Jalgaon Monsoon - Year 2008
|Monsoon Raining - Last update: 23rd Sepetmber 2008
(Beginning 01st June in descending order of rainfall)
|| Water Storage in Dam:
(Last update: 15th March 2008)
(In descending order of Storage
|Mangrul (Tal: Raver)
|Mor (Tal: Raver)
|Ambhora (Tal: Raver)
|Suki (Tal: Raver)
|Hatnur, Taluka: Bhusaval
|Girana (Tal: Nandgaon)
|Manyad, Tal: Chalisgaon
|Waghur, Tal: Jamner
|Bori, Tal: Parola
|Hivra (Tal: Pachora)
|Agnavati (Tal: Pachora)
|Bhokarbari (Tal: Parola)
|Bahula (Tal: Pachora)
|Tondapur (Tal: Jamner)
Winds and snowing damages Raver and Bhadgaon taluka crops:
Farmers have harsh season this time with continuously arriving
various natural calamities. Raver and Bhadgaon taluka yesterday
witnessed heavy winds and snowing while MuktaiNagar taluka had
cyclonic winds. All these has led to severe damages and ruined
most of standing crop.
Raver taluka villages and farms affected areas are Nimbhorsim,
Dhurkheda, Boharde and Therola located on Tapi River bank. This
is second time in last 15 days that these villages are witnessing
cyclonic winds. MuktaiNagar villages affected include Pimprinandru,
Dhamande and Belaswadi.
Cyclonic winds and raining at Utkheda:
Bhusawal region based Utkheda in Raver taluka witnessed heavy
cyclonic winds followed by raining. This has led to heavy losses
to standing crop that includes cotton, Bazra and Jwar. Nearby
Yaval, Nimbhora bk also witnessed raining.
Monsoon raining continues in showery form:
Jalgaon district continue to witness monsoon showering on Saturday.
Administration has continued Hatnur dam water discharging. Region's
most dams excluding Bahula, Tondapur and Bhokarbari dam are having
good water storage. Jalgaon's 14 out of 15 taluka (apart from
Bhusawal) have witnessed above 55% raining. Please refer monsoon
2008 section for further details.
Monsoon floods Jalgaon Rivers and dam:
Jalgaon district yesterday witnessed awesome monsoon raining leading
to flooding and overflowing all around dam and Rivers. Many of
villages have lost connectivity with taluka and head quarter.
Two drown away yesterday in flooding. Girana dam has witnessed
whopping increase in water levels and is now at 54% storage while
Waghur dam is overflowing with water for first time in its history.
Titur River flooding in Chalisgaon has lead to damages and losses
to Chalisgaon region. Girana, Waghur and Tapi Rivers are having
high water increase and administration has sent alert to those
living on banks of River. Raining continues in district in showery
medium form. Dongri and Panjhra Rivers are flooding while Aner,
Bori, Manyad and Tamaswadi dam are overflowing. Administration
has set up flooding control room with 24x7 support.
Monsoon raining pressure continues:
District continues to witness raining in showering and medium
form all around. Raining killed 3 in various incidences of flooding
in Kang River at Jamner. Manur Lake got breakage leading to heavy
losses to Bodwad taluka farmers. Waghur dam area is having good
raining and as a result it has turned full. This is likely to
cause flooding in Waghur River. Administration has sent alerts
to villagers living on banks of River.
Corporation administration has announced no water shortage to
Jalgaon city for upcoming 30 months following good stocking of
water in Waghur dam with its current alternate day supply system.
Rain pours in entire district:
Monsoon showered its best of raining to whole of Jalgaon district.
Raining begun in afternoon and continued until late night in showery
form. Jalgaon city, Chalisgaon, Bhusawal and many of areas have
reported good rainfall. Jalgaon's Sanjivani Waghur dam now has
15.64% water storage. Erandol taluka is on top in current raining
with 78.89mm raining by now while Bhusawal is on lowest with 33mm
rainfall. Various incidences due to raining led to killing and
death of 3. Authorities have opened up 10 gates of Hatnur dam
to control water pressure.
