Over 300 mm of rain fell in 66 days of monsoon, 115 mm less than last year. 300 mm of rain fell in 66 days of monsoon, 115 mm less than last year.
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66 days have passed since monsoon started. Gwalior has received 300.1 mm of rain so far in these 66 days. The city has so far received 346.1 mm of rain. Gwalior has received 415.2 mm of rain till August 5 last year. With this, the rainfall has decreased by about 115 mm compared to last year.
However, a low pressure area is likely to develop over the Northwest Bay of Bengal on August 7. Due to this, the Gwalior-Sambal division will receive good rains from Sunday onwards. The mercury rose again on Friday due to rain and lack of sun.
Friday was cloudy but no rain. The maximum temperature was recorded 1.3 degrees higher than the previous day’s 34.7 degrees Celsius. It was 1.5 degrees above normal. The minimum temperature was recorded at 24.6 degrees Celsius with a dip of 1.3 degrees. It was 0.9 degrees below normal. Morning humidity was 91 percent. This was 10 percent more than usual.
A low pressure area has formed and there will be good rain from tomorrow
A cyclonic circulation is also active over central Karnataka and Jharkhand. Meanwhile, a cyclonic circulation is active over the West Central Bay of Bengal along the North Andhra Pradesh coast. A low pressure area is likely to form over Northwest Bay of Bengal on August 7. Due to this, the Gwalior-Sambal region is likely to receive good rain from Sunday.
-Ved Prakash Singh, Senior Meteorologist