Raipur: Chhattisgarh has recorded a total 247.3mm average rainfall in the state between June 1 and June 24 (Wednesday morning).

According to the information provided by the state-level flood control room of revenue and calamity management department, Chhattisgarh state has recorded an average rainfall of 3.3 mm average rainfall.

As per the data provided by the revenue and calamity management department, Narayanpur district witnessed 10.9 mm maximum average rainfall while Dantewada and Kanker districts with 0 (zero) mm rainfall recoded minimum rainfall in the state.

Besides, an average rainfall with 8.7 mm in Koriya followed by Bijapur (8.6mm), Raipur (6.9 mm), Bilaspur (6.1mm), Gariaband (6.0mm), Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi (5.4mm), Sarguja (1.5mm), Surajpur (4.0mm), Mahasamund (0.9mm), Dhamtari (1.3mm), Mungeli (3.7mm), Raigarh (1.0mm), Janjgir-Champa (2.4mm), Korba (2.3mm), Durg (3.5mm), Kabidham (1.4mm), Rajnandgaon (2.2mm), Balod (1.4mm0, Kondagaon (2.8mm), Bastar (4.2 mm), and Sukma 3.9mm recorded in the state.