The Kotapad block in Koraput has the highest rainfall of 122.0 mm

Bhubaneswar: The cumulative average amount of precipitation in the country from June 1 to July 10 comes to a deficit of 14.4 percent compared to long-term average precipitation, the SRC said on Wednesday.
The state recorded an average precipitation rate of 5.0 mm over the last 24 hours. Six districts received average rainfall of more than 10 mm. The districts are Nabarangpur – 18.9 mm, Khordha – 18.7 mm, Cuttack – 15.8 mm, Koraput – 15.1 mm, Kalahandi – 11.6 mm and Malkanagiri – 11.3 mm, according to SRC.
The districts where the average rainfall remained below 10 mm are Kendrapara – 9.0 mm, Jagatsinghpur – 8.4 mm, Eiffel – 5.8 mm, Bhadrak – 5.7 mm, Rayagada – 5.7 mm, Nayagar – 2, 9 mm, Kandhamal – 2.9 mm, Angul – 2.8 mm Balasore – 2.6 mm, Sambalpur – 2.3 mm, Dhenkanal – 2.0 mm, Subarnapur – 2.0 mm, Deogarh – 1.9 mm, Jharsuguda – 1.4 mm, Ganjam – 0.8 mm , Mayurbhanj – 0.6 mm, Puri – 0.5 mm, Balangir – 0.4 mm, Keonjhar – 0.2 mm and Sundargarh – 0.1 mm.
Similarly, four districts of Bargarh, Boudh, Gajapati and Nuapada did not receive precipitation in the last 24 hours. One block recorded precipitation of more than 100 mm, and three other blocks recorded precipitation between 50 mm and 100 mm.
The highest rainfall of 122.0 mm was received in the Kotapad district of Koraput, 62.0 mm in the Cuttack block, 60.4 mm in the Khordha district of Balipat and 54.4 mm in the Nawarangpur Nabarangpur block.
In the districts, 17 districts received normal rainfall (+ 19% to -19%), while 12 districts received a shortfall of precipitation (deficit from 19% to 39%) in the period from 1.6.2019. Until 10.07.2019. ). The average rainfall in the remaining Gajapati district remains heavy rainfall (deficit from 39% to 59%).
Rainfall data indicate that 31 blocks received excess rainfall of more than 19%, 138 blocks received normal rainfall (+ 19% to -19%), 78 blocks had a lack of precipitation (deficit from 19% to 39 %), 49 Blocks had heavy precipitation (deficit> 39% to 59%), and 18 blocks received scarce precipitation, or deficit by more than 59% in the period from 1.6.2019. Until 10.07.2019.

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