamtal - 30
Nazira - 28
Neamatighat - 20
Numaligarh - 20
Amraghat - 20
Teok - 20
Maranhat - 15
Gharmura - 15
Jorhat - 14
Karimganj - 14
Morang - 11
Dhubri - 11
Goalghat - 10
Tangla - 10
Haflong - 10

Meghalaya

Williamnagar - 60
Cherrapunjee - 48
Tura - 40
Rongara - 36
Mawkyrwat - 30
Nomgostin - 24
Mawsynram - 20
Barapani - 10

WD rains are back in Kashmir, ending 8.30 am on 20.04.2015

The Western disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation extending upto 3.1 kms a. s. l. over north Afghanistan and adjoining Pakistan persists with a trough aloft with its axis at 5.8 kms a.s.l. running roughly along Long. 68°E to the north of Lat. 30°N.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Gulmarg RS - 76
Kupwara - 69
Pahalgam - 56
Harran - 48
Baramullah - 48
Quazigund - 47
Srinagar - 45
Malangapura - 44
Rambagh - 43
Anantnag - 41
Kukernag - 37
Khudwani - 31
Zainapora - 30
Banihal - 26
Govindapura - 22
Batote - 18
Bhaderwah - 10
Jammu - 10

Mango Showers continues in Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 20.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km a.s.l over Comorin area and neighbourhood persists.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kanjirappally - 75
Perinthalmanna - 65
Angadippuram - 62
Myladumpara - 56
Thenmala - 39
Konni - 35
Manjeri - 25
Kozhikode - 22
Ottappalam - 21
Irikkur - 21
Ponmudi - 15
Mancompu - 15
Mattanur - 14
Kumarakom - 12
Vadakkancherry - 10
Haripad - 10
Kunnamkulam - 10
Kottayam - 10
Idukki - 10
Meenangadi - 10
Kakki - 10


After a lull, Bordoichila hits Assam, Tripura, Arunachal and Meghalaya, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 19.04.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and neighbourhood now lies over Assam & neighbourhood and extends up to 1.5 km asl.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Assam

Silchar - 65
Borpathar - 60
Matijuri - 50
Harinagar - 50
Amarghat - 41
Goalghat - 40
Haflong - 40
Kadamtala - 40
Teok - 31
Lanka - 30
Tinsukia - 30
Kajalgaon - 27
Jorhat - 26
Nazira - 25
Sibsagar - 25
Dibrugarh AP - 23
Dhubri - 23
Kokrajar - 22
Bokajan - 18
North Lakhimpur - 17
Rangia - 16
Kakopather - 16
Gossaigaon - 16
Goalpara - 15
Morang - 15
Baihata Chariali - 10
Nalbari - 10
Dhemaji - 10
Barepata - 10
Mushalpur - 10
Guwahati - 10
Majbat - 10
Tangla - 10
Maranhat - 10
Moran - 10

Arunachal Pradesh

Arzoo - 65
Etalin - 64
Tuting - 60
Khupa - 47
Anini - 28
Wakro - 27
Miao - 23
Geku - 19
Bordmusa - 15
Passighat - 10
Itanagar - 10
Tawang - 10
Khupa - 10

Meghalaya

Cherrapunjee - 44
Nongstoin - 57
Jowai - 50
Khleriat - 43
Williamnagar - 39
Rongara - 27
Shillong - 26
Tikrikilla - 20
Mairang - 10

Tripura

Kailasahar - 78
Agartala - 53
Jirania - 38
Kadamtala - 39
Belonia - 25
Amarpur - 11
Tura - 10

Mango Showers Continue in Karnataka without break, Rainfall ending 8.30 am 17.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep area and neighbourhood has moved away westwards.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Balluru - 80
Hoodi - 78
Hosakere - 76
Gangavarachow Dappanahalli - 65
Thopanahalli - 61
Abbenahalli - 57
Bengaluru Kial - 55
Maddur - 49
Krishnarajapet - 46
Honnudike - 41
Halaganahalli - 41
Thayalur - 40
Seelunare - 40
Dammaningala - 40
Kadahalli - 38
Anekal - 38
Kudur - 37
Hunsur - 36
Magadi - 35
Kanakapura - 34
Halagur - 34
Hoskote - 33
Karadi - 32
Mudabalu - 30
Ravandur - 29
Saggiam - 25
Tekal - 24
Kestur - 23
Solur - 22
Markandeyanakere - 22
Kamasandra - 22
Manchanbele - 21
Malemahadeshwara Hills - 20
Nelamangala - 20
Shantigrama - 20
Kundana - 20
Anantapur - 20
Masti - 20
Thanakushanur - 20

Anybody noticing Kerala, its getting rainfall daily, ending 8.30 am 17.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep area and neighbourhood has moved away westwards.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Pambla - 89
Perinthalmanna - 66
Thenmala - 60
Punalur - 50
Angadippuram - 49
Idukki - 34
Vadakkancherry - 34
Munnar - 32
Idamalayar - 30
Neeriyamangalam - 24
Chimoni - 23
Poringal - 18
Chalakudy - 18
Ponmudi - 17
Ottappalam - 17
Palakkad - 13
Pattambi - 12
Myladumpara - 12
Mannarkad - 11
Vellanikkara - 10
Vyanthala - 10
Vazhathope - 10

Heavy Rains lash Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 15.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over south Madhya  Pradesh and  neighbourhood  now lies over central parts of Madhya Pradesh & neighbourhood  and extends between 3.1 and 7.6 kms a.s.l. with a trough from this cyclonic circulation to Lakshadweep area.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Mastenahalli - 143
J.Timmasandra - 123
Chintamani PTO - 123
Kaiwara - 105
Vemgal - 83
Chintamani - 68
Narasapura - 65
Kotagal - 56
Srinivaspura - 52
Nelavagilu - 48
Irrigampalli - 47
Nangli - 46
Ganjigunte - 46
Thayalur - 44
Kengeri  - 42
Anekal - 42
Bandipura - 39
Hirehalli - 38
Kolar - 38
Holur - 35
Mandikal - 34
Vijayapura - 32
Chamrajnagar PTO - 31
Somanahalli - 30
Maddur - 30
Akkur Hosahalli - 30
Virupakshipura - 30
Ganadal - 30
Kabbali - 30

No stopping of heavy rains in Andhra, ending 8.30 am on 15.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over south Madhya  Pradesh and  neighbourhood  now lies over central parts of Madhya Pradesh & neighbourhood  and extends between 3.1 and 7.6 kms a.s.l. with a trough from this cyclonic circulation to Lakshadweep area.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Chinnamandem - 117
Rapur - 110
Nambulipulikunta - 101
Dakkali - 78
Kothagunta - 70
Sambepalle - 66
Gajulavari Palle - 62
Podili    59
Darsigunta Peta - 56
Konakanamitla - 54
Pothegunta - 52
Duttalur - 51
Madhavaram - 49
Nuzvid - 46
Vemanapuram- 46
Chinnapuram - 45
Bhavadevarapalle - 44
Indukur - 42
Gotur - 42
Thambalapalle - 40
Varikuntapadu - 39
Utukuru - 38
Chintukommandene - 37
Letapalle - 36
Kotavooru - 35
Macherla - 34
Darsi - 33
Sullurpeta - 33
Ganjivaripalle - 33
Podili - 32
Vemula - 32
Gurramkonda - 31
Ghantasala - 31
Thipaipalem - 31
Chillakur - 31
Chakrayapet - 30
Moolavanka - 30
Seethampeta - 30
Pantapalem Epuru - 30
Tada - 30
Uppalur - 30
Devapatla - 30
Obuladevaracheruvu - 30
Donabanda - 30
Pulivendla - 30
Veldurthi - 30
Kamalapuram - 30
Obulakkapalli - 30
Musunuru - 30
Nyamaddala - 30

Kerala is silently getting its quota of Rains, ending 8.30 am on 14.04.2015

An upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Gujarat region and neighbourhood extending upto 0.9 km  a.s.l. A trough extends from this cyclonic circulation to Comorin area and neighbourhood with the cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood embedded in the trough.

min 10 mm

Pambla Dam - 70
Idukki - 64
Peermade - 64
Neeriyamangalam - 51
Madupattey - 49
Sengulam - 44
Kuttiyadi - 41
Kollengode - 38
Munnar - 37
Ponmudi - 30
Thiruvananthapuram City - 28
Poringal - 25
Kurudamannil - 24
Vellanikkara - 24
Nilambur - 24
Punalur - 23
Thalassery - 23
Parambikulam - 23
Thodupuzha - 23
Meenkara - 19
Idamalayar - 19
Chittur - 13
Vellayani - 12
Palakkad - 12
Varkala - 11
Pattambi - 10
Neyyattinkara - 10
Nedumangad - 10
Vadakkancherry - 10
Angadippuram - 10
Konni - 10
Pamba - 10
Thariode - 10
Perinthalmanna - 10

No Stopping of Rains in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 14.04.2015

An upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Gujarat region and neighbourhood extending upto 0.9 km  a.s.l. A trough extends from this cyclonic circulation to Comorin area and neighbourhood with the cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood embedded in the trough.

min 20 mm

Nalwar - 98
Vidyaranapura - 65
Sedam - 62
Nangaalli - 61
Manchanbele - 59
Uliyaragoli - 49
Theetha - 49
Tippur - 48
Konakal - 47
Bidadi - 46
Saddiyam - 45
Gurumitakal - 44
Duggasandra - 42
Sririvara - 42
Mulky - 40
Talakadu - 39
Tumbala - 38
Kapu - 37
Ramanagara - 37
Saidapur - 37
Kalasapur - 36
Masakal - 34
Holavanahallli - 33
Hasuvanahalli - 32
Chittapur - 32
Koppa - 32
Dondamali - 32
Agansapura - 31
Kottigehera - 27
Nittur - 27
Nirna - 27
Roonour - 26
Devanahalli - 26
Shahpur - 25
Narasapura - 25
Kedekal - 25
Sulepet - 25
Bangalore KIAL - 24
Chilakalanerpur - 24
Haranahalli - 23
Kavaloor - 23
Bimalkhed - 23
Ballari - 22
Gandsi - 21
Koppal - 21
Thondebavi - 21
Terakanambi - 20
Udigala - 20
Somayajalpalli - 20
Hayyal - 20
Thumbadi - 20
Nelahal - 20
Bangalaore HAL AP - 20

Historic Rain continues in Telangana, ending 8.30 am on 14.04.2015

An upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Gujarat region and neighbourhood extending upto 0.9 km  a.s.l. A trough extends from this cyclonic circulation to Comorin area and neighbourhood with the cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood embedded in the trough. 

