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Ranchi, Aug 30 : Monsoon has been active in the state for the last few months as a result of which out of 24 districts 10 have received surplus rainfall.
Among the districts from June 1 to August 29 Lohardaga has received a maximum rainfall of 1156 mm of rainfall which was 54 percent more than the average annual rainfall. In Ranchi the average annual rainfall was more than 11 percent as against an average annual rainfall of 830 mm the district has received 923 mm of rainfall.
As per the data provided by the MET department Dhanbad has received more than 18 percent of average rainfall, East Singhbhum 12 percent, Hazaribagh 12 percent, Jamtara 36 percent, Koderma 23 percent, Latehar 19 percent, Ramgarh 14 percent, Sahebganj 21 percent.
The department has predicted further light to medium range of rainfall in Bokaro, Gumla, Hazaribagh, Khunti and Ramgarh districts.
Apart from that the department has also issued yellow alert in East and West Singhbhum, Simdega, Saraikela, Palamu, Garhwa, Chatra, Koderma, Lathear and Lohardaga districts.