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12 days left for monsoon season to end, country’s quota still 8% incomplete
The effect of the deep depression formed in the Bay of Bengal is now ending. Due to this, less rainfall is expected in most parts of the country for the next 6 to 7 days. However, due to heavy rains in Gujarat in the last 24 hours, low lying areas of Vadodara, Bharuch, Narmada, Dahod, Anand and Gandhinagar districts have been submerged.
10 teams of NDRF and SDRF have so far rescued 12 thousand people from here. Due to the release of water from Sardar Sarovar Dam, the low-lying areas of Bharuch have been submerged in water up to 20 to 40 feet. Maximum 6 thousand people were saved from here. Even in Ankleshwar, Narmada is flowing 10 feet above the Golden Bridge.
Alert here today: Heavy rain may occur in Rajasthan, Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Meghalaya, Gujarat, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura on Tuesday.
Day temperature also made record
On Sunday, the day temperature was recorded at 22.6 degrees. There has not been such a low level of maximum temperature in September in the last 23 years. In past years, the maximum temperature in September has gone up to 23 degrees.
21 percent less rain so far in North and North East
There are 12 days left for the monsoon season to end and the country’s rainfall quota is still 8% short. There was supposed to be 806.8 mm rainfall, but only 741.4 mm rain fell. 21% rain is still required in the north-northeastern part.
Narmada devastation in Omkareshwar, damage to houses and shops
The swollen Narmada caused havoc in Omkareshwar due to opening of gates of Omkareshwar Dam after heavy rains. When the water receded, it reached 50 meters from the shore. Around 150 shops, 100 houses and 50 hotels suffered huge losses.
There is no possibility of continuous rain in the departing monsoon.
The monsoon, which has rained 12.5 inches in 31 hours, will return in the first seven days of October. The situation is not likely to be the same as the continuous rain that occurred last Friday-Saturday. A system will be active in Eastern Madhya Pradesh from Tuesday but its impact will be minimal here. A total of 44.8 inches of water has rained in the city so far. This is 7.8 inches more than average rainfall.