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Jalgaon Monsoon - Year 2003

29th April 2004:

Current Storage Levels of all Dam in Jalgaon District:

Dam Storage Capacity MLT Current Storage MLT Percentile%
Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval 255.000 87.6 34.35
Girana, Tal: Nandgaon 523.550 85.730 16.37
Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon 40.270 0 0
Bori, Tal: Parola 25.150 2.325 9.24
Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola) 6.540 2.279 34.85
Suki (Tal: Raver) 39.850 13.729 34.45
Abhora (Tal: Raver) 6.020 2.877 47.79
Hivra (Tal: Pachora) 9.600 1.745 18.18
Agnavati (Tal: Pachora) 2.760 0 0
Tondapur (Tal: Jamner) 4.638 1.309 28.23
Mangrul (Tal: Raver) 6.407 4.83 75.39
Bahula (Tal: Pachora) 16.330 0.870 5.33

16th March 2004:

Current Storage Levels of all Dam in Jalgaon District:

Dam Storage Capacity MLT Current Storage MLT Percentile%
Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval 255.000 152.50 59.80
Girana, Tal: Nandgaon 523.550 113.680 21.75
Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon 40.270 0 0
Bori, Tal: Parola 25.150 9.733 38.70
Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola) 6.540 2.849 43.56
Suki (Tal: Raver) 39.850 18.208 45.69
Abhora (Tal: Raver) 6.020 3.622 60.17
Hivra (Tal: Pachora) 9.600 2.437 25.38
Agnavati (Tal: Pachora) 2.760 0.368 13.35
Tondapur (Tal: Jamner) 4.638 1.985 42.81
Mangrul (Tal: Raver) 6.407 5.964 93.09
Bahula (Tal: Pachora) 16.330 1.801 11.03

17th January 2004:

Current Storage Levels of all Dam in Jalgaon District:

Dam Storage Capacity MLT Current Storage MLT Percentile%
Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval 255.000 205.250 80.49
Girana, Tal: Nandgaon 523.550 151.720 28.98
Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon 40.270 1.304 3.24
Bori, Tal: Parola 25.150 18.691 74.32
Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola) 6.540 5.589 85.45
Suki (Tal: Raver) 39.850 32.733 82.14
Abhora (Tal: Raver) 6.020 4.763 79.11
Hivra (Tal: Pachora) 9.600 5.234 54.52
Agnavati (Tal: Pachora) 2.760 1.199 43.45
Tondapur (Tal: Jamner) 4.638 2.7631 59.58
Mangrul (Tal: Raver) 6.407 6.397 99.84
Bahula (Tal: Pachora) 16.330 8.747 53.56

04th November:
Taluka 01-06 to 31-10 average raining
(in mm)
Actual Raining from 01/6 to 31-10-03 Percentile Last Year Rainfall
Jalgaon
Jamner
Erandol
Dharangaon
Bhusaval
Bodwad
Yaval
Raver
MuktaiNagar
Amalner
Chopda
Parola
Pachora
Chalisgaon
Bhadgaon
727.7
741.3
660.4
660.4
708.5
708.5
703.1
680.9
664.2
621.8
703.6
654.2
758.9
673.0
687.0
1191.2
987.0
946.0
924.0
863.4
755.0
952.0
798.0
704.0
808.0
1067.0
929.2
952.0
1122.0
1071.0
163.69
133.14
143.25
139.92
121.86
106.56
135.40
117.20
105.99
129.95
151.65
142.04
125.44
166.72
155.74
802.3
809.0
709.0
691.0
727.9
832.7
705.0
824.0
846.0
563.0
787.0
776.0
630.0
768.0
593.0
TOTAL: 10354.2 14069.8 135.88 11063.90

