The good news for the farmers is the monsoon, the Meteorological Department has forecast average rainfall in India from June to September this year. The Meteorological Department has forecast normal rainfall this year. Today, the Ministry of Geology organized a press conference to inform this information. That is to say, the average rainfall from June to September is 80 mm.
This year, from 1971 to 2020, normal rainfall is forecast-
According to meteorologists, the Meteorological Department has made some changes in the method of measuring normal rainfall from this year. Earlier, normal rainfall was calculated on the basis of 50 years average rainfall from 1981 to 2010. However, this year normal rainfall from 1971 to 2020 will be calculated. According to the Meteorological Department, the average rainfall from June to September will now be considered as 868.6 mm, up from 880.6 mm previously. Expected 99% (+/- 5%) of rainfall this time compared to the new average
In general, 96% to 104% rainfall is said to be normal. At the same time, the IMDO gave good news through this press conference, the meteorological office predicted the end of the drought decade. In 2011-2020, the monsoon was in a resurgent state and by 2021-2030, the monsoon is likely to return to normal. This year, the Meteorological Department will release data in two phases, the first in mid-April and the second in early June or late May.
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