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Very informative Rohit...I see you have re appeared on Vagaries after a long absence....but with a bang...The Usual Rohit is Back !
Well done - best rain statistics.
What causes Rayalseema to become drier every passing year? Climate changes + failure of any systems to develop during break monsoon period near south bay + any lows are too far away in north bay + failure of NEM monsoons + near arid desert like conditions (no trees / lack of trees) + rain shadow region.Very interesting article please read:http://indpaedia.com/ind/index.php/Pattiseema_Lift_Irrigation_SchemePattiseema is the first project to be completed under revised national river interlinking project. Water is essence of life. On one side we have excess rains other side no water! Hope Modi government gives more importance to such projects.
August has disappointed Mumbai. Do we know how would September would be.
In August , it has rained more where it matters ..the lakes
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