Dam Storage Capacity MLT Current Storage MLT Percentile
Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval 255.000 255.000 100%
Girana, Tal: Nandgaon 523.550 212.98 40.68%
Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon 40.270 10.926 27.13%
Bori, Tal: Parola 25.150 25.150 100%
Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola) 6.540 6.540 100%
Suki (Tal: Raver) 39.850 39.850 100%
Abhora (Tal: Raver) 6.020 5.928 98.47%
Hivra (Tal: Pachora) 9.600 9.313 97.01%
Agnavati (Tal: Pachora) 2.760 2.649 95.99%
Tondapur (Tal: Jamner) 4.638 4.438 95.69%
Mangrul (Tal: Raver) 6.407 6.407 100%
Bahula (Tal: Pachora) 16.330 16.194 98.68%

27th September:

Raining continues:
The monsoon 2003 seems to be breaking all its previous records crossing 1000mm rainfall mark on Thursday. Friday afternoon witnessed heavy to very heavy raining in almost all areas of Jalgaon District. The Monsoon 2003 raining has turned environment lush green and pleasing throughout the day.


24th September:

Raining pleases Tuesday:
The 'Uttara Nakshatra' full day Monsoon raining has pleased the entire Khandesh environment on Tuesday. Raining continued throughout the day with medium to heavy showers in interval. Climate is still cloudy is expected to continue raining throughout the week.
The raining has caused damages to some crops while it will benefit the Cotton, Banana, and Sugarcane upcoming crop.


21st September:
Dam Storage Capacity MLT Current Storage MLT Percentile
Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval 255.000 243.800 95.61
Giran, Tal: Nandgaon 523.550 191.530 36.58
Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon 40.270 7.686 19.09
Bori, Tal: Parola 25.150 25.150 100
Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola) 6.540 3.937 60.20
Suki (Tal: Raver) 39.850 39.850 100
Abhora (Tal: Raver) 6.020 6.020 100
Hivra (Tal: Pachora) 9.600 9.600 100
Agnavati (Tal: Pachora) 2.760 2.760 100
Tondapur (Tal: Jamner) 4.638 4.638 100
Mangrul (Tal: Raver) 6.407 6.407 100
Bahula (Tal: Pachora) 16.330 16.114 96.68

28th August:
Dam Storage Capacity MLT Current Storage MLT Percentile
Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval 255.000 105 41.18
Giran, Tal: Nandgaon 523.550 172.430 32.93
Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon 40.270 5.086 12.63
Bori, Tal: Parola 25.150 24.291 96.58
Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola) 6.540 2.580 39.44
Suki (Tal: Raver) 39.850 39.850 100
Abhora (Tal: Raver) 6.020 6.020 100
Hivra (Tal: Pachora) 9.600 9.600 100
Agnavati (Tal: Pachora) 2.760 2.760 100
Tondapur (Tal: Jamner) 4.638 4.638 100
Mangrul (Tal: Raver) 6.407 6.407 100
Bahula (Tal: Pachora) 16.330 16.114 96.68

25th August:

Monsoon raining kills one:
The Friday night begun raining has overflowed almost every river and dam and is causing damages to standing crop. The administration opened all of 36 gates of Hatnur dam to control the overflow. A lady drown in the overflowing Aner river in Chopda Taluka while many of shelter and temporary shades turned down following heavy raining. The Mehrun lake overflow scene is just unimaginable with its outlet turning to a mini dam view. Please see detailed monsoon raining statistics on Monsoon homepage.
The District administration has urged to use boiled drinking water only to avoid any sort of diseases. The adjoining Dhule and Nandurbar districts also witnessed fantastic rainfall delighting common person.


24th August:

Monsoon downpour in entire Jalgaon District:
The Monsoon raining since last Friday has turned entire Jalgaon District into a monsoon enjoying state. Almost all dam supplying water to District are getting fantastic increase in water level with some over flooding in many areas of district.
The Tapi, Girna, Purna, Anjani, Titur, Gadad, and Ratnavati rivers are flooded in various parts while sixteen doors of the Hatnur dam are open to control the overflow.
The raining still continues throughout Saturday night and Sunday morning making it one of the major rainfalls throughout the monsoon. However, until now there is no life casualty throughout district. The MSEB faced problems in maintaining power causing power cuts in many regions for more than two-three hours on Saturday.


