new Delhi. The Indian Meteorological Division has predicted that there could also be heavy rains in Bihar and Northeast states within the subsequent two days. Meteorological Division scientist Naresh Kumar stated that there will likely be no heavy rain in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi NCR within the subsequent 5 days. He advised that there’s a chance of reasonable rainfall within the coming days in Central India.
88 p.c extra rain in Madhya Pradesh than regular within the month of June
Madhya Pradesh has acquired 88 p.c extra rainfall than regular because the onset of favorable monsoon this yr. The official of the Meteorological Middle, Bhopal, GD Mishra, advised on Sunday that the monsoon reached the state on June 14 and Agale remained lively for ten days.
He stated, “Earlier the monsoon reached Madhya Pradesh in late June and it took time to unfold within the state. However this time, besides Gwalior and Jabalpur districts, the state has acquired 88 p.c extra rainfall than regular between June 1 and June 27.
He stated that in this era the state acquired 186.four mm of rainfall towards the traditional rainfall of 99.1 mm, i.e. 88 p.c extra. Mishra stated that the state capital Bhopal has acquired 313 p.c extra 407.1 mm rainfall as in comparison with the common rainfall of 98.5 mm within the final 27 days.
Whereas, Gwalior acquired 34.three mm of rainfall which is 37 p.c lower than the traditional 54.four mm. Equally, Jabalpur acquired 90.5 mm of rain, which is 25 p.c lower than the traditional 120.7 mm rainfall. In accordance with the Meteorological Middle, there’s a chance of heavy rains with thunder and lightning at completely different locations within the state within the subsequent 24 hours.