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Mapping my India: Rain defecit

By this time of the season in a normal monsoon year, about 700 of the 890 mm rainfall is already received.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:August 31, 2014 4:37 pm

The peak monsoon season is nearing an end, and several parts of the country have received very little rain this season, much below average.

Some the worst affected parts of India by deficiency of rainfall:

(Hover over the markers for the data)

India receives 890 mm of rainfall in the four-month monsoon season. This is the rainfall data of different parts of India:

Source: Indian Meteorological Department

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