21st August:

Monsoon 2003:

Dam Storage Capacity MLT Current Storage MLT Percentile
Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval 255.000 113.000 47.37%
Giran, Tal: Nandgaon 523.550 147.130 28.10%
Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon 40.270 3.667 9.11%
Bori, Tal: Parola 25.150 13.725 57.07%
Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola) 6.540 1.124 17.18%
Suki (Tal: Raver) 39.850 37.643 95.17%
Abhora (Tal: Raver) 6.020 6.020 100%
Hivra (Tal: Pachora) 9.600 3.045 31.72%
Agnavati (Tal: Pachora) 2.760 1.238 45.29%
Tondapur (Tal: Jamner) 4.638 4.638 100%
Mangrul (Tal: Raver) 6.407 6.407 100%
Bahula (Tal: Pachora) 16.330 12.020 75.27%

12th August:

Monsoon 2003:
The Monsoon 2003 is boosting water levels at various dam in Jalgaon District. Following statistics shows water storage in various dam with percentile thereof.
Hatnur - 63 (19.69%) MLT, Girna - 136.260 (27.62%), Manyad - 3.667 (9.11%), Bori - 6.608 (39.49%), Bhokar Bari - 0.689 (10.54%), Suki - 33.613 (88.41%), Abhora - 5.730 (95.94%), Agnavati - 1.019 (42.75), Tondapur - 4.638 (100%), Hivra - 2.338 (26.93%), Mangrul - 6.407 (100%), and Bahula - 8.747 (60.43%).


02nd August:

Monsoon 2003 overview:
The monsoon 2003 has shown positive marks this year as compared to earlier year. Until July 2003 end the region has witnessed almost double raining as compared to last year. Following statistics shows raining until July 2002 versus July 2003 raining statistics.

Taluka Raining till July 2002
(in mm)
Raining till July 2003
(in mm)
Jalgaon
Bhusaval
Yaval
Raver
MuktaiNagar
Bodwad
Chopda
Amalner
Erandol
Dharangaon
Parola
Chalisgaon
Jamner
Pachora
Bhadgaon
357.8
378.2
336
327
305
382.2
378
197
199.4
245
248
231
204
213
187
627.3
429.5
528
419
311
329.5
622.2
475
465
428
498
505
417
511
578

29th July:

Heavy Rainfall predicted in Jalgaon District:
The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy to very heavy raining in entire Jalgaon District in upcoming 12 hours. All 41 doors of Hatnur dam are open to control the heavy flow of water in the basin.
The low monsoon raining Raver taluka recorded 107mm raining on 28th July 2003. Until now, the Jalgaon district has witnessed 73.33% raining as compared to last year.


28th July:

Showering throughout Sunday:
The monsoon continued throughout the party-time weekend giving the best of raining pleasure. The monsoon showering continued throughout the Saturday night and whole Sunday with heavy raining in some parts of Khandesh. The continuous raining has caused flow above danger mark in Tapi River at Burhanpur. Almost 24 doors of Hatnur dam were opened to control the water level in the river.


19th July:

Good Monsoon raining in Khandesh:
The entire Khandesh belt is getting satisfactory monsoon rainfall this year. Most of the Taluka in Jalgaon have witnessed almost 60% of average raining in respective taluka until date. The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar District are also witnessing good rainfall this year.
Following is Water storage status of Various Dam in Jalgaon District as on 19th July 2003. Hatnur - 30.4 (11.92%) MLT, Girna - 31.360 (5.99%), Manyad - 2.578 (6.40%), Bori - 0 (0), Bhokar Bari - 0.542 (8.29%), Suki - 14.681 (36.84%), Abhora - 2.589 (43%), Agnavati - 0.176 (6.38), Tondapur - 4.305 (92.82%), Hivra - 1.003 (10.45%), Mangrul - 5.685 (88.73%), and Bahula - 4.377 (26.8%).


