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Nearly 100% excess rain in Uttarakhand last week

Dehradun: After witnessing rain and thunderstorm activity in the past few days, dry weather prevailed across Uttarakhand on Wednesday with temperature levels going up again.
According to the regional meteorological center, the Himalayan state received 98% surplus rains during the last week with 31.9 mm of rainfall recorded against the normal of 16.1 mm between May 18 and May 25. All 13 districts of the hill state received more than normal rainfall with Haridwar district recording a maximum surplus of 403%, followed by Dehradun (255%), Tehri Garhwal (199%), and Bageshwar (174%).
"Uttarakhand received a good amount of rainfall in the past few days. Except for isolated places in the hilly districts, dry weather will prevail in the majority of places during the next four-five days," said Bikram Singh, director of the regional meteorological center.
Meanwhile, the temperature levels, which were settling way below the normal mark, started rising again on Wednesday. For instance, the maximum temperature in Dehradun was recorded at 33.2 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. Similarly, Pantnagar recorded a maximum temperature of 34 degrees Celsius. However, in the hills, the mercury is still hovering below normal level due to snowfall in the past 48 hours. In mukteshwar, the temperature surged a bit but it settled four notches below normal at 20.3 degrees Celsius.

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