Published: August 2, 2020 11:16:44 am
With 277.1 mm rainfall in July this 12 months, Chandigarh has obtained 6 mm much less rainfall from the traditional which is round 283.three mm. Meanwhile, as per the IMD (Indian Meteorological Department), mild rain and thundershowers will proceed within the coming week of August, and the rain will contact the traditional stage.
As per the info by IMD, Chandigarh, this 12 months July additionally has almost 44 mm much less rainfall than 2019, which was 321.four mm. The information reveals that in 2018, it was 263.three mm rainfall which was almost 9 mm lower than the traditional.
“Monsoon will continue till September. Though there has been less than normal rain in July, August will have quality rainfall,” stated Surender Paul, IMD Director, Chandigarh.
“In August, there will be light rain since the first week, but after the second week, there is good rainfall expected, which will be normal of August month, around 170 mm to 200 mm”, added Paul, Director IMD Chandigarh.
As per officers, rainfall in August is predicted to be briefly spells in and across the metropolis. A brief spell of rain was witnessed on Saturday morning. The remainder of the day was humid.
Meanwhile, on Saturday until 5.30 pm on, the meteorological division recorded 31.6 mm of rainfall was recorded in Chandigarh.
On Saturday, the humidity stage reached 89 per cent within the morning after which reached 60 per cent within the night.
In the approaching 5 days, the extent of humidity is predicted to rise with probably thundershowers.
The climate recorded on Saturday remained most 32 diploma Celsius and minimal 26.6 diploma Celsius.
As per the climate division, with showers and thunderstorms, the temperature is predicted to fluctuate between 2 diploma Celsius through the day and even at night time time.
The temperature will revolve round 34-36 diploma Celsius most, whereas the minimal temperature within the
metropolis will revolve round 22-28 diploma Celsius within the subsequent three days.
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