Bhopal: Pre monsoon has knocked in Madhya Pradesh. The temperature has decreased resulting from rain at many locations for the final two days. There was a rain of reduction in about 19 districts final Monday. However, in line with the Meteorological Division, heavy rain is anticipated in lots of cities even at the moment. The Meteorological Division has forecast that the monsoon might knock within the state within the subsequent two days.
Rain continues in Madhya Pradesh. Yesterday, water fell with sturdy winds in Ratlam, Chhindwara, Ujjain, Betul, and Gwalior together with the capital Bhopal. At many locations, electrical poles fell resulting from storm water. In keeping with the Meteorological Division, within the final two days, about 60 % of the state has been drenched in pre-monsoon showers. Resulting from heavy rains, the Sukta river at Jaswadi in Khandwa was flooded on Sunday. On the identical time, rain water was stuffed at many locations in lots of cities together with Gwalior, Chhidwara, Ujjain, Ratlam.
The identical pre-monsoon has change into lively in Chhattisgarh. A number of cities within the state obtained rain yesterday. The Meteorological Division has forecast that even at the moment there’s a chance of rain and thunder at completely different locations within the state. The impact of Dronika can be being seen within the state for the final two days. Pre-monsoon has change into absolutely lively in Madhya Pradesh. Resulting from which many districts have obtained rain with sturdy winds. With the intensification of rainfall exercise within the state, the Meteorological Division has predicted that the exercise of rainfall will improve on June 15 and 16, thereafter, the monsoon might knock. Good rainfall is anticipated within the months of June and July this yr.
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