The Chhattisgarh

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Typically cloudy sky with the potential for gentle rain in Delhi immediately; Intense spells of rain anticipated throughout Odisha until Wednesday

Monsoon is prone to withdraw from elements of northwest India over the subsequent two days, leaving a rainfall deficit of 35 per cent in Delhi, based on India Meteorological Division (IMD) figures. From June 1 to September 18, the Safdarjung climate station, which gives consultant figures for town, has recorded 398.6 mm of rainfall towards a standard of 615.8 mm.

The southwest monsoon hit Delhi on June 30 this 12 months, near the ‘regular’ onset date of June 27. This 12 months, Delhi obtained its monsoonal rainfall in July, August and September. At Safdarjung, the month of June noticed a deficit of round 67 per cent in rainfall. July recorded an extra of round 37 per cent, whereas August left behind a big deficit of round 82 per cent. In September thus far, Safdarjung has recorded a rainfall deficit of 53 per cent.

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