Monsoon showering continues in district:
Jalgaon district continue to witness showering rainfall on fourth
consecutive day yesterday. Monsoon stats until now have taken
Chopda on top of table with 683mm raining. Raining during evening
time slowed devotees rush for viewing Ganesha decorations in various
areas. Please refer our monsoon section for detailed stats thereof.
Kan River yesterday flooded in Sakri - Pimpalner zone following
good raining in its basin areas.
Lightning kills 2 in Khandesh, raining continues:
Most of Khandesh zone witnessed medium raining yesterday. Sudden
lightning killed two bothers on the spot at Vilhale (Bhusawal).
In another incidence a college going girl drown in Nala flooding
in Bhatpura of Shirpur taluka. Dam near Saygaon in Chalisgaon
has leaked and broken down and as a result 150 acres farm has
gone down in water.
Chalisgaon region also had good raining. Girana dam now has 31%
water storage. Jamner city witnessed good raining yesterday night
leading to flooding in Kang River. Ajanta caves zone still has
lower raining and as a result Jalgaon city's Sanjivani Waghur
River is yet to see any flooding. Waghur River basin near Pahur
and Neri villages is still dry.
Monsoon raining continues for third day:
Entire Jalgaon district continues to witness medium raining
on third consecutive day. Chalisgaon, Bhusawal, MuktaiNagar, Yaval
and Jamner taluka have reported medium raining. Dongri and Panjhra
rivers have seen rainwater flowing for first time in this season.
Raining continued for around an hour with medium to heavy raining
and lightning at some places.
Good Monsoon raining in whole region - snowing in Pachora:
Jalgaon district witnessed medium heavy raining yesterday evening.
Savkheda and Dambhurni (Pachora) witnessed snowing with lightning.
Bhusawal and Chalisgaon also had wonderful raining. Raining began
in evening and continued for an hour.
Monsoon 2008 review - 8 taluka witnessed low raining:
Jalgaon district's 8 of 15 taluka have received very low rainfall
this monsoon season. Every year trailing Pachora sub-division
is leading this season while Amalner sub-division is having low
raining with exclusion of Chopda. Hatnur dam has 72% water storage
and 6 of dam are still dry.
Bhusawal is on bottom with 21% raining, Jalgaon with 31.84%, Jamner
- 49.79%, Yaval - 32%, Raver - 33.13%, Muktainagar - 38.86%, Bodwad
- 36.12% and Chopda with 37.95%. Bhadgaon is on top of chart with
75.38% raining by now.
Monsoon showers continue - 232mm raining recorded by now:
Jalgaon district continue to witness medium to heavy raining since
2 days. There has been good raining yesterday evening throughout
district. Meteorological department has reported 233mm raining
until now in whole district. This raining has benefited grown
crops while made land fertile for upcoming Rubby.
Monsoon raining showers in whole region:
Entire Jalgaon district witnessed wonderful monsoon pouring on
Sunday evening that continued for around 2 hours. This has saved
standing crops desperately waiting for good rainfall arrival.
Sudden arrival of raining led to discrepancies in staff moving
home after completion of voting process. Lightning caused death
of a pair of bullocks in Lohtara in Pachora taluka.
Raining in Raver taluka:
Raver taluka yesterday afternoon witnessed good raining. Region
has medium showery to heavy raining continued since last two days.
This has spread joy amongst farmers. Meteorological department
has recorded 50mm raining in Raver since yesterday morning. Taluka
has received 214mm raining until now.
Pahur (Jamner) also had medium raining yesterday while Chalisgaon
city had raining for around one hour.
Raining in whole district - flooding in Raver:
Jalgaon city along with Bhusawal, Yaval, Raver, MuktaiNagar, Amalner,
Chalisgaon taluka have reported good raining throughout the day
yesterday. Showery to medium raining arrival after 10 days gap
has escaped standing crop. District yet waits pouring.
