Rainfall of two hundred percent, more than the average, in February this year, a record of six years broken

Six years later, the rain created a new record. Nainital district received two hundred percent more rainfall than normal in February, while in the first week of March, rain has made a record. In February this year, Western disturbances were active eight times. Whereas Western disturbances are often active three to four times in February. The weather worsened due to the active western disturbances.

While in the mountainous areas, there was heavy snowfall, the plain areas experienced heavy rainfall. The average rainfall in February is 41 mm. In February 2014, 63.0 mm rainfall was recorded. Whereas in February 2019 it was 84.9-millimeter rainfall. In the first week of March, there should be 9.9 mm rain, but it has received 16.2 mm of rains so far.

Year – Rain (in mm)
2014 63.0
2015 35.5
2016 12.5
2017 15.0
2018 12.5
2019 84.9
Weather bulletin
In general, Western disruption is activated four times. In February this year, the western bust was active eight times. Due to the impact of western disturbance, rain and snowfall increased.
– Dr. RK Singh Meteorological Scientists, Pantnagar University

State Meteorological Center has forecasted partly cloudy weather and the weather in Uttarakhand is likely to remain dry. On Wednesday, the maximum temperature of Haldwani was 25.0 and the minimum temperature was 8.8 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperature was two degrees Celsius less than the average. Maximum temperature was 11.6 degrees Celsius in Mukteshwar and minimum temperature was 2.1 degree Celsius. Maximum temperature was five degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was two degrees Celsius below normal. Nainital’s maximum temperature was recorded at 14 and a minimum of 5 degree Celsius. Read more posts…

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