Rains missing from scene in State

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Aug 2017 10:17:20


Staff Reporter,

Despite clouds, rains are missing in State capital and this factor is disappointing Bhopalites. It is not only Bhopal where rains are missing but many other places of State are having the same weather condition. Only fewer places have received rains in last twenty-four hours.

The major rainfall figures were recorded in Damoh, Orcha, Jabalpur, Pachmarhi (2 cm each) and Sidhi, Sagar, Khajuraho, Begumganj (1 cm each) respectively. Weather Department said, one upper air circulation exists over South East Jharkhand and it is strong enough. One more Upper Air Circulation is also over South East Uttar Pradesh.

So, monsoon current is also going to become active again and monsoon current is going to become strong once again. Moderate rains are likely in eastern Uttar Pradesh. Good rains are also likely in some parts of western Madhya Pradesh and southern Madhya Pradesh. This system will start to fade from August 9.

On Sunday, Weather Department said that heavy rains are likely in some parts of Sidhi, Singrauli, Shahdol, Umaria, Morena, Jabalpur, Raisen, Damoh, Katni, Betul and Hoshangabad districts.
Rains and light showers are also likely in maximum parts of Hoshangabad division (excluding Harda) and Jabalpur division (excluding Katni) and Raisen, Umaria and Damoh districts. Several places of Rewa division, Sagar division and Vidisha, Rajgarh, Katni and Harda districts will also get drenched with rains.

The rainfall activities are going to increase in western and southern Madhya Pradesh. So far, rains have disappointed people in State, mainly due to long dry spell. The breaks in rains have led to shortage in overall rainfall of State.
In comparison to last year’s rains, so far, State has received very less rainfall.
On an average, State has received at least 20 percent less rainfall. What is more shocking news is this that owing to El Nino factor, rains will fade after September 15. Hence, whatever rains are happening they could not be said satisfactory owing to less rainfall activities.