25th June:

Monsoon 2003:
Following statistics shows talukawise raining as on 24th June 2003 at 8.30am with total raining until now in brackets.
Jalgaon - 56.60mm (335.20), Jamner - 2 (152), Erandol - 65 (140), Dharangaon - 111 (182.71), Bhusaval - 18.10 (149.90), Bodwad - 4 (171), Yaval - 20 (276), Raver - 29 (130), MuktaiNagar - 6 (102), Amalner - 59 (130), Chopda - 97 (254), Parola - 87.6 (155.4), Pachora - 44(160), Chalisgaon - 85 (200), Bhadgaon - 54 (151). Until now, Jalgaon District has witnessed an average of 179.28mm. Water level in various dam in region is also increasing significantly and common person is happy to have such a wonderful start-up of monsoon 2003.
The State Government has announced immediate help to those facing problems due to heavy monsoon in some parts.


23rd June:

Monsoon 2003:
The Monsoon 2003 continues to be in its best form throughout Khandesh. With monsoon downpour, two youth from Asoda drown in Lauki's flooding when then were returning to their home from Jalgaon on their motorcycle. Police recovered their bodies next day in Avhane area. Another incidence took place in Chunchale of Yaval Taluka; when a 42-year old person crossing Bhonak River's bridge was, drown in flood. In all the heavy raining has resulted in approximate financial losses in various areas of district.
Following statistics shows talukawise raining as on 23rd June 2003 at 8.30am with total raining until now in brackets.
Jalgaon - 147.4mm (278.6 - 42.78%), Jamner - 75 (150 - 18.94%), Erandol - 30 (75 - 11.83%), Dharangaon - 19.71 (71.71 - 19.57%), Bhusaval - 20.40 (131.80 - 19.23%), Bodwad - 82, Yaval - 143, Raver - 66, MuktaiNagar - 72, Amalner - 42, Chopda - 65, Parola - 24 (67.80 - 12.06%), Pachora - 67 (116 - 17.14%), Chalisgaon - 40 (115 - 19.33%), Bhadgaon - 51 (97 - 15.75%). Until now, Jalgaon District has witnessed an average of 130.06mm i.e. 20.34% rainfall.


22nd June:

Monsoon 2003:
Monsoon continues at its best in Jalgaon District with medium to heavy raining in various parts of the District. Following figures shows talukawise raining in entire Jalgaon District as on 21st June 2003.
Jalgaon - 127.6mm, Jamner - 64, Erandol - 41, Dharangaon - 35, Bhusaval - 104.40, Bodwad - 82, Yaval - 143, Raver - 66, MuktaiNagar - 72, Amalner - 42, Chopda - 65, Parola - 38.60, Pachora - 41, Chalisgaon - 60, Bhadgaon - 41. Until now, Jalgaon District has witnessed an average of 68.17mm rainfall. This year until now, it has been around 10% raining as compared to last year's 3% raining until now. Last year raining picked up in June last week and continued throughout July.


21st June:

Monsoon pleases Khandesh:
The Monsoon arrival has pleased every part of Khandesh with it's exalt. Since last Thursday night, entire Khandesh is witnessing low to heavy raining in various areas. All three districts viz. Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar are delighted with good monsoon beginning. Farmers have begun their monsoon crop plantation.
Following figures shows talukawise raining in entire Jalgaon District as on 20th June 2003.
Jalgaon - 106.2mm, Jamner - 51, Erandol - 30, Dharangaon - 23, Bhusaval - 87.30, Bodwad - 82, Yaval - 123, Raver - 66, MuktaiNagar - 70, Amalner - 28, Chopda - 63, Parola - 32.8, Pachora - 41, Chalisgaon - 58, Bhadgaon - 41.
With Monsoon arrival, various diseases like Gastro, Cholera, and Jaundice have also arrived. The JCMC has also urged people to used boiled drinking water to keep away such dangerous spreading diseases. In case you are getting polluted drinking water supply, please report to 2222261-65 or contact your area junior engineer on 22239739 at Girna Tank. In case you find any difficulty, write to Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation (JCMC) directed towards Administrator. Please keep regular checks of your vehicle especially two-wheelers in order to avoid inconvenience caused by heavy raining and road drainages.


