The rain has stopped for the last two days. But there are still two to three rounds of rain left, according to the weather department forecast. Returning seasonal winds and system found 8 to 10 inches of rain this season.
According to the meteorological department, the pattern of rainfall has changed over the last few years. So the monsoon will leave at the end of September. Saurashtra may receive monsoon rains returning from 15th September to 30th September.
However, this rainfall will be sporadic where the system will be, rather than simultaneous and universal. In the Bay of Bengal the system is formed in July and August. Rainfall is recorded. This year the system is already active in the Bay of Bengal.
There will still be a round of rain that will be of the system. It will fall with thunder. According to the meteorological department, 42.2 mm of rainfall was recorded in June, 461.1 mm in July and 447 mm in August this year.
While in 2019, 521 mm of rain was recorded in August and in 2018, 159 mm of rain was recorded. The total rainfall for the current season is 961 mm. Due to heavy rains for two days on Sunday-Monday, most of the reservoirs in Saurashtra have overflowed.