Entire Himachal remain wet during past 24 hours, Gohar had 200 mm rain

Jul 27, 2018 16:45 | Weather

Dharamshala (Arvind Sharma) 27/07/18

Whole of the hill state of Himachal is under the grip of the intense monsoon now . During the past 24 hours Gohar received the maximum of 207mm rain  followed by  Nainadevi-131, Solan-100, Ghumarwin-96, Kasauli-71Berthin-70, Renuka & Sundernagar-65, Rampur &

Jubbal-61 mm rain each.  Jhandutta &RLBBMB had  60  mm of rain each while Mandi got 57, Bhoranj-55, Baijnath-54, Pandoh & Kufri-52 each, Kumarsen & Bijahi 51each,

Aghar-49, Dharampur & Shimla-48 each, Bilaspur & Arki-47 each, Bharari-45, PaontaSahib- 43 each, Kotkhai, Banjar &

Sarkaghat -42 each, Mehre & Jhanjehli-41 each, Jubberhatti-40, Una-37, Rajgarh-35, Sarahan-34, Bangana(R )- 31, Dalhousie-29,

Bajaura & Bhuntar-27 each, Sujanpur Tihra-26, Nahan-21, Nadaun, Kheri & Palampur-20 each, Kandaghat-19, Jogindernagar-16,

Mashobra & chamba-15 each,Manali-12, Hamirpur, Kalpa & Keylong-9 mm of rain in each place .

The press release of the Meteorological department say that the  Monsoon is very  active over the state . Rainfall occurred at most places over the state during last 24 hours. Heavy to very heavy rainfall recorded in the districts of Bilaspur, Solan & Sirmaur and extremely heavy rainfall recorded in the district of Mandi. Minimum temperatures decreased by 1 to 2oC & Maximum temperatures decreased by 4 to 5 oC during last 24 hrs whereas Minimum temperatures were 1 to 2oC below normal and Maximum temperatures 3 to 4oC below normal

Today the Lowest temperature recorded at Keylong = 10.7C and yesterdays Highest temperature recorded at Chamba = 30.2°C.

Bulletine say that the axis of monsoon trough at mean sea level now passes through, Firozpur,Karnal centre of Low pressure area over the central part of West Uttar Pradesh & neighbourhood, Balia, Muzafferpur, Bankura, Diamond Harbour & thence southeastwards to northeast Bay of Bengal. The other branch of monsoon trough has become less marked. The yesterday cyclonic circulation over northern parts of Jammu & Kashmir & neighbourhood at 5.8km amsl has moved away northeastwards. A trough in mid & upper tropospheric westerlies

with its axis at 7.6 Km amsl now runs roughly along Long. 70oE to the north of Lat, 32oN.

The department warned that  Rain/ Thundershowers at many places of the state shall continue till 2 nd of August .