min 30 mm

Kamareddy - 110
Tadwai - 62
Bayyaram - 55
Hakimpet IAF - 55
Sadasivanagar - 54
Konijerla - 53
Naga Reddipet - 53
Jadcherla - 52
Thimmajipeta - 52
Bonakal - 50
Thollada - 42
Mahbubnagar - 41
Lingampet - 40
Armur - 40
Tandur - 40
Damaragidda - 39
Medchal - 37
Nawabpet - 36
Kosgi  - 36
Nirmal - 35
Enkuru - 35
Balkonda - 34
Doma - 34
Pegadapalle - 34
Adilabad - 34
Gundala - 33
Vicarabad - 33
Ibrahimpatnam - 32
Saroornagar - 31
Khammam Urban - 31
Narayanpet - 31
Chinthakam - 30
Pargi - 30
Pinapaka - 30
Bomraspeta - 30
Kodangal - 30
Mahabubabad - 30
Kalwakurthy - 30
Yellandu - 30

Heavy Rain continues for 3rd day in Andhra Pradesh, ending 8.30 am on 14.04.2015

An upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Gujarat region and neighbourhood extending upto 0.9 km  a.s.l. A trough extends from this cyclonic circulation to Comorin area and neighbourhood with the cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood embedded in the trough.

min 20 mm

Satyavedu - 140
Tada - 65
Veeraghattam - 65
Palasamudram - 64
Venkatagiri - 59
Tiruvuru - 58
Pagidyala - 56
Pakala - 51
Venkatagiri Kota - 50
Therlam - 47
Pamidi - 46
Sullurpeta - 42
Nagari - 41
Palamaner - 40
Rolla - 34
Kurnool - 32
Kondapuram - 31
Chittoor - 30
Obuladevaracheruvu - 30
Nuzvid - 29
Puttur - 28
Atmakur - 26
Tadpatri - 26
Guntakal - 26
Kuppam  - 24
Bobbili - 24
Anantapur - 23
Jupadu Bungalow - 21
Nandikotkur - 20
Kamalapuram - 20
Duvvur - 20
Gudur - 20

2nd day of heavy rains in Andhra from a rare event, ending 8.30 am on 13.04.2015

Over 150 stations have reported rainfall. Hence, the cut-off is kept at 30 mm.  A trough  runs  from  west  Madhya  Pradesh  to Comorin area across interior Maharashtra, interior Karnataka and Kerala extends upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. with the embedded cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood. 

min 30 mm

Sambepalle - 98
Chinnamandem - 83
Satyavedu - 73
Kadiri - 67
Guntakal - 61
Hindupur - 55
Lepakshi - 54
Gooty - 53
Proddutur - 52
Chilamathur - 51
Rayadurg - 50
Nallamada - 48
Agali - 47
Gorantla - 45
Rajampet  - 45
Madakasira - 44
Jammalamadugu - 43
Anantpur - 41
Royachoti - 41
Muddanur - 41
Atmakur - 40
Atlur - 40
Pullampeta - 38
Tadpatri - 38
Penu Konda -  35
Chapad - 34
Ramagiri - 32
Dharmavaram - 31
Kandukur - 31
Bathalapalle - 30
Kambadur - 30
Tadimarri - 30
Kondapuram - 30
Obuladevaracheruvu - 30
Rolla - 30
Thottambedu - 30

Massive rains in Karnataka from a rare event affecting Peninsula, ending 8.30 am on 13.04.2015

Over 200 stations have reported over 10 mm rainfall. Hence, the cut-off is kept at 40 mm.  A trough  runs  from  west  Madhya  Pradesh  to Comorin area across interior Maharashtra, interior Karnataka and Kerala extends upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. with the embedded cyclonic circulation over Comorin area and neighbourhood. 

min 40 mm

Nagasamudra - 99
Gajendragad - 95
Kadwad - 87
Benguru - 77
Holenarasipur - 76
Neralekere - 75
Shivanahalli - 70
Adankuppe - 67
Nilogal - 67
Gogeri - 63
Thippagondanahalli - 57
Mittemari - 56
Alur - 56
Devasamudra - 54
Saligrama - 54
Dibburahalli - 53
Kanakapura - 52
Jagalur - 52
Kanasavadi - 50
Sandur - 49
Peruvai - 48
Mulikar - 47
Bandipura - 44
Katageri - 44
Ponnampet - 44
Kerur - 43
Bangarpet - 43
Sangenahally - 42
Napoklu - 40
Pavagada - 40
Doddalahally - 40
Somanahalli - 40
Duggasandra - 40
Yelahanka - 40
Kushtagi - 40

Much expected LWD rains starts in  Telangana, rainfall ending 8.30 am on 08.04.2015

The wind discontinuity extending upto 1.5 kms a.s.l. from Telangana to south Tamil Nadu across Interior Karnataka persists.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Karimnagar - 67
Jagtial - 36
Sirsilla - 25
Adilabad - 25
Sarangapur - 20
Bheemgal - 16
Tadwai - 14
Mallial - 14
Kamareddy - 13
Kathlapur - 43
Sirikonda - 36
Mannnegudem - 27
Rudrangi - 23
Jagtial - 23
Ramnagar - 22
Bhoraj - 21
Raikal - 19
Yelgodu - 17
Kondapalkala - 16
Bahupet - 15
Manal - 15
Jaggasagar - 15
Lingampet - 15

As WD moves away, it gives Himachal and Kashmir one last spell, ending 8.30 am on 05.04.2015

W.D. as an upper air cyclonic circulation over eastern parts of Jammu & Kashmir & neighbourhood has moved away east northeast wards.

in mm

Kashmir

Udhampur IAF - 65
Batote - 43
Chatha - 34
Govindapura - 26
Katra - 23
Jammu IAF - 16
Kawa - 16
Jammu - 14
Banihal - 9
Kukernag - 8
Kulgam - 7
Khudwani - 6
Pahalgam - 6
Bhanderwah - 5
Quazigund - 5
Baramullah - 5
Anantnag - 5
Zainapora - 5

Himachal Pradesh

Dalhousie - 51
Kalatop - 33
Kandaghat - 30
Sundernagar - 30
Sirmaur - 30
Solan - 27
Nauni - 25
Chail - 22
Bharwara - 21
Gaggal - 20
Kangra - 20
Mandi - 19
Shimla - 19
Rampur - 19
Hipa - 18
Chelsea - 18
Sarahan - 17
Kothipura - 16
Kumarsain - 16
Shimla CPRI - 16
Bilaspur - 15
Hamirpur - 15
Shahpur - 13
Naina Devi - 12
Joginder Nagar - 11
Baldwara - 11
Dharmashala - 10
Nahan - 10

Desert Rajasthan continues to get rain from WD induced Cyclonic Circulation, ending 8.30 am on 04.04.2015

The  western  disturbance  as  an  upper  air  cyclonic  circulation  now lies over Eastern parts of Jammu & Kashmir and neighbourhood and extends upto 2.1 kms a.s.l. with a trough aloft with its axis at 5.8 kms a.s.l. running roughly along Long. 75° E to the north  of Lat. 32° N and is moving away east-northeastwards. The
induced cyclonic circulation lies over northeast Rajasthan and neighbourhood and extends upto 3.1 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Malsisar - 70
Bhopalgarh - 51
Lunkaransar - 45
Srimadhopur - 40
Churu - 29
Pilani - 28
Bikaner - 26
Osia - 22
Tarannagar - 18
Jodhpur - 17
Neemkathana - 17
Tijara - 15
Ajmer - 13
Udaipurwati - 13
Fatehpur - 12
Pisagan - 10
Jaisalmer - 10
Jaipur - 10
Baswa - 10

Cherrapunji gets 1st spell as Bordoichila hits Meghalaya and Assam, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 04.04.2015

The trough from Western parts of Assam to South chattisgarh now extends from Assam to South Orisha with an embeded cyclonic circulation over Assam &
adjoining Bangladesh extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level.

in mm

Meghalaya

Cherrapunjee - 71
Cherrapunjee RKM - 50
Mawsynaram - 50
Williamnagar - 40
Shella - 30
Nongostin - 14

Assam

Amarghat - 62
Jorhat - 44
Chouldhoghat - 40
Golghat - 34
Haflong - 30
Jia Bharali NTXing - 30
AP Ghat - 30
Bihipuria - 24
N.Lakhimpur - 23
Silchar - 22
Chaparmukh - 20
Rangia - 20
Maranhat - 20
Sibsagar - 20
BP Ghat - 20
Neamati Ghat - 20
Margherita - 20
Bihubar - 20
Numaligarh - 12
Puthimari - 10
Lakhipur - 10
Guhwathi - 10
Dholla Bazar - 10
Dhemaji - 10


No stopping of Rains in Himachal, ending 8.30 am on 04.04.2015

WD as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over eastern parts  of  Jammu  & Kashmir  &  neighbourhood and extends upto 2.1 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Long.75.0°E and north of Lat. 32.0°N  and is moving away eastnortheastwards

in mm (min 15 mm)

Bhandal - 78
Kheri - 48
Bangana - 40
Kalatop - 38
Sujanpur - 35
Manali - 35
Mandi - 35
Dalhousie - 33
Nadaun - 33
Saloni - 28
Nurpur - 28
Kukumsheri - 28
Bharwara - 27
Naina Devi - 26
Ghamroor - 25
Mehre - 24
Seobagh - 20
Bainath - 19
Amb - 18
Joginder Nagar - 17
Kasol - 17
Palampur - 15
Bhuntar - 15

Bordoichila season remains active in Assam, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 03.04.2015

The trough from Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim to North Bay of Bengal now extends from Western parts of Assam to North Bay of Bengal with an embedded cyclonic circulation over Assam & adjoining Bangladesh and extending up to 0.9 km above mean sea level. Hail storms were reported in NE states.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Silchar - 73
Harinagar - 71
Matijuri - 50
Maranhat - 40
Laharighat - 39
Golaghat - 30
Tezpur - 26
Pathurghat - 23
Tinsukia - 22
Bihpuria - 17 
Barpeta - 17
Kakopather - 16
Dhemaji - 16
Rangia - 13
Nazira - 13
Dibrugarh AP - 13
Udalgiri - 13
Jorhat - 11
Majbat - 11
Goalpara - 10
Borpathar,
Kokrajhar - 10
Marghertia - 10

WD shows its intense power over Haryana, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 03.04.2015

W.D. as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto 2.1km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Long 72E and north of Lat 30N

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kalanaur - 160
Sampla - 80
Hissar - 47
Bhiwani - 38
Ganaur - 23
Narnaul -  22
Balsamand - 21
Sonipat - 17
Beri - 13
Sadalpur - 10
Panipat - 10
Narvana - 10
Chacchrauli - 10

Karnataka continues to get Mango Showers, rainfall ending 8.30 am on 02.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshdweep area and neighbourhood has become less marked.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Kadaba - 75
Mardhala - 55
Haanagallu - 47
Doddabommatti - 41
Kuppehantha - 41
Varanga - 39
Ardi - 37
Kuchur - 35
Handigannur - 34
Ajekar - 33
Kodavatti - 32
Kalmane - 32
Jeni - 32
Koralikuppa - 29
Hosanagar - 28
Duddamagge - 26
Coove - 25
Somwarpet - 23
Sukravarsanthe - 23
Sringeri - 23
Gonibeedu - 22
Kerveshe - 22
Iavatur - 22
Hirebylu - 21
Bhagamandala - 21
Mangalore AP - 20
Koppa - 19
Ravandur - 18
Sunkatti - 18
Sagar - 18
Kaudle - 16
Nelligere - 16
Avinahalli - 16
Mysore - 15
Bindiganavole - 15
Kattaya - 15
Tirumakudalu Narasipura - 15
Kadaba - 15
Doddabommatti - 15
Albadi - 15
Sitanadi - 15

