3-Days Continuous Rain To Complete Deficit Rainfall Circle


Kolkata: The local Met office Kolkata said, shortfall of rain can be fulfiilled in July-August. Bengal witnessed scattered rain in last five-six days which will continue for next few days. But the deficiency likely to meet in July.

It’s not always true that monsoon will have continuos heavy rainfall. Monsoon carries a whimsical character where its a mixture of heavy and scarttered rainfall and humidity is one of it’s nature. But prime feature of monsoon is missing this year and sprinkle of rain is being the companion. Scorching heat amid rain and humidity is complementing each other. That id the scenario of June 11 to july 20. Though North Bengal witnessed heavy downpour still deficiency continues.

There is subtle change in the situation from July 21. South Bengal experiencing deranged rainfall and North Bengal from July 23. Coomon people are expecting normal rainfall after all this. Alipore Met official Ganesh Kimar Das said while talking on this, “Deficiency will be resolved in August.n But the exact time can not be figured out.”

Parallelly, he added, “there is 20% deficiency in rainfall which is not a big amount. It will take continuous 2-3 day heavy rain to change the situation.”

The office already forecasted the scattered rain in Bnegal. In this context Ganesh Das said, “Cyclonic circulation over Bay of Bengal has shifted. Monsoon axixline is prevailing on West Bengal. So rain will continue in Bengal.”

The monsoon axixline is prevailing from Bankura to Digha another one from Bankura to West Assam. Cyclonic circulation on Bangladesh causing rain in North and South Bengal. Rainfall will increase from Thursday afternoon which can complement the deficiency.