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Only parts of Bay of bengal monsoon is active and only South India had huge excess rain, while Eastern India had just normal rain. Rainfall was deficit in Central and North western India. Western Rajasthan and Jammu kashmir had their 1st day of zero rainfall and if it continues for another 4 days then an important criterion for monsoon withdrawal. India as a whole got 4.0mm rain vs normal of 6.6mm which is a deficit of -39% and that takes the overall seasonal rainfall to 720mm vs normal of 756mm which is 95% of LPA. Central India is now at 92%, South India 96%, North western India 96% and Eastern India 100%.

Following are the top 5 wettest states in India.

1. Tamil nadu +397%
2. Andhra Pradesh +240%
3. Karnataka +153%
4. Arunachal Pradesh +81%
5. Kerala +80%

Following is the ranking of states on the deviation of the rainfall from the normal values from 1st June to 6th September.

1. Tamil nadu +46%
2. Gujarat +32%
3. Rest of North east +27%
4. Andhra Pradesh +24%
5. Rajasthan +22%
6. Jammu kashmir +13%
7. West bengal +4%
8. Goa +1%
9. Bihar 0%
10. Uttarakhand 0%
11. Jharkhand -3%
12. Arunachal pradesh -6%
13. Orissa -8%
14. Maharashtra -9%
15. Himachal Pradesh -10%
16. Telangana -10%
17. Chattisgarh -12%
18. Assam -12%
19. Punjab -14%
20. Karnataka -15%
21. Kerala -20%
22. Madhya Pradesh -25%
23. Haryana -26%
24. Uttar Pradesh -27%
Hyderabad remained dry in last 24 hours but Telangana got huge excess rain. The bay of bengal wing which revived in Telangana as per my forecast yesterday was super active today. Telangana on an average got 8.3mm rainfall vs normal of 5.3mm which is an excess of +62%. While the bay of bengal wing districts got lot of rain but Arabian sea wing districts remained totally dry. Hyderabad was very cloudy with no rain as only clouds reached Hyderabad but not moisture. Warangal district got +277% excess, Mahbubnagar +221%, Nalgonda +291% excess, Khammam district got +52% excess. The other districts were dry. Now the total seasonal rainfall stands at 565mm vs normal of 628mm which is a deficit of -10%.

Following is the percentage deviation from normal.

1. Hyderabad +9%
2. Khammam +9%
3. Warangal +6%
4. Nalgonda -7%
5. Medak -8%
6. Mahbubnagar -10%
7. Rangareddy -13%
8. Karimnagar -20%
9. Nizamabad -21%
10.Adilabad -26%