Odisha recorded 24% rainfall deficit in June

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | July 02, 2024 IST

 Despite the Southwest Monsoon being active in Odisha, the state has recorded a 24 percent deficit in rainfall so far, according to Manorama Mohanty, Director of the Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar.

Bhubaneswar, July 2: Despite the Southwest Monsoon being active in Odisha, the state has recorded a 24 percent deficit in rainfall so far, according to Manorama Mohanty, Director of the Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar.


Speaking to the media, Mohanty reported that light to moderate rainfall had occurred in most parts of Interior Odisha and in many areas of Coastal Odisha. Very heavy rainfall was recorded in Koraput, while Cuttack and Sundargarh districts experienced heavy rainfall.


However, Odisha has received only 164 millimetres of rain compared to the expected 216.7 millimetres, resulting in a 24 percent deficit.


Mohanty noted that 13 districts have recorded normal rainfall. Malkangiri has experienced excess rain, and 15 districts are facing a deficit.


The weather department predicts that heavy rainfall will likely occur in the next 24 hours in Jharsuguda, Sundargarh, Rayagada, Deogarh, Sambalpur, and Bargarh. Additionally, light to moderate rain and thundershowers are expected in many areas across the state.

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