The seven day stretch of August 13 to 19 recorded 42% overabundance downpour contrasted with the extensive stretch normal (LPA) for the week, as indicated by India Meteorological Department information. This is the most noteworthy precipitation gotten in seven days during this rainstorm.
The normal precipitation recorded during the August 13 to multi week is 60.2mm, yet the nation recorded 85.7mm a week ago, with 93% abundance downpour over focal India; 56% overabundance downpour over south promontory; 12% abundance downpour over northwest India and 23% lack over east and upper east India. LPA is the normal rainstorm downpour recorded somewhere in the range of 1951 and 2000. “All the traditional storm segments were being met. A low weight zone had shaped over Bay of Bengal. The rainstorm trough line of low weight was south of its typical position Ganganagar to Bay of Bengal. There were clammy, solid southwesterly breezes blowing over the northwestern locale. Truth be told, inside seven days, we had two low weight frameworks, one on August 13 and another on August 19. Rainstorm conditions are dynamic currently,” said RK Jenamani, a senior researcher at national climate determining focus, IMD.