Monsoon covers entire state, rain alert for 11 districts

Bhopal: Over the course of seven days, the monsoon has progressed throughout all of Madhya Pradesh, including Gwalior, Bhind, and Morena. Rainfall occurred in over 15 districts, including Bhopal, Gwalior, Dhar, and Ujjain, leading to a decline in temperatures. Notably, in Dhar, there was merely a 1°C variation between daytime and nighttime temperatures.

In Bhopal skies remained cloudy on Friday and light showers and drizzle occurred.

The weather department has issued a rain alert for Saturday in 11 districts, including Bhopal and Gwalior. Additional districts such as Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, and Ujjain are expected to experience thunderstorms, lightning, and cloudy conditions.

Senior meteorologist Arun Sharma has indicated that the rainfall will persist in the upcoming days due to the influence of an active Western Disturbance, a trough line, and a cyclonic circulation system. These weather phenomena triggered the rainfall in the western regions of the state on Thursday, with similar conditions anticipated in the near future.

The impact of this weather system was evident in various districts, including Bhopal and Ujjain, which experienced rain in the last 2 days. Among the notable rainfall measurements were 4 cm in Khajuraho, over 2.5 cm in Dhar and Nowgaon, and 1.5 cm in Bhopal. Rainfall was also reported in Chhindwara, Jabalpur, Satna, Gwalior, Narmadapuram, Pachmarhi, Raisen, Ratlam, and Ujjain.

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