Kashmir and Himachal continues to get widespread rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 02.04.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D.) as an upper air cyclonic circulation over north Pakistan & adjoining Afghanistan is moving away eastnortheastwards

in mm

Himachal

Bhandal - 77
Tissa - 66
Saloni - 59
Kalatop - 41
Manali - 43
Bharmaur - 33
Seobagh - 31
Dalhousie - 30
Chamba - 27
Arki - 26
Kheri - 24
Kandaghat - 22
Kumarsain - 21
Bilaspur - 20
Naina Devi - 18
Bhuntar - 16
Gohar - 16
Sarahan - 15
Chhatarari - 15
Baldwara - 15
Dharamashala - 15

Kashmir

Batote - 67
Banihal - 67
Govindapura - 57
Kupawara - 48
Baramullah - 45
Bhaderwah - 42
Pahalgam - 39
Katra - 38
Jammu  - 34
Kawa - 32
Kukernag - 30
Srinagar - 28
Rambagh - 27
Gulmarg - 26
Chatha - 21
Kulgam - 16
Khudwani - 14
Malangapura - 14
Quazigund - 13
Zainapora - 10

Kanjirappally records 3rd 60 mm rainfall in consecutive days, Kerala rainfall ending 8.30 am on 02.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshdweep area and neighbourhood has become less marked.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kanjirappally - 61
Mancompu - 44
Piravom - 39
Kayamkulam - 34
Thrithala - 31
Kuppady - 28
Chimoni - 27
Peermade - 25
Perumbavur -24
Nedumangad - 24
Ponnani - 19
Kayamkulam - 19
Enamackel - 19
Varkala - 17
Pookot - 14
Neyyattinkara - 14
Vilangankunnu - 13
Vadakkancherry - 12
Kumarakom - 12
Mavelikkara - 11
Ambalavayal - 10
Thalassery - 10
Kochi AP - 10
Irinjalakuda - 10
Kozha - 10
Karipur AP - 10
Thariode - 10

Bordoichila continues to hit Assam and Arunachal, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 01.04.2015

The  trough  from  SubHimalayan West Bengal & Sikkim to north Bay of Bengal now lies as a cyclonic circulation extending upto 2.1 kms a.s.l. over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and neighbourhood

in mm (min 10 mm)

Arunachal

Tuting - 70
Arzoo - 65
Etalin - 56
Bordumsa - 50
Anini - 49
Khupa - 39
Tezu - 39
Pasighat - 33
Namsai - 30
Wakra - 30
Miao - 28
Tirap - 26
Itanagar - 14
Geku - 11
Basar - 10
Changlang - 10

Assam

Gharmura - 110 
Margherita - 50
Beki Mathanguri - 30 
Tinsukia - 21,
Kakipather - 21
Lakhipur - 20
Dholai - 20
Dhollabazar - 20
Harinagar - 17
Golaghat - 16 
Chouldhowaghat - 15
Kherunighat - 14
Kampur - 14
Lumding - 14
Matijuri - 14
Silchar - 13
Bihpuria - 12
Udalguri - 11
Amraghat - 10
Morang - 10
Nazira - 10

2nd day of heavy rains in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 01.04.2015

The cyclonic circulation over Lakshdweep area and neighbourhood persists and now extends upto 1.5 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Aithoor - 83
Bilinele - 83
Kadaba - 79
Sulya - 66
Chitturu - 55
Kallambalu - 55
Chitradurga - 55
Dandeli - 54
Chikknavangala - 49
Bantenahalli - 49
Yamasandi - 49
Belur - 45
Konanjageri - 44
Kikkeri - 43
Kota - 36
Bukkambudi - 32
Horakeredevarpur HD - 32
Koila - 31
Ankasandra - 29
Nagamangala - 29
Jinnur - 28
Napoklu - 28
Albadi - 27
Londa - 26
Alur (H) - 26
Sukravarsanthe - 25
Ankasandra - 24
Taraka - 23
Sunkasal - 22
Kairakunda - 22
Gonibeedu - 21
Koppa - 20
Kokkada - 20
Rabakavi - 20
Channahally - 20
Amparu - 20
Shanthahalli - 20
Sringeri - 20
Harti - 20
Asangi - 20
Mandya PTO - 20


1st big Norwestor of the season hits Bengal and Odisha, Rainfall ending. 8.30 am on 31.03.2015

The upper air trough from Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim to Chattisgarh now lies from Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim to north Bay of Bengal at 0.9 km above sea level.

in mm (min 10 mm)

West Bengal

Mahua Tea Estate - 68
Santiniketan ­ 60
Gheropara - 55
Murti - 54
Salt Lake - 49
Barrackpore - 43
Katwa - 41
Malbazar ­ 41
Malda - 39
Sekhampur - 34
Pedong ­ 32
Kolkata AP - 32
Panagarh - 29
Darjeeling - 25
Bagdogra - 23
Kolkata - 23
Aasanol - 23
Itahar - 21
Kalimpong - 19
Balurghat - 17
Jalpaiguri - 16
Chopra - 16
Magra - 15
Diamond Harbour - 15
Basirhat - 13
Kalyani - 13
Berhampure - 11
Krishnanagar - 11
Contai - 10
Kharagpur - 10
Uluberia - 10

Odisha

Rairangpur - 60
Daspalla - 39
Samakhunta - 30
Bissem - 30
Similiguda - 24
Muniguda - 22
Kaptipada - 21 
Kotraguda - 21
Nawana - 20
Jaipur - 20
Sorada - 19
Baripada - 18
Balasore - 15
Gania - 13
Koraput - 11
Joshipur - 10
Nilgiri - 10


LWD gives Karnataka heavy rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 31.03.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km a.s.l. ov er Comorin - Maldives area now lies over Lakshdweep area and neighbourhood. A wind discontinuity from the above cyclonic circulation persists from south Madhya Maharashtra across Kerala and interior Karnataka.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Paduvari - 107
Yadthare - 107
Siddapura (U) - 74
Nisarani - 60
Puttige - 51
Karopadi - 47
Udupi - 46
Mevundi - 45
Meguda - 40
Vendse - 39
Vitla - 37
Kuppe - 35
Surathkal - 34
Jayapura (C) - 31
Ajekar - 30
Holalu - 30
Shigli - 29
Chandriki - 29
Habal - 28 
Lingampalli - 28
Nidugunda - 28
Sampaje - 27
Koppa - 24
Susgadi - 24
Bhatkal - 19
Chittapur - 18
Sitanadi - 18
Shirali - 17
Targod - 16
Puttur - 16
Kerveshe - 16
Sagar - 15
Kuppepadavu - 15
Mani - 15
Nandibevur - 15


Historic March Rains in Kashmir, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 30.03.2015

The W.D. lies over North Pakistan & neighbourhood with a trough aloft in upper & mid tropospheric westerlies, roughly along Longitude 73.0°E and north of Latitude 25.0°N.

in mm (min 40 mm)

Katra - 139
Batote - 124
Govindpura - 121
Jammu - 98
Kukernag - 85
Banihal - 72
Qazigund - 70
Chatha - 69
Bhaderwah - 66
Anantnag - 64
Khudwani - 56
Pahalgam - 58
Baramullah - 53
Srinagar - 51
Malangpura - 50
Rambagh - 47
Zainapora - 42
Gulmarg - 40



Maharashtra gets heavy rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 30.03.2015

The Trough from Arunachal Pradesh to Odisha across Gangetic West Bengal now extends from Sub Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim to odisha with an embedded upper air cyclonic circulation over Jharkhand and Neighbourhood and extends upto 0.9 kms above mean sea level.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Thergaon - 80
Tathwade - 69
Amboli (Junnar) - 44
Amadapur - 35
Chikhli - 32
Joiti - 30
Akole - 30
Otur - 30
Dimbe - 29
Bhosari - 28
Chinchwad - 26
Patan - 25
Dimbhe - 22
Ambegaon - 22
Kasbevani - 21
Anewadi - 20
Pune Lavale - 19
Pune NDA - 18
Varthi - 18
Bela - 18
Bhandara - 18
Khadakwasla - 17
Morshi - 17
Pune Pashan - 16
Akodi - 16
Aaptale - 15
Aamgaon - 15
Khamari - 15
Kondha - 15
Manchar - 15
Bagh Shirpur - 15


Himachal gets rains from WD, ending 8.30 am on 30.03.2015

The W.D. lies over North Pakistan & neighbourhood with a trough aloft in upper & mid tropospheric westerlies, roughly along Longitude 73.0°E and north of Latitude 25.0°N.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Manali - 52
Gohar - 41
Seobagh - 38
Bhandal - 36
Kalpa - 35
Sangla - 31
Kumarsain - 30
Kukumsheri - 28
Reckon - 27
Joginder Nagar - 26
Bhuntar - 22
Sundernagar - 21
Bijahi - 21
Hamirpur - 20
Bangana - 20
Bajaura - 19
Tissa - 18
Mehre - 18
Rohru - 17
Kothipura - 16
Kalatop - 16
Manikaran - 16
Dalhousie - 15
Leo - 15

Rains are back in Kashmir, ending 8.30 am on 29.03.2014

Western Disturbance (W.D) as a trough aloft in upper & mid tropospheric westerlies, runs roughly along Longitude 66.0°E and north of Latitude 23.0°N. Under the influence of WD, an induced low pressure area has formed over central parts of Pakistan & adjoining West Rajasthan with associated cyclonic circulation extends upto 0.9 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kupwara 58
Gulmarg - 52
Baramullah - 51
Pahalgam - 47
Srinagar IAF - 45
Srinagar - 44
Rambagh - 44
Katra - 35
MAlangapura - 32
Zainapora - 27
Banihal - 25
Quazigund - 22
Anatnag - 21
Kulgam - 21
Kukernag - 21
Batote - 14
Jammu - 13
Govindapura - 11

Bordoichila pounds Assam for 2nd day, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 28.03.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Jharkhand & adjoining Bihar now seen as a trough from East Bihar to South Chattisgarh and extends up to 1.5 km above mean sea level.

in mm

Dhubri - 65
Kajalgaon - 39
Chamata - 38
Goalpara - 36
Guwahati AP - 30
Dudhnoi - 26
Baihata Chariali - 24
Nalbari - 19
Rangia - 19
Gossaigaon - 18 
Mushalpuar - 16
Jorhat - 16
Borkhetri - 16
Srijangram - 16
Raha - 14
Patharughat - 12
Dibrugarh AP - 11
Barepta - 11
Naharkatia
Kokrajhar - 9 
Golghat - 8
Laharighat - 7
Marghertia - 7
Dibrugarh - 7
Kakopather - 5
Udalguri - 5
Tamalpur - 5
Nazira - 5
Bakojan - 5



