Slow Progress of Monsoon in Gujarat: Rainfall Update as of June 15, 2024

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Slow Progress of Monsoon in Gujarat: Rainfall Update as of June 15, 2024

| Updated: June 15, 2024 17:52

The annual monsoon, which typically arrives in Gujarat by June 15, has been moving at a slow pace this year. Despite its onset in Navsari, south Gujarat, on June 11, the monsoon has not advanced further north. However, some regions of the state have experienced pre-monsoon showers over the past week.

As of the morning of June 15, Gujarat has received only 0.99% of its average seasonal rainfall. Out of the 251 talukas in the state, 132 have yet to witness any rain during the 2024 monsoon season.

Here are the key rainfall statistics:

  • Average Statewide Rainfall: The total average rainfall for the state stands at 8.76 mm.
  • Districts with Highest Rainfall:
    • Chhota Udepur district leads with an average of 2.76% rainfall.
    • Babra taluka has received the highest average rainfall among all talukas, at 11.18%.
  • Regional Breakdown:
    • South Gujarat: 1.54%
    • East Central Gujarat: 1.20%
    • Saurashtra: 0.61%
    • North Gujarat: 0.41%
    • Kutch: 0.10%
  • Top Rainfall Districts:
    • Valsad district in South Gujarat has received the most rainfall so far, with an average of 41.8 mm.
    • Tapi follows closely with 34.3 mm of rain, and Navsari with 31.8 mm, both in the South Gujarat region.
  • Talukas Receiving Significant Rainfall:
    • Only 11 talukas have received between 50 and 125 mm of rain.
    • Kavant taluka in Chhota Udepur leads with 109 mm of rain.
    • Dolwan taluka in Tapi is second, with 90 mm of rain, followed by Valod with 82 mm.
  • Recent Rainfall:
    • Palitana taluka in Bhavnagar district reported the highest rainfall in the last 24 hours, receiving 30 mm of rain.
    • Overall, 25 out of 251 talukas in Gujarat received rain showers yesterday.

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