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LPA: 4% less than all India rainfall LPA till 15 September: IMD | India News – Times of India

New Delhi: Weekly Cumulative Monsoon Rainfall in Central and North West India were 150 per cent and 53 per cent higher than the Long Period Average (LPA), respectively, leading to a 4 per cent reduction in the all-India monsoon rainfall deficit by 15 September. LPA.
The all-India rainfall from June 1 to September 15 was 772.7 mm as against the normal estimate of 807.4 mm.
For East and Northeast India on the one hand and southern peninsula On the other hand, departures from LPA for the week were 27 and 26 per cent respectively.
In IMD Colloquially, rainfall’s LPA is based on data between 1961 and 2010. The overall rainfall conditions for the season, i.e. from June 1 to September 15, have shown that East and Northeast India and North-West India have each seen a deficit of 11 per cent. Central India An analysis of India Meteorological Department (IMD) data said that 3 per cent deficit was recorded from the LPA, while the southern peninsula received 12 per cent more rainfall than the LPA.
The forecast for the next two weeks from the IMD said that under the influence of a well-marked low pressure area and associated cyclonic circulation and an active Monsoon Trough, very widespread rainfall with heavy to very heavy falls is likely to occur over West Madhya Pradesh on Friday. Chances are. and isolated heavy falls from September 18-21.
There is a possibility of heavy rain at different places in Uttarakhand between September 19 and 22.
Gujarat will see an increase in intensity in widespread to widespread rainfall activity with isolated heavy to very heavy falls at isolated places from September 18 to 22.
Rain activity is also likely to increase in West Rajasthan, Saurashtra and Raw With the possibility of heavy downpour at isolated places from 18th to 20th September.
The rainfall activity is likely to increase with widespread to widespread rainfall over Odisha and West Bengal and heavy to very heavy rainfall over the above areas from September 18 to 20. Chattisgarh, East Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand between 20 and 22 September.
Light to moderate scattered/scattered rainfall activity is very likely over rest of the country for most days of the week.
In the second half of the week, the rain activity is expected to increase over Konkan region with heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places.
The IMD said that the Monsoon Trough is very likely to become active and remain near normal/southwest of its position for most days of the week between September 23 and 29.


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