Thursday, August 22, 2013

Hulikal crosses 8000 mm for SWM, the All India Top 20 Toppers from 01.06.13 to 22.08.13

Amgaon has got 7651 mm till 13th August, and would have crossed 8000 mm well before Hulikal. Hulikal Annual average rainfall is 8007 mm. But this year it has matched its annual average in this SWM with more than a month to go. Cherrapunji is lagging with rains around 4000 mm. Hulikal has got twice the amount of Cherrapunji rainfall.

All India Top 20 Toppers from 01.06.13 to 22.08.13

in mm (Min 6000 mm)
  1. Hulikal, Karnataka - 8001
  2. Amgaon, Karnataka - 7651 (14 to 22nd August data not available)
  3. Tamhini, Maharashtra - 7579
  4. Mashtikatte, Karnataka - 7548 
  5. Agumbe, Karnataka - 7013 
  6. Suralbhi, Karnataka - 6919
  7. Talacauvery, Karnataka - 6870
  8. Yadur, Karnataka - 6834
  9. Kitwade, Maharashtra - 6751
  10. Mani Dam, Karnatak - 6627 
  11. Kogar, Karnataka - 6601
  12. Gavali, Karnataka - 6521
  13. Mulshi, Maharashtra - 6361
  14. Patgaon, Maharashtra - 6350 (1 to 11th July data not available)
  15. Dawdi, Maharahtra - 6310
  16. Shirgaon, Maharashtra - 6210
  17. Amboli, Maharashtra - 6066 
  18. Nilkund, Karnataka - 6034
  19. Kanakumbi, Karnataka - 6024
  20. Navaja, Maharashtra - 6000
  21. Dajipur, Maharahstra - 6000

3 comments:

Shijin said...

Kerala toppers

Anonymous said...

Hi Pradeep,
Can you tell me the highest rainfall ever in a day in agumbe,hulikal,kammardi and sringeri.
Thanks
Harsha

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