According to the data of the National Climate and Drought Crisis Management Center of the National Meteorological Organization, last year after the end of the fourth week of autumn, i.e. at this time, not a single drop of rain had fallen in about 12 provinces of the country, and the average rainfall of about 10 provinces was less than 1 mm. Was.
This is despite the fact that this year until this time of the crop year (the end of the fourth week of autumn), the rainfall of only one southern province has been zero, and autumn rains have started in 30 provinces.
The data of the National Climate and Drought Crisis Management Center of the National Meteorological Organization show that Gilan is the rainiest province of the country with an average of 108 mm of rain.
After Gilan, the most rains fell in the provinces of Mazandaran with 96, Golestan with 59 and Ardabil with 39 mm respectively.
Although, according to the expectations, the rains of the crop year started earlier and their amount has been more than normal so far, but the accumulated low rainfall and consecutive droughts of the past cannot be compensated by a year of normal rainfall.
Still, a large part of the country is affected to different degrees Drought which increases the necessity of water resource management.