As rainstorm enters its last month in the current year, Punjab is setting out toward underneath typical precipitation with 68% locale of the state being under shortage downpour. Haryana, in the mean time, gives a vastly improved picture 63% regions in the state recording overflow downpour.
In Punjab and Haryana, June to September period is considered as the rainstorm time frame.
Around 490 mm and 440 mm downpour is viewed as the ordinary storm downpour in Punjab and Haryana, separately, during these four months.
According to information sourced from the Indian Meteorological Department, Chandigarh Office, Punjab has gotten 294.6 mm precipitation from June to August 31 (total downpour) against the necessary typical precipitation of 386.6 mm during this period, which is 92 mm (24 percent) beneath ordinary till date.
In August, when the state required 160 mm precipitation in this specific month alone, just 70 mm downpour was recorded which is 90 mm not exactly the necessary ordinary.
Precipitation was practically ordinary in initial two months — June and July — of the storms.
While July had deficiency downpour during initial three weeks, the last seven day stretch of the month has seen some substantial downpour that came about into in general ordinary combined downpour of the month. Yet, and still, at the end of the day it was not very much dispersed.
Specialists said that when there was absence of required downpour during certain long stretches of the blustery season then the cost for the ground water was very weighty, something that substantial showers later can’t compensate for. Punjab and Haryana are both the key rice producers and that negatively affects ground water.
Out of 176.4 mm downpour needed during July, Punjab this year recorded 174.7 mm. In June, it recorded 49.9 mm downpour against required 50.4 mm.
The 15 locale of the complete 23 of the state recorded shortage downpour, including Fazilka that finished off the rundown with 78% shortfall downpour till date as just 50.7 mm downpour was recorded here in this stormy season against the ordinary required 228.2 mm.
Mohali and Amritsar have gotten 50% and 45 percent of the necessary downpour till date, separately. Against required 462.4 mm, just 229.6 mm downpour occurred in Mohali and in Amritsar, against 426.5 mm, just 235.9mm downpour was recorded.
Sangrur got 48% less of the necessary Barnala and Mansa saw 44% and 43 percent not exactly ordinary downpour, separately. Pool Taran saw 38% less, Fatehgarh Sahib, Rupnagar and Hoshiarpur areas recorded 33% , 32% and 31 percent shortfall downpour, separately. Nawanshahr and Gurdaspur recorded 29% and 24 percent less downpour.
Aside from this Mukatsar, Ferozepur, Moga and Patiala additionally recorded less downpour than ordinary.
Kapurthala area of the state has shown the most noteworthy precipitation with 73% excess as the locale’s typical downpour ought to be 290.6 mm however it recorded 501.5 mm.
Faridkot additionally saw 20% excess downpour. Aside from this Ludhiana, Bathinda, and Pathnakot have shown 7%, 4 for each cet, and 3 percent and Jalandhar got only the necessary typical.
Adjoining Haryana has anyway recorded by and large overflow downpour where 8% above typical downpour required in the initial three months of this stormy season as the state’s ordinary precipitation is generally 360 mm from June to August, yet really the state had recorded 388.5 mm.
Chandigarh has recorded 39% deficiency downpour as it required 701.3 mm downpour against 427.7 mm really.
In Haryana, out of 22 locale 14 regions got excess downpour with Jhajjar besting the rundown by recording 76% excess downpour followed by Fatehabad (71% excess), Kaithal (62% excess), Sonepat (40% excess) Jind (30% excess), Gurgaon (23% excess), Panipat, Rewari (both 22% more) and Karnal (21% excess each), Hisar (19% more), Kurukshetra (15% more), Mahendergarh (11% more), Nuh and Sirsa (2% and 3 percent excess, individually).
Panchkula recorded most elevated deficiency downpour in Haryana with 52% shortfall followed by Ambala (39% less), Bhiwani (25% shortage), Faridabad (18% less), Yamunanagar (16% less), Rohtak (15% less) , Charkhi Dadri (14% less) and Palwal (8% deficiency).
In July Haryana got by and large 51% excess downpour
Punjab Agriculture Department Director SS Sidhu said that when downpour isn’t very much dispersed in paddy developing states then the groundwater double-dealing can’t be halted as water chugging paddy is filled in the state during the blustery season as it were.
Dr Prabhjyot Kaur Sidhu, the top of the Department for Climate Change and Agricultural Meteorology, Punjab Agriculture University (PAU), Ludhiana said that in Punjab paddy development on huge region is more to be faulted than downpour for the overexploitation of the ground water and governments should treat it in a serious way.