Thursday, June 28, 2012

Cherrapunji's gets 1743 mm rainfall in last 5 days with 772 mm rainfall in 24 hrs

I  have been waiting to see what Cherrapunji has produced in the last two days for the past 4 years. Atlast it came today morning at 8.30 am.Its not Cherrapunji which is getting battered in Meghalaya


Jowai has got  200 and 224 mm rainfall in 2 days.
Nongostin has got 266 and 172 mm rainfall in 2 days

Cherrapunji rainfall stats are as follows -

 1.Past 24 hrs rainfall - 222 mm
    27-06-2012 - 222 mm

2. Past 48 hrs rainfall - 994 mm
    27-06-2012 - 222 mm
    26-06-2012 - 772 mm

3. Past 72 hrs rainfall - 1455 mm
    27-06-2012 - 222 mm
    26-06-2012 - 772 mm
    25-06-2012 - 461 mm

4. Past 96 hrs rainfall - 1586 mm
    27-06-2012 - 222 mm
    26-06-2012 - 772 mm
    25-06-2012 - 461 mm
    24-06-2012 - 137 mm
    
5. Past 120 hrs rainfall - 1737 mm
    27-06-2012 - 222 mm
    26-06-2012 - 772 mm
    25-06-2012 - 461 mm
    24-06-2012 - 137 mm
    23-06-2012 - 151 mm
    
 5. June Rainfall till 27-06-2012 - 3430 mm

 6. Yearly Rainfall till 27-06-2012 - 5684 mm

Considering all India, the top 24 hrs recorded in 2012 are as follows
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1.Cherrapunji, Meghlaya – 26.06.12 – 772 mm
2.Cherrapunji, Meghlaya – 25.06.12 – 461 mm
3.Chebri, Tripura – 16.06.12 – 411 mm
4.Cherrapunji, Meghlaya – 09.06.12 – 396 mm
5.Malvan, Maharashtra – 19.06.12 – 386 mm
6.Khowai, Tripura – 16.06.12 – 369 mm
7.Dapoli, Maharahtra – 18.06.12 – 337 mm
8.Kayamkulam, Kerala – 05.05.12 – 334 mm
9.Gossaigaon, Assam – 26.06.12 – 330 mm
10.Kokrajhar, Assam – 26.06.12 – 320 mm
11.Dhubri, Assam – 16.06.12 – 315 mm
12..Falakata, West Bengal – 17.06.12 – 312 mm

1 comment:

rajesh said...

Cherrapunji is King ! Anyway, I 'll try Amboli Figures by June end, but its far behind this year !
Highest for Cpunji is 1583 in June (24 hrs)..Something near this year ??