Rain Condition In India

Actual and Normal Rainfall of Different States in India – (1 June to 1 July)

Rain condition in India from 1 June to 1 July 2016

Rise in global warming has disgracefully lowered the amount of rainfall throughout India. As India is land of agriculture, almost all farmers are depended on rainfall to irrigate their crop lands. But with constant degrade in amount of rainfall India has witnessed drought several times.

Not only the amount of water for irrigation is lowered, the growing construction and industrialization in India has degraded the ground water level developing scarcity of drinking water. Such reports are being counted on from many years and this current year similar situation is expected.

Rainfall percentage recorded by Hydromet Division

With the arrival of monsoon there are certain expectation built up with rainfall. As per the predictions of several weather forecasting agencies, normal and above normal rainfall is expected this year. The percentage of rainfall in different states of India has been recorded by the Meteorological Department of India. The Hydromet Division, New Delhi had recorded the amount of rainfall in each state in the previous month. The below reported facts are according to the recorded report.

State Wise Reports of Rainfall with Its Percentage, Actual and Normal Rainfall

Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir, the crowning state of India had received moderate rainfall earlier this month. The highest precipitation measured within this month is 65.6mm whereas the normal rainfall measured in the state was 69.0mm. Rainfall is very likely to continue over some parts of the state.

Himachal Pradesh

Down to the heaven of India is Himachal Pradesh. This state had received normal precipitation ahead this month.The highest rainfall measurement in this state is 109.3mm whereas the normal range was 101.8mm. The northern states in India witness normal or scanty rainfall among which Himachal Pradesh is one.

Punjab

Punjab is famously known as the irrigational land of India experiences high rainfall though being in the Northern side of India.But earlier this month Punjab had received moderate ranging rainfall. As per the meteorological records from last month’s initial days,the highest rainfall in the state measured is 53.1mm whereas the normal rainfall measured was 49.9mm.

Chandigarh

The union territory Chandigarh that serves as the capital of 2 states, Punjab as well as Haryana has witnessed moderate ranging precipitation. The highest rainfall measured in the state is 137.1mm whereas the normal measured rainfall in the state was 126.8mm.

Haryana

Haryana had received deficient rainfall earlier this month. The measured highest rainfall in the state was 35.0mm whereas the normal rainfall measured in the state was 49.2mm.

Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand had received normal rainfall earlier this month. The measured highest rainfall in the state is 189.4mm as per the reports whereas the normal rainfall measured was 178.8mm.

Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh, this highly populated state had received very low rainfall earlier this month. The measured highest rainfall as per the records of the state is 73.5mm but the actual rainfall measured was 100.0mm.

Bihar

The deficiency of precipitation continues with the north-eastern state of India-Bihar. It had received very low ranging rainfall. As per the measured records earlier this month, Bihar had highest rainfall of 134.9mm whereas the normal rainfall recorded in the state was 180.6mm.

Madhya Pradesh

The centre state of India, Madhya Pradesh had received moderate rainfall earlier this month. As per the recorded measurement of rainfall in the state, the highest rainfall is 109.6mm whereas the normal rainfall measured in the state was 125.9mm.

Chhattisgarh

Chhattisgarh has received moderate rainfall earlier this month. The measured highest rainfall in the state is 180.1mm whereas the recorded normal rainfall in the state measures 193.5mm.

Jharkhand

Jharkhand had received deficient rainfall and this continues this month as per the records.The measured highest rainfall in the state is 123.3mm but the normal rainfall measured in the state was 206.7mm.

Telangana

The newly formed state Telangana had received heavy rainfall earlier this month. The measured highest rainfall in the state is 204.8mm but the normal rainfall in the state recorded was 142.0mm. Telangana is one of the highest rainfalls receiving state.

Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh had received excessive rainfall as per the records earlier this month.The highest rainfall measured earlier this month is 160.8mm but the normal rainfall received by the state was 92.3mm. Andhra Pradesh receives excessive rainfall this year.

Goa

The land of amusement Goa had received good precipitation this month. The highest rainfall measured in Goa earlier this month is 1230.5mm whereas the normal rainfall measured in the state was 952.6mm.

Kerala

Kerala, the well-known state for its natural climate had received moderate rainfall this month. The highest rainfall measured in this state is 606.8mm whereas the normal rainfall in this state measured was 649.8mm.

Sikkim

The small state nearer to the Himalayan range had received moderate rainfall this month. The measured highest rainfall in the state is 512.4mm whereas the normal rainfall was 494.0mm in this state.

