24 Jun 2023

Madhya Pradesh Rain: Monsoon Enters MP Via Mandla, May Reach Bhopal In 2 Days

Bhopal: Monsoon has knocked in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon entered Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh. This monsoon has come from the Bay of Bengal. 

There is a cyclonic circulation in the Bay of Bengal, due to which it may rain across the state in the next 24 hours. This time the monsoon has arrived in Madhya Pradesh with a delay of 7 days. Last time the monsoon had knocked in Madhya Pradesh only on 16th June.

Meteorologist Ashfaq Hussain said that monsoon will reach Bhopal in the next two to three days. There is a possibility of formation of a low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. As it progresses, the monsoon will also advance with the same speed.

Heavy showers lash Khargone, Neemuch

Khargone and Neemuch also received heavy rains on Saturday. Khilchipur of Rajgarh received light rain in the afternoon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a program in Bhopal on June 27. He will also hold road shows. According to the Meteorological Department, rain is expected for the next four days. There may be light to heavy rains till June 28.

In the coming days, the weather system will give light to moderate rains in entire Madhya Pradesh. There may be heavy rain with thunder and lightning at some places. 

Waterfalls have started flowing in Malwa

After heavy rains in Malwa including Indore, waterfalls have started flowing for the first time in the season. Water is in spate in Patalpani late Friday evening.

In the last 24 hours, 10 cm of rain was recorded in Indore. Besides, 4.5 cm of rainfall occurred in Bhopal, 4.3 cm in Datia, 3.3 cm in Ujjain, 3.2 cm in Narmadapuram and 3.1 cm in Dhar.

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