Rajasthan gets 9 percent more rain than 2019 | Jaipur News


JAIPUR: Southwest monsoon, that was advised to withdraw from your country by September 17, will continue for one more week, a great news for Kharif farmers. Up to now the country has received nearly 9 percent more rain than a year ago. Having a couple more spells left, the country could better the average by a couple more points.
Until September13, the country had obtained an average rainfall of 430 mm, that is 9 percent higher in comparison to what it obtained in precisely the exact same interval in 2019.
“Though monsoon has pulled from a number of areas, it’s still on in certain parts of western and eastern Rajasthan. Its expansion to get a week in September 17 onwards could surely benefit farmers of Kharif crops,” said an officer using Jaipur Met office.
Jaisalmer has obtained strange rainfall this season in contrast to 2019. “One area has obtained strange rain, eight districts have received excess rain, 16 districts have received normal rainfall while eight districts have obtained deficit rain,” said an officer.
The districts that received shortage rain includes Kota. Although Kota has obtained greater rainfall in comparison to the average rainfall, it’s received less rain in contrast to 2019. “Kota generally records over 600 mm of rain on an average, but this year it’s up to now received a rain of 511. 36 mm. But with some more rain in the past spell, it may cover this shortage,” said an officer.
In its prediction Jaipur Met office stated that mild to moderate rain is very likely to happen at several areas in Sirohi, Dungarpur, Banswara, Pratapgarh, Chittorgarh, Udaipur and Nagaur areas of this country.


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