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A study of rainfall distribution along the 30 km wide Palghat Gap (Lat. 10046') at about 97 m above mean sea level between Nilgiris (1 to 1.5km) shows the rainfall decrease gradually and continuously from the coast against the gap cross section. Along the sections north and south f the gap, the rainfall increases upto a certain height from the coast in the windward side and decreases gradually in the lee-side. It is seen that the percentage increase of rainfall at the mountain section withdoi:10.54302/mausam.v23i1.5125 fatcat:vkmyn5wi6fee7eerxrknmtrwzm