Kalbaishakhi Season starts in West Bengal and Bordoichila Season starts in Assam, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 27.03.2015


The upper air cyclonic circulation over Jharkhand & neighbourhood now lies over Jharkhand & adjoining Bihar and extending up to 0.9 km above mean sea
level.

in mm

Assam

Golaghat CWC - 70
Golaghat - 60
Dhubri - 53
Miao(ARG) &
Barpeta - 40
Dhollabazar - 24
Kokrajhar - 23
Nalbari - 11
Borkhetri - 10
Baihata Chariali - 6
Kajalgaon - 5
Rangia - 5
Margherita - 5

West Bengal

Pedong ­ 62
CoochBehar - 49
Toofanganj - 34
Alipurduar ­ 34
Chopra - 26
Jalpaiguri - 16
Malbazar - 11
Kalimpong Agro - 5

5th day of continuous rains in Desert Rajasthan, ending 8.30 am on 17.03.2015

The western  disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies as a trough in mid & upper tropospheric westerlies with its axis at 5.8 kms a.s.l. running roughly along Longitude 75°E to the north of Latitude 30°N.

in mm (min 5 mm)


Siliserh - 58
Jaisamand - 50
Bansur - 50
Pilani - 43
Thanagazi - 30
Malakhera - 26
Mangalsar - 22
Kotputli - 21
Reni - 13
Alwar - 10
Keshavrai Patan - 8
Behroad - 5
Rajgarh - 5
Ramgarh - 5
Baswa - 5
Redia - 5
Bahadurpur - 5
Bawanwas - 5


2nd day of heavy rains lash North India, ending 8.30 am on 17.03.2015

The western  disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies as a trough in mid & upper tropospheric westerlies with its axis at 5.8 kms a.s.l. running roughly along Longitude 75°E to the north of Latitude 30°N.

Kashmir

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kathua - 90
Shalimar - 68
Banihal - 66
Katara - 56
Bhaderwah - 54
Quazigund - 52
Kawa - 52
Udhampur - 50
Batote - 49
Govindapura - 48
Kukernag - 47
Jammu - 46
Pahalgam - 36
Chatha - 30
Srinagar - 24
Gulmarg - 21
Baramullah - 20
Khudwani - 20
Kupwara - 18
Zainapora - 14
Ramgah - 10
Malangapura - 10

Himachal Pradesh

in mm (min 15 mm)

Bhandal - 62
Dalhousie -  52
Kasauli - 46
Naina Devi - 40
Dharampur - 35
Nurpur - 34
Kheri - 30
Ghamroor - 29
Saloni - 27
Dharamshala - 25
Baldwara - 24
Kalatop - 24
Mehre - 22
Palampur - 21
Bilaspur - 20
Jubbarhatti - 20
Chail - 20
Kandaghat - 20
Sarahan - 20
Shimla - 19
Kothipura - 18
Solan - 18
Manali - 18
Hamirpur - 18
Chelsea - 16
Shimla CPRI - 16
Nauni - 16
Kangra - 15
Sundernagar - 15
Hipa - 15
Kasol- 15

Punjab

in mm (min 10 mm)

Madhopur - 73
Shahpur Kandi - 71
Fatehgarh Sahib - 40
Adampur - 17
Chandigarh - 16
Patiala - 15
Kishankot - 13
Aur Phambra Road - 12
Nawanshahar - 11
Salern - 10

2nd day of rains in Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 17.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala now lies over southeast Arabian sea and adjoining Lakshadweep area.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Vaikom - 70
Cherthala - 51
Mancompu - 48
Muvattupuzha - 30
Vellanikkara - 30
Kottayam - 29
Kozha - 29
Neyyattinkara - 28
Alappuzha - 27
Chengannur - 26
Angadippuram - 26
Vilangankunnu - 25
Kurudamannil - 23
Kanjirappally - 21
Kochi CIAL - 20
Kumarakom - 19
Piravom - 14
Sengulam - 13
Poringal - 12
Pookot - 12
Munnar - 11
Ambalavayal - 11
Madupattey - 11
Vythri - 11
Chalakudy - 10
Enamackel - 10
Pamba - 10
Lower Sholayar - 10
Mananthavady - 10

North India gets battered, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 16.03.2015

The western disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto mid tropospheric levels.

Kashmir

in mm (min 25 mm)

Banihal - 102
Govindapura - 93
Batote - 80
Bhaderwah - 69
Chatha - 56
Katara - 54
Khudwani - 51
Kawa - 45
Kukernag - 44
Zainapura - 37
Srinagar - 37
Malangapura - 39
Jammu - 39
Ramgah - 29
Kupwara - 27
Pahalgam - 25
Gulmarg - 25
Baramullah - 25


Himachal Pradesh

in mm (min 15 mm)

Dalhousialha - 66
Kheri - 65
Bhandal - 49
Bangana - 45
Dharamshala - 43
Saloni - 38
Nurpur - 36
Shahpur - 35
Baijnath - 34
Naina Devi - 30
Gaggal - 29
Kangra - 29
N.Suriyan - 26
Palampur - 25
Una - 24
Guler - 21
Chhatarari - 21
Ghamroor - 19
Bharwara - 18
Nadaun -17
Kalatop - 17
Kothipura - 15

Punjab

in mm (min 10 mm)

Faridkot - 97
Shahpur Kandi  - 69
Moga - 44
Kapurthala - 35
Ferojpur - 32
Amritstar - 22
Taran Taran - 21
Jalandhar - 21
Nakodar - 19
Jagraon - 16
Ludhiana - 11
Kisankot - 10
Adampur - 10

Uttar Pradesh

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kanpur Tehsil - 120
Kanpur AP - 83
Sikandara - 57
Shahbad - 40
Maudaha - 46
Lucknow - 28
Saifai - 26
Manipuri - 25
Bidhuna - 24
Agra - 20
Charkar - 20
Chunar - 19
Banda - 18
Varnasi - 14
Salaon - 13
Pindra - 13
Hardoi - 11
Jhansi - 11
Baharaich - 11
Milkipur - 10
Allahabad - 10
Fursatganj - 10
Meerut - 10
Lalganj - 10
Muzzafarnagar - 10
Sultanpur - 10
Handai - 10
Bhiti - 10
Tundla - 10


Karnataka gets Moderate rainfall, ending 8.30 am on 16.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Catacatanahalli - 65
Shivamogga - 58
Navile - 51
Belavadi - 49
Kanakatte - 49
Kattemalalavadi - 41
Kattige - 38
Kakotuparambu - 31
Halebeedu - 30
Sulebhavi - 24
Karehalli - 23
Amingad - 22
Kopa - 21
Nidige - 20
Tadakanahalli - 20
Halkurke - 19
K Siddapura - 18
Tanigebylu - 16
Tangadgi - 16
Madapura - 15
Murnad - 15
Biccodu - 15
Ganaualu - 15
Hosur - 14
Mylara - 14
Kokkada - 12
Miyaru - 12
Muthuru - 11
Shivani - 11
Hunagundi - 11
Shikaripura - 11
Kammaradi - 10
Satnuru - 10
Kappanahalli - 10
Hosakere - 10
Kadur - 10
Kiranagi - 10
Rippanpete - 10
Kodekal - 10



Kerala gets rain after a break, ending 8.30 am on 16.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level over Lakshadweep area & neighbourhood now lies over Lakshadweep area & adjoining Kerala.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Kozha - 76
Vellanikkara - 42
Kuttiyady - 38
Pattambi - 36
Irinjalakuda - 31
Perinthalmanna - 29
Idamalayar - 29
Thrissur - 28
Karipur AP - 27
Parambikulam - 27
Angadippuram - 26
Thekkadi - 24
Kozhikode - 24
Kottayam - 23
Vadakkancherry - 22
Kunnamkulam - 22
Thrithala - 22
Lower Sholayar - 20
Enamackel - 19
Vilangankunnu - 14
Chennganur - 13
Quilandy - 11
Palakkad - 10
Piravom - 10
Chimoni - 10
Kochi CIAL - 10
Thalaserry - 10


Madhya Pradesh gets widespread rainfall ending 8.30 am on 15.03.2015

An  upper  air  cyclonic  circulation  extending  upto  0.9  km  a.s.l.  lies  over Chhattisgarh and neighbourhood. The trough at mean sea level from Lakshadweep area to north Madhya Maharashtra has become less marked.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Sabalgarh - 80
Sheopur -57
Morena - 40
Karahal - 37
Javra - 34
Ambha - 34
Gwalior - 34
Lateri - 30
Barasia - 29
Pachmarhi - 25
Jatara - 23
Tikamgarh - 22  
Bhopal - 21
Narwar - 21
Shivpuri - 21
Rajgad - 20
Khargone - 19
Guna - 18
Isagarh - 18
Nowgong - 17
Thikri - 15
Vidisha - 15
Indore - 15
Karera - 15
Raisen - 15
Sagar - 15
Shajapur - 15


Massive Hailstorm hits Nagpur, Maharashtra Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 15.03.2015

An  upper  air  cyclonic  circulation  extending  upto  0.9  km  a.s.l.  lies  over Chhattisgarh and neighbourhood. The trough at mean sea level from Lakshadweep area to north Madhya Maharashtra has become less marked

in mm (min 15 mm)

Aurangabad Chikalthana AP - 48
Pimpalgaon - 40
Mandavgan - 35
Kannad - 32
Bharadi - 31
Babhaleshwar - 30
Hatkanangale - 28
Lasurgaon - 26
Semadoh - 26
Aashwi - 22
Nazare - 21
Chapadgaon - 21
Samsherpur - 21
Khanapur - 21
Gangapur - 20
Sillod - 20
Vaijappur - 20
Khuldabad - 20
Erandol - 20
Wadegavhan - 20
Khandala - 20
Nannaj - 19
Talegaon - 19
Loni - 19
Pimparane - 18
Dahigaon - 18
Balanagar - 18
Aanwa - 18
Ramnagar - 18
Tembhursonda - 18
Rajur - 17
Nagaon - 17
Yelavi - 16
Jamkhed - 16
Rohilagad - 16
Ankalkhop - 15
Walki - 15
Varangaon - 15
Dewalali - 15
Ghod - 15
Chikhalda - 15
Jalgaon - 15
Muktainagar - 15


Is it Rajasthan or Kashmir see for yourself, Rainfall / Hailstorm in Rajasthan ending 8.30 am on 15.03.2015

The feeble induced low pressure area now lies as an induced low pressure area over west Rajasthan and neighbourhood with the associated cyclonic circulation extending upto 2.1 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 35 mm)

