By admin       2017-10-06

Monsoon remaning weak in Uttarakhand, Meteorological Centre may declare its withdrawal anytime in the next few days. As per statistics, the rain so far this season is normal in the state. The volume has been measured from June 1 to September 30, said the Met officials.Meteorological Centre director Bikram Singh said on Thursday that Uttarakhand has received 1199 mm monsoon showers on the average against the normal figure of 1229 mm, showing two per cent deficient rains as compared to the normal between June 1 and September 30. While the departure -19 per to +19 per cent is normal the departure -20 per cent to -59 per cent is supposed to be deficient, he added.He said that Dehradun has received 1719 mm, showing deficit rain of five per cent as compared to the the normal monsoon rainfall 1802. Haridwar has received 927 mm as against the normal of 962 mm, showing four per cent deficient rains as compared to the normal. Udham Singh Nagar has received 947 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1120 mm, showing 15 per cent deficient rains as against the normal.Rudraprayag has received 1492 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1671 mm, showing 11 per cent deficit rains while Uttarkashi has received 952 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1149 mm, showing 17 per cent deficit rains as compared to the normal.Almora has received 998 mm rainfall as against the normal of 858 mm, showing 16 per cent an excess rains as against the normal while Champawat has received 1271 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1320 mm, showing four per cent deficit rains as compared to the normal.However, Tehri recorded a deficient rainfall as it has received 788 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1047 mm, showing 25 per cent deficient rains as compared the normal.Nainital recorded a deficient rainfall as it has received 1751 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1439mm, showing 22 per cent en excess rains as compared the normal. Pithoragarh has received 1488 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1688 mm, showing 12 per cent deficient rains as against the normal. Bageshwar has received 1129 mm rainfall as against the normal of 858 mm, showing 32 per cent an excess rains as against the normal.Pauri has received 898 mm rainfall as against the normal of 1214 mm, showing 26 per cent deficient rains as against the normal. Chamoli has received 1242 mm rainfall as against the normal of 859 mm, showing 45 per cent an excess rains as compared to the normal.While rainfall was scanty in seven out of the 13 districts of the state- Champawat, Dehradun Pauri, Tehri, Haridwar, Pithoragarh, Rudraprayag, Udham Singh Nagar and Uttarkashi it was normal in the rest.

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