Heavy rains likely in isolated parts of State
Heat and humidity embarrassed people in Bhopal throughout the day on Wednesday. But evening hours brought some relief to them as drizzling dissolved some coolness into the atmosphere. Meanwhile, many parts of State received light to moderate rainfall in last twenty four hours. Weather Department has forecasted heavy rainfall in some parts of Raisen, Sehore, Vidisha, Rajgarh, Dewas, Shajapur, Hoshangabad, Harda, Chindwada, Seoni, Mandla, Ashok Nagar, Guna districts. Rains along with lightening activities and gusty winds are likely in maximum places of Indore, Ujjain, Hoshangabad and Bhopal divisions. Rains are also likely in many places of Jabalpur, Sagar, Gwalior divisions and few places of Chambal, Shahdol, Rewa divisions.
In last twenty four hours, rains occurred in many places of Indore, Sagar, Ujjain and Jabalpur divisions and some places of Rewa, Bhopal, Gwalior, Shahdol divisions. Major rainfall figures were recorded in Tarana (16 cm), Harda (15 cm), Ujjain (11 cm), Malajkhand, Ichawar, Nepanagar (7 cm each), Manasa, Garot, Shajapur (6 cm each), Khandwa, Depalpur, Susner, Kurwai, Lateri, Pandhana, Ashok Nagar (5 cm each) and Ratlam, Datia, Agar, Naugaon, Umaria (4 cm each) respectively. Weather conditions are going to remain same for next couple of days. This means that state is expected to get bountiful rains during this period.
As rainfall activities have revived, Madhya Pradesh is witnessing pleasant weather conditions. Hilly areas and plains are wearing the green cover of grass 2. Though it is raining in bountiful manner in many parts of State but good rains are evading Bhopal. It was only twice when city received bountiful rains otherwise, it has to satiate with drizzling and light showers. On Wednesday, Bhopal received rainfall of 02.3 mm, Raisen (18mm), Hoshangabad (01.0 mm), Betul (06.0 mm), Guna (68 mm), Ujjain (10 mm) etc.