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The pan-India rainfall was normal at 99% of long period average in June-July 2021, slightly lower than the mid-point of the Indian Meteorological Department’s second stage long range forecast for the entire season (101%, up /down 4%), with sub-par rains in the month of July 2021.
However, the rainfall has been highly uneven so far.
More than 40% of sub-divisions have witnessed either deficient or large deficient rainfall in first half of monsoon season; nearly a quarter have reported large excess.
IMD expects H2 monsoon rainfall to be normal at 95-105% of LPA, with a ‘tendency to be in the positive side of normal’.
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