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This year monsoon is rough from Delhi. This is the reason that in the last four months, only one month has recorded more rain than normal. In the remaining three months, the people of Delhi have faced drought.

Meteorologists are responsible for this due to the frequent low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. Because of this, Central India is receiving more rain, while the states of North India are facing drought. Monsoon usually knocks in Delhi by 27-28 June. This time on June 30, it was knocked in Delhi.

Normally 74.1 mm of rain is recorded in June, but only 24.5 mm was recorded. In such a situation, about 67 percent less rain was recorded than normal. At the same time, 152.3 mm of rain was recorded from June 30 to July 1, which was the highest in a single day. Delhi’s drought ended in July. For the whole of July, 286.3 mm of rain was recorded, as against the normal record of 209.7 mm. In such a situation, 37 percent more rain was recorded this month.

At the same time, in August there was more game of hide and seek between the sun and the clouds. In such a situation, 41.6 mm of rain was recorded this month, whereas this month normally receives 233.1 mm of rain. In such a situation, a decrease of about 82 percent was registered. At the same time, about 10 mm of rain has been recorded in September so far. Generally 39.4 mm of rain is recorded this month. There is still a shortfall of about 75 per cent.

no sign of good rain
Meteorologists say that there is no sign of good rain in the coming days as well, which can make up for the shortfall of this month. Because of this, there is a possibility that the drought will also pass in September. Monsoon will also return this month.

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This year monsoon is rough from Delhi. This is the reason that in the last four months, only one month has recorded more rain than normal. In the remaining three months, the people of Delhi have faced drought.

Meteorologists are responsible for this due to the frequent low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. Because of this, Central India is receiving more rain, while the states of North India are facing drought. Monsoon usually knocks in Delhi by 27-28 June. This time on June 30, it was knocked in Delhi.

Normally 74.1 mm of rain is recorded in June, but only 24.5 mm was recorded. In such a situation, about 67 percent less rain was recorded than normal. At the same time, 152.3 mm of rain was recorded from June 30 to July 1, which was the highest in a single day. Delhi’s drought ended in July. For the whole of July, 286.3 mm of rain was recorded, as against the normal record of 209.7 mm. In such a situation, 37 percent more rain was recorded this month.

At the same time, in August there was more game of hide and seek between the sun and the clouds. In such a situation, 41.6 mm of rain was recorded this month, whereas this month normally receives 233.1 mm of rain. In such a situation, a decrease of about 82 percent was registered. At the same time, about 10 mm of rain has been recorded in September so far. Generally 39.4 mm of rain is recorded this month. There is still a shortfall of about 75 per cent.

no sign of good rain

Meteorologists say that there are no signs of good rain in the coming days as well, which can make up for the shortfall of this month. Because of this, there is a possibility that the drought will also pass in September. Monsoon will also return this month.

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