Rain pours in whole district:
Jalgaon district witnessed pouring raining yesterday evening throughout.
Jalgaon city and Chalisgaon had rainfall on Sunday as well. Good
raining throughout district has eased farmer's woes and raised
new hopes of smoother upcoming year on drinking water issues.
Authorities have opened up 30 gates of Hatnur dam to control water
pressure. Good raining in nearby Nashik district is also leading
to significant increase in Girana dam water levels. Raining has
delayed most of trains from Mumbai and arriving from Howrah zone.
Rain showers bliss weekend:
Entire Jalgaon district witnessed medium showery raining whole
day yesterday. Climate remained cloudy throughout day and raining
intense in evening times.
District waits good raining - 6 dam turn zero:
Jalgaon district is yet to hear good monsoon bang. Some of regions
have witnessed medium to heavy raining while rest regions still
wait for pouring. Apart from Hatnur, other dams' still have very
low collection. Girana has mere 3% stock while 6 have turned zero,
Waghur has mere 10.91% and Hatnur has 48% storage. Authorities
have opened up 36 gates of Hatnur dam yesterday to maintain water
pressure observed due to good raining in Bhusawal division.
Monsoon raining averages shelves to half on 5-years comparison:
Jalgaon district has harsh Monsoon season this year. District's
raining statistics of last 5 years reveals almost 50% rainfall
this year by July-end. District has received average 2,934.20mm
raining by July end.
Jalgaon had 9074mm raining in 2003, 6179.30mm in 2004, 5089.10
in 2005, 7043mm in 2006 and 5203.60mm in 2007 averaging to 5,322mm
Monsoon continues to shower - Tapi river flooding:
Entire Jalgaon district continue to witness good monsoon rainfall
on fourth consecutive day. Chalisgaon, Bhusawal, Yaval and Raver regions
have witnessed pouring. Heavy raining in MadhyaPradesh has led to
opening up 4 more gates of Hatnur dam. This has led to flooding in
Tapi River. Many a dam have significant rise in water levels.
District farmers are witnessing shortage of DAP, potash and many other
fertilizers and pesticides. This shortage is mainly due to suddenly
raised demands following good raining.
Raining pleases district - Guli, Ratnavati flooding:
District witnessed rain pouring throughout day yesterday. Continued
raining in last 3 days has speeded up pending farming works. Meteorological
department has reported total raining of 556.3mm till now with Bhadgaon
on top with 271mm and Bhusawal on bottom with 73mm. Erandol went at
top while Yaval went at bottom in terms of maximum raining on Saturday.
Click here to for detailed monsoon 2008 information. Waghur dam has
received good inflow of water following raining in Ajanta zone and
Hatnur dam's four gates have been opened to maintain water pressure.
Raining marks presence for second consecutive day:
Whole Jalgaon district is witnessing showery medium raining throughout
day since last two days. Pachora, Amalner, Bhusawal, Yaval, Chopda
and Parola taluka have reported raining yesterday. Continued showering
has decreased humidity and eased climate. Ratnavati River having good
raining in backward areas witnessed its season's first flooding.
Showery raining throughout district:
Entire Jalgaon district witnessed medium showery raining yesterday
afternoon. Showering has raised farmers' hopes of good raining ahead.
Bhadgaon, Chalisgaon, Pachora and Jamner had good raining.
Lesser raining has led to stopping of further cultivation and farmers
are now looking for alternate means to save their cultivated crops.
District has received mere 14% raining to that of average 702.4mm
as of 24th July 2008.
Monsoon 2008 - 93.3mm raining yesterday in district:
Entire Jalgaon district witnessed good raining yesterday evening.
