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1 inch of water dropped in 24 hours in Bhopal: Rimjhim also in Malwa-Nimar and Gwalior-Chambal; Rakshabandhan will receive heavy rain in MP

1 inch of water dropped in 24 hours in Bhopal: Rimjhim also in Malwa-Nimar and Gwalior-Chambal; Rakshabandhan will receive heavy rain in MP

The rain system is becoming active again in Madhya Pradesh. Most of the districts of the state have received more than normal rainfall. In Bhopal, during the last 24 hours, sometimes there was strong rains and sometimes it rained. When the rain trough line came down, it rained an inch of water in a day. Bairagarh recorded 3 mm rainfall. Visibility was also reduced to 3000 meters during the rains. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be a similar weather for the next two to three days. However, there may be heavy rains at some places.

The state will start a period of heavy rain from August 6. Many areas may receive heavy rainfall from August 8. Senior meteorologist Ved Prakash Singh said that there is a possibility of heavy rains in Bhopal on the day of Rakshabandhan i.e. August 11. So far, Madhya Pradesh has received about 7% more rainfall than normal. Generally, it was to be about 20 inches of rain till now, while this time it has been 21 inches. The temperature dropped by 4.8 degrees in the hour. According to the meteorologist, the monsoon trough line that rains has come down again. This moisture is also pulling. The day temperature was recorded at 31.8 degrees. It declined by 1.9 degrees. The night temperature was 24.9 degrees. During the rains, the wind blows at a speed of 16 km per hour in Bhopal. Baghelkhand is in crisis. It has received much less rainfall than normal. These mainly include Datia, Niwari, Tikamgarh, Chhatarpur, Damoh, Panna, Satna, Rewa, Sidhi, Singrauli, Katni, Umaria, Shahdol, Anuppur, Dindori, Umaria and Narsinghpur districts. Rain quota here was less than 21% to 47% than normal. If Malwa, Sehore, Dewas, Harda, Narmadapuram, Betul, Chhindwara, Seoni, Burhanpur, Khandwa and Dewas received more than 50% rainfall. Along with this, Indore has also received less than normal rainfall.

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Raining due to moisture

No system is directly active in Madhya Pradesh right now. It is raining due to moisture from both sides. Apart from this, Gwalior-Chambal is raining due to the monsoon trough going to Gwalior. Indore, Jhabua, Ratlam, Alirajpur and Neemuch are receiving light to moderate rains due to winds from Jabalpur, Shahdol and Pakistan due to low-pressure in Andhra Pradesh. Inch

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August 5th 2022, 2:17 am
Amitesh Kumar
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