India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that the departure of monsoon from Madhya Pradesh may take a little longer this time.
Bhopal: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Saturday that the monsoon is expected to depart from Madhya Pradesh in the second week of October, which is at least ten days ahead of the monsoon’s normal departure date. . This time the Southwest Monsoon arrived in Madhya Pradesh on June 10. This time it got a little longer, as it usually starts on the first day of June and ends on the last day of September.Also Read – Chinnor Rice GI Tag: Chinnor Rice of Balaghat got GI tag, CM Shivraj Singh expressed his gratitude to the Prime Minister
PK Saha, senior meteorologist at IMD, Bhopal office, said on Saturday, “Monsoon will start to subside in Madhya Pradesh from the second week of this month.” He said this time it got a little longer as it usually starts on the first day of June and ends on the last day of September. Also Read – Rain Wreck: Landslide in Shimla causes multi-storey building collapse; Watch Video
On the presently raining in some parts of Madhya Pradesh, Saha said that this has happened due to moisture in the atmosphere and some other local factors. Saha said that in the last 24 hours, Khandwa town in western Madhya Pradesh received the highest rainfall of 103 mm, while Pench area of Seoni district of east Madhya Pradesh received the highest rainfall of 6.5 mm. Also Read – Delhi Weather Forecast: There is a possibility of rain in Delhi for the next 2-3 days, monsoon retreat will be delayed
Thunderstorm likely to occur in these districts in next 24 hours
Meteorologist PK Saha said that in the last 24 hours, there was rain in Khandwa, Indore, Betul, Burhanpur, Ujjain, Dewas, Shajapur and Dhar districts of western Madhya Pradesh. In this way, apart from Seoni in East Madhya Pradesh, there was drizzle in Singrauli, Chhindwara, Panna and Sidhi districts. He said that there is a possibility of thunder and lightning in Barwani, Khargone, Khandwa, Burhanpur and Chhindwara districts in the next 24 hours.
slightly above average rain
Another senior IMD meteorologist GD Mishra said that Madhya Pradesh has received slightly above average rainfall in the state this monsoon. He said that from June 1 to Thursday morning, the state received 945.2 mm of rain as against the normal rainfall of 940.6 mm. He said that Sheopur district received 100 per cent excess rainfall, while Guna and Shivpuri districts received 84 and 62 per cent more rainfall than the average, respectively.
Rainfall was above normal in 11 districts, while less than normal in 9 districts
Mishra said that three districts of the northern part of the state received more rain during the monsoon. Especially the Gwalior and Chambal divisions were affected by the floods last month. The senior meteorologist said that overall 11 districts of Madhya Pradesh received above normal rainfall, while 9 districts received below normal rainfall.
15 percent less rain than normal in East Madhya Pradesh
Mishra said that Damoh district of Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh received 38 percent less rainfall than the average, which is the lowest in the state. It has received only 644.8 mm of rain so far against the average of 1046.3 mm. Mishra said that 31 districts including Bhopal, Indore, and Gwalior have received normal rains. East Madhya Pradesh has received 15 percent less rainfall than normal and 15 percent excess rainfall in the western part of the state.