In the last 24 hours, good Monsoon rain and thundershowers occurred over parts of Madhya Pradesh particularly the western parts including places like Bhopal, Indore and Guna. Raisen recorded very heavy rain to the tune of 116 mm, followed by Sagar 28 mm, Bhopal 18 mm, Ujjain 11 mm and Jabalpur 6 mm.
Now at present, a cyclonic circulation is seen over Madhya Pradesh. Therefore, we expect weather activities to increase over parts of southern and central Madhya Pradesh during the next 24 to 48 hours.
Thereafter, a low-pressure area which has developed over Bay of Bengal will gradually move westwards leading to increased rain intensity over Madhya Pradesh by July 2. During that time, eastern and southeastern districts of the state will witness heavy to very heavy rainfall activity.
By July 3, many parts of Madhya Pradesh barring a few northern parts will witness good rain and thundershower activities. Places like Mandla, Hoshangabad, Betul, Jabalpur, Seoni, Khandwa and Khargone may receive heavy rains during this period.
These weather activities will continue over most parts of Madhya Pradesh till July 4 with varied rains. Thus, we can say that July will commence on a rainy note for the state of Madhya Pradesh. In fact, due to such widespread rains, flash floods may also occur in parts.
Moreover, in the wake of rains, the rainfall deficiency of Madhya Pradesh which currently stands at 46%, might reduce to some level.
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