Bijolia - 75
Indergarh - 75
Hindoli -74
Sawai Madhopur - 70
Tordisagar- 67
Badnor - 67
Banera - 66
Beawar - 66
Shakargarh - 64
Keshavrai Patan - 63
Motisagar - 58
Kota - 58
Khandar - 57
Mandalgarh - 56
Bisalpur - 55
Vansthli - 55
Kareda - 55
Mandal - 55
Jahajpur - 54
Deopura - 51
Paroli - 51
Aligarh - 50
Digod - 50
Hurda - 50
Juggar - 48
Phagi - 48
Ramgarh - 47
Bhilwara - 47
Shabad - 47
Deoli - 46
Mashi - 46
Mangliawas - 46
Sambhugarh - 45
Begun - 45
Sambhar - 43
Asind - 43
Dholpur - 42
Shahpura - 42
Bundi - 41
Chauthka Barwara - 41
Chandsen - 40
Pawta - 40
Bhinay - 39
Talera - 39
Sanganer - 38
Gayangarh - 38
Nasirabad - 38
Tatgarh - 38
Kanota - 37
Chaksu - 37
Jawaja - 37
Bawanwas - 36
Morasagar - 36
Pipalda - 36
Lalsot - 36
Todarisingh - 36
Jaipur - 36
Jaipur AP - 36
Dabla - 36
Nainwa - 36
Pisagan - 36
Rahuwas - 35
Phulera - 35
Karoikala - 35
Kotri - 35
Niwai - 35
Morel - 35
Sikrai - 35
Jaipur IDR - 35

Maharashtra continues to get rains, ending 8.30 am on 12.03.2015

The trough at mean sea level from Lakshadweep area to north Konkan now extends from Lakshadweep area to Gujarat region across coa stal areas of Karnataka and Maharashtra.

in mm (min 25 mm)

Anturli - 59
Akole - 55
Patur - 46
Vihigaon - 41
Alegaon - 40
Pachgani - 39
Dhad - 38
Amalner - 37
Ambegaon - 37
Manikodh - 35
Jawala - 35
Dhaba - 35
Amalgaon - 35
Chowka - 35
Sasti - 34
Bharwas - 34
Khaknar - 32
Shirud - 32
Agar - 31
Jalgaonamod - 30
Channi - 30
Wazar - 30
Umara - 30
Kalegaon - 29
Medshi - 29
Sanglud - 29
Sawalikheda - 28
Wadner - 28
Wadshingi - 28
Babhulgaon - 28
Wawade - 28
Khadkwasla - 27
Dhanora - 27
Akolkhed - 27
Adgaon - 26
Kalmodi - 26
Wyala - 26
Akot - 26
Pimpalgaon - 25
Ansing - 25
Kapustalani - 25
Pankanhergaon - 25
Shelu - 25
Anjangaon - 25
Jafrabad - 25
Shiravali - 25
Madh - 25
Moleshwari - 25
Raver - 25

Maharashtra is getting rains, while entire country is dry, ending 8.30 am on 11.03.2015

The trough of low at mean sea level  from  Lakshadweep  area  to  south  Madhya  Maharashtra  now  extends  from  Lakshadweep  area  to  north  Konkan  across  coastal Karnataka.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Kundal - 73
Kasari - 60
Yelavi - 60
Pendgaon - 52
Morigiri - 51
Shalgaon - 48
Kolgoan - 46
Marali - 44
Saswad - 44
Borivade - 44
Pimpalgaon - 44
Khanapur - 42
Wangi - 42
Goregaon - 42
Tarali - 41
Supane - 41
Waduj - 41
Bembali - 40
Kirloskarwadi - 37
Palus - 37
Mhalasjawala - 36
Chandoh - 35
Umbraj - 34
Chichondi - 34
Madha - 34
Upshinghe - 33
Kale - 32
Pusesavali - 32
Channi - 32
Wathar - 30
Sonat - 30
Temghar  - 30
Yelgaon - 30
KoparadeHaveli - 30
Tasgaon - 30
Mungala - 30
Muthe - 30
Kumbharwalan - 30
Maulagi - 30
Sasawad - 30
Lokhandi - 30


Widespread Rains continue in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015

A trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

in mm (min 25 mm)

Yemmedoddi - 96
Shahpur - 76
Gududar - 64
Nesargi - 64
Dharwad Hos - 51
Uppinangady - 50
Bhagavathi - 49
Dharwad - 48
Kurugodu - 47
Hethur - 45
Katageri - 44
Kulageri Cross - 42
Sutagatti - 40
Katkol - 38
Soundathi - 36
Deodurg - 40
Havangi - 34
Talaguppa - 32
Thogarsi - 32
Nalwar - 32
Kurikuppa - 32
Vijaypura - 31
Bailhongal - 30
Kerur - 30
Pradhani - 28
Devihosur - 28
Sedam - 28
Tigadi - 28
Bheemarayangudi - 26
Tilavalli - 26
Udevu - 26
Haveri - 26
Hulikatti - 25
Tadas - 25
Hirebagewadi - 25
Sukravarsanthe - 25
Yergatti - 25
Ajekar - 25
Sammasgi - 25


2nd day of rains in Maharashtra, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015

A trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Manora - 78
Nagthana - 57
Kondhala - 45
Pardi Takmor - 42
Pendgaon - 41
Dhapewada - 40
Pardi Aasare - 35
Goregaon - 34
Washim -34
Kekatumara - 32
Mangarulpir - 31
Mohpa - 31
Aasegaon - 30
Ansing - 30
Aundha - 28
Kondhali - 27
Shelu - 27
Poti - 26
Kauthal - 26
Kolha - 26
Rithad - 26
Vairag - 26o
Vita - 25
Visapur - 25
Nevari - 25
Bambhora - 24
Inzhori - 24
Dhanora - 24
Kalemeshwer - 23
Semadoh - 23
Darvha - 22
Bhar - 21
Rajgaon - 20
Lawul - 20
Kupata - 20
Amaravati - 20
Sindkhedraja - 20
Nawasari - 20
Talegaon - 20
Soegaon - 20
Shrigonda - 20
Karjat - 20
Giroli - 20
Yelavi - 20
Diganchi - 20


Moderate rains in Telangana, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015

A trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Mahabubabad - 71
Tandur -  41
Peddemul - 35
Malyal - 27
Bhiknur - 16
Navangidi - 15
Malchelma - 11
Domakonda - 11
Bijwar - 10
Chinnajatram - 8
Mominpet - 8
Gangadhara - 7
Dharur - 7
Utkoor - 7
Yellandu - 7
Marpalle - 6
Gundlamachanur -6
Vikarabad - 6
Bayyaram - 6
Bodhan - 5
Zaffergadh - 5
Gundamal - 5
Lingaipalle - 5
Madanpalle - 5
Makthal - 5
Maganoor - 5
Bomraspeta - 5


Moderate rains in Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 10.03.2015

A trough at mean sea level extends from Lakshadweep area to south Madhya Maharashtra across coastal & north interior Karnataka.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Kayamkulam - 68
Thariode - 25
Mavelikkara - 25
Kuppady - 24
Nedumangad - 23
Kollengode - 18
Irikkur - 18
Taliparamba - 18
Thenmala - 15
Vadakara - 13
Chittur - 11
Anchal - 10
Kurudamannil - 8
Thalassery - 8
Haripad - 7
Kuttiyady - 5
Meenagadi - 5
Chengannur - 5

Maharashtra gets renewed spell of rains from LWD, ending 8.30 am 09.03.2015

The trough / wind discontinuity in the lower levels now extends from Lakshadweep area to east Madhya Pradesh across north interior Karnataka and interior Maharashtra

in mm (min 10 mm)

Gosikhurd - 57
Patan - 41
Joiti - 39
Korpana - 37
Dudhani - 34
Akkalkot - 28
Chatgaon - 28
Pench Asolamendha - 27
Udgir - 21
Hanegaon - 20
Markhel - 18
Malegaon - 18
Pendhari - 16
Borol - 15
Sagroli - 15
Aheri - 15
Erai - 14
Desaiganj - 12
Bhamaragad - 12
Murumgaon - 11
Shankarpur - 11
Mulchera - 10
Kini - 10
Kundalwadi - 10
Wadsa - 10
Dewani - 10
Deoni -10
Mukramabad - 10
Ashti - 10
Wadner  - 10
Gadchiroli - 10
Brahamani - 10
Mohali - 10

Himachal gets next Spell of rains from WD, ending 8.30 am on 09.03.2015

Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining  Jammu  & Kashmir  and extends upto mid tropospheric levels with a trough aloft runs roughly along Long. 72°E and north of Lat 25°N.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Jubbal - 65
Kheri- 51
Chamba - 43
Rampur - 43
Udaipur - 43
Seobagh - 36
Kangra - 35
Gaggal - 35
Bhuntar - 35
Arki - 35
Mehre - 32
Nagrota Suriyan - 32
Gohar - 32
Rohru -32
Solan - 31
Dharamshala - 31
Bajaura - 31
Banjar - 30
Joginder Nagar - 30
Rajgarh - 30
Harimpur - 28
Kandhaghat - 25
Sundernagar - 25
Annu - 25
Shahpur - 25
Mandi - 24
Kalatop - 21
Shimla - 20
Palampur - 20
Bilaspur - 20


Karnataka gets Widespread heavy rains due to LWD, ending 8.30 am 09.03.2015

The trough / wind discontinuity in the lower levels now extends from Lakshadweep area to east Madhya Pradesh across north interior Karnataka and interior Maharashtra

in mm (min 35 mm)

Javagal - 192
Kiraganduru - 116
Dharwad HOS - 93
Suntnoor - 86
Koppa - 84
Hiremaralihalli - 77
Bidar - 72
Bidar PTO - 69
Vastare - 67
Dharmasthala - 67
Ramapura - 66
Agumbe - 65
Annigere - 62
Bellatti - 61
Belur - 60
Bikkodu - 56
Dummawad - 55
Jayapura C - 53
Chickmagalur - 53
Abbigere - 51
Nagenahalli - 47
Bennihalli - 47
Kadaba - 45
Mundwad - 43
Dundasi - 43
Kannangi - 45
Kalaburgi - 40
Hospet - 40
Laxmeshwar - 39
Banavara - 39
Dharawad - 38
Hosaritti - 38
Eedu - 37
Bankapur - 37
Savanur - 37
Amminabhavi - 36
Gulbarga - 36
Kanguvalli - 36
Janwada - 35
Idagundi - 35
Nagnur Byaraj - 35
Nimberga - 35


Fresh Spell of heavy rains in Kashmir from WD, ending 8.30 am on 09.03.2015

Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Pakistan and adjoining  Jammu  & Kashmir  and extends upto mid tropospheric levels with a trough aloft runs roughly along Long. 72°E and north of Lat 25°N.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Shalimar - 99
Srinagar IAF - 78
Pahalgam - 72
Banihal - 72
Batote - 66
Bhaderwah - 54
Srinagar - 54
Quazigund - 52
Kukernag - 50
Gulmarg - 40
Baramullah - 19
Kawa - 17
Katra - 14
Jammu - 12

Widespread heavy rains in Telangana due to LWD, ending 8.30 am 09.03.2015

The trough / wind discontinuity in the lower levels now extends from Lakshadweep area to east Madhya Pradesh across north interior Karnataka and interior Maharashtra

in mm (min 40 mm)

