15 days rainfall forecast for all the cities and states of India

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monsoon for two weeks, the next 15 days can rain in many states

If the Meteorological Department believes that the monsoon activity will continue in the country for another two weeks. On the other hand, except for the eight states, the entire country has received normal rainfall in last three months. According to the Meteorological Department, from June 1 to September 1, only six percent fewer rain recorded than normal in the whole country. During this period, the department had expressed the general level of rainfall in the country at 721.1 mm, whereas in fact, 676.6 mm rainfall has so far. In addition to Haryana, Jharkhand, Lakshadweep and West Bengal, in the north-eastern states of Meghalaya, Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, there is very little rainfall in general, according to the department’s statistics.

The Meteorological Department said, in view of the current situation of southwest monsoon, it estimated to be active for about 15 days in September. It is estimated that the continuous rainy season continuing from normal to different states in this period.

 



 

The most rainy clouds in Kerala

According to the monthly report of southwest monsoon, from June 1 to September 1, Kerala received the highest rainfall of 2431 mm during the three-month period. This is 35 percent higher than normal level of 1804.6 mm. On the other hand, 12 percent in Odisha, 11 percent in Sikkim, 10 percent in Telangana, 8 percent in Jammu and Kashmir, 7 percent in Mizoram, 3 percent in Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh and 2 percent more in Karnataka.

Meghalaya has given the most clouds

Meghalaya and Manipur, which known for more rains, have recorded the least rainfall this year so far. Manipur has received 53 per cent normal and Meghalaya received 42 per cent less rainfall. While in Lakdeep, 43 percent from the normal, 35 percent in Arunachal Pradesh, 25 percent in Haryana, 23 percent in Jharkhand and Assam and 20 percent less in West Bengal.

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