394 thoughts on “3 months to go for NEM

  1. All India SWM rainfall Toppers from 01.06.2013 to 13.07.2013
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    43 days into the monsoon, Talacauvery still keeps the lead ahead of Agumbe which is fast catching up. The topper list can be found exclusively only in the two sites

    1,Talacavery (Karnataka) – 3600
    2,Agumbe (Karnataka) – 3451
    3.Suralbhi (Karnataka) – 3431
    4.Tamini (Maharashtra) – 3270
    5.Kogar (Karnataka) – 3237

    For top 100 and statewise toppers please see

    http://tamilnaduweatherman.blogspot.com/2013/07/all-india-swm-rainfall-toppers-from_14.html

    http://rajesh26.blogspot.in/p/pradeeps-page.html

  2. Let hope SWM withdraws on time.. for early onset of NEM… Which was not čase for last few years will 2005 repeat

  3. To rephrase the topic – 3 more months of Summer. Its already back up over 35C – will we cross 37C today? Blue skies, already past 32C – I think we might

    • Jupi–Since 2006, this is the questions we have been asking among ourselves..It has not happened so far..Madras badly needs a 2005 replica for sure..As i said earlier, even if we get 65% of the total NEM 2005, ill be more than happy.

  4. mjo enters w.pacific…so gud chance of active weather but another monster will be seen developing during their peak season..yes experts predicting tat nw pacific would see a massive super typhoon in august 2nd week….

  5. PJ, do you have the data for Bhatkal (Uttar Karnataka) – it is in Mangalore – Goa highway – May be 60 – 70 kms from Agumbe. I studied there and have good memories of that place. It would rain like anything from End May to August.

  6. Good afternoon All…a great Test match to start the Ashes..accu + bbc predict showers tonight…telegram in India ends its epic existence..

  7. The chief amounts of rainfall (2 cm or more) recorded at 0830 hours IST of
    today   are:  

    Nagpur­15;   Gondia­13   and   Rajnandgaon­13   each;   Panchmari   and   Una­12   each;   Port   Blair­8;
    Bramhapuri­7;   Malanjkhand­6,   Rajgarh,   Jabalpur,   Khandwa,   Silchar,   Dharamshala,   Sawai   Madhopur   and
    Nizamabad­5   each;   Imphal,   Shirali,   Baroda,   Jalgaon   and   Khajuraho­4 each   and   Rewa,   Betul,   Seoni,
    Mahabaleshwar, Honavar, Agumbe, Mangalore, Darjeeling, Guwahati, Churk,Hardoi and Banda­3 each.

  8. A  low  pressure  area  has formed  over  northwest Bay  of Bengal   and  adjoining   Gangetic West Bengal  and   Odisha. Associated cyclonic circulation extends upto mid­tropospheric levels.

  9. IMD new methodology:

    15 July : Heavy to very heavy rainfall would occur at one or two places over Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha. Heavy  rainfall would  occur  at  one  or two  places  over  Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh,
    Uttarakhand, west Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, coastal Andhra Pradesh, coastal Karnataka and Andaman &
    Nicobar Islands.

    16 July  :  Heavy to very heavy rainfall would occur at one or two places over Odisha, Madhya Pradesh,Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha. Heavy rainfall would occur at one or two places over Konkan & Goa, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, coastal Karnataka and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

    17 July :
    Heavy to very heavy rainfall would occur at one or two places over Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha. Heavy  rainfall would occur at one or two places over Konkan & Goa, Telangana, coastal Karnataka and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

  10. @kea

    Lol

    my brother was near the museum. He roprted of >200 mm/hr rain. look at radar,red spot near north

  11. So BBC and accuweather got it right?

    I can get it right 100% too. All I have to say is it will rain today everyday. Does anyone remember the # of times they have been wrong?

  12. At 8.30 hrs today in TN

    Tamil Nadu: Devala (Nilgiris Dist) 2, Valparai pto (Coimbatore Dist), Chinnakalar (Coimbatore Dist), Valparai taluk office (Coimbatore Dist) 1 each.

  13. @Kea– BBC is not reliable,but in the last 4-6 weeks,I have seen that whenever they show “thundery shower”,it has been raining

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