The month of June ended with “excess” rainfall, the India Meteorological Division (IMD) stated on Tuesday, forecasting a good precipitation in July. In accordance with the IMD knowledge, the general rainfall in June was 118 per cent of the Lengthy Interval Common (LPA), which is taken into account “excess” rainfall.
It was additionally the wettest June in the final 12 years, the IMD stated.
The LPA rainfall of the season over the nation as a complete for the interval 1961-2010 is 88 centimetres. Rainfall in the vary of 90-96 per cent is taken into account “below normal”, and that in the vary of 96-104 per cent is taken into account “normal”. Precipitation in the vary of 104 -110 per cent of the LPA is taken into account “above normal”, whereas past 110 per cent is taken into account “excess” rainfall.
The June rainfall in the Central India subdivision of the IMD, which covers the areas of Goa, Konkan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, was 131 per cent of the LPA. Within the East and northeast subdivision, the rainfall was 116 per cent of the LPA. Assam has witnessed floods, whereas Bihar has additionally acquired extra rainfall. Nonetheless, the rainfall over this area will scale back over the following 5-10 days, IMD director basic Mrutunjay Mohapatra stated.
The Northwest India subdivision includes the north Indian states. The rainfall right here was 104 per cent of the LPA, whereas in the South Peninsula, it was 108 per cent of the LPA. The IMD has predicted 103 per cent rainfall of the LPA for July. “July is expected to have good rainfall,” Mohapatra stated. He added that there are two cyclonic circulations, one close to the Gujarat coast and different over east-central India, which can carry good rains over central and southern India over the following 5-10 days, Mohapatra added.