Sirpur - 84
Madanpalle - 78
Vikarabad - 72
Bantaram -71
Bollaram Patti - 70
Hathnoora - 69
Marpalle - 68
Malchelma - 64
Mominpet - 63
Birkoor - 60
Kosgi - 58
GundlaMachanur - 58
Peddemul - 57
Almaipet - 51
Tandur - 51
Kandi -50
Banswada - 49
Sadasivanagar - 47
Nathinoipalle - 46
Medak - 44
Dharur - 44
Sanrangapur - 43
Jharasangam - 43
Peddemul - 42
Jukkal- 41
Pulkal - 40
Manoor - 40
Meerkhanpet - 40
Minipur - 40
Digwal - 40
Nyalkal     - 40
Naggareddipet - 40


LWD rain continues in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 08.03.2015 

A trough / wind discontinuity in the lower levels runs from Lakshadweep area to west Madhya Pradesh across coastal & north interior Karnataka and interior Maharashtra.
   
in mm (min 15 mm)

Doddabygathavalli - 72
Ganjalagodu - 72
Mushigeri - 53
Dundalli - 53
Arasalu - 44
Arkalgud - 41
Kondaguli - 40
Yalawar - 40
Belagatta - 35
Dudda - 34
Halekote - 33
Honnahalli - 31
Bindiganavole - 31
Turuvanur - 30
Kerehalli - 30
Koradakera - 29
Shirahatti - 29
S.Bidare - 29
Magadipalya - 27
Madraki - 27
Gorur - 26
Koyyuru - 25
Roudalabanda - 25
Ainolli - 23
Madgal - 23
Kudatini - 21
Marola - 21
Bendaganavele - 18
Deodurg - 17
Kaggere - 16
Dharmasthala - 16
Bhimalkhed - 16
Udabanalli - 15
Boodigere - 15
Kottigehara - 15
Tyagadabaji - 15
Madapura - 15
Basarikatte - 15

Interior Karnataka continues to get widespread rain, ending 8.30 am on 07.03.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and adjoining Maldives area extending upto 0.9 km above mean sea level persists.

in mm (min 25 mm)

K.Shettihalli - 80
Salagame - 65
Markandeyanakere - 64
Udbooru - 63
Nariyandada - 62
Gullahalli - 59
Malur - 56
Dugnoor - 52
Palya - 50
Arebommanahalli - 49
Chimkod - 49
Jayapura - 47
Somayajalpalli - 45
Mudabalu - 44
Badavanahalli - 35
Badanaguppe - 35
Bagur - 34
Mysuru - 33
Nanjangud - 33
Anekal - 31
Huliyurdurga - 31
Midigeshi - 30
Ramanagara - 30
T.Narasipura - 28
Dudda - 28
Mirle - 28
Ravandur - 27
Bilikere - 26
Srirangapatna - 25
Harohally - 25
Kallur - 25
Shantigrama - 25
Duddamagge - 25
Hassaan - 25
Alur - 25
Rayapura - 25
Namagondlu - 25
Madlagiri - 25
Manyaramasalawada - 25

Telangana Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 07.03.2015

The upper air cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and adjoining Maldives area extending upto 0.9 km above mean sea level persists.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Siddipet - 96
Gudur - 43
Enugallu - 43
Dornakal - 40
Redlawada - 39
Bayyaram - 37
Karepalli - 33
Thiramalapur - 32
Bachannapeta - 29
Vattemla - 28
Malliyal - 27
Mahabubabad - 25
Proddatur - 24
Parvathagiri - 24
Kandikatkoor - 23
Pashamylaram - 23
Edulur - 22
Paladugu - 21
Shammirapet - 20
Alladurg - 20
Rajapet - 20
Ramachandrapuram - 20
Komalavancha - 20
Mallaram - 20
Manal - 20
Garla - 20
Nyalkal - 20
Keesara - 20
Nekkonda - 20

Arunachal gets 1st spell of the pre-monsoon season, ending 8.30 am on 05.03.2015

An upper air trough from Bangladesh to coastal Odisha now runs from Western parts of Assam to North Bay of Bengal across Bangladesh and extends up to 0.9 km asl.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Anini - 99
Tuting - 93
Arzoo - 77
Etalin - 65
Tezu - 36
Passighat - 19
Khupa - 15
Geku - 12
Basar - 12


South AP continues to get much needed rains, ending 8.30 am 05.03.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km  a.s.l. over Comorin area and adjoining south Tamil Nadu now lies over Lakshadweep-Maldives areas.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Kuppam - 62
Santhipuram - 52
Botlagudur - 50
Vaddadi - 49
Rapur - 45
Gaadhirai - 39
Gudipalle - 38
Irala - 29
Kangundi - 29
Penumuru - 29
Lakkanapalle - 27
Cheedikada - 26
Chodavaram - 26
Kolamasanapalle - 23
Sydapuram - 22
Madugula - 20
Pakala - 19
Chandragiri - 16
Pathikonda - 15
Puthalapattu - 15
Torragudipadu - 15
Thota Kanuma - 15
Agarala - 15
Perumalpalle - 15
Dharmavaram - 15
Dubagunta - 15


Dry regions of South AP gets good rains, ending 8.30 am on 04.03.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km a.s.l. over Comorin area and adjoining Srilanka now lies over Comorin area and adjoining south Tamil Nadu.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Kanduru - 63
Maavaturu - 58
Tallampadu - 56
Agarala - 54
Govindapuram - 49
Tirupati - 48
Gangudupalle - 45
Nimmanapalle - 44
Madakasira - 42
Chandragiri - 34
Penukonda - 34
Pedda Bodhanam    34
Dharmavaram - 33
Sri Bommaraju Puram - 31
Arogayavaram - 28
Peddamanthur - 28
Vempalle Juvupalli Road - 26
Cheedikada - 24
Chatlamitta - 23
Karani - 23
Koppunuru - 23
Lingala  - 23
Nandayal - 23
Puttaparthi - 20
Valasapalle - 20
Settigunta - 20
Yerrabalem - 20
Anantpur - 20


1st spell of Pre-monsoon rains in Kerala, ending 8.30 am on 04.03.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 0.9 km a.s.l. over Comorin area and adjoining Srilanka now lies over Comorin area and adjoining south Tamil Nadu.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Mavelikkara - 90
Thodupuzha - 76
Kozha - 46
Anchal - 31
Idamalayar - 28
Nedumangad - 18
Konni  - 17
Kanjirappally - 14
Poringal - 13
Punalur - 12
Peermade - 9
Lower Sholayar - 8
Neyyattinkara - 8
Pamba - 8
Kayamkulam - 6
Piravom - 6
Ponmudi - 6
Munnar - 6
Parambikulam - 5
Cherathla - 5
Thenmala - 5
Meenkara - 5


2nd day of rains in Uttra Pradesh, ending 8.30 am 03.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto 4.5 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 70.0°E and north of Latitude 20.0°N.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Baheri - 70
Puranpur - 67
Bareilly - 49
Muhammadi - 43
Nighasan - 43
Nighasan - 40
Hindon - 35
Hasanpur - 33
Chayal - 31
Allahabad - 30
Bara - 30
Narora - 28
Nareni - 26
Aligarh - 24
Muzaffarnagar - 24
Tundla - 21
Sambhal - 21
Agra - 20
Shahbad - 20
Lalganj - 20
Kanpur - 20
Moradabad - 20



Uttrakhand continues to get heavy rains, ending 8.30 am 03.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto 4.5 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 70.0°E and north of Latitude 20.0°N.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Nainital - 82
Champawat - 81
Dehradun - 71
Haridwar - 70
Mukteshwar - 62
Banbasa - 60
Haripur - 57
Jollygrant - 54
Deoprayag - 54
Pithoragarh - 51
Joshimath - 51
Naugaon - 48
Pantnagar - 47
Nandkeshri - 47
Koteshwar - 47
Rishikesh - 46
Ranichawari - 44
Tuini  - 44
Tehri - 41
Bharsar - 40
Marora - 39
Kalagarh - 38
Almora - 36
Roorkee - 36
Matela - 36
Srinagar - 33
Hathiari - 32

Himachal Pradesh gets extended spell of heavy rains,  03.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto 4.5 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 70.0°E and north of Latitude 20.0°N.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Arki - 111
Naina Devi - 63
Jateon Barrage - 62
Kandaghat - 62
Dharmpur - 57
Paonta Sahib - 56
Kotkhai - 55
Sarahan - 54
Nahan - 52
Kheri - 52
Solan - 51 
Gohar - 49
Nauni - 47
Renuka - 46
Una - 45
Shimla CPRI - 45
Amb - 44
Jubbarhatti - 40
Bharwara - 39
Shimla - 38
Tinder - 38
Dharamshala - 36
Seobagh- 36
Bhandal - 36
Palampur - 30
Shahpur - 30
Yaswant Nagar - 30

2nd day of very heavy rains in Maharashtra, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (60 mm)

Ratnara - 130
Mundikota - 130
Paraswada - 117
Kardi - 110
Tiroda - 110
Rajoli - 110
Bhandara - 100
Ravanwadi - 98
Bela - 98
Thanegaon - 95
Gangazari - 94
Kargaon - 93
Kamtha - 92
Wadegaon - 90
Mahagaon - 90
Pachkhedi - 89
Mohadi - 86
Malewada - 85
Mandhal - 84
Varthi - 83
Akodi - 78
Weltur - 75
Tulasani - 74
Pahela - 74
Sakoli - 72
Davva - 72
Bhiwapur - 71
Mauda - 69
Dasgaon - 68
Nand - 68
Dhanla - 65
Nimkheda - 65
Mohadi - 65
Makardhokda - 64
Devrukh - 63
Khamari - 62
Kuhi - 62
Salwan - 62
Turkewadi - 62
Shivani - 62
Kodamendi - 61
Lamaj - 60
Kanhalgaon - 60
Khat - 60
Dhargaon - 60
Kondha - 60
Pavani - 60
Aamgaon - 60
Satephala - 60
Khapari - 60
Kandri - 60



Uttar Pradesh's Rainest day, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (20 mm)

Tilhar - 84
Khekra - 74
Shamli - 71
Chitrakoot - 53
Muzaffarnagar - 52
Kanpur - 49
Baraut -43
Banda - 41
Meerut - 38
Nareni - 37
Hardoi - 30
Charkari - 29
Lucknow - 27
Hapur - 24
Sikandra - 24
Hasanpur - 23
Lalganj - 22
Allahabad - 21
Nighasan - 20

Harayana's heaviest spell of rain this year, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015


Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (30 mm)

Jhahhar - 146
Naraingarh - 122
Karnal - 97
Narvana - 91
Uchani - 87
Ganaur - 82
Chacchrauli - 78
Narayangarh -75
Ambala - 73
Sonipat - 70
Chandigarh - 64
Kurukshetra - 63
Barara - 62
Panchkula - 61
Beri - 47
Kaul - 46
Faridabad - 45
Kaithal - 42
Hissar - 35
Balsamand - 35
Kalanur - 30
Hansi - 30
Palwal - 30
Sadalpur - 30

