Cloudy weather prevails in State

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 30 Jun 2018 09:48:30



Staff Reporter

Cloudy weather prevails across Madhya Pradesh. Isolated places of State are getting drenched by rains. In the meantime, Weather Department has issued warning of heavy rains in some parts of Neemuch, Mandsaur, Ratlam, Agar, Shajapur, Rajgarh, Guna, Ashok Nagar districts respectively.
When people woke-up on Friday morning, light showers were lashing the city. Even during evening hours, light showers returned to drench the city. Unlike Bhopal, many other places of State were also battered by light showers.In last twenty four hours, rains occurred in maximum places of Bhopal, Indore and Ujjain districts respectively. Many places of Jabalpur, Sagar, Shahdol, Gwalior divisions were also battered by rains.

Major rainfall figures were recorded in Sehore (21 cm), Sarangpur (14 cm), Bhanpura (13 cm), Begumganj and Suwasara (10 cm each), Sailana (7 cm), Ratlam, Badnagar, Gotegaon, Baxuah, Jabra (6 cm each), Kurwai, Ichawar, Vidisha, Kachrod, Seoni (5 cm each), Nalkheda, Agar, Kaknar, Sheopur, Ashok Nagar (4 cm each) respectively. During day time or say from morning till evening on Friday, Bhopal recorded rainfall of 15mm, Damoh 1 mm, Sidhi 14 mm, Betul 10 mm, Neemuch 11 mm etc. As Sehore, Sarangpur, Burhanpur and Begumganj received good rains, hence their local water bodies such as nullahs and rivers were on flood. There was no end of joy to the people of these areas.
The local forecast for Bhopal says that city is going to witness cloudy weather and there is possibility of light rains in some parts of city.

Weather Department predicted rains and light showers in many parts of Sagar, Rewa, Gwalior, Chambal divisions. Some places of Bhopal, Ujjain, Indore, Jabalpur divisions and few places of Shahdol, Hoshangabad divisions are also likely to get rains. Those who were hoping that rainfall activities will get intensified in coming days are going to get disappointed little bit as Weather Department has forecasted that rainfall activities are going to decline in Madhya Pradesh on July 1 and July 2 respectively.