Rainfall in Madhya Pradesh: Monsoon has become active once again in Madhya Pradesh (MP Weather Update). Now on September 5, a low-pressure area is forming in the Bay of Bengal. Due to this, there will be good rain across the state, including Bhopal (Rainfall in Bhopal), from September 6. At the same time, after 6 September, there is little chance of rain in the drought-prone Jabalpur. Heavy rain may occur in Indore, Hoshangabad and Ujjain divisions in the next 24 hours.
Rainfall in Madhya Pradesh After 6 September
Monsoon rains had wreaked havoc in Madhya Pradesh in August. There was a flood in many areas of the state. After which, the weather that had stopped for a few days will now rain again. There is a possibility of rain in some areas in the next 24 hours. After this, there is not much rain in the state for three days. However, after September 6, it will rain again in the state. In fact, on September 5, a low-pressure area is being formed in the Bay of Bengal, due to which it will rain across the state, including Bhopal, from September 6. However, there is little chance of rain in Jabalpur right now.
Clouds rained in many areas, including Indore, during the last 24 hours.
Due to the muscular system formed in the Arabian Sea, Indore, Hoshangabad, and Ujjain received good rains. During the last 24 hours, it has rained 4.5 inches in Indore, 2 inches in Khandwa, Ratlam, Dhar, Khargone, Guna, Ujjain, Hoshangabad, Bhopal, Pachmarhi, Sheopurkalan, Gwalior, Betul, Rajgarh, Umaria and Malajkhand. There is a possibility of rain from 6 September from the new system formed in the Bay of Bengal.
Drought conditions in 15 districts due to less rain
Two days later, on September 7 and 8, there will be heavy rain in many areas of the state. The state has received a total of 720.8 mm of rain till 8.30 am on Wednesday. In 15 districts of the state, there is a situation of drought due to less rainfall. In which Indore and Ujjain are also included.