Changed weather mood in MP: No rain till August 2 in Bhopal-Indore; Now monsoon kind in Gwalior-Chambal

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Changed weather mood in MP: No rain till August 2 in Bhopal-Indore; Now monsoon kind in Gwalior-Chambal
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It is raining in Gwalior-Chambal, Bundelkhand and Baghelkhand in Madhya Pradesh. The rain has a brake in Bhopal-Indore. The ravage of the Narmada River in Barwani was flooded all around the Rajghat area, which has broken its contact from other areas. The water level of the river reached 130.200 meters at 6 pm on Wednesday. There are 17 families in Rajghat. These people have demanded to provide boats from SDM Ghanshyam Dhangar. The body of Shyam Invati, who was flowing in the drain in Chindwara, was found after 18 hours. The rains were overflowed due to rain on Wednesday afternoon. 3 children and his elder father Shyam were swept away by water entering the slum near Srichand Public School. The children survived, but the body was found near Vivekananda Colony, about 4 km away from Tau. The clouds have now moved from Bhopal-Indore to Gwalior-Chambal, Bundelkhand and Ujjain. Due to this, Gwalior-Chambal has been raining well. From August 2, a new system is being built according to the Ban Rahmasam Department, a new system is being formed from August 2. This will again receive good rainfall across the state. Currently, due to the trough line Gwalior, Gwalior, Chambal, Bundelkhand and Baghelkhand are receiving good rains. Apart from this, the areas adjoining Maharashtra-Chhattisgarh are raining, but Indore, Bhopal, Narmadapuram and Jabalpur are not expected to rain till 2 August. Due to moisture, it may rain somewhere in between. However, there will be a rim across the state. By August 4, there are more rainfall in Gwalior, Chambal, Bundelkhand, Baghelkhand and Jabalpur. Thus, cyclonic activities are active over the South-East Bengal Bay. The monsoon trough is detailed from Ganganagar-Narnaul and Aligarh-Hardoi to Silchar-Empal via Daltanganj-Barhampur. At the same time, North Tamil Nadu also has other cyclonic activities. Also, there is a north-south trough from North Karnataka to Komrin Sagar. How many rains in which district of MP, the situation from June 1 till now (rain inch) copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd. The DNPA code of ethics.

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