Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh has seen a monsoon. About 25 regions have had sporadic rain since Wednesday night. By Thursday night, the predicted rain may be coming down faster. The MET department has issued a warning for heavy rain in five cities and torrential rain in 12 districts. Seven additional districts have been identified to be vulnerable to lightning from thunderstorms, in addition to all the districts in the four divisions and everything mentioned above.
More than 25 districts in the state, including Vidisha and Chhindwara, have experienced up to two inches of rain in the last 24 hours. On Wednesday, the day was sunny in the capital Bhopal as well. But rain didn’t start until after dark. As a result, the humidity issue grew a little. Few people visited the markets in the evening. The monsoon has started to move across the state as a result of the system that is being created from Rajasthan to Odisha via Madhya Pradesh. On June 30 and July 1, there is a good chance that heavy rain will fall over Madhya Pradesh’s central and northern divisions, including Bhopal, Ujjain, Gwalior, Sagar, and Rewa.
Red alert in the following districts:
In various Malwa Nimad districts, including Bhopal, Narmadapuram, Gwalior, and Chambal Divisions as well as other neighbouring districts, including Vidisha, Raisen, Shajapur, Dhar, Indore, Barwani, Sehore, and Sidhi, a yellow alert of rainfall has been issued. In addition to this, Sheopur, Morena, and Chhatarpur have reported lightning and torrential rain.
Orange alert in the following areas:
Rewa, Satna, Sidhi, Singrauli, Umaria, Anuppur, Shahdol, Dindori, Chhatarpur, Niwari, Chhindwara, and Balaghat districts are very likely to have heavy to very heavy rains. For these cities, the Met department has issued an orange alert. The first Orange alert of the year is being issued now. This indicates that residents of these areas do not take any form of risks and instead remain in their houses. Even if the stormy river drains have low water levels, stay clear from them.