18th June:

Pre-Monsoon raining:
The Jalgaon District has witnessed impressive starter for coming monsoon 2003. Following statistics shows Talukawise raining in Jalgaon District until 17th June 2003.
Jalgaon - 82mm, Jamner - 16, Erandol - 23, Dharangaon - 17, Bhusaval - 56.50, Bodwad - 61, Yaval - 115, Raver - 63, MuktaiNagar - 65, Amalner - 23, Chopda - 52, Parola - 28.40, Pachora - 36, Chalisgaon - 53, Bhadgaon - 37.


16th June:

Pre-Monsoon blush continues:
On the third successive day of its arrival, the pre-monsoon raining is in its full form. On Saturday, Jalgaon witnessed raining for more than an hour in the evening time with medium showers in night as well.


14th June:

Monsoon 2003 continues throughout the second day:
The monsoon arrival has shown positive signals with raining continuing throughout the second day as well. Throughout the day, medium showering with heavy showering in afternoon continued pleasing people with monsoon enjoyment. The raining stopped after 6pm in the evening.
The two-day continued raining caused flooding in small canals causing traffic blocks at various points. The Electric cable touching water in Shivaji Nagar Area resulted in death of animal following electric shock. The farmers on the other hand have begun their extensive farming preparations buying seeds and other required resources.
The District administration has announced talukawise statistics of raining until 13th June 2003 in Jalgaon district as follows.
Jalgaon - 65.02mm, Jamner - 5, Erandol - 6, Dharangaon - 17, Bhusaval - 18.05, Bodwad - 18.02, Yaval - 39, Raver - 60, MuktaiNagar - 47, Amalner - 12, Chopda - 36, Parola - 8, Pachora - 19, Chalisgaon - 24, Bhadgaon - 0.


13th June:

Torrential rain welcomes monsoon in Jalgaon City:
The monsoon arrival has given positive hopes in Jalgaon region with welcome raining at its deluge. Raining begun on Thursday afternoon and is continuing throughout the night with changing waves. The cloudburst has caused life of one 18years old youth in HanumantKheda in Erandol Taluka. It caused almost 6-7 hours of no Electricity supply in many parts of the region.
The arrival style has given grin to farming community and hopes of satisfactory monsoon to common person in entire Khandesh Zone. It also has decreased intense summer heat and temperature has gone down below 40.
All the taluka's in Jalgaon witnessed good to heavy raining with adjoining Dhule and Nandurbar Districts observing adequate raining.


12th June:

Welcome Monsoon 2003:
The Monsoon 2003 continues to sprinkle its joy throughout various parts of District excluding Jalgaon City. The Tuesday, 10th June began monsoon raining is keenly awaited in Jalgaon City. Pachora taluka witnessed 11mm with Bhadgaon 12mm and Chalisgaon 15mm raining. The Dhule and Nandurbar District people also witnessed arrival of monsoon raining.


11th June:

Welcome Monsoon 2003:
The Monsoon 2003 has finally arrived in the Jalgaon District last evening. The monsoon showers aroma pleased people of Jalgaon last year with adequate raining, due to which people had no/ very low drinking water supply problem. The Chalisgaon, Bhadgaon, and Pachora taluka witnessed season's first rainfall on around 8.30pm in night.
The same arrival trend will continue throughout the week in almost all the parts of the district.
Following is Water storage status of Various Dam in Jalgaon District as on 10th June 2003. Hatnur - 25.080 MLT, Girna - 36.710, Manyad - 0, Bori - 0, Bhokar Bari - 0.673, Suki - 4.354, Abhora - 1.454, Agnavati - 0, Tondapur - 0.701, Hivra - 0, Mangrul - 4.885, Bahula - 0.

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