How much it rained in Halanayakanahalli. Analysis from Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monotoring Centre (KSNDMC) data

Halanayanahalli- off Sarjapur road is like many other parts of the city depends on groundwater for water needs. Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Center (KSNDMC) has put up a weather station at the Halanayakanahalli Gram Panchayat Office. We obtained the rainfall data from KSNDMC and here are the results… 878.5 mm from April to October 2015.

Wonder, how much the total would be if November rainfall data is added.  

Month
Rainfall (mm)
Rainfall days
Highest rainfall event (mm)
April
111.5
12
28.5
May
73.5
10
20
June
120
18
44.5
July
55.5
12
29
August
186.5
15
45.5
September
171.5
12
61.5
October
160
7
81.5
Total
878.5
86
 
 
Read our full report here: KSNDMC and Halanayakanahalli rainfall data 

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