In Jhansi it only rained three times in 19 years. In Jhansi it only rained three times in 19 years.

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Jhansi. The less rain crisis is not of today, but there has been a similar situation here for the past 19 years. In Jhansi it has only rained above average three times so far. Here, too, the rain that rained eight years ago has not occurred in the last 19 years. So far, twenty days have passed in July and this time the clouds are leaving.
Drought conditions arise year after year in Jhansi and the neighboring districts. Average rainfall in the district all year round is 870.10 mm. If we look at the precipitation data for the past 19 years, then in just three years there has been more rain than average. That means, in the remaining years the people here were confronted with the problem of water scarcity. The harvest dried up because of the lack of rain. The farmers suffered heavy losses. Experts believe it is climate change. Man plays with nature. Trees are being felled indiscriminately, the population is increasing and the number of vehicles is also increasing. For all of these reasons, harmful gases in the environment are increasing. Because of this, it rains irregularly.
In those 19 years, eight years ago, in 2013/14, there was 1300.80 mm of rain per year. Rainfall was 178.28 mm in June, 328.78 mm in July and 482.30 mm in August, which is a record so far. Apart from that, precipitation fell 909.30 mm in 2011-12 and 1161.10 mm in 2003-04. This time it didn’t rain well even after twenty days in July. Because of this, the situation remains worrying.
Year of precipitation (mm)
2002-03 663.14
2004-05 553.28
2005-06 536.30
2006-07 336.09
2007-08 342.74
2008-09 858.34
2009-10 539.06
2010-11 558.51
2012-13,774.82
Less rain than average from 2014 to 2020
Climate change is the main reason for the decrease in rainfall. Pollution is increasing day by day due to the growing population, indiscriminate deforestation and the constant increase in vehicles. All of this leads to irregular rainfall. For this reason it will rain somewhere more in 24 hours and somewhere not at all. It is the responsibility of all of us to pay attention to this serious problem and act according to nature. Otherwise, this situation will lead to drought. – Dr. Mukesh Chand, meteorologist

Jhansi. The less rain crisis is not of today, but there has been a similar situation here for the past 19 years. In Jhansi it has only rained above average three times so far. Here, too, the rain that rained eight years ago has not occurred in the last 19 years. So far, twenty days have passed in July and this time the clouds are leaving.

Drought conditions arise year after year in Jhansi and the neighboring districts. Average rainfall in the district all year round is 870.10 mm. If we look at the precipitation data for the past 19 years, then in just three years there has been more rain than average. That means, in the remaining years the people here were confronted with the problem of water scarcity. The harvest dried up because of the lack of rain. The farmers suffered heavy losses. Experts believe it is climate change. Man plays with nature. Trees are being felled indiscriminately, the population is increasing and the number of vehicles is also increasing. For all of these reasons, harmful gases in the environment are increasing. Because of this, it rains irregularly.

In those 19 years, eight years ago, in 2013/14, there was 1300.80 mm of rain per year. Rainfall was 178.28 mm in June, 328.78 mm in July and 482.30 mm in August, which is a record so far. Apart from that, precipitation fell 909.30 mm in 2011-12 and 1161.10 mm in 2003-04. This time it didn’t rain well even after twenty days in July. Because of this, the situation remains worrying.

Year of precipitation (mm)

2002-03 663.14

2004-05 553.28

2005-06 536.30

2006-07 336.09

2007-08 342.74

2008-09 858.34

2009-10 539.06

2010-11 558.51

2012-13,774.82

Less rain than average from 2014 to 2020

Climate change is the main reason for the decrease in rainfall. Pollution is increasing day by day due to the growing population, indiscriminate deforestation and the constant increase in vehicles. All of this leads to irregular rainfall. For this reason it will rain somewhere more in 24 hours and somewhere not at all. It is the responsibility of all of us to pay attention to this serious problem and act according to nature. Otherwise, this situation will lead to drought. – Dr. Mukesh Chand, meteorologist

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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