Assam

Assam, one of the North-eastern states received deficient precipitation earlier this month. As per the records, the highest rainfall measured in the state this month is 319.3mm whereas the normal rainfall was 427.2mm in the state that states the ratio has decreased.

Meghalaya

Meghalaya had received scanty rainfall earlier this month. The recorded report defines;the highest rainfall measured in the state is 303.6mm whereas the normal rainfall measured was 816.2mm in previous days.

Tripura

Tripura had received deficient rainfall earlier this month. The highest precipitation measured in the state is 223.0mm whereas this state measures rainfall of 477.2mm.

Mizoram

Moderate rainfall was recorded in Mizoram earlier this month. 422.5mm is the highest rainfall measured this month whereas the normal rainfall measured was 450.9mm.

Nagaland

Nagaland had received moderate rainfall this month. The actual rainfall measured this month is 211.7mm whereas the normal rainfall measured this month was 357.1mm.

Manipur

Manipur, the extreme north-eastern state of the country had received very scanty of rainfall earlier this month. As per the records, the highest rainfall measured in the state is 114.0mm whereas the normal rainfall measured was 432.1mm.

Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh had received moderate rainfall earlier this month. The highest measured rainfall in the state is 455.0mm whereas the normal measured rainfall was 523.4mm.

Delhi

The heart of India or capital of India had received deficient rainfall. The highest rainfall it had received is 64.3mm whereas the normal rainfall was 64.6mm.

Rajasthan

The state of culture, Rajasthan had received moderate rainfall earlier this month. The highest rainfall measured in this state is 49.2mm whereas the normal rainfall was 47.6mm.

Gujurat

The rainfall recorded in Gujurat reported very scanty of rainfall in the state. The highest rainfall recorded in this state is 31.1mm whereas the normal rainfall recorded was 111.7mm. This state experienced scanty rainfall with the arrival of monsoon.

Maharashtra

As per the recorded report of rainfall in Maharashtra, it experienced moderate precipitation. The highest rainfall measured in this state is 208.8mm whereas the normal rainfall measured in the state was 215.2mm.

Tamil Nadu

The southern state in India, Tamil Nadu expectedly experiences plenty of rainfall. As per the recorded reports, Tamil Nadu had excessive rainfall earlier this month. The highest rainfall measured in this state was 67.0mm whereas the normal rainfall recorded was 44.9mm.

Karnataka

Karnataka had experienced moderate rainfall earlier this month as per the records. The highest rainfall in this state was 244.6mm whereas the normal measured rainfall was 207.0mm.

Odisha

The recorded report of rainfall in Odisha is comparatively very low. Odisha is well known as a farming state and farming is considered as the main occupation on this land. With deficiency in rainfall the lands are lying barren. The highest rainfall measured in Odisha is 175.5mm whereas the normal rainfall is 222.8mm.

West Bengal

The recorded reports define, West Bengal faced moderate rainfall. 285.4mm is the normal rainfall measured in the state whereas the actual rainfall recorded was 287.2mm.

Andaman and Nicobar Island

The South-eastern Island coming under Indian Territory had received moderate rainfall. The highest rainfall measured in the union territory is 433.5mm whereas the normal rainfall measured was 451.7mm.

Lakshadweep Island

Lakshadweep, the Indian Island in the Arabian Sea had received moderate rainfall earlier this month. As per the records the highest rainfall recorded in the Island is 321.6mm whereas the normal rainfall recorded on the Island was 330.2mm

The states having good records of rainfall from the beginning of this month would certainly have no issues but the top problems would be faced by the regions with deficient rainfall or scanty rainfall.There are many states who are receiving high rainfalls than the previous precipitation reports whereas some states have no changes with constant range of rainfall as per the previous recorded reports. While some states are witnessing deficiency in rainfall, as per the previous records of rainfall the range have decreased unexpectedly that would develop certain critical issues for the states.

Indian Government must fasten several projects for avoiding and eradicating such situations for bringing out the farmers from trauma.This would certainly influence the economical status of the country.

As the rainfall records are too low as per the requirements, situations of drought arises, the best way to store the minimal amount of rainfall is building dams and reservoirs to store the rain water that can be highly helpful for irrigation. All the above records were recorded earlier this month from 1st June to 1st July 2016. This report defines the highest rainfall recorded in the current month for every state and the reduction or increase in rainfall.

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