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Rain: Even the knowledgeable about the weather patterns are surprised, what is the secret of maximum rain in 24 hours

Weather News:  Rains have created havoc in some parts of the country. In the month of June everyone saw how rains wreaked havoc in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Not only this, the monsoon, which usually hits late in the capital Delhi, drenched the capital. Apart from this, it is raining heavily in the southern states as well. If we talk about Mulug in Telangana, then 649 mm of rain has been recorded here in 24 hours. Last week, the way Delhi received 100 mm of rain in 24 hours, the previous record was broken. Scientists are also surprised to see the mood of the weather.

disaster in Telangana

Telangana’s Mulug recorded 749 mm of rain in 24 hours,
death toll 23;
14 deaths in Mulug alone,
according to IMD. Earlier, Girsomnath recorded 540 mm of rain and Matha in Maharashtra recorded 400 mm of rain in a single day. Was.

light to very heavy rain

  • Light if there is less than 15 mm of rain
  • Moderate if between 15 and 64.5 mm
  • Heavy if between 64.5 to 115.5 mm
  • 115.5 to 204.4 mm is classified as very heavy.

record the rain like this

Rain is recorded through a rain gauge or the actual data is sent wirelessly over a telemetry network. In terms of technology, it is considered better. When there is more than one rain gauge in an area, they are linked together. For this, the Meteorological Department uses an automatic rain gauge. To record the rain, an 8-inch rain gauge is used. 8 inch rain gauge is a round shaped funnel of 203 mm diameter. Through this, rain is recorded in a calibrated cylinder. Its capacity is to record 250 mm of rain.

Highest rainfall in Masinram, lowest in Jaisalmer

The highest rainfall in India occurs in Mosinram in Meghalaya, where about 11, 872 mm of rain has been recorded. On the other hand, Jaisalmer in Rajasthan receives the least rainfall. It has rained only up to 8.3 mm. Ruyli of Jaisalmel is the least rainy area.