Meteorological department has reported total rainfall of 93.3mm throughout
district. This includes Jamner, Pachora and Bhadgaon on top with 14mm
rainfall each. Please refer our Monsoon 2008 section for detailed
District records 11mm raining on Saturday, counts to 7.6mm average
Monsoon arrival pleases region - 218mm rainfall recorded:
Jalgaon city and rest of district witnessed medium showering rain
yesterday totaling to 218mm. This includes Erandol on top with 42mm,
Bhadgaon - 30mm, Pachora - 28.3mm, Dharangaon - 17mm, Parola - 16.6mm,
Jalgaon - 16.1mm, Chopda - 4.5mm and Chalisgaon - 4mm.
Monsoon pours in whole district:
Entire Jalgaon district witnessed wonderful raining last night. Jalgaon
city, Bhusawal, Amalner, Chopda and Parola had medium to heavy raining
reported through late nights yesterday. District administration has
confirmed to life losses and causalities due to this raining. Farmers
have expressed satisfaction on good raining arrival ending their woes
on cultivation. Bhadgaon had maximum rain yesterday scaling to 11mm.
District has received total of 5.1% raining by now as compared to
last year's 11.56mm by this time. Bhusawal city had raining for around
1 hour in afternoon while faizpur had showers since morning.
Monsoon delay troubles farmers in region:
District farmers are facing harsh time on sudden change of good monsoon
raining arrival. Region has around 90% cultivation done for the season
but has no rainfall since last 10 days. Many a region farmers are
still waiting for good raining to begin cultivation. Standing pre-monsoon
crop is also facing fungal infections.
Bhadgaon taluka witnessed raining for around 1 hour yesterday evening.
Raining began around 4.30PM in afternoon in medium to showery form
all around the region.
As a result of this mixed status and no clear vindication, farmers
are likely to change cultivation policy especially in terms of selection
Monsoon raining arrives in full pace in whole region:
Jalgaon district is witnessed good arrival of monsoon raining. Whole
region had medium to heavy raining yesterday. Lightning killed one
more yesterday at Chabutre (Parola) taking death count to 6. District
has 42.4mm raining (9.3%) as of now. Click here to view detailed statistics.
Raining continues to ease weather:
Entire region continues to witness shower to medium rainfall throughout
district. This has led to significant lowering of temperature. Meteorological
department statistics have revealed maximum raining of 10mm in Dharangaon
yesterday. Until now district has a total rainfall of 2.28% to its
average raining. Other taluka rainfall as under:
Pachora - 8mm, Erandol - 4mm, Chopda - 3mm, Bhadgaon - 2mm and Jalgaon
Pre-monsoon raining continues - 5 more killed in lightning:
Entire Jalgaon district continues to witness pre-monsoon rainfall.
Raining along with lightning took 5 lives and 4 animals and injured
5. Raining began in afternoon at 3:15PM and continued for around one
hour. Lightning killings include one from Kasoda, Bambhori and two
from Pimpri (Dharangaon). High wind flow also took off many trees
thereby destructing routine road traffic.
Pre-monsoon raining in district - one killed in lightning:
Whole Jalgaon district witnessed arrival of pre-monsoon raining yesterday
evening. Raining continued for around half an hour. Raining began
after huge lightning noise in many a region. Lightning killings has
opened account with one killed in Vardi (Chopda). Last year district
had 37 deaths due to lightning. Administration has announced installation
of lightning arrestor kits at every Panchayat level to control these
deaths. This order is yet to be implemented.
Mruga Nakshatra raining arrives in whole region:
Entire Jalgaon district witnessed Mruga Nakshatra monsoon raining
yesterday evening for more than half an hour. Raining began with high
wind flow and continued in full pace. Jalgaon City and surrounding
region had cloudy atmosphere since morning and this rainfall has significantly
Raining in Bhusawal, Raver and Yaval:
Jalgaon district's Bhusawal, Raver and Yaval taluka witnessed sudden
raining on Saturday evening. Raining eased humidity in climate and
continued for around 15-20 minutes.
Raver taluka had medium heavy raining beginning around 4PM and continued
for 20 minutes. Taluka's Karjod, Ahirwadi, Kerhale, Pimpri, Mohgan,
Padle and Khanapur witnessed rainfall for around one hour.