Bhopal: Monsoon seems to be gaining momentum in Madhya Pradesh now. Rain continues in several cities, including capital Bhopal, yesterday too, parts of the state received heavy rainfall, while Bhopal also received more than an hour of rain. In such a situation, it is being said that the monsoon has now become fully active in the state. After the stormy entry, monsoon rains in Madhya Pradesh are expected to be hit for a 4-day break. Due to the cloud formation at the local level (CB cloud) on all four days, there may be rain in different cities after evening, but in Gwalior-Chambal, there is a possibility of rain only after 4 days. From June 27, the entire state, including Indore and Bhopal, is likely to receive four consecutive days of heavy rain.
The same Met department has predicted rain accompanied by thundershowers in Shahdol, Jabalpur, Narmadapuram, Indore, Ujjain, Sagar and Damoh, including capital Bhopal. Heavy rain warning has been issued in Chhindwara and Betul. At the same time, in Gwalior-Chambal, this time, there is a long wait for the monsoon. In Gwalior, Datia, Neemuch, Mandsaur and Jhabua, people are now waiting for the monsoon. According to the Met department, rain is expected in Gwalior-Chambal only after four days. At the same time, in the next few days, there is a possibility of heavy rain for 4 consecutive days in the entire state.
After the rains, the temperature of many parts has seen a fall, due to which the faces of the farmers are also blooming, it is being said that due to the availability of moisture from the Arabian Sea, the central part of Madhya Pradesh may get good rainfall, in addition to this, due to the availability of moisture from both Bengal and Arabian Sea, the rain is now becoming active in the districts adjoining Maharashtra. According to the Met department, the monsoon will become active across the state in the next few days, leading to heavy rainfall.