Monsoon active in MP / State; Bhopal Turbatar first morning and evening, warning of heavy rain in 16 districts


  • Heavy rain in Bhopal at 7-8 am, strong rain may begin in 24 hours 
  • On Monday, there was a spell of rain in most parts of the state, the sky was open.




Bhopal. Due to the active monsoon once again in Madhya Pradesh, another round of heavy rains may begin in the next 24 hours in different parts of the state. Here, Bhopal continues to have intermittent rains since Tuesday morning. A period of rain came in many areas of Bhopal at 7-8 am, after which it again turned bad at half past two in the evening and moved the capital, which reduced the humidity and made the weather happy again.





According to the local weather center, there is a possibility of good rains in the state from next 24 hours onwards. Monsoon is active in the state and it is raining somewhere. In the last twenty four hours, the system in the Arabian Sea in Madhya Pradesh Jhabua district bordering Gujarat has received heavy rainfall. 





Chance of heavy rains in 16 districts today 
even during the next 24 hours in Jhabua, Alirajpur, Bhind, Harda, Datia, Sheopur, Neemuch, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Hoshangabad, Anuppur, Chhindwara, Damoh, Shahdol, Seoni and Singrauli districts It is expected to rain. Thunderstorms may occur with light rain in other areas. The rain that started in Shivpuri last evening continued till last night. Due to this, people got relief from the heat and humidity that has been happening for the last two days. Apart from Shivpuri, rainfall is also reported in rural areas of the district.





Factors affecting weather of MP and Bhopal





  1. Orissa has become a depression (avadab) on the seashore of West Bengal, which is likely to deepen into deep avadab in the next 24 hours. During the next 24 hours, it is likely to cross Odisha West Bengal coast in the west-northwest direction.
  2. Another Dronika is moving from South Gujarat through North Maharashtra, South Chhattisgarh, South Orissa to the Bay of North West Bengal, which is located in the upper part of the air from 3.6 and up to 7.6 km, with altitude south direction. Is leaning towards 
  3. The monsoon Dronika is moving from Ganganagar, Hisar, Mainpuri, Mirzapur, Ranchi, Jamshedpur to the Bay of North West Bengal at an average sea level of 1.5 km.

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