Bumper rain in just 8 days of July, know what the figures of the Meteorological Department say -aabtak24


Heavy Rains In India: In the first eight days of July, most parts of the country have received substantial rainfall, which has compensated for the deficiency in rainfall across the country. The Meteorological Department gave this information through statistics. It has received 243.2 millimeters (mm) of rain since the onset of the monsoon, which is two per cent more than the normal rainfall of 239.1 mm.

There is a great difference in the amount of rainfall at different places in the country. According to the latest India Meteorological Department (IMD) data, the eastern and north-eastern parts of the country have received 17 per cent less rainfall (375.3 mm against the normal of 454 mm), while north India has received 59 per cent less (normal) rainfall. 199.7 mm) against the normal 125.5 mm of rainfall.

Rain conditions over central and south India

In Central India, 264.9 mm of rain has been recorded, four percent more than the normal 255.1 mm. A large number of farmers in the region depend on monsoon rains for agricultural work. Rainfall deficiency in South India has come down from 45 percent to 23 percent.

torrential rains in the last one week

The country had recorded 148.6 mm of rainfall till the end of June, which was 10 per cent less than normal but the situation has improved considerably with torrential rains in the last one week. The Meteorological Department had earlier predicted 94 to 106 per cent long-term rainfall in July. At the same time, less than normal rainfall is expected at many places in North-West, North-East and South-East India.

Rain creates new records

Since Saturday (July 8), continuous torrential rains in many parts of North India have created new records. Delhi received 153 mm of rain in the last 24 hours till 8.30 am on Saturday, which is the highest rainfall in a day since July 1982. Chandigarh and Ambala recorded 322.2 mm and 224.1 mm of rainfall respectively. ‘Heavy to very heavy rainfall’at many places in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Coastal Karnataka and Gujarat. has been registered.

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