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Monsoon likely to be normal in second half of rainfall season: IMD

IndiaTimes Friday, 31 July 2020
Monsoon is likely to be normal in the second half of the four-month rainfall season, the India Meteorological Department said on Friday. ​​In its Long Range Forecast for the rainfall during second half (August-September) of the 2020 Southwest Monsoon, the IMD said August is likely to receive rainfall that is 97 per cent of the Long Period Average.
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