Wednesday, June 19, 2019

The remnants of Cyclone Vayu as a low pressure pounds Rajasthan with very heavy rainfall.


1 comment:

sset said...

I have been observing for recent last 5 years... Rajaisthan and Gujarat (many parts) becoming wetter every passing year. Extended SWM which refused to retire + powerful western disturbances keep giving rains to NW India. It is high time geography is amended RAJ/Kutch is no more desert region.
On other side south east India is becoming drought impacted every passing year + desertification already started in Anantapur Rayalseema Cudpah Chittor and many parts of northern and interior TN. Agriculture and farming is becoming a past dream poor farmers have abandoned food production.
What happen if rains (NEM) fails Tamil Nadu and south AP - will Chennai survive?

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