Vid gets 57% excess rainfall in Sept

  • | Sunday | 1st October, 2023

Nagpur: Vidarbha received 57% more than normal rainfall in September after recording 244.5 millimetre (mm) rain. According to the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC), Nagpur, the normal rainfall for this period is 155.6mm, reports Manka Behl.While Washim district recorded normal rains, +19 to -19 % than the Long Period Average (LPA), Akola, Amravati, Bhandara, Gadchiroli and Wardha received excess rainfall (+20 to +59 % than the LPA). Apart from this, Chandrapur, Gondia, Nagpur and Yavatmal received large excess rains which refers to 60% more rainfall than the LPA.Met departments data showed that between June 1-September 30, Vidarbha received 920.9mm rainfall, which was 2% less than the normal rains. Nagpur recorded 18mm rainfall on Saturday between 8.30am and 5.30pm. We also published the following articles recentlySeptember rainfall exceeds normal, likely to end with over 30% surplusThe total rainfall for September in Goa has surpassed the normal mark, with a surplus of about 34%. The overall seasonal total has also crossed the normal value, with a modest surplus of 7.1%. A cyclonic circulation over north interior Karnataka and a similar system over north central Maharashtra are impacting the weather conditions in Goa. Additionally, a low pressure area is likely to form over the Bay of Bengal. After a weak start in June, the abundant rainfall in July helped sustain the seasonal total during a dry August.September rainfall exceeds normal, likely to end with over 30% surplusA week of moderate and heavy rainfall has brought the total rainfall for September in Panaji, Goa, above the normal mark. The total rainfall for the month reached 428.4mm, compared to the normal value of 318.5mm. This has left a surplus of about 34%. The wet phase is expected to continue for a few more days. Overall, the seasonal total has exceeded the normal value of 2,992.4mm to reach 3,205.2mm, with a surplus of 7.1%. The rainfall is being influenced by cyclonic circulations over different areas.Chennais Meenambakkam records highest June-September rainfallMeenambakkam in Chennai has recorded its highest rainfall since 1943, with 877.5mm of rain in the June-September season. Weather experts predict that the figure is likely to increase further as there are still five days left in the season. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast light to moderate rainfall with thunderstorms for the next two days. There are also warnings of heavy rainfall in isolated places in north Tamil Nadu districts. Blogger Pradeep John expects widespread and sustained rainfall in the coming days due to atmospheric circulations.

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