13 September 2021 Chhattisgarh Gets 930.6 mm. Average Rainfall

So far in Chhattisgarh 930.6 mm. average rainfall recorded

Raipur, 13 September 2021: According to the information compiled by the State Level Control Room set up by the Revenue and Disaster Management Department of the State Government, since June 1, 2021, an average rainfall of 930.6 mm has been recorded in the state. According to the rainfall recorded in different districts of the state from June 01 to September 13, Sukma district has recorded the highest average rainfall of 1311.4 mm and Mahasamund district, the lowest average rainfall of 696.1 mm.
     According to the information received from the state level flood control room, since June 1, Surguja has 795.7 mm, Surajpur 1083.2 mm, Balrampur 912.2 mm, Jashpur 918.6 mm, Korea 880.4 mm, Raipur 771.2 mm, Balodabazar 859 mm, 851.2 mm in Gariaband, 805.6 mm in Dhamtari, 937.3 mm in Bilaspur, 907.6 mm in Mungeli, 807.6 mm in Raigarh, 938.7 mm in Janjgir Champa, 1266.9 mm in Korba, 1116.5 in Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi, 885.2 mm in Durg, Kabirdham 727.7 mm, Rajnandgaon 780.3 mm, Balod 729.9 mm, Bemetara 996.3 mm, Bastar 985.4 mm, Kondagaon 948 mm, Kanker 895.9 mm, Narayanpur 1072.7 mm, Dantewada 1070.9 mm and Bijapur 1104.4 mm average rainfall record done.

795.7 mm average rainfall in the Surguja district so far

Ambikapur 13 September 2021: The district has received an average rainfall of 795.7 mm till 13 September. According to the information received from the Land Records Office, the rainfall measurement started from June 1 has so far recorded 927.2 mm in Ambikapur tehsil, 589.9 mm in Darima tehsil, 645.9 mm in Lundra tehsil, 657.7 mm in Sitapur tehsil, 1224.5 mm in Lakhanpur tehsil, Udaipur tehsil has recorded 449.4 mm, Batauli tehsil 863.2 mm and Mainpat tehsil 998.4 mm. The district has received an average rainfall of 8.9 mm on September 13.