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Heavy Rain Alert: Top 5 Places Receive Significant Precipitation

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India is currently experiencing heavy rainfall in various regions, with several places receiving significant precipitation. Here’s a list of the top 5 places that have been affected by heavy rain:

PlaceRainfall (in cm)
Chemberi (Kerala)11 cm
Sankra (Rajasthan)10 cm
Bhaderwah (Jammu & Kashmir)9 cm
Uppar Dam (Tamil Nadu)8 cm
Dalhousi (Himachal Pradesh)8 cm

Chemberi, Kerala: 11cm

Kerala, often known as “God’s Own Country,” is no stranger to rainfall. Chemberi, a town in this beautiful coastal state, recently received a substantial 11cm of rain. The downpour not only quenches the region’s lush landscapes but also highlights the state’s continued engagement with monsoon rains.

2. Sankra, Rajasthan: 10cm

Rajasthan, a state known for its arid terrain and desert landscapes, has also experienced heavy rainfall. Sankra, located in the northwestern part of the state, has seen a considerable 10cm of rainfall. This is a significant shift in a region that often grapples with dry conditions.

3. Bhaderwah, Jammu & Kashmir: 9cm

In the northernmost reaches of India, in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir, Bhaderwah is experiencing heavy rainfall. This picturesque region is known for its lush green meadows, and the 9cm of rainfall adds to the area’s natural beauty.

4. Uppar Dam, Tamil Nadu: 8cm

Tamil Nadu, on the southern tip of the Indian subcontinent, is known for its diverse climatic regions. Uppar Dam, located in the state, has recently witnessed 8cm of rainfall. This precipitation contributes to the state’s rich reservoirs and water resources.

5. Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh: 8cm

Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh boasts some of the most stunning landscapes in India. Dalhousie, a hill station in the state, has seen 8cm of rainfall, adding to the region’s picturesque charm.

These regions have witnessed substantial rainfall, leading to wet conditions and potentially affecting local communities. It’s crucial for residents and travelers in these areas to stay informed about the weather conditions and take necessary precautions as advised by local authorities.

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