Raipur 2 August 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 583.8 mm has been recorded in the state. According to the rainfall recorded in various districts of the state from June 01 to August 2 today, Korba district has recorded the highest average rainfall of 895 mm and Balod district, the lowest at 419 mm.
A fresh low pressure area is very likely to form over north Andaman Sea & adjoining east central Bay of Bengal around 9 October 2020
It is very likely to move north-westwards towards north Andhra Pradesh and Odisha coasts with gradual intensification into a depression during subsequent 2-3 days
Isolated heavy rainfall very likely over Odisha during 04-06 October, Jharkhand on 04, 06 & 07, over Bihar on 06 & 07, Chhattisgarh from 04 to 07 October 2020
Raipur: The Chhattisgarh state has recorded an average rainfall of 517.3 mm so far
Raipur, India Sunday 26 July 2020: According to the information compiled by the State Level Flood Control Cell made by the Revenue and Disaster Management Department of the Government of Chhattisgarh, the state has received an average of 517.3 mm rainfall since June 1.
Ambikapur 09 June 2020 According to information received from the Land Records Office Ambikapur, Surguja district received 8.4 mm of average rainfall as on 9 June 2020.
Statistics of Tehsil War Rain in Ambikapur Surguja District
6.1 mm in Batauli Tehsil,
15.2 mm in Ambikapur Tehsil,
15.3 mm in Lundra tehsil,
4.4 mm in Lakhanpur Tehsil,
2.1 mm in Udaipur Tehsil,
10.4 mm in Mainpat Tehsil. And
5.0 mm in Sitapur Tehsil Rain is included.