3rd day of Heavy rains in Kashmir, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (30 mm)

Katra - 129
Udhampur IAF - 100
Banihal - 79
Jammu - 72
Batote - 68
Chatha - 67
Govindapura - 66
Bhaderwah - 63
Qazigund - 59
Kukernag - 43
Kawa - 41
Pahalgam - 35
Srinagar - 35
Gulmarg - 34
Khudwani - 30
Kupwara - 30


Uttrakhand gets widespread rains, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (20 mm)

Dehradun - 72
Deoprayag - 72
Ranichwari - 71
Jollygrant - 63
Mussorie - 60
Nainital - 60
Kasya - 60
Koteshwar - 53
Mukteshwar - 50
Srinagar - 47
Pantnagar - 46
Champawat - 46
Marora - 45
Haridwar - 44
Uttarkashi - 42
Bharsar - 41
Roorke - 38
Tehri - 37
Rishikesh - 35
Kalagarh - 31
Nandkeshri - 30
Jakholi - 28
Pithoragarh - 24  
Joshimath - 23
Karnaprayag - 23
Rudraprayag - 20

Heaviest Rains in Himachal this year, ending 8.30 am on 02.03.2015

Western Disturbance (W.D) as an upper air cyclonic circulation now lies over north Pakistan and extends upto 3.6 km above msl with a trough aloft roughly along Longitude 68.0°E and north of Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (40 mm)

Renuka - 149
Sirmaur - 122
Kandaghat - 122
Dharmpur - 120
Kasauli - 119
Nahan - 116
Sangraha - 115
Solan - 89
Amb - 85
Rajgarh - 84
Nauni - 83
Palampur - 81 
Una - 81
Kahu - 80
Mehre - 79
Chail - 78
Annu - 70
Bangana - 70
Gohar - 69
Bhandal - 68
Jubbarhatti - 68
Jhandutta - 67
Berthin - 66
Sarahan - 66
Paonta Sahib - 66
Kothipura - 65
Bilaspur - 60
Bharwara - 59
Dharamashala - 58
Hamripur - 57
Manali - 54
Rohru - 52
Chelsea - 51
Kasol - 47
Shimla CPRI - 45
Shimla - 44
Sundernagar - 43
Hipa - 42
Shahpur - 41
Kangra - 40

Goa gets rains from the westerly trough, ending 8.30 am on 01.03.2015

The Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation over Afghanistan & adjoining Pakistan extending upto 3.1 km above mean sea level persists with a trough aloft roughly along Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, a wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Ponda - 54
Pernem - 47
Sanguem - 44
Margao - 36
Valpoi - 36
Canacona - 35
Dabolim - 31
Ela -  32
Panaji - 30
Quepem - 28
Sanquelim - 18
Mormugao - 17
Mapusa - 11


All India Highest 24hr rainfall of 2015 in Maharashtra, ending 8.30 am on 01.03.2015

The Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation over Afghanistan & adjoining Pakistan extending upto 3.1 km above mean sea level persists with a trough aloft roughly along Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, a wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (min 40 mm)

Murtajapur - 169
Akot - 105
Telhara - 90
Barshitakli - 90
Mangaon - 70
Asegaon - 55
Yeotmal - 54
Mahuli - 54
Yedgaon - 53
Pune Pashan - 53
Pirangut - 53
Dawargaon - 53
Patur - 50
Ghuikhed - 50
Akola - 50
Tala - 50
Tiwasa - 49
Kude - 49
Shendurjan - 49
Rajgurunagar - 48
Wada - 48
Pune Chinchwad - 47
Warha - 47
Kadus - 47
Mozari - 47
Vayphad - 46
Chandur - 45
Pune City - 44
Pune Cagmo - 44
Talegaon - 44
Pune City - 44
Chincholi - 44
Pune AP - 43
Nandgaon - 43
Rajgurunagar - 43
Khed - 43
Parasapur - 43
Wadali - 42
Aambawade- 42
Pabal - 42
Pune Magarapatta - 41
Warkhed - 40
Mulshi - 40
Pawana - 40
Sangamner - 40
Gunjawani - 40
Chikhaldara - 40
Dhamangaon - 40
Golegoan - 40
Kurha - 40
Paud - 40
Kale - 40
Arvi - 40
Babulgaon - 40
Alandi - 40
Badanera - 40
Shivani - 40
Palaskhed - 40
Talegaon - 40
Bhatkuli - 40
Dattapur - 40
Giroli - 40
Pune Lavale - 40
Loni - 40
Pune NDA - 40
Otur - 40
Papal - 40
Benoda - 40
Dhamangaon - 40
Dhamangaon - 40
Male - 40
Ghodegaon - 40
Sawalikheda - 40
Mahuli - 40
Shirkhed - 40

Telangana's 1st spell of Pre-monsoon rains, ending 8.30 am on 01.03.2015

The  upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Chhattisgarh & adjoining East Madhya Pradesh extending upto  1.5 km above mean sea level persists.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Mudhole - 49
Madnoor - 41
Momnipet - 39
Ranjal - 38
Kodangal - 35
Peddemul - 35
Dongli - 35
Boath - 34
Sarangapur - 34
Saloora - 32
Tandur - 32
Kotgri -30
Kopparga - 29
Wanalpahad - 28
Damaragidda - 28
Madanpalle - 27
Abdullapur - 27
YedaPalle - 26
Doulatabad - 25
Nagareddipet - 25
Jukkal - 25
Somoor - 25
Rudrur - 23
Boadhan - 22
Birkoor - 21
Nizamabad - 20
Navipet - 20
Bansawada -20
Chitkul - 20
Narayankhed - 20
Algole - 20
Beervelli - 20
Fathepur - 20
Malchelma - 20
Bhoraj - 20
Manoor - 20
Bujarampet - 20
Minipur - 20
Kalher - 20


Andhra Pradesh gets 1st spell of Pre-monsoon rains, ending 8.30 am on 01.03.2015

The  upper air cyclonic circulation lies over north Chhattisgarh & adjoining East Madhya Pradesh extending upto  1.5 km above mean sea level persists.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Yerrakotapalle - 59
Devapatla - 51
Rajampet - 47
Kalkada - 45
Valasapalle - 39
Satyavedu - 37
Kandukuru - 35
Chilamathur - 31
Gandlur - 31
Motakatla - 29
Amadagur - 26
Simhadripuram - 24
Nallamada - 23
Kondakamarla - 22
Nimmanapalle - 20
Nambulipulikunta - 20
Kadiri - 20
Lakkiredripuram - 20
Ganjivaripalle - 20
Puttaparthi - 20
Nooliveedu - 20
Kadiri - 20

LWD gives 1st 100 mm rainfall in Karnataka, ending 8.30 am on 01.03.2015

The Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation over Afghanistan & adjoining Pakistan extending upto 3.1 km above mean sea level persists with a trough aloft roughly along Latitude 15.0°N. Due to deepening of the westerly trough into central Arabian sea, a wind confluence is continuing over central India and neighbourhood.

in mm (min 20 mm)

Chamundibetta - 102
Kadadalamari - 96
Batahalli - 59
Chelur - 57
Hura - 53
Gowribidanur - 44
Ronuru - 42
Chillargi - 35
Yeragamballi - 34
Kudremani - 33
Gokarana - 31
Bidar - 30
Ghadasaya - 30 
Hankon - 30
Kumta - 28
Jagalbet - 28
Sadali - 28
Beladhara - 28
Hattargi - 27
Sutagatti - 27
Dongeragaon - 27
Kadra - 26
Londa - 26
Pathapalya - 26
Yelawala - 26
Rayalpad - 26
Bhalki - 26
Shirahatti - 26
Belguam - 25
Bugate Allur - 25
Thondebhavi - 24
Hunsehalli - 23
Nesargi - 23
Chandriki - 23
Gurmatkal - 23
Nittur - 22
Sulebhavi - 22
Mugutkan Hubli - 22
Hidkal Dam - 22
Santibastwad - 22
Chakkere - 21
Belgaum AP - 21
Bilekhalli - 21
BTM Layout - 21
Kadwad - 20
Bidi - 20
Mandikal - 20
Kanbargi - 0
Manhally - 20
Nirna - 20
Balale - 20
Kanva - 20
Vijaypura - 20
Palahalli - 20
Dharawad - 20
Biligere - 20
Jigani - 20
Hukkeri - 20


Uttrakahand and Uttar Pradesh gets 1st spell of rains this year, ending 8.30 am on 26.02.2015

The Western Disturbance (W.D.) as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over North Pakistan & adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto mid- tropospheric levels.
The Western Depression over central Pakistan and adjoining Punjab & north Rajasthan is now seen as an induced upper air cyclonic circulation over Punjab & neighbourhood and extends upto 0.9 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 5 mm)

Uttarakhand

Joshimat - 37
Uttarkashi - 29
Mukteshwar - 25
Pithogarh - 22
Tehri - 21
Jakholi - 19
Ranichawari - 16
Champawat - 15
Nanital - 15
Pantnagar - 9
Almora - 6
Dehradun - 5

Uttar Pradesh

Kheri - 49
Meerut - 41
Hapur - 16
Hasanpur - 13
Philbit - 11
Sambhal - 10
Bareilley - 8
Nautanwa - 6
Baharich - 5

Kashmir gets moderate rains for 2nd day, ending 8.30 am on 26.02.2015

The Western Disturbance (W.D.) as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over North Pakistan & adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto mid- tropospheric levels.
The Western Depression over central Pakistan and adjoining Punjab & north Rajasthan is now seen as an induced upper air cyclonic circulation over Punjab & neighbourhood and extends upto 0.9 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Bhanderwah - 43
Pahalagam - 37
Baramullah - 29
Quazigund - 28
Banhial - 28
Govindapura - 26
Katra - 24
Malangapura - 22
Srinagar - 21
Kukernag - 20
Kupawara - 20
Rambagh -20
Batote - 17
Gulmarg - 16
Zainapura - 15
Kawa - 10

Rains lash Himachal for 2nd day, ending 8.30 am on 26.02.2015

The Western Disturbance (W.D.) as an upper air cyclonic circulation lies over North Pakistan & adjoining Jammu & Kashmir and extends upto mid- tropospheric levels. The Western Depression over central Pakistan and adjoining Punjab & north Rajasthan is now seen as an induced upper air cyclonic circulation over Punjab & neighbourhood and extends upto 0.9 km above mean sea level.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Bhandal - 66
Kheri - 49
Manali - 48
Saloni - 43
Chamba - 43
Reckon - 37
Palampur - 36
Jogindernagar - 35
Udaipur - 30
Bharmaur - 29
Rohru - 29
Kalatop - 28
Baijnath - 28
Bhoranj - 26
Jubbal - 26
Kasol - 25
Annu - 23
Dharamshala - 23
Kangra - 21
Hamirpur - 20
Seobagh - 20
Una - 17
Bajura - 14
Kalpa - 13
Majhouli - 13
Manikaran - 12
Kullu - 12
Bhuntar - 12
Kothipura - 10
Sarahan - 10
Sundernagar - 10
Mandi - 10
Bangana - 10

Induced Western Depression lashes Kashmir, Rainfall ending 8.30 am on 25.02.2015

The Western Disturbance over North Pakistan and neighbourhood persists and the associated upper air cyclonic circulation extends upto mid­ tropospheric levels. The induced low pressure area is now seen as a Western Depression over central Pakistan and adjoining Punjab & north Rajasthan.

in mm (10 mm)

Banihal - 81
Kupwara - 69
Govindapura - 58
Baramulla - 55
Pahalgam - 52
Bhaderwah - 50
Kukernag - 49
Batote - 48
Srinagar - 45
Malangapura - 43
Khudwani - 41
Quazigund - 40
Gulmarg - 38
Zainapura - 29
Katra - 20
Jammu - 18
Chatha - 11

Induced LPA strengthens as Western Depression gives Himachal rains, ending 8.30 am on 25.02.2015

The Western Disturbance over North Pakistan and neighbourhood persists and the associated upper air cyclonic circulation extends upto mid­ tropospheric levels. The induced low pressure area is now seen as a Western Depression over central Pakistan and adjoining Punjab & north Rajasthan.

in mm (10 mm)

Kalatop - 62
Dalhousie - 62
Bhandal - 60
Chamba - 45
Udaipur - 45
Saloni - 44
Kheri - 35
Kasol - 31
Seobagh - 30
Manali - 25
Karsog - 25
Banjar - 24
Bijahi - 24
Dehra Gopipur - 23
Bhuntar - 19
Jubbarhatti - 19
Mashobra - 19
Bajura - 18
Shimla - 16
Chail - 16
Chelsea - 15
Manikaran - 14
Dharmashala - 13
Solan - 13
Hipa - 13
Nauni - 12
Kausali - 11
Kangra - 11
Sarhan - 11
Kandaghat - 11
Rohru - 11
Annu - 10
Reckon - 10
Nahan - 10
Palampur - 10
Mandi - 10

Telangana gets 1st spell of rains of 2015, ending 8.30 am on 04.01.2015

The cyclonic circulation over north coastal Odisha and adjoining areas of northwest Bay of Bengal and Gangetic West Bengal now lies over Bangla Desh and neighbourho od and extends upto 1.5 kms a.s.l.

in mm (30 mm)

Kaleswaram - 72
Adavi Somanpalli - 65
Karimnagar - 64
Ramagundam - 63
Manthani - 62
Nathinoipalle - 62
Kandikatkoor - 60
Shivampet - 59
Gollapalle - 57
Asifabad - 56
Bahupet - 52
Ginnedari - 51
Rebbana - 51
Pargi - 49
Arjunagutta - 48
Mahadevpur - 45
Velgatoor - 45
Basanth Nagar - 45
Yelgodu - 44
Argonda - 44
Thatikonda - 43
Manal - 43
Kondapur - 42
Kathlapur - 42
Arnakonda - 42
Janakapur - 41
Ryali - 41
Kannepalli - 41
Nallapalli - 41
Islampur - 40
Durshed - 39
Shanigaram - 38
Tukkapur - 38
Borampalle - 37
Nerella - 37
Jaina - 37
Vadi - 36
Jillella - 36
Sangareddy - 35
Dandepalle - 35
Begumpeta - 33
Peddalingapuram - 33
Kolvai - 32
Jaipur - 32
Kosgi - 31
Gannaram - 31
Mirdoddi - 31
Ailapur - 30
Okulam - 30
Ramagundam - 30
Gandipalle - 30
Sirpur - 30
Rajapet - 30

LPA gives Odisha the highest 24 hrs rainfall of 2015, ending 8.30 am on 02.01.2015

The low pressure area over west-central Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas of north Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha has become less marked. However associated cyclonic circulation lies over west-central and adjoining northwest Bay of Bengal and extends upto 1.5 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Kakatpur - 170
Astaranga - 154
Paradeep - 83
Chandbali - 51
Puri - 50 
Tigiria - 45
Rajkanika - 42
Brahmagiri - 40
Marsaghai - 36
Balikuda - 36
Hindol - 36
Kendrapara - 35
Gop - 35
Alipingal - 34 
Nimpara - 32
Derabis - 27
Nayagarh - 27
Kantapada - 27
Jagatsinghpur - 26
Angul - 26
Khandapara - 26
Pattamundai - 26
Bargaon - 26
Sundargarh - 25
Binjharpur - 25
Bangiriposi - 22
Jharsuguda - 20
Panposh - 19 
Kolabira - 19
Jajpur - 18
Chhatrapur - 18 
Ranpur - 18
G Udayagiri - 17
Dhamnagar - 17
Gania - 16
Begunia - 15
Balsore - 15
Nilgiri - 15

Second 100 mm + rains in Madhya Pradesh in 2015, ending 8.30 am on 02.01.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 2.1 kms a.s.l. over east-central Arabian Sea and adjoining areas of northeast Arabian Sea, north Konkan and Gujarat region now lies over northeast Arabian Sea and adjoining areas of Gujarat. A trough in  the lower levels extends  from the above cyclonic circulation to northeast Rajasthan.

in mm (min 10 mm)

Maihar - 106
Bhainsdehi - 86
Atner - 83
Sonkatch - 72
Multai - 57
Saoli - 55
Betul - 54
Gahwara - 51
Gudh - 48
Rewa - 45
Satna - 37
Manpur - 33
Umaria - 30
Sidhi - 30
Pachmari - 30
Jabalapur - 27
Beohari - 26
Mauganj - 25
Rithi - 24
Shahapura - 17
Narasinghapur - 15
Damoh - 15
Hoshangabad - 13
Khajuraho - 12
Ujjain - 12
Shajahpur - 12
Amarwada - 12
Bhopal - 10
Rajgarh - 10
Khandwa - 10
Umaria - 10
Dindori - 10
Jaisinghnagar - 10

2nd day of unseasonal heavy rains in Maharashtra, ending 8.30 am on 02.01.2015

The cyclonic circulation extending upto 2.1 kms a.s.l. over east-central Arabian Sea and adjoining areas of northeast Arabian Sea, north Konkan and Gujarat region now lies over northeast Arabian Sea and adjoining areas of Gujarat. A trough in  the lower levels extends  from the above cyclonic circulation to northeast Rajasthan.

in mm (min 30 mm)

Paratwada - 86
Semadoh - 77
Tembhursonda - 73
Korpana - 63
Ridhhapur - 63
Chikhaldara - 62
Vihigaon - 62
Achalpur - 61
Ramtirth - 57
Daryapur - 56
rahmanwada - 52
Kapustalani - 51
Saoli - 55
Ballarpur - 50
Anjangaon - 50
Surji - 50
Achalpur - 50
Dahihanda - 49
Bhandaraj - 49
Wadner - 48
Javalgaon - 48
Rasegaon - 47
Talegaon - 47
Gadchandur - 46
Belora - 44
Asadpur - 44
Chandur - 43
Churni - 43
Parasapur - 42
Benoda - 42
Kokarda - 42
Ashti - 41
Ghusar - 41
Ralegaon - 40
Mul - 40
Rajur - 40
Sanglud - 40
Purnanagar - 40
Darvha - 40
Giroli - 40
Allipur    40
Shivani    - 40
Adgaon - 40
Channi - 40
Ghansawangi - 37
Ralegaon - 37
Wathoda - 36
Dusarbeed - 36
Shegaon - 35
Amaravati -33
Walgaon - 33
Gadchiroli - 32
Chittepimpalgaon - 32
Badanera - 32
Sarsam - 31
Thilori - 30
Mozari - 30
Ladsavangi - 30
Umari - 30
Shindkhed - 30
Malkapur - 30
Panaj - 30
Rajgaon - 30
Nandgaon - 30
Warud - 30
Mahuli - 30
Loni - 30
Tiwasa - 30
Karmad - 30
Sindhi - 30
Hiwara - 30
Chandur - 30
Ghuikhed - 30
Borgaon - 30
Nandgaon - 30
Rajura- 30
Babhulgaon - 30
Umarkhed - 30
Darati - 30
Akolkhed - 30

Madhya Pradesh records 1st 100 mm rainfall of 2015, ending 8.30 am on 01.01.2015
The cyclonic circulation over eastcentral and adjoining northeast Arabian Sea off north Konkan and south Gujarat coasts now lies over eastcentral Arabian Sea and adjoining areas of northeast Arabian Sea, north Konkan and Gujarat region and extends upto 2.1 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 15 mm)

Bhainsdehi - 136
Sarangpur - 83
Betul - 42
Latari - 40
Shajapur - 40
Khandwa - 36
Agar - 35
Raisen - 32
Hatta - 32
Narsingpur - 32
Sagar - 32
Khargone - 30
Isagarh - 28
Guna - 27
Indore - 27
Buxwaha - 21
Ujain - 22
Rajarh - 20
Barasia - 20
Multai - 20
Nowgong - 18
Vidisha - 17
Jatara - 17
Bhopal - 16
Ratlam - 15
Amarawada - 15
Badnawar - 15


New Year welcomes Maharashtra with heavy rains, ending 8.30 am on 01.01.2015

The cyclonic circulation over eastcentral and adjoining northeast Arabian Sea off north Konkan and south Gujarat coasts now lies over eastcentral Arabian Sea and adjoining areas of northeast Arabian Sea, north Konkan and Gujarat region and extends upto 2.1 kms a.s.l.

in mm (min 40 mm)

Churni - 98
Dahihanda - 83
Purnanagar - 81
Balapur - 79
Chikhaldara - 78
Ugawa - 76
Semadoh - 68
Lakhanwada - 64
Tembhursonda - 64
Atali - 63
Asegaon - 63
Anjani - 63
Manasgaon - 60
Shivani - 60
Chohotta - 59
Paras - 59
Borgaon - 59
Wadner - 58
Bhandaraj - 58
Panaj - 57
Mugat - 55
Patur - 55
Palaso - 55
Sategaon - 55
Asadpur - 52
Chausala - 52
Mehkar - 52
Rasegaon - 49
Akola - 49
Achalpur - 48
Jalgaon - 48
Jamod - 48
Alegaon - 48
Kapashi - 48
Loni - 48
Sonand - 47
Sangrampur - 47
Shindkhed - 47
Adgaon - 47
Nandura - 46
Kapustalani - 46
Kokarda - 46
Aawar - 45
Paratwada - 45
Tuppa - 45
Ghodap - 45
Deulgaon - 45
Ghusar - 45
Babhulgaon - 44
Channi - 44
Barshitakali - 44
Paturda - 43
Palashi - 43
Belora - 42
Peth - 42
Sasti - 42
Eklara    41
Ridhhapur - 40
Kauthal - 40
Hatani - 40
Anjani - 40
Nimgaon - 40
Malegaon - 40
Hatrun - 40
Akola - 40