Sunday, October 20, 2013

The winner is Patgaon - All India Final SWM Toppers from 01.06.13 to 30.09.13



After 120 days of grueling battle, the winner is Patgaon from Maharashtra. it manages to beat Hulikal from Karnataka by just 100 mm. The notable records in this season are Patgaon has got 5881 mm rainfall in July alone. A data which has to be noted in your record books. Similarly, Amgaon in Karnataka has got 5097 mm in July. But it was a bad year for both Cherrapunji and Mawsynaram. They finished very lowly in the toppers list this SWM.
 
in mm (Minimum 5000 mm)

  1. Patgaon, Maharashtra - 8989
  2. Hulikal, Karnataka - 8882
  3. Mashtikatte, Karnataka - 8532
  4. Tamini, Maharashtra - 8409
  5. Amgaon, Karnataka - 8294
  6. Surlabhi, Karnataka - 7949
  7. Agumbe, Karnataka - 7828 
  8. Talacauvery, Karnataka - 7811
  9. Yadur, Karnataka - 7600
  10. Mani, Karnataka - 7406
  11. Kogar, Karnataka - 7283
  12. Mulshi, Maharashtra - 7075
  13. Gawali, Karnataka - 7026 
  14. Kitwade, Maharashtra - 7017
  15. Dawdi, Maharashtra - 7000
  16. Amboli, Maharashtra - 6928
  17. Shiragaon, Maharashtra - 6900 
  18. Kerekatte, Karnataka - 6838
  19. Nilkund, Karnataka - 6752
  20. Dajipur, Maharashtra - 6681
  21. Kanakumbi, Karnataka - 6644
  22. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra - 6438
  23. Navaja, Maharashtra - 6413
  24. Dungerwadi, Maharashtra -  6412
  25. Kuttiyadi, Kerala - 6184
  26. Bhuibavda, Maharashtra - 6113
  27. Kollur, Karnataka - 6111
  28. Naladi, Karnataka -  6063
  29. Mawsynaram, Meghlaya - 6026
  30. Gaganbawda, Maharashtra -6017
  31. Hosakere, Karnataka - 6012
  32. Kigga, Karnataka - 5935
  33. Dhamnand, Maharashtra - 5864
  34. Castle Rock, Karnataka - 5908
  35. Mallikarjuna, Karnataka - 5881
  36. Mulikar, Karnataka - 5798
  37. Maageri, Karnataka - 5745
  38. Bandal, Karnataka - 5741
  39. Ambavali, Maharashtra - 5660
  40. Kundal, Karnataka - 5604
  41. Bhagamandala, Karnataka - 5600
  42. Kasari, Maharashtra - 5600
  43. Byakody, Karnataka - 5547
  44. Bhira, Maharashtra - 5502
  45. Gersoppa, Karnataka - 5424
  46. Chatav, Maharashtra - 5423
  47. Pophali, Maharashtra - 5410
  48. Shanthahalli, Karnataka - 5407
  49. Galibeedu, Karnataka - 5322
  50. Lonavala, Maharashtra - 5310
  51. Koyna, Maharashtra - 5304
  52. Shirshingi, Maharashtra - 5301
  53. Amba, Maharashtra - 5272
  54. Makhjan, Maharashtra - 5263
  55. Subramanya, Karnataka - 5259
  56. Sulkeri, Karnataka - 5227
  57. Kerveshe, Karnataka - 5221
  58. Jmagaon, Karnataka - 5205
  59. Kondgaon, Maharastra - 5191
  60. Wahal, Maharashtra - 5181
  61. Siddapura, Karnataka - 5176
  62. Matheran, Maharashtra - 5138
  63. Aralagod, Karnataka - 5096
  64. Cherrapunji, Meghlaya - 5093
  65. Radhanagri, Mahrashtra - 5089
  66. Valpoi, Goa - 5073
  67. Megaravalli, Karnataka ~ 5000 (Till 12th September)
  68. Salwan, Maharashtra - 5000
  69. Kadwai, Maharashtra - 5000
  70. Maranahalli, Karnataka - 5000
  71. Gokarana, Karnataka - 5000

    This data is compailed exclusively for Vagaries / Tamil Nadu Weatherman. Please put the source, if you are going to copy the above toppers in your website / blog / Facebook page.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pradeep sir,
Thank you for the data.
First half of october had quite a bit of rain too in many coastal areas and SW monsoon has just begin withdrawing from southern India.
Has this data changed by now? and how do these toppers fare Year to date? any station crossed 10000 mm yet?
Thanks
RaghuS

kaushik nayak said...

Pradeep, I think you must post annual toppers instead of SWMtoppers.
The SWM season might not follow the official duration(JUN-SEP) as it might have started early in places like kerala and coastal karnataka and continue to rain after SEP. rain amounts of april/may might also have been missed.

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Pradeep said...

@RaghuS

No station in India has crossed 10000 mm for the year 2013 with the data available with me.

Kuttiyadi in Kerala has got around 7000 mm. Dont have Walakkad data in Kerala which crosses 10000 mm occasionally. Rajamalai in Kerala should have also got good rains.

But with available data in 2013 Kuttiyadi is the wettest place in Kerala in 2013.

Pradeep said...


@ kaushik nayak,

Arriving Annual Toppers with over 5000 stations is herculean task. I have complied stations which has crossed 7500 mm for the year 2013 and has posted it.