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Monsoon is weak across the country except in South India and north east where its slightly active. Bay of bengal wing is showing some signs of revival whereas Arabian sea is still inactive. India as a whole got 3.5mm vs normal of 7.0mm which is a huge deficit of -50%. That takes the overall seasonal rainfall to 713mm vs normal of 742mm which is still 96% of LPA. Central India is now the lowest at 93% LPA, South India is at 94% LPA, North western India is at 97% and Eastern India at 100% LPA.

Following are the top 5 wettest places in India

1. Arunachal Pradesh +72%
2. Rest of North east +65%
3. Tamilnadu +15%
4. Andhra Pradesh +14%
5. Telangana -13%

Following is the ranking of states according to the deviation of rainfall from the normal

1. Tamilnadu +39%
2. Gujarat +34%
3. Rest of North east +28%
4. Rajasthan +25%
5. Andhra Pradesh +21%
6. Jammu kashmir +15%
7. West bengal +6%
8. Goa +2%
9. Bihar +1%
10. Uttarakhand +1%
11. Jharkhand -1%
12. Orissa -7%
13. Himachal Pradesh -8%
14. Arunachal Pradesh -8%
15. Maharastra -9%
16. Chattisgarh -11%
17. Telangana -11%
18. Assam -12%
19. Punjab -13%
20. Karnataka -17%
21. Kerala -20%
22. Madhya pradesh -24%
23. Haryana -25%
24. Uttar pradesh -27%
Hyderabad remained totally dry in the last 24 hours and none of the 6 observatories got any rainfall. The bay of bengal wing of Telangana was very active with Khammam district getting +112% excess, Warangal getting +88% excess and Nalgonda +69% excess. The other districts got deficit rain. Telangana on an average got 5.6mm vs normal of 6.1mm which is near normal. That takes the total seasonal rainfall to 552mm vs normal of 618mm which is a deficit of -11%.

Following is the break up of different districts from the normal.

1. Hyderabad +11%
2. Khammam +9%
3. Warangal +2%
4. Medak -7%
5. Nalgonda -11%
6. Rangareddy -14%
7. Mahbubnagar -14%
8. Karimnagar -20%
9. Nizamabad -20%
10. Adilabad -25%