23 Jun 2023

Rain In MP: Monsoon Reaches Chhattisgarh; May Enter Madhya Pradesh In 2 Days; Remnants Of Biparjoy To Continue Giving Rains Over MP

Bhopal: Monsoon may enter the Madhya Pradesh in the next two days. This time it will come first from the Bay of Bengal side.

Senior Meteorologist Pandey said, the Bay of Bengal branch of monsoon is still active. Monsoon reached Odisha and Chhattisgarh on Thursday. As the monsoon is moving ahead, it will enter Madhya Pradesh in the next 48 to 72 hours. 

It will come from the eastern part of the state. Monsoon will enter from Shahdol, Anuppur, Balaghat, Dindori, Umaria, Mandla and then move forward.

Biparjoy to keep giving rains over MP

According to the Skymet, the remnant of Biparjoy is present as a Low Pressure Area and has now been weakening, but very gradually. It is still making its presence felt with rains in some parts. At present, the system as a clearly marked circulation is over parts of Uttar Pradesh and adjoining Madhya Pradesh.

Moreover, the system is expected to keep giving rains more over Madhya Pradesh for another two to three days.

The system will shift from west to east, weakening but still visible in terms of weather activity. Ultimately, the system will merge with the low pressure coming up from the Bay of Bengal side.
Now, we can expect a week long activity over Madhya Pradesh as the other system will give rains over the state.

Biparjoy shifts to Rewa-Shahdol

Meanwhile, the storm 'Biparjoy', which caused heavy rains in Niwari-Tikamgarh, has now shifted to Rewa-Shahdol. Due to this, heavy rain is expected in 8 districts of Rewa and Shahdol division on Friday. 

Apart from Rewa, Shahdol, Satna, Sidhi, Singrauli, Umaria, Dindori and Anuppur may receive 7 CM or more of rain. There is a possibility of rain in Bhopal, Indore division as well.

195 mm rainfall in Niwari

Due to the storm, there was heavy rain in Niwari on Thursday. A total of 195 mm of rainfall occurred in 3 hours from 5.30 am to 8.30 am on Thursday morning. Meteorologists say that due to so much rain, the quota for July has been met. 

7.5 cm of rainfall occurred in Harda on Thursday itself. At the same time, 2.5 cm rainfall occurred in Balaghat. In the last 24 hours, more than 5 cm of rainfall occurred in Datia. Apart from this, about 4 cm of rain was received in Lavkush Nagar of Chhatarpur, 7.5 cm in Mhow of Indore, more than 2.5 cm in Amanganj of Panna. 1.5 cm rainfall occurred in Tikamgarh.

Intermittent light to moderate showers lashed the city on Friday. The sky was cloudy since morning and the rainfall started towards afternoon, providing relief from sultry, humid weather.  

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