The rainfall activity in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar has now decreased. Since the Monsoon Trough line has shifted South, only scattered rains have been observed in the region in the last two days. The subdued rainfall activity has helped flood situation to get better in both the states, especially in Uttar Pradesh.
According to weathermen, no significant rains are to be seen in the region until July 21. Moreover, Nepal will also remain nearly dry with only isolated intermittent rains.
By July 22 the Monsoon Trough will shift towards the foothills and the intensity of rain is likely to once again increase in Bihar as well as the eastern parts of Nepal.
On July 23, many districts of North Uttar Pradesh particularly the foothills will start receiving moderate rains with few heavy spells. Good rains are anticipated in Uttar Pradesh around July 23 and the southern districts are also likely to witness good rains by July 24. Places like West and East Champaran, Muzaffarpur, Kishanganj, Madhubani, Supaul, Araria in Bihar and Lucknow, Bahraich, Gonda, Barabanki and Basti in Uttar Pradesh would get to see Monsoon rains between July 22 to July 26.
Good rains will continue over many parts of Uttar Pradesh until July 27. The eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh will record more rains in comparison to the western districts. These rains may once again create flood like situation in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. East Uttar Pradesh and Bihar at present are rain surplus of 12% and 8% respectively. And with the upcoming rains